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…


Juvenile Training Resumes September 11

Our juvenile athletes will be starting back in Manor House on September 11. Please note our training sessions will be switching to a Tuesday night. 1st-3rd class will be at 5:30pm and 4th-6th class will be at 6:30pm. Demand for places is high, and if anybody does not intend returning in September, can you let us know ASAP. Any young athletes looking to join can email their details (Name, D.O.B,…


Maher & Farrelly land All-Ireland Schools Gold

The 2018 All-Ireland schools track and field championship saw Raheny Shamrock athlete’s collect two gold, three silver and a bronze medal. St. Fintan’s High School Sutton Michael Farrelly took 200 metre gold and 100 metre silver in the intermediate boy’s grade. Sean L’Estrange made it a Fintan’s 1-2 in the 200 metres taking silver. Sean Maher throw of 55.48 metres grabbed gold in the Intermediate hammer for the St.David’s Artane…


Leinster School’s T&F Day Two

Raheny Shamrock athlete’s grabbed six medals on day two of the Leinster schools track & field championships in Santry. Sutton Park School’s Kim O’Hare took gold in the senior triple jump posting 11.14 metres. While Holy Faith Clontarf’s Aoibhinn McGoldrick took silver in the senior 800 metres posting 2:15.25. At the intermediate grade there was gold for Belvedere College’s Scot Meaney in the long jump with a best jump of…