As Ireland gets set to celebrate reaching one million parkruns this weekend, lets recap on the fastest times North and South last Saturday (March 31).

First timer Colm Rooney recorded the fastest time at recent Irish parkruns, with a quick 15:25 in Kilkenny. Earlier this year the Clonliffe Harriers runner ran a personal best 14:37 on the roads in Armagh.

Scottish runner Claire Moffett was a parkrun tourist this weekend and ran the quickest women’s time with a new best 18:07 in Comber, Northern Ireland.

The Falkirk Victoria Harrier was running in her 61st parkrun.

Peter Moffett was also at the Comber parkrun and posted 16:44 for the fifth fastest time across Ireland.

Also, a special mention must go to Monica Flanagan who became the first woman in Ireland to complete 250 parkruns running at the Malahide event.

Top 10 men

1) parkrun: Kilkenny
Colm Rooney, 15:25, Clonliffe Harriers
2) parkrun: Griffeen
Mark Ryan, 15:30, Rathfarnham WSAF
3) parkrun: Poolbeg
Michael Kiely, 16:20, Crusaders AC
4) parkrun: New Ross
Enda Cloake, 16:26, Menapians AC
5) parkrun: Comber
Peter Moffett, 16:44, Falkirk Victoria Harriers
6) parkrun: Killarney
Robert Frewen, 16:48, Raheny Shamrock
7) parkrun: Shanganagh
Peter Mathews, 16:49
8) parkrun: Waterworks
Dominic McAllister, 16:58
9) parkrun: Poolbeg
John Mulvihill, 17:04, Crusaders AC
10) parkrun: Stormont
Alex Matchett, 17:05

Top 10 women

1) parkrun: Comber
Claire Moffett, 18:07, Falkirk Victoria Harriers
2) parkrun: Marlay
Lynne Hennessy, 18:48, Rathfarnham WSAF
3) parkrun: Belfast Victoria
Jodi Smith, 19:10, North Down AC
4) parkrun: Ballincollig
Ailbhe McDaid, 19:22
5) parkrun: Ballincollig
Laura Lombard, 19:29
6) parkrun: Castlewellan
Sarah Graham, 19:30
7) parkrun: Knocknacarra
Irene Gorman, 19:32, Crusaders AC
8) parkrun: Citypark Craigavon
Emma Mulholland, 19:35, St Peters GAC
9) parkrun: Limavady
Siobhan Brown, 19:39, Tafelta AC
10) parkrun: Griffeen
Niamh Fitzgerald, 19:49, Lucan Harriers