We are an athletics club based on Main Street, Rathfarnham village (beside Rathfarnham Credit Union) catering for athletes of all ages and abilities. Our athletes take part in a wide variety of events including cross country, track, road and mountain running.

We are all delighted that covid rules and restrictions have been removed. We no longer require adults to register for training sessions. Indoor training activities are permitted to take place.

As recommended by Sports Ireland we are maintaining overarching structures because Covid has not gone away. These include the use of COVID 19 Officers, recommending symptomatic individuals do not participate in or attend sporting activities and the ongoing promotion of good respiratory & hand hygiene along with the wearing a face coverings in relevant settings.

 

We are delighted to announce that having being closed during Covid:

UNFORTUNATELY MEMBERSHIP FOR JUVENILES (8-12 year olds) IS FULL AND CLOSED FROM THE END OF APRIL 2022! PLEASE CONTACT THE JUVENILE CO-ORDINATOR IN SEPTEMBER WHEN HOPEFULLY MORE JUVENILE PLACES BECOME AVAILABLE.

 


Registration

Click here to join Rathfarnham WSAF AC or learn how to pay your membership subscription online.

View details »

Fit 4 Life Membership

Sign up for the Rathfarnham Fit 4 Life 8 week programme here!

View details »

Reports

View all the Race Reports including archived reports.

View details »

5K Run

Check out the Rathfarnham 5 Run homepage to larn more about the race.

View website»

Contact

Contact a member of the Rathfarnham WSAF AC team.

View details »

Locate Us

Latest Reports

Article Image
Denis Daly 28-06-2022 21:51

Carla Sweeney’s victory in the 1500m was the big highlight for the club in the 2022 National Track and Field Championships held in Morton Stadium, Santry. A comfortable win in heat 1 put her through to the final where she ran her own gutsy race to win from the front to the enormous delight of the rest of the club ...

Read More

Article Image
Denis Daly 26-06-2022 15:25

A good Rathfarnham WSAF AC gang headed to Kilcock for the St.Cocas 5k on Friday evening June 24th. There were some great individual performances with a huge number of personal best times. This has to be a reflection on the recent restructuring of our coaching by head of coaching, Orla Murray, bringing ou ...

Read More

Article Image
Denis Daly 26-06-2022 15:06

Congratulations to Rathfarnham WSAF AC’s Kevin Donagher who won the Docklands 5k with a strong finish on Thursday 23rd of June in a time of 16:05. Aisling O’Connor ran yet another super PB of 10:35 to come in as second woman. Paul Fleming ran 16:56, Richard Pollitte 17:32 and Brian Furey 17:43. Well  ...

Read More

Article Image
Denis Daly 26-06-2022 15:03

Well done to all the Rathfarnham WSAF AC athletes who ran at the Graded Meeting No. 5 which was held at the Tallaght Athletic Stadium on 22nd June 2022. The highlight of the night was Laura McDonnell winning the 3,000m Dublin Championships race in 10.12.30. Caitriona Dowling set a new 800m PB of 2.18.82 when coming ...

Read More

Article Image
Denis Daly 26-06-2022 14:55

There were three Rathfarnham WSAF AC athletes in this year's Michael Manning Memorial Dunshaughlin 10km Road Race 2022 on Saturday June 18th Ciaran Aylward ran an excellent 34:35, Dermot Sheils a huge PB of 39:18 and Denis Daly 30:20. Many thanks for the support from President Jackie Sullivan!  ...

Read More

Denis Daly 26-06-2022 14:46

Well done to Rathfarnham WSAF AC's Laura McDonnell and Greg Byrne who had a very competitive finish to th e2022 BHAA OPW Trail Race in the Phoenix Park on Tuesday June 14th!

FULL RESULTS HERE

 ...

Read More

Article Image
Denis Daly 26-06-2022 14:40

Well done to Rathfarnham WSAF AC’s Brian Furey who was 3rd in the IMRA Devil’s Glen race on Wednesday June 8th.

FULL RESULTS HERE

 ...

Read More

Article Image
Denis Daly 26-06-2022 14:27

Well done to all the Rathfarnham WSAF AC athletes who competed in the National 5 mile Championships in the Phoenix Park, Dublin on Sunday June 12th. There were many great individual results and PB’s. The Men’s senior team were 6th overall, the M35 team were 5th, the M50 team was ...

Read More

Back to Top