Venue - Nenagh Olympic Indoor Complex
Munster Relay Success
The club hosted the Munster Indoor u9 to u19 Relay Championships and we had one of it’s most successful outings for some time. With a haul of five gold including two new Championships best performances, three silvers and a bronze as well as two fourth place finishes in finals. Our athletes did themselves proud!
Eleven boys and ten girls teams represented the club over the day which was a great turnout and a big improvement on recent years, which was great to see. It was especially pleasing to see our u9 teams competing so well as all of these athletes are new to the sport and we hope they have many years of enjoyment to come.
Our boys u12 and u14 teams both set new Munster Championship best times in their finals with two great runs while our boys u9, u11, and girls u19 also won gold. The girls u9 team won silver as did the boys u15 and girls u16, while our boys u13 team won bronze.
Medals are hard to come by in the Championships, so what was won was fully deserved and we congratulate our athletes on their efforts. We had many excellent team performances and some exceptional individual legs, in fact too many to mention so here are the results and finishing times of our 21 teams that were in action. They make interesting reading...
Hannah O Shaughnessy, Lydia Leamy, Niamh Boland and Clodagh Moylan 2nd 1.15.14.
Joe O Dwyer, Liam O Callaghan, Ronan Ryan, Dara O Dwyer, Conor Hodgins and Fionn Higgins 1st 1.11.03
Amy Mac Carthy, Christine Percy, Maud Dooley, Laura Nagle and Aiveen O Brien 6th 1.08.67
Ben Walsh, Sam Cusack, Matthew Sage, and Fionn Higgins 5th 1.08.02
Pheobe Sage, Hannah Grace, Christine Percy and Maud Dooley 9th 1.07.70
Zac Egan, Tom Walsh, Gavin Ryan, Jack O Callaghan and Cian Hodgins 1st 1.01.04
Filip Mc Intyre, Cian Hodgins, Ben Walsh and Sam Cusack 9th 1.06.24
Amy O Mahony, Jodie Grace, Emma Mulcahy and Ellen O Shaughnessy 4th 1.01.65
Alex Reynolds, James Sage, Tom Mc Cutheon and Oisin Pepper 1st 56.24 New Munster Record.
Colm Ryan, Aaron Ryan, Aidan O Dwyer and Daniel Fogerty 5th 1.00.33
Luke Purcell, Ben Connolly, Eoin Moloney and Jack O Callaghan 9th 1.03.22
Chloe Mac Carthy, Caitlin Mc Evoy, Ailbhe O Neill and Ellen O Shaughnessy 6th 1.00.83
Adam Brennan, Rory Grace, Oisin Pepper and Padraic Hassett 3rd 56.76
Patrick Fogerty, Jake Murphy, Goergie O Leary and Lewis Doyle 8th 1.03.50
Caitlin Mc Evoy, Lucy Mulcahy, Ailbhe O Neill and Jean Grace 6th 2.06.26
Ted Collins, Josh Egan, Darragh Murray and Jack Mc Evoy 1st 1.52.20 New Munster Record.
Hannah Finnerty, Megan Byrne, Ava Ryan and Caoilfhionn Maher 9th 2.07.29
Joseph Mc Evoy, Sean Carolan, Josh Egan and Darragh Murray 2nd 1.52.20
Sadbh O Mahony, Lauren Moylan, Olivia Moylan, Alannah Deering and Aoife Dunne 2nd 1.49,37
Fiona Molloy, Lauren Moylan, Alannah Deering, Sadbh O Mahony and Aoife Dunne 4th 1.54.21.
Aoife Delargy, Ciara Cummins, Aoife Deering and Ciardha Maher 1st 1.51.58
Team photos will be up on our website shortly.
The Munster Juvenile Pole Vault Championships were held in conjunction with the relays and we had two athletes competing. Aoife Tierney vaulted 2.25m for 2nd place in the u18 section while her sister Emily was 4th in the u16 section with a clearance of 2.10m.
All Ireland B Cross Country:
The All Ireland B Cross Country Championships were held in Tuam last Sunday, where Alex Reynolds was our only participant and he put in a fine run to finish 21st in the u11 race.
This contains all entries, boys and girls from U9 to U19. There are six pages, please scroll down to find the team you are interested in.
Niamh Boland, Clodagh Moylan, Lydia Leamy and Hannagh O Shaughnessy.