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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Smyth wins Schools Double

Mark Smyth wrote himself into the history books in Tullamore as he claimed the 100/200 metre double at the Irish Life Health All Ireland Schools. Smyth was slow out of the blocks in the 100 metres, though quickly clawed back the ground he lost on Presentation Athenry’s Cillin Greene. The final 40 metres were all Smyth’s as he forced his way past Greene to win by a whisker with both…

03/06/2017
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Dublin Juvenile T&F Championship

The Dublin juvenile track and field championships are taking place on the weekend of June 9th and 10th. The schedule of events is as follows, Friday 9th June Morton Stadium Santry 7pm Under 10 500 metres Under 11 600 metres Under 12 600 metres Under 14 800 metres Saturday 10th June Tallaght track 12.15 finals from any of the above races 1pm Under 12 60 metre heats Under 13 80…

29/05/2017
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