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Track & Field Active Weekend

Congratulations to all our athletes who were competing this weekend in Dublin at the Irish Life Health Junior U23 Championships and also at the Clare AAI Track & Field in  John O’Sullivan Park, Lees Road Ennis.  Results for the Clare AAI will follow. In Dublin well done to Mark Hanrahan finishing 3rd in the 3000m SC in a time of 9:49.25 Niall Murphy finishing 7th in the 5000m in a time of  15:37.74 Laura Healy finishing 5th in the women;s 5000m in a time of 18:02.28Neasa NiAinifein finishing 7th in…

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PBs and European Standards

all in a days work at the AAI Games & Combined Events Championships held over the weekend in Santry. Athletes from all over turned up for their events, and yes it was still a little surreal to not be able to have anyone in the stands, but competition has returned and for that we are all delighted. Congratulations to all our athletes who performed over the weekend and to their extremely hard working coaches and equally patient parents. In the Men’s 800m Colin Ryan had a great performance finishing 5th…

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Munster T&F Season

Dates For Your Diary Saturday 3rd July – Munster U12 to U19 BOYS T&F Day 1 in MTU Cork Sunday 4th July – Munster U12 to U19 GIRLS T&F Day 1 in MTU Cork Saturday 10th July – Munster U9 to U11 Team Games Day 1  (Venue tbc) Sunday 11th July – Munster U9 to U11 Team Games Day 2 (Venue tbc) Saturday 17th July – Munster U12 to U19 BOYS T&F Day 2 in MTU Cork Sunday 18th July – Munster U12 to U19 GIRLS T&F Day 2 in MTU…

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Personal Bests for Ennis Track Athletes

in Belfast Saturday the 29th of May. In what saw people travelling from far and wide to both participate for Olympic qualifying times and European Standards but also to soak up the the joy of watching athletics after so long. Congratulations to all who made the day such as success. Full results can be found here First off was Mark Hanrahan running in the 5000m Men B race, Mark ran this in 14:46.86 a Pb finishing 4th in the race. 5000m Men B race1 325 Harrington Fionn Bandon athletic club…

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Finishing Proud and Spending Time With Friends

In a muddy, wet, cowpat filled field in Kilnaboy we knew there was no turning back.  Sophie walked timidly into that field, looking at her feet, avoiding the puddles and dirt.  But going home, with a medal around her neck and 6 different colours of “mud” up her legs, she held her head high and splashed in any puddle she could find.  Joy unbridled. Read the Maher’s message here

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