A massive thanks to all the club athletes/ committee members and parents who helped out at the Ennis Track Fleadh Flag evening.Read More
Author: Kevin Chesser
Master Athletes Shine at National Master Track and Field Championships.
The GloHealth National Masters Track & Field Championships were held in Tullamore at the weekend. This was the icing on the cake of a very successful season for Ennis Track Athletic Club. The following are results from the days action. Alex Conway o/45 3rd in discus & 4th in shot putt. David Courtney O/50 1 st in javelin & 2nd in discus. Michael Clune 0/55 3rd in 5000m. Sean Whelan O/65, 2nd in 5000m. Tom Jones 4th for the 35lb weight for distance. Mary Cahill 0/40, 5th in the 400m,…Read More
Munster Novice, Senior & Master 4 Mile Road Championships Sunday 3rd April 2016 in Kilnaboy, Co. Clare
Ennis Track Athletes were out in force at this year’s Munster 4 mile championships in Kilnaboy. Ennis Track took home the senior men’s title, second in the men’s novice competition, fourth in the men’s over 35 and first in the men’s over 50.Women were third in the senior women’s competition, third in the novice women’s competition , first in the women’s Over 35, second in the women’s over 45. On the Senior men’s winning team was Kevin Chesser, Liam Naughton, Brian Murphy and David Lyons. Well done to all who competed.…Read More
All Ireland schools/Intervarsity’s Sligo Racecourse 5/3/2016: Mulcaire in a league of his own.
Sligo Racecourse was the location of the 2016 Irish schools and Inter-varsity Cross Country. Kevin Mulcaire was the star of Ennis Track, winning his second Senior Boy’s Title. He also has two intermediate titles and he is the only schoolboy to hold all four schools titles ever. This was a schools competition and ennis track athletes represented their respective schools. The Minor Girls results were as follows Ellie Pike Rice College Ennis , Minor Boys Mark Hanrahan Flannans 13th, Conor Shanahan Flannans 76th, Jack Power Flannans 103rd place, Junior Boys Ben Deasy…Read More
28/2/16: Lander’s Claims First National Senior Medal.
Ennis Track Athletes put on a fine display in Athlone last weekend. Damien Landers qualified from his heat in the 1500m without trouble on Day 1 of the competition. Jemil Saidi battled bravely in the 200m heat in a time of 23.75, but unfortunately did not qualify from his heat, no doubt he will be back stronger again. Kevin Chesser ran a solid 3000 m on day 2 of the competition in a time of 8.44.38. A p.b. for him. He finished tenth in the race. Damien Landers was the…Read More
18/2/16 Mulcaire and Chesser Best of the Irish in the Armagh Brooks International 5K.
Kevin Mulcaire and Rory Chesser showed their class in a highly stacked and extremely competitive 5k in Armagh. The two men made the long trip up to Armagh and it paid dividends, as they were the first two Irish men home. Kevin ran a fantastic race to finished 15th in a time of 14.14. This is no small feat as he competed against seasoned senior athletes from all over Europe, but as usual this does not even pose a challenge to the courageous young man. Rory was very close to…Read More
Ennis Track Athletes Shine at IUAA Indoor Championships 12/2/16
Athlone indoor Track was the location of the 2016 IUAA indoor competition. Ennis Track had three athletes competing Damien Landers, Darragh Lynch and Karl Fitzmaurice. Damien and Darragh competed in the 1500m, Damien came second in the race in a time of 3.58, followed very closely by Darragh in fourth in a time of 4.01. Fair play to ye lads. Karl Fitzmaurice competed in the 3000m. He finished a very respectable 13th place in a time of 9.11. Well done Karl. Below is a link to the whole day on…Read More
National Intermediate Cross Country Champions
Fresh from their National Novice Cross Country Title. Five Ennis Track men Brian Murphy, Karl Fitzmaurice, Dara, Kevin and Patrick Chesser made the long trip up to Dundalk to claim Ennis Track’s very first National Intermediate Cross Country Title. It was an 8 Km long, mucky and tough course. These conditions made it very difficult for the athletes to run quick. The five men packed very well together to take home the national title in fine style, over 40 points ahead of St Abbans in second place. The results were as the following,…Read More
UL Harvard Indoor Athletics Meet
16th of January 2015 Rory and Kevin Chesser travelled to the U.S.A to compete against Harvard University Athletes. Both brothers were selected to compete for the University of Limerick. The Indoor Athletics Meet was held in the famous Harvard Gordon Indoor Track. Rory ran a brilliant race and ran away with the 3000m in a time of 8.16, with second place nearly 20 seconds behind him. He was also part of the winning UL 4by400m relay team. Kevin had a great race to finish second in the mile in a time of 4.22. He…Read More