The Raheny Shamrock men’s and women’s teams finished their indoor league campaigns off the medal pace in Abbotstown.
The women’s team finished in sixth place overall some 15 points off a medal while the men’s team finished sixth some 27 points off bronze.
Performance of the day came from Siobhan Eviston who won the 800 meters in 2:12.37 over a second clear of Claire Earls from Sli Cualann.
There were third place finishes for Aoibhinn McGoldrick in the 1500m posting 4:52.70, Aisling Drumgoole over 200m in 25.56 and Becky Wall threw 8.66 metres in the shot put.
Laura Fallon finished fourth in the Pole Vault with a best jump of 2.10 metres while in fifth place finishes Orla Comerford over 60m in 8.05 seconds and Lucy Barrett in 62.52 seconds of 400m.
The 4×200 metres team finished sixth in 1.50.01 with seventh place finishes for Aisling Carroll in the high jump with a best of 1.15m and Aisling Mumford in the long jump with a best of 3.52m.
For the men’s team Conor Bermingham took second place in the pole vault with a best of 3.90 metres.
There were fourth place for Sean O’Driscoll posting 7.03 seconds in 60 metres, with Kevin Byrne jumped 5.62m in the long jump and 1.75m in the high jump.
Simon Devenney took fifth place in the 1500 metres in 4:52.02 and sixth in the 800 metres in 2:11.59.
Dylan Kirwan posted 52.91 seconds to finish sixth in the 400 metres and Jamie Sheridan posted 23.99 for sixth in the 200 metres.
Conor Bermingham took seventh place in the triple jump with a best of 11.77m and Mick Hynes was sixth in the shot put with a best of 9.05 metres.
Meanwhile at the BHAA Garda cross-country race, Orla Gormley was the first home in the women’s race finishing ninth overall, just 93 seconds off race winner Irene Gorman.
Louise Keogh took 13th place with Sinead Lyons 42nd and Valerie Hand 65th.
In the men’s four mile race Brian Kelly was first in 39th place, Paul Cullen 83rd, David McDonnell 116th and Orla Lambe 127th.