Congratulations Aisling!

Well done to Aisling who won three gold medals at the 2018 Special Olympics Ireland Finals. This event was held over four days and the track and field competition was held in Morton Stadium over the Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Aisling Maher had a busy three days competing for Team Munster in both the 100m and Turbo Javelin. Aisling qualified from her 100m heat on Friday and saw off her competitors on Sunday morning to take the gold medal in the 100m. Aisling had a busy weekend as she was also a crucial member of 4x100m Munster relay who saw off Leinster and the second Munster team to claiming gold. Aisling ran the third leg of the relay and the team ran a very fast 1.01 to claim the top podium position. As well as Aisling’s gold in the sprint events, Aisling also won the Turbo Javelin on Saturday. Well done Aisling for the great performance over the weekend!


Michael Cahill Memorial Run, Ballingarry

The Michael Cahill 5k was held in Ballingarry by Coolquill AC and we had 8 athletes compete on the night. The race was won by David Mansfield of Clonmel AC and Grace Rielly (Portlaoise AC) was the first lady home on the night. The first Moyne competitor to finish was Patrick Bowe followed by Martin Kiely, Sharon Cantwell, Sharon Kiely, Frances Long, Deirdre Kearney, Catherine Dunne and Breda McNamara. Well done to everyone who participated.


Upcoming Fixtures

Moyne AC. 70th Anniversary Games: 12th July; Moyne Sportsfield

This event is one not to be missed and a big day in all Moyne AC’s athlete’s diary. This evening of competition is a celebration of the clubs achievements in the last 70 years. The evening’s proceedings include a men’s mile and a female 800m with cash prizes for the winner of both events and a substantial €300 bonus if 4 minutes and 2:05 minutes are broken in the men’s mile and female 800m.  This opportunity is not to be missed; contact Moyne AC through Facebook, phone or e-mail if interested in participating or helping out on the night.


Cork City Sports; Juvenile 300m Gala

The international track and field Cork City Sports will take place on Monday the 16th of July and this year there will be a 300m event for athletes born in the years 2000 to 2005. This is a unique opportunity for young athletes to compete in the same meet as top class international athletes and Olympians. Athletes competing in the Juvenile 300m Gala must be at CIT track by 4:45pm. Registration will take place between 4:45pm and 5:15pm. Races commence with the girls & boys under 14 age group, followed by U13, U12, U11, U10 and will finish with the girls & boys U9.


Community Lotto

There were no winners of this week’s lotto. Once again, continued thanks to all those who donate so generously.