Medals Tally-up At Juvenile Championship

Raheny athlete’s collected one gold, two silver and three bronze on day’s one and two of the national juvenile championship. On day one, Michael Farrelly and Sean L’Estrange battled it out in the under 17 100 metres. Posting a one – two in the heats, Farrelly winning out in 11.06 seconds with Sean L’Estrange second in 11.12 seconds. The final saw Final Farelly win out in a new championship best…

15/07/2018
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Dublin Juvenile Championship Round-Up

On day three of the Dublin juvenile championship Jordan Ibhanesebhor, Scott Meany, Michael Farrelly and Sean L’Estrange won the under 17 boys 4x100m relay. The under 19 girls took silver in the 4x400m the team was Triona Nic Dhonaill, Amie Ryan, Caelinn Ni Bhrionn, Chaoimhe Flynn and Ailish Carroll. On day 4 in Irishtown, Valerie Tsukanova won the under 17 Discus with a best of 19.22m. Jamie Sheridan and Caoimhe…

17/06/2018
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St. Fintan’s High School celebrate medals at All-Ireland Schools

Following on from a successful All-Ireland schools track and field championships, this is a beginning of a series looking closer at the success stories of the day. St. Fintan’s High School celebrate medals at All-Ireland Schools By Anne Buckley A St. Fintan’s 1-2 in the 200 metres was the highlight of the day at the All-Ireland Schools track and field championship In Tullamore. Michael Farrelly took gold 22.26 seconds with…

13/06/2018
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Dublin Juvenile Championships Underway

The juvenile track and field season continues over the next few weeks. Another episode of the Sean and Hugh show took place in Tallaght stadium on Friday night in the Dublin Juvenile Track & Field Championships. Sean Maher won the U17 hammer with 52.20 and Hugh Flood was second with 46.64. Also on Friday night Caoimhe Flynn took silver in u19 800 metres. Also competing well in 800s were Emer…

12/06/2018
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