Neasa, Donal & Dean Proudly Wearing The Irish Colours

The Celtic International Cross Country is being held in Stirling, Scotland this weekend and Ennis Track have 3 athletes taking part, facing other athletes from England, Ulster, Scotland and Northern Ireland.  First up will be  Neasa NiAinifein running in the U17 Developmental Team.  Neasa faces a challenge this year as Scotland believes in equal distances for male and female athletes, so she runs 6km compared to her 4km u17 All Ireland Race in  Dunboyne.

Next will be Dean Casey in the U20 International Team, another challenge for this still 16 year old student.  He will be racing 7km.  Lastly Donal Devane will be racing in the U23 International Race, also 7km.  A perfect start to what is going to be a year devoted to Euro Cross Country which takes place in Dublin at the end of the year.

We would like to wish them every success and to remind them that we are always so very proud of them in all that they do to represent their club, county, province and country.

U17 International Teams

Gara Williams MSB
Emma Landers Youghal
Avril Millerick Youghal
Amy Geoghegan Mullingar Harriers
Dara Donoghue Lucan Harriers
Joel Chambers Willowfield Harriers
Myles Hewlett United Striders
Tadgh Connolly St Senan’s


U17 Development Teams

Neasa Ni Ainiféin Ennis Track
Claragh Keane DMP
Phoebe Bate Mullingar Harriers
Alice Hickey Rathfarnham
Jack McCausland City of Lisburn
David Williams St Senans
Jake Stafford Willowfield Harriers
Jack Fenlon St Abbans


U20 International Teams

Danielle Donegan Tullamore Harriers
Eimear Maher DSD
Niamh O’Mahoney An Ríocht A.C.
Una O’Brien Waterford A.C.
Shane Coffey Naas A.C
Dean Casey Ennis Track A.C.
Daniel Stone Raheny Shamrock A.C.
Miceal McCaul Unattached


U23 International Teams

Sorcha McAlister Westport A.C.
Claire Fagan Mullingar Harriers
Eilish O`Grady St. Michael’s A.C.
Aoife O`Brien Westport A.C.
David McGlynn Waterford A.C.
Thomas McStay Galway City Harriers
Donal Devane Ennis Track A.C.
Daire Finn Dublin City Harriers



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