Cross Country Training
Sunday, October 4, sees the start of this year’s Cross-Country season with our juvenile athletes from U/10 to U/18 and our Novice athletes taking centre stage in Newport. With competition every weekend from then on it will be a busy time for our athletes and indeed their parents. Things will certainly be a bit different this year with Covid-19 but hopefully we can get through at least some of the events without any further restrictions. We urge all members to keep up to date with the rules and regulations that will be issued prior to competition in Newport.
With Covid-19 still very much with us this is a timely reminder for all club members, be they either juvenile or senior. Each time you are using the facility, either individually or as a group, you are reminded to fil out our health questionnaire and forward to our Covid Officer, Mark Dunne. The link to this form can be found on any of our What’s App group forums.
Winner this week was Ruth Phelan. Thanks to everyone for their continued support.
European Week of Sport
As part of European Week of Sport, Athletics Ireland’s Women in Sport webinar “Developing Ireland’s Fastest Woman – The Journey with Shane McCormack” takes place on Friday next, September 25 at 6.30pm via Zoom. Shane coaches Ireland’s fastest sprinter Phil Healy. For anyone interested in registering for the webinar, the link is https://form.jotform.com/202534068830351
04 October, County Even Age Juveniles & Novice – Newport
11 October, County Uneven Age Juveniles & Intermediate – Turnpike, Two-Mile-Borris
18 October, Munster Even Age Juveniles, U/23 & Novice – Turnpike, Two-Mile-Boris
25 October, County Juvenile Relays & Novice “B” – Thurles
01 November, County Senior & Junior – Clonmel (TBC)
08 November, Munster Uneven Age Juveniles, Junior & Senior – Clarecastle, Co. Clare
15 November, County Juvenile “B” U/23 & Masters – Galbally
29 November, Munster Juvenile “B”, Intermediate & Masters – Cork AAI County Grounds