Club Meeting

A meeting of all officers and comittee members will take place on Thursday night, 29th March, at 8.30pm in the club meeting room. We hope to see all present.


Road Fixtures

25th March – County Novice “B” Road Championships – Ballingarry

02nd April – Munster 4 Mile Road Championships – Kerry

22nd April – County Masters Road Championships– Clonmel

04th  June – Moyne Mini Marathon 10k Run & 5k Walk

22nd July – County Senior Road Championships – Dundrum


Track and Field Fixtures

29th April- County Senior Track and Field-Templemore

12th May-County U12-U19 Track and Field-Templemore

13th May-County U9-U12 Track and Field-Templemore

2nd & 3rd May- Munster U12-U13 Juvenile Track and Field- Ennis, Co. Clare

10th June-Munster Senior Track and Field- Castleisland, Kerry

16th & 17th June- Munster U14-U19 Track and Field, Waterford


Best Wishes!

Best wishes to Kate Harrison who is competing in the European Indoor Masters this week in Madrid. Kate will be competing in the 200m heats this Thursday.

Novice ‘B’ County Road Championships

The Novice ‘B’ County Championships will take place in Ballingarry this Sunday, the 25th of March. The event will start at 12 pm, with the ladies running 3km and the men running 6k. The event is confined to athletes who completed the “A” Championships with the first eight men and the first five ladies in those championships excluded as well as previous individual winners, both male & female. Moyne AC are defending champions in both the women and men events. Good luck to all athletes taking part.

Annual Mini-Marathon

The Annual Moyne AC Mini-Marathon will take place this year on Monday the 4th of June. There will both a 5k walk and 10k race. This is a very enjoyable event, more information will be provided at a later date

Intermediate County Road Championship

The Intermediate County Road Championship has been postponed from last Sunday due to the poor weather conditions. A date for the postponed event has not been confirmed.

Tipperary Throws Festival

The annual Tipperary throws festival will take place on the 2nd of April. This year, this event also includes a 400m and 1 mile race. This is a great opportunity for club members to get an electronically timed race before championship. Entries for each event is €5 and the competition starts at 12:30. The event is open to Junior (U/17) and senior athletes. Please see for more details.

Irish Health Juvenile Indoor Championship

On Sunday, the Irish Life Health Juvenile Indoor Championships (Day 2) took place in the Athlone Indoor arena. Despite the hazardous road conditions that morning, the championships went ahead. Two athletes represented the club at these championships. Dylan McLaughlin competed in the U17 1500m and his brother Aaron competed in the U14 1km walk. Dylan took to the track first in the 1500m where he finished in 4.57.74. Aaron finished 11th in the 1km walk in 6.38.78 which is a personal best for him. Well done to both Dylan and Aaron for representing the club wonderfully in such stiff competition from around the country.

County Juvenile Indoor Championships

County U9 to U12 Indoor Championships

The County U9 to U12 Indoor Championships took place on Saturday 10th March in Nenagh AC Indoor Stadium with 43 athletes from the club competing. The club brought home 8 individual medals – 1 gold, 5 silver, 2 bronze and 3 team medals for the relays.

The gold medal winner was Eleanor Doyle in the girls U10 60m Silver Race. Silver medals were won by Olive Spillane-Leane in the girls U9 300m, Blaithnaid Lloyd in the girls U12 High Jump, Billy Gleeson in the boys U10 300m, Seán Boland in the U 11 60m Silver Race and Adam Spillane-Leane in the boys U12 High Jump. Bronze medals went to Jack Guilfoyle in the boys U9 60m Gold Race and to Daniel Tobin in the boys U11 60m Silver Race.

Moyne AC had 2 girls’ U9 relay teams bringing home silver and bronze for the club. Silver Medal winners were Maria Doyle, Ciara Joyce, Niamh Gleeson & Olive Spillane-Leane. Bronze medallists were Molly Jones, Ruth Hickey, Ailish Concagh & Ciara O’Dwyer. The boys U 12 team of Adam Spillane-Leane, Liam Ryan, John Delaney & Jack Flanagan also brought home bronze medals coming third in their race.

Also competing on the day were Ailis Concagh, Kate Concagh, Daithi Cussen, Ruth Phelan, Reiltín Morrissey, Ava Tobin, Kate Tobin, Aoibhin O’Dwyer, Sarah McGinley, Isabella Jones, Emma Delaney, Maebh Leahy, Dearbhla Gleeson, Alana Spillane, Denis Brolan, Bill Cussen, Darragh Hickey, Jack Reddan, Kate Delaney, Cara Delaney, Saoirse Doran, Adam Phelan, Jack Gleeson, Frank Doyle, Fred Power & Paddy Cussen.

Congratulations & well done to all athletes and a thank you to all the parents for their support and encouragement to all the athletes throughout the day.

County U13 to Junior Indoor Championships

On Sunday 11th March, it was the turn of the U13 to Junior athletes to compete in the County Indoor Championships. There were 16 athletes from the club taking part in the track and field competition.

Both Emma Hickey and Tara Gleeson were competing in the U13 Long Jump where they made throws of 3.21m and 3.14m respectively. Louise Hickey came 3rd in U14 60H in 11.84, 4th in the Shot Put, 4th in the Long Jump, 5th in 60m and 5th in the 800m. Also in the U14 category was Tara Gleeson who came 7th in the Long Jump and threw 6.16m in the Shot Put. Emma Gleeson came 1st in the Girls U16 High Jump and 4th in the 800m. The U14 Girls relay team members were Louise Hickey, Tara Gleeson, Emma Hickey and Clodagh Gleeson who finished 5th. Both Katie Bergin and Shannon Boland were competing in the Junior Women category. Katie came 2nd in the 400m in 1.03.48 and 5th in both the 60m in 8.86 and Long Jump. Unfortunately, Shannon was unable to finish the 400m.

In the U13 Boys competition, Cathal Guilfoyle ran in the 60m coming 7th. Aaron Meakin competed in the U13 60m and Long Jump, Jake Bowe and Aaron Moore ran in the U14 800m with Aaron finishing 3rd overall. Also U14 was Conor Gleeson who finished 5th in the 60m while Aaron McLaughlin came 2nd in the 1km walk. The U14 relay team finished 2nd and they were Jake Bowe, Aaron Moore, Conor Gleeson and Aaron McLaughlin. Aidan Meakin finished 3rd in the U16 Long Jump and 4th in the 60m. Dylan McLaughlin and Jack Hickey were our Junior Men representatives. Dylan took part in the 1500m where he finished 2nd in 4.42.64. Jack finished 3rd in both the 400m in 56.06 and the Shot Put throwing 8.11m. He also finished 4th in 60m in 7.72.

These are wonderful results from Nenagh and all athletes who competed should be extremely proud of themselves as all their hard training is paying off

All-Ireland Master’s Indoor Championships

The All-Ireland Master’s Indoor Championships, postponed from the 4th of March, took place this Saturday in the Athlone Institute of Technology Indoor Arena. The club had a record number of competitors competing for the club in these championships with eight women and one male sporting the green and gold singlet.  ‘Storm Emma’ was not going to affect our athletes’ determination and this was demonstrated with a total of eleven All-Ireland Medals brought home to the club. This is a terrific achievement for the club and all athletes involved should be very proud of their achievements.

Naomi Treacy was only field competitor of the day and she certainly set the standard  for those on the track, with a bronze medal winning performance in the women’s O35’s Shot Putt. Naomi had a splendid throw of 6.92cm which is a season’s best for Naomi.

On the track, we had two competitors in the women’s O35 60 metres, Kate Harrison and Ber Spillane. Both ladies were very competitive and little separated the two. On the line, Kate took the bronze medal with a time of 9:30 and Ber was fourth in a time of 9:42.

The pair lined up again in the women’s O35 200m later on in the afternoon and both ladies were, once again, competitive in this event. Just less than one second separated the pair on the line as Kate finished third in a time of 30.76 and Ber fourth in a time of 31.52. Kate’s double All-Ireland Master’s bronze medals will give her great confidence for next week’s trip to Madrid where the European Master’s Indoor competition is taking place. Kate intends to compete in the 200m and the 4x200m relay. Kate is the club’s first master athlete to represent Ireland on the European stage. We wish her the very best with this endeavour.

Also running 60m, was Liz Power who ran 11.38 to finish in 5th position in the O50 category. Her husband, Ray Power, ran the 60m in the men’s O55 60m in a time of 9:87 and also finished in 5th position. Ray also ran in the men’s O55 200m in a time of 31.71 to finish in 7th position.

Going up in the distances we saw Edel Delaney compete in the 400m in the O35 category. A strong run from Edel saw her take the bronze medal in this category in a time of 75 seconds.

The ladies O45 800m competition saw Bridget Gleeson claim the bronze medal. In this competitive race Bridget fought hard to be within 5 seconds from the winner. She was rewarded for this brave performance with a PB performance of 2:49. Following on from this, Angela Fogarty competed in the O35 3000m. This race was hotly contended with the silver medallist at the All-Ireland Senior championships, Kelly Neely, taking the title. Angela ran a strong race to come home in 5th position in a season’s best performance of 11:42.

The highly successful day was topped off with a great performance by our ladies in the 4x200m. The team of Ber Spillane, Edel Delaney, Angela Fogarty, Kate Harrison, Bridget Gleeson and Sinead Tynan claimed the bronze medal at a battle to the line against Dunboyne AC in a time of 2:09.

Irish University Cross-Country Championships

On Saturday, we had Orla Healy compete in the Irish University Cross-country championships which took place in Santry. Orla

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