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An Cu Liath "Blackout" run

Worcester, MA, April 13, 2009

Thanks to National Grid for getting the power back on before the beer got warm!


An C Liath Irish Pub

AKA "The Grey Hound"
11 Kelley Square
Worcester, Massachusetts 01610

 

Click here for the 3 mile course map

 

 

Click here to ask a question you may or may not get an answer to

 

 

 

The Grey Hound Pub is the official running pub of Worcester. We have the runs that everybody wants.  Of course there is the Monday night run held at 6:30 pm every Monday year 'round. But wait, there's more.

 

Coming up May 2nd is the third annual Worcester Pub Run.  Run a race, drink beer. Not a new concept in road racing, many races have beer post race. The difference between this and most races is that you will be doing the running and drinking simultaneously.

 

Info:  Worcester Pub Run
Worcester, MA 3:00PM The Grey Hound Pub (An Cu Liath) Kelley Sq., 11 Kelley Square (A flat 1.9 mile urban course with 4 refreshment stops along the way.)
Contact: Kevin Hardiman (Worcester Pub Run), 113 Allen Road, Billerica, MA, USA, 01821 letsgetla@yahoo.com

Tuesday evening June 9th the first annual Grey Hound Pub Mr. Bean 3.4 mile Memorial Run will take place. Race director Amy Paquette and the North Medford Club promise a good race and a good time. If you know what I mean.

 

Info:  a1massagetherapy@yahoo.com

 

Finally, congrats to Thaddeus "Mr. Schneebly" Bell.  When Mr. Bell isn't busy creating musical fusion with the middle school 'utes of Holden, he's out there burning up the roads of Worcester County.  Other than the first 25 yards or so when Jack "legs of a polio victim" Goolsky mistakenly presumed he could hang with the big dogs, Thad smoked the field. Well done Mr. Bell.

 

 

Finally v2.0 Good luck to our many Monday Night Runners participating in the Boston Marathon Monday morning. We have more runners per ounces of beer poured running Boston than any pub in Worcester. The rest of us schlubs will be running Monday Night as usual. see you then!.

 

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3 mile results

 

PLACE TIME NAME HOME TOWN CLUB 
1 19:23 Thaddeus Bell Worcester
2 20:59 Ed Shindle Holden Genesis
3 22:27 Scott Stevens Holden CMS
4 22:28 Jack Goolsky Worcester CMS
5 22:29 Travis Thompson Worcester Nordica
6 23:34 Fran Maple West Boylston CMS
7 23:45 Tom Lynch Natick SSAC
8 23:59 Eddie Sanborn Worcester Genesis
9 24:50 Roger Steele Fiskdale CMS/WPI
10 25:17 Karen Berni Giarusso Worcester CMS
11 25:19 Francis Real Franklin CMS
12 25:52 Mike Keating Worcester CMS
13 26:47 Evelyn Dolan Fitchburg CMS
14 27:00  Brad Clark Worcester
15 30:00 Marta Carlson Paxton CMS
16 30:26 Cyndy Curley Sterling CMS 
17 35:35 Stu Thurston Boylston CMS
18 Glen Green Rutland
19 Sanjay Ram Worcester CMS
20 Zaida Ramirez Worcester
21 56:27 6 mi Amy Paquette Worcester CMS
22 56:27 6 mi Kevin Fallon West Boylston CMS
23 Mark Johnson & Pippi Paxton CMS




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