Juvenile Training Returns September 11

Our juvenile athletes will be returning to training 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, can you let us know ASAP. Any young athletes looking to join can email their details (Name, D.O.B, class, contact phone…


Medals A Plenty At National Juvenile Championship

Gold, Silver and Bronze is the report from day three of the All-Ireland juvenile track and field championship. Sean Maher won the under-17 boys hammer with a best of 57.57 metres while Hugh Flood took bronze with a best of 47.92 metres. While Conor Flanagan took silver in the under-16 boys Pole Vault posting 2.60 metres, just .20 metres off gold. For the record Robert Higgins took of Na Fianna…


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 Farelly win out in a new championship best of…


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…