- Sean Benson (senior) silver in the 60-m sprint in a pb of 7.22 s.
- Rianne McHugh (senior) fourth in the 800 m in a time of 2:26.42; also fourth in the 1500m in a time of 5:13.79.
- Cillian Boyd (senior) fourth in the 800 m in a time of 2:14.
- Peter Tonge (O35) bronze in the 3000 m in a time of 10:47; fifth in the 800 m in a time of 2:24.
- Martin Curley (O35) silver in the 60-m hurdles in a time of 11.06 s; fourth in the long jump with a distance of 4.40m; and second in the high jump with a height of 1.55 m.
- Mary Cahill (O40) gold in the 60-m sprint in a time of 9.75 s; silver in the long jump with a distance of 3.75 m; gold in the 800 m in a time of 2:43.43; silver in the 200 m in 32.92.
- Tom Micks (O40) fourth in the 800 m.
- Alex Conway (O45) silver in the 60-m sprint with a time of 8.24 s; gold in the shot putt with a throw of 10.09 m.
- Siobhán Lennon (O45) silver in the 3000 m in 11:53; and silver in the 1500 m in a time of 5:41.87.
- Helen O’Hanlon (O50) gold in the 800 m with a time of 3:00.54; and gold in the 1500 m, posting a time of 6:09.47.
- John Murphy (O50) bronze in the 60-m sprint in a time of 9.02 s; silver in the long jump with a jump of 4.58 m; bronze in the 200 m in a time of 29.15; and bronze in the 1500 m posting a time of 5:12.35.
- Sean Whelan (O65) gold in the 3000 m; bronze in the 800 m in a time of 3:13; and bronze in the 1500 m with a time of 6:52.92.
- Ennis Track senior ladies took Munster gold in the ladies 4 x 200-m relay. The winning team was made up of Mary Cahill, Helen O’Hanlon, Siobhan Lennon & Rianne McHugh.
- Under 10 Boys: Ben O’Halloran
- Under 12 Girls: Ava Rochford
- Under 12 Boys: William Bello
- Under 13 Girls: Neasa Ní Ainiféin
- Under 14 Boys: Mark Hanrahan
- Under 16 Boys: Ben Deasy
- Under 17 Boys: Tony Odubote
- Under 18 Boys: Patrick O’Rourke
- Junior Men: Kevin Mulcaire
- Senior Ladies: Dee Grady
- Senior Men: Dara Chesser
All Ireland Individual merit award winners from Ennis Track were Ailbhe O’Doherty, Rory Chesser, Karl Fitzmaurice and David Courtney.
Earlier, on January 7th, Ava Rochford put in a fantastic performance in Nenagh to win the Munster Girls U13 Pentathlon. She posted 3 PBs on the way, and logged the following results in each of the five disciplines: 60-m hurdles in 11.72 s, shot putt of 9.32 m, high jump of 1.45 m, long jump of 4.18 m and 800-m run in 3:08.14.
The winners of the Munster Athletics Star Awards for 2016 were recently announced and Ennis Track won awards for best juvenile cross-country club in Munster, and best senior & masters club in Munster in cross-country and road.