Tailteann Games Silver for Beveridge

Daniel Beveridge took silver at the Tailteann games with a personal best of 40.88 metres before going onto finish seventh in the shot put with a throw of 12.15 metres. Jamie Sheridan landed 400 metre bronze and was part of the Leinster which won the 4×400 metre. Elsewhere Hugh Flood took fourth place in the hammer with a best of 49.41 metres. While Sean Maher threw a personal best of…

24/06/2017
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Dublin Juvenile Championship Day 4

From Anne Buckley A Great ding dong battle in the under 15 hammer where Sean Maher and Hugh Flood continued their recurring battle. This time Sean Maher was life the gold with a personal best of 51 meters.73 centimetres, 13 centimetres further than Hugh Food who also threw a personal best. The battle will resume next Saturday June 24th in the Tailteann games. Cillian Power won the under 15 hammer…

16/06/2017
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Dublin Juvenile Championship Day 2 & 3

From Damien Wall & Kay Bannon Sean Flynn made the breakthrough in the 3,000 metres finishing a close second after a photo finish. Sean’s hard work paid off after a string of fourth place finishes over the years. Caoimhe Flynn double up for silver in the 800 metres and third in the 400 metres. Caoimhe always works hard at training and is now getting the success she deserves. A role model on and…

13/06/2017
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Dublin Juvenile Championship Day One

Louise Keogh Reports from Morton Stadium. The Dublin juvenile championships kicked off on Friday night in Morton Stadium with races for the juvenile athletes. Raheny Shamrock were represented in the following age groups; Under 10 girls 500 metres Rachel Costello, Emily Keogh, Leah Power and Sarah Patterson Under 11 girls 600 metres Hannah Langan and Anna Foley Under 11 boys 600 metres Cian McLoughlin and Jason Dempsey Under 12 girls…

10/06/2017
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