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Notes for weekending 20/10/2019

Munster Novice Cross Country – Bronze medallists

Munster Novice Cross Country Championships

Six adults represented the club at the Munster Novice Cross Country Championships held in Limerick Racecourse on Sunday October 20 and despite the very wet and extremely mucky underfoot conditions all six put in terrific performances. None more so than the ladies’ team of Lorraine Healy, Angela Fogarty, Edel Delaney and Aisling Maher who combined brilliantly to win the bronze club medals, a historic occasion for the club in the history of the AAI, having never reached this level before. Lorraine led them home in 5th place, with Angela in 10th, Edel 25th and Aisling 27th.  Lorraine and Angela also had the honour of being part of the Tipperary team that won silver medals in the Inter-County championship. Stephen Flanagan and Michael Delaney were our representatives in the Men’s event and conditions underfoot had considerably worsened with this being the last race of a 13-race programme but credit to both athletes as they fought hard through the conditions. Stephen finished a brilliant 15th and first Tipperary man home with Michael coming through for 49th place, in only his second ever outing for the club. Stephen had the honour of leading the Tipperary men’s team to bronze medals in the Inter-County event, a first Munster medal for him also. We certainly must commend all six athletes on their performances and congratulate them on their achievements.

Munster Even Age Juvenile Cross-Country Championships

The Munster Even Age Cross Country took place in Limerick Racecourse on Sunday October 20. Conditions were very difficult underfoot for our juvenile athletes but well done to each and every one of them for competing in their race.

U10 girls were first to the start line. Moyne had 6 girls running the 1,000m distance. These girls were Roisin O’Reilly, Saoirse Deegan, Emily Cahill, Olive Spillane Leane, Arlene Flanagan and Heidi Maher. Heidi led the girls home finishing in 61st, followed by Emily 75th, Olive 82nd, Saoirse 92nd, Arlene 93rd and Roisin 97th. Heidi, Emily, Olive and Saoirse finished 15th in the club event. Heidi was also the 6th member of the Tipperary team that finished just outside the medals in 4th place.

U10 boys followed with Noah Murphy, Michael Doyle, Seán Cahill, Gerard Delaney, David Nolan and Jack Guilfoyle also running 1,000m. First across the line for Moyne was David in 55th, followed by Jack 64th, Noah 103rd, Seán 121st and Gerard 124th. David, Jack, Noah and Seán finished 16th in the club event.

Aisling O’Reilly, Alana Spillane, Eleanor Doyle, Dearbhla Gleeson and Ruth Phelan ran 2,000m in the U12 race. Alana finished 28th, Ruth 102nd, Dearbhla 103rd, Eleanor 114th and Aisling 117th.  Alana, Ruth, Dearbhla and Eleanor finished 15th in the club event. Alana was also the first girl home for Tipperary but again the Tipperary team was outside the medals finishing 5th overall.

Jack Cahill was our only athlete in the U12 boys 2,000m event. Jack finished 67th. He was also the 6th member of the Tipperary team which finished outside the medals in 4th place.

Aisling O’Loughlin, Moya Brennan, Emma Hickey and Gráinne O’Loughlin took part in the Girls U14 race running a distance of 3,000m. Aisling led the girl’s home to finish in 81st, followed closely by Moya 84th, Gráinne 90th and Emma 91st. These 4 girls finished 12th in the club event.

Next up were the U14 boys made up of David Doyle, Adam Spillane Leane, Adam Phelan and Jack Flanagan, these boys also running 3,000m. David was first home for the club in 34th place, followed by Adam Phelan 63rd, Jack Flanagan 78th and Adam Spillane Leane 80th. These 4 boys were 7th in the club event.

Aaron Moore was our only competitor in the U16 Boys 4,000m category, unfortunately due to an injury Aaron was unable to finish the race.

Well done to all 27 juvenile athletes on your huge effort today, the club are very proud of you all.

KBC Dublin Marathon 2019

Dublin City Marathon

The best of luck to club athletes Brian Carroll, Frances Long and Deirdre Royce as they compete in the Dublin City Marathon this Sunday.  Lots of training and commitment by these three athletes will surely bring about some great results for them. 

Lotto

Congratulations to this week’s winner, Ber Spillane.  Many thanks to everyone who has and continues to support the club by being members of the lotto. This is very much appreciated.  Lotto tickets (€2) are available at each training session and we encourage members to purchase same. 

 

Cross Country Fixtures

Nov 03  – County Juvenile Relays, Masters & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Nov 10 – Munster Juvenile Uneven Age & Senior Cross-Country Championships – Cork

Nov 17 – Munster Juvenile Inter-Club & Masters Cross-Country Championships – Kerry

Nov 24 – National Juvenile Even Age & Senior & Junior Cross-Country Championships – Dublin

Nov 26 – County Post Primary Schools Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Dec 01 – Munster Juvenile B & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Two-Mile-Borris

Dec 08 – County Juvenile B & Novice B Cross-Country Championships – Moyne

Dec 15 – National Juvenile Uneven Age & Novice Cross-Country – TBC

Munster Cross Country Championships

Best of luck to all our athletes who are competing in Limerick on Sunday. Girls U/10-Emily Cahill, Saoirse Deegan, Heidi Maher, Olive Spillane-Leane, Arlene Flanagan, Roisin O’Reilly. Boys U/10-Gerard Delaney, Jack Guilfoyle, Noah Murphy, David Nolan, Sean Cahill, Michael Doyle, Billy Flanagan. Girls U/12-Eleanor Doyle, Aisling O’Reilly, Dearbhla Gleeson, Ruth Phelan, Alana Spillane. Boys U/12-Jack Cahill. Girls U/14-Moya Brennan, Grainne O’Loughlin, Aisling O’Loughlin, Emma Hickey. Boys U/14-Jack Flanagan, Adam Phelan, David Doyle, Adam Spillane-Leane, Boys U/16-Aaron Moore. Novice Women-Lorraine Healy, Angela Fogarty, Sarah Healy, Orla Healy. Novice Men-Stephen Flanagan, Michael Bergin.
The first race is away at 11.30am sharp and all athletes should be at the venue in Limerick Racecourse by the very latest 10.30am. It can be slow on entry so please bear this in mind when planning your journey.

Club Notes Weekending 13/10/2019

County Intermediate Cross-Country Championships

1 lady and 2 men were the club’s representatives at the County Intermediate Cross-Country Championships in Moyglass on Sunday.  Lorraine Healy competed in the ladies’ event and throughout a tough race kept ahead of the field with the company of Karen Coughlan of Dundrum. It was only on the last climb that Karen broke Lorraine’s resistance and opened a gap that despite her best efforts Lorraine could not close and she crossed the line in a very clear second place.  Well done Lorraine on your huge effort. 

Michael Egan on his first start for the club and indeed his first effort at a County Championship ran a very solid race in the men’s equivalent to finish 28th with Brendan Delaney not far behind him in 29th.  Whilst the course was sound underfoot the hills and dips more than sapped the energy so well done to both men on their efforts. 

County Un-Even Age Juvenile Championships

The second outing of the cross-country season was to Moyglass on Sunday October 13th where we had 47 athletes competing in sunny and dry conditions.  Another great day of running saw the club take home 6 individual medals and 3 sets of team medals – 2 silver and 1 bronze!

First out on the course were the U9 Girls who had a distance of 600m to run. Gráinne Daly was first back in 7, followed by Molly Jones 9, Caoimhe Slevin 20, Helen Renehan 21, Muireann Casey 22, Kate Concagh 24, Abbie Delaney 31 and Saoirse Dunne 33.  Gráinne, Molly, Caoimhe and Helen were second in the team competition.  Next was the turn of the U9 Boys and Billy Flanagan led the club home in 13 with Seán Cahill 18, Conor Leahy 25, Philip Lloyd 28 and Darragh Moore 29.

The U11 Girls ran 1,500m which took in the perimeter of the first field.  Ruth Phelan finished strongly in 15 with Heidi Maher in 19.  Next over the finish line were the trio of Aisling O’ Reilly 22, Róisín O’ Reilly 23 and Olive Spillane Leane 24.  Reiltín Morrisey was 28 and hot on her heels was Emily Cahill in 29 position.  Next home was Arlene Flanagan 33, Aoife Kavanagh 45 and Ailis Concagh 47.  It was now the turn of the U11 Boys and Rógan Lyons finished 15 with David Nolan close behind him in 16, followed by Shane O’ Dwyer 18 Noah Murphy 19, Luke Molloy 28 and Jack Renehan 37.

In the Girls U13 race were Alana Spillane, Gráinne O’ Loughlin, Cara Delaney and Ellen Nolan where they ran 2,500m.  Alana ran another strong race to finish in 4.  Gráinne finished 28, Cara 32 and Ellen 35.  Boys U13 saw Adam Phelan cross the finish line in 8 place, Jack Flanagan 9, Jack Cahill 14, Adam Spillane Leane 18, Frank Doyle 19, Shane Moloney 21 and Paddy Cussen 24.  Adam Phelan, Jack Flanagan, Jack Cahill and Adam Spillane Leane were third in the team competition.

There were two girls competing for the club in the U15 age category.  Aisling O’ Loughlin and Moya Brennan ran a distance of 3,500m and finished 7 and 10 respectively.  There were 4 club athletes running in the Boys U15 with Aaron Moore leading them home in 3.  Michéal O’ Mahony finished 9, David Doyle 11 and Jake Bowe 12.  The boys won a silver medal in the team event.

Nathan Bowe was our sole competitor in the Junior Men 5,000m race. He had a strong and steady run where he finished 10.   

Well done to every one of our athletes who ran today. They put in a huge effort and did themselves proud!

Munster Cross-Country Championships

The club will be travelling to Limerick Racecourse on Sunday next for the first round of the Munster Juvenile Cross-Country Championships with races from U/10 to U/18 and then races for Novice Ladies and Men, U/20 and U/23 Ladies and Men.  We wish all the athletes who are participating the very best of luck. 

 

Wedding Congratulations

The club wishes to congratulate Susan Fogarty and Mark Ryan on their marriage last weekend.  We wish them both a long and happy life together. 

 

Lotto

Congratulations to this week’s winners – John Quinlan, Sinead Tynan and Thomas Flynn. Many thanks to everyone who has and continues to support the club by being members of the lotto. This is very much appreciated.  Lotto tickets (€2) are available at each training session and we encourage members to purchase same. 

 

Cross Country Fixtures

Oct 20 – Munster Juvenile Even Age, Novice U/20 & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Limerick Racecourse.

Nov 03 – County Juvenile Relays, Masters & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Nov 10 – Munster Juvenile Uneven Age & Senior Cross-Country Championships – Cork

Nov 17 – Munster Juvenile Inter-Club & Masters Cross-Country Championships – Kerry

Nov 24 – National Juvenile Even Age & Senior & Junior Cross-Country Championships – Dublin

Nov 26 – County Post Primary Schools Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Dec 01 – Munster Juvenile B & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Two-Mile-Borris

Dec 08 – County Juvenile B & Novice B Cross-Country Championships – Moyne

Dec 15 – National Juvenile Uneven Age & Novice Cross-Country – TBC

Club Notes Weekending 06/10/2019

County Novice Cross Country Championships

We had 6 ladies running in the Novice Cross Country Championships, in a hilly Newport. It proved to be a fantastic start to the season with individual gold, bronze and 2 team medals won.

Louise Fogarty was among the frontrunners from the start and as the 4k race unfolded Louise and Dundrum athlete Karen Coughlan ran side by side for the majority of the race. In the last kilometre, Louise began to put a few metres between them and lengthened this lead as she headed into the last 400m to take the title. Orla Healy ran a great steady race to finish 3rd. Aisling Maher had a final burst of speed that saw her sprint to the finish line in 8th position. Edel Delaney was just behind her in 9th place. The next athlete in for Moyne was Sharon Cantwell (11th) and making her novice debut was Michelle Percy who finished in 16th position. Louise, Orla and Aisling received a team silver medal with Edel, Sharon and Michelle getting the bronze.

The men’s race was the final run of the afternoon. We had 3 representatives in this 6k race – Liam Kelly, Stephen Flanagan and Paddy Doyle. They took to the hilly course with determination. Liam was first home for Moyne in 7th position followed closely by Stephen in 8th place. Paddy was making his return to cross country after injury and had a steady run to finish 33rd.

Well done to each athlete who represented the club proudly. A great day, in particular, for the ladies’ team – congratulations!

County Juvenile Cross Country Championships

County U/10 Club Champions

The 2019 County Cross Country Championship began today, Sunday 6th October with the Even Age Juvenile races taking place in Newport, where conditions were excellent both overhead and underfoot.  Moyne AC had 37 athletes taking part, some running for the first time competitively.  Great running from everyone on the day with the club coming away with five individual medals, one gold and four bronze and four sets of team medals, one gold, one silver and two bronze.

First up were the U10 girls consisting of Ailis Concagh, Arlene Flanagan, Ciara Joyce, Emily Cahill, Heidi Maher, Maria Doyle, Niamh Gleeson, Olive Spillane Leane, and Roisin O’Reilly.  These girls ran a distance of 800m superbly with Heidi, Ciara and Olive finishing with individual bronze medals.  Heidi led the Moyne girls’ home in 7th place, followed by Olive 9th and Ciara 10th.  Roisin finished 12th, Emily 14th, Maria 18th, Arlene 20th, Ailis 30th and Niamh 38th.  Heidi, Olive, Ciara and Roisin were also 1st in the team event.

Boys U10 followed with Billy Flanagan, Conor Leahy, Dáithí Cussen, Darragh Cleere, Jack Guilfoyle and Michael Doyle also running 800m.  Jack finished 7th earning himself an individual bronze medal.  Billy was 24th, Darragh 31st, Conor 34th, Michael 38th and Dáithí 40th.  Jack, Billy, Darragh and Conor were 4th in the team event.

Girls U12 saw Aisling O’Reilly, Alana Spillane, Eleanor Doyle, Niamh Cleere, Roisin Wall, Ruby Quinlan, Ruth Phelan, Sheena Cornally and Bibi Russell run 2,000m.  Alana led the field home with a super run, securing 1st place gold medal, she was followed by Ruth 19th, Eleanor 20th, Aisling 23rd, Bibi 31st, Niamh 32nd, Sheena 36th, Roisin 38th and Ruby 40th.  Alana, Ruth, Eleanor and Aisling were 3rd in the team event and Bibi, Niamh, Sheena and Roisin were 7th in the team event.

Boys U12 included Bill Cussen, Jack Cahill, Luke Molloy and Shane O’Dwyer.  Jack finished 12th, Shane 19th, Bill 22nd and Luke 23rd.  These 4 boys finished 4th in the club event.

Boys U14 saw Adam Phelan, Adam Spillane Leane, David Doyle, Frank Doyle and Jack Flanagan having to run a tough 3,000m.  Jack led the Moyne boys home finishing 11th, followed by David Doyle 13th, Adam Phelan 15th, Adam Spillane Leane 18th and Frank Doyle 19th.  Jack, David and the two Adams finished 3rd in the team event.   

U16 was the final event for our Moyne juvenile athletes.  The boys and girls ran this race together and covered a distance of 4,000m. Mary Cussen was the sole Moyne competitor in the Girls U16.  She finished 6th in her race.  Aaron Moore finished 4th followed by Michéal O’Mahony 7th and Jake Bowe 8th.  Aaron, Michéal and Jake finished 2nd in the team event.

Well done on all individual and team results today.  All roads lead to Moyglass next Sunday for day 2!

County Un-Even Age Juvenile and Intermediate Cross-Country Championships

The club heads to Moyglass next Sunday for the Un-Even Age Juvenile and Intermediate Cross-Country Championships.  We wish all our athletes the very best of luck and hopefully more success will come their way.  We ask that everyone be in Moyglass by 11am at the latest which gives the athletes time to walk the course, collect their singlet and number and have a good warm-up prior to their race.  The first race on the programme is the Girls U/9 and this starts at 12 noon sharp. 

Lotto

Congratulations to William Maher who was the winner of €20 in the Lucky Dip.   Many thanks to everyone who has and continues to support the club by being members of the lotto. This is very much appreciated.  Lotto tickets (€2) are available at each training session and we encourage members to purchase same. 

Cross Country Fixtures

Oct 13 – County Juvenile Uneven Age & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Moyglass

Oct 20 – Munster Juvenile Even Age, Novice U/20 & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Limerick

Nov 03 – County Juvenile Relays, Masters & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Nov 10 – Munster Juvenile Uneven Age & Senior Cross-Country Championships – Cork

Nov 17 – Munster Juvenile Inter-Club & Masters Cross-Country Championships – Kerry

Nov 24 – National Juvenile Even Age & Senior & Junior Cross-Country Championships – Dublin

Nov 26 – County Post Primary Schools Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Dec 01 – Munster Juvenile B & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Two-Mile-Borris

Dec 08 – County Juvenile B & Novice B Cross-Country Championships – Moyne

Dec 15 – National Juvenile Uneven Age & Novice Cross-Country – TBC

Club Notes Weekending 29/09/2019

2019 Inter Club Cross Country Challenge

The annual inter club cross country challenge between Moyglass, Moycarkey-Coolcroo, and Moyne took place on Tuesday last hosted by Moyglass. There were races for U6 to U15 with distances of 200m to 2,000m. There were wonderful performances from all the athletes where their determination saw Moyne retain the perpetual trophy for yet another year. A huge thank must go to everyone who took part and to parents for travelling. It is much appreciated. Thanks also to the other clubs for the great competition and to Moyglass AC in providing the venue and refreshments for everyone afterwards. Presentation of medals took place at training to the following athletes: Poppy Lyons, Abbie Manton, Ava O’Loughlin, Muireann Casey, Caoimhe Slevin, Emily Cahill, Jack Cahill, Seán Kelly, Moya Brennan, Aisling O’ Loughlin, Cathal O’ Reilly, Aisling O’ Reilly, Róisín O’ Reilly, Dara Moore, Mary Cussen, Paddy Cussen, Bill Cussen, Dáithí Cussen, Cathleen Cussen, Shane Moloney, Saoirse Doran, Michael Doyle, Róisín Ryan, Molly Jones, Finn Jones, Caoimhe Doyle, Paudie Guilfoyle, Jack Guilfoyle, Saoirse Ryan, Cáit Bergin Doherty, Niamh Gleeson, Jack Gleeson, Eleanor Doyle, Adam Phelan, Ruth Phelan, Senan Phelan, Saoirse Joyce, Niamh Joyce, Ciara Joyce, Reiltín Morrisey, William Morrisey, Jeffrey Morrisey, Róisín Flanagan, Arlene Flanagan, Billy Flanagan, Jack Flanagan, Alana Spillane, Jake Bowe, Frank Doyle, Dearbhla Gleeson, Adam Spillane Leane, Olive Spillane Leane, Aaron Moore and Micheál O’ Mahony.

2019 Cross Country Championships

Sunday next, October 6, sees the start of the 2019 Cross Country Championships when the Even Age Juvenile (U/10-U/18) and Novice Championships take place in Newport. This is a time of reckoning for all our athletes following their weeks of training and we wish all those taking part the very best of luck. The competition commences at 12 noon sharp and all athletes should be there by 11am at the latest. This allows time to walk the course, collect your number and club singlet and do a warmup. 

Lotto

Congratulations to Brendan Delaney and Kate Harrison who were winners of €20 in the Lucky Dip.   Many thanks to everyone who has and continues to support the club by being members of the lotto. This is very much appreciated.  Lotto tickets (€2) are available at each training session and we encourage members to purchase same.  

Cross Country Fixtures

Oct 06 – County Juvenile Even Age & Novice Cross-Country Championships – Newport

Oct 13 – County Juvenile Uneven Age & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Moyglass

Oct 20 – Munster Juvenile Even Age, Novice U/20 & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Limerick

Nov 03 – County Juvenile Relays, Masters & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Nov 10 – Munster Juvenile Uneven Age & Senior Cross-Country Championships – Cork

Nov 17 – Munster Juvenile Inter-Club & Masters Cross-Country Championships – Kerry

Nov 24 – National Juvenile Even Age & Senior & Junior Cross-Country Championships – Dublin

Nov 26 – County Post Primary Schools Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Dec 01 – Munster Juvenile B & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Two-Mile-Borris

Dec 08 – County Juvenile B & Novice B Cross-Country Championships – Moyne

Dec 15 – National Juvenile Uneven Age & Novice Cross-Country – TBC

 

Club Notes Weekending 22/09/2019

Cross Country Challenge

The annual cross-country challenge takes place this Tuesday night in Moyglass.  Clubs taking part are Moyglass, Moycarkey-Coolcroo and Moyne and all athletes are asked to be there by 6.30pm.  This is a club event and hopefully all those attending training will participate. 

Cross Country Training

Training continues for all juvenile athletes each Tuesday and Friday night at 7.30pm and it is great to see the numbers taking part with many new juveniles amongst the groups.  The first cross country championship takes place in Newport on October 6 and entries are currently being taken up by our competition secretary, Geraldine.  Athletes interested in competing, please ensure you have given your name in by Tuesday October 1. All athletes must be registered prior to competition and we urge those who have yet to register to ensure that you give your form and monies to registrar Sharon Cantwell at the earliest opportunity.    We also urge all parents to ensure that they sign in and out their children at training.  Sheets are in the clubhouse. Registration forms for new members are also available in the clubhouse.  Lotto tickets (€2) are available at each training session and we encourage members to purchase same.  

Lotto

Congratulations to Edel Delaney, Sean Alexander and Elaine Flynn who were winners of €20 in the Lucky Dip.   Many thanks to everyone who has and continues to support the club by being members of the lotto.  This is very much appreciated. 

Cross Country Fixtures

Sept 26 – County Primary Schools Cross-Country Championship – Thurles

Oct 06 – County Juvenile Even Age & Novice Cross-Country Championships – Newport

Oct 13 – County Juvenile Uneven Age & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Moyglass

Oct 20 – Munster Juvenile Even Age, Novice U/20 & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Limerick

Nov 03 – County Juvenile Relays, Masters & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Nov 10 – Munster Juvenile Uneven Age & Senior Cross-Country Championships – Cork

Nov 17 – Munster Juvenile Inter-Club & Masters Cross-Country Championships – Kerry

Nov 24 – National Juvenile Even Age & Senior & Junior Cross-Country Championships – Dublin

Nov 26 – County Post Primary Schools Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Dec 01 – Munster Juvenile B & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Two-Mile-Borris

Dec 08 – County Juvenile B & Novice B Cross-Country Championships – Moyne

Dec 15 – National Juvenile Uneven Age & Novice Cross-Country – TBC

Club Notes Weekending 15/09/2019

Cross Country Training

Training continues for all juvenile athletes each Tuesday and Friday night at 7.30pm.  We hope to see all athletes back in action.  New members are always welcome and indeed it is great to see some new faces at our sessions.  We urge all parents to ensure that they sign in and out their children at training.  Sheets are in the clubhouse. Registration forms for new members are also available in the clubhouse.  Lotto tickets (€2) are available at each training session and we encourage members to purchase same.  

The first cross country fixture of the season is the County Primary Schools Cross Country on Thursday September 26 with the first County Championship taking place on Sunday October 6.  Also taking place on that day is the County Novice Cross Championship and we hope our senior athletes are putting in the hard work in preparation for this event. The club also welcomes new senior members and if you are interested in competing with the club then please come along to the track on Monday or Wednesday night at 7.30pm. 

Lotto

Congratulations to Rosie Cleere and Fr. Pat Murphy who were winners of €20 in the Lucky Dip.   Many thanks to everyone who has and continues to support the club by being members of the lotto.  This is very much appreciated. 

All Ireland Success

The club wishes to congratulate Roisin Daly, Muireann Lloyd, Conor Bowe, Gearoid O’Connor and Paul Maher on their All Ireland Football and Hurling successes recently.  Roisin and Muireann had many successes with the club in cross country and track and field. 

Cross Country Fixtures

Sept 26 – County Primary Schools Cross-Country Championship – Thurles

Oct 06 – County Juvenile Even Age & Novice Cross-Country Championships – Newport

Oct 13 – County Juvenile Uneven Age & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Moyglass

Oct 20 – Munster Juvenile Even Age, Novice U/20 & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Limerick

Nov 03 – County Juvenile Relays, Masters & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Nov 10 – Munster Juvenile Uneven Age & Senior Cross-Country Championships – Cork

Nov 17 – Munster Juvenile Inter-Club & Masters Cross-Country Championships – Kerry

Nov 24 – National Juvenile Even Age & Senior & Junior Cross-Country Championships – Dublin

Nov 26 – County Post Primary Schools Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Dec 01 – Munster Juvenile B & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Two-Mile-Borris

Dec 08 – County Juvenile B & Novice B Cross-Country Championships – Moyne

Dec 15 – National Juvenile Uneven Age & Novice Cross-Country – TBC

Notes Weekending 08/09/2019

Cross Country Training

Training for the forthcoming cross-country season continues for all juvenile athletes from 7 years of age each Tuesday and Friday night at 7.30pm.  We hope to see all athletes back in action.  New members are always welcome.  The first cross country fixture of the season is the County Primary Schools Cross Country on Thursday September 26 with the first County Championship taking place on Sunday October 6.  Also taking place on that day is the County Novice Cross Championship and it great to see our senior athletes returning to training in anticipation of this event.  The club also welcomes new senior members and if you are interested in competing with the club then please come along to the track on Monday or Wednesday night at 7.30pm. 

Lotto

Congratulations to Carmel Campion who was the winner of €20 in the Lucky Dip.   Many thanks to everyone who has and continues to support the club by being members of the lotto.  This is very much appreciated. 

Cross Country Fixtures

Sept 26 – County Primary Schools Cross-Country Championship – Thurles

Oct 06 – County Juvenile Even Age & Novice Cross-Country Championships – Newport

Oct 13 – County Juvenile Uneven Age & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Moyglass

Oct 20 – Munster Juvenile Even Age, Novice U/20 & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Limerick

Nov 03 – County Juvenile Relays, Masters & U/23 Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Nov 10 – Munster Juvenile Uneven Age & Senior Cross-Country Championships – Cork

Nov 17 – Munster Juvenile Inter-Club & Masters Cross-Country Championships – Kerry

Nov 24 – National Juvenile Even Age & Senior & Junior Cross-Country Championships – Dublin

Nov 26 – County Post Primary Schools Cross-Country Championships – Thurles

Dec 01 – Munster Juvenile B & Intermediate Cross-Country Championships – Two-Mile-Borris

Dec 08 – County Juvenile B & Novice B Cross-Country Championships – Moyne

Dec 15 – National Juvenile Uneven Age & Novice Cross-Country – TBC

Notes Week Ending 01/09/2019

Cross Country Training

Training for the forthcoming cross-country season has commenced for all juvenile athletes from 7 years of age.  Training takes place on Tuesday and Friday nights at 7.30pm.  We hope to see all athletes back in action.  New members are always welcome.  The first cross country fixture of the season is the County Primary Schools Cross Country on Thursday September 26 with the first Championship taking place on Sunday October 6.  Our novice athletes will also be in action on the same day so all our men and ladies should also be getting back into action. 

Lotto

Congratulations to Maria Ryan who was the winner of €20 in the Lucky Dip.   Many thanks to everyone who has and continues to support the club by being members of the lotto.  This is very much appreciated. 

5k Run/Walk

The club helped in organising a 5k Run/Walk for the local Defibrillator Group.  The parish has five defibrillators and there is ongoing expense in relation to their upkeep.  Many thanks to all the club members and athletes who turned out in support of the event.  Well done to Liam Kelly and Louise Fogarty the individual winners.  If any member of the club still wishes to contribute to the fundraiser, please give your donation to John Flynn. 

Transfer

The club wishes the best of luck to Dylan McLoughlin who has opted to continue his training and running with Kilkenny City Harriers.  Dylan’s transfer was ratified at the recent Tipperary Athletics Board meeting. 

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