National Medals and Records on Day 2

Club Records fell and eight medals were collected on day two of the National track and field championships in Santry Eric Favors took silver while breaking Liam Kennedy’s 37-year-old shot putt record of 15.24 metres. Favors best throw coming in the final round and measuring 16.45 metres. Galway City Harriers Sean Breathnach took gold with a best of 17.53 metres. Favors followed then took bronze in the discus and in…

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Clohisey Takes 10,000m Silver

Mick Clohisey wrapped up preparations for next month’s European Championship landing silver in the national 10,000 metres. Clohisey posted 29 minutes 34.89 seconds for silver, just behind another European Championship bound marathoner Stephen Scullion who clocked 29:34.89. It was two in a row for Clohisey, taking silver with Mark Kirwan taking fourth place in 30:17.80. The opening day of the 2018 National track and field championships saw plenty of good…

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John Fennell Memorial 2 Mile Results

Incorporating Round Eight of Lord Mayor Of Raheny Series Place Name Club Cat Time 1 Graham O’Dwyer Raheny Shamrock MS 10.27 2 Arnaud Beanjacar Liffey Valley M45 10.52 3 Brian Sexton Raheny Shamrock MS 10.53 4 John Clarke Raheny Shamrock M35 11.05 5 Simon Devenney Raheny Shamrock MS 11.23 6 Anthony Walsh Raheny Shamrock M35 11.31 7 Alan O’Flynn Raheny Shamrock M35 11.33 8 Sean Kelly Raheny Shamrock MS 11.34…

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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…

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