2023 Juvenile Cross Country Season

The 2023 cross country season for Raheny juveniles commenced in Lusk with the first Dublin cross country league race on September 17th and finished in Navan with the National Juvenile Uneven Ages Championships on December 3rd. Over 100 athletes competed for the club during this period (some did seven races over the space of 11 weekends!!). Dublin Cross Country Leagues Dublin cross country league races are held over three different…


12 Medals At Dublin Even Age Championship

The Dublin Juvenile Even Ages Cross Country Championships took place on Sunday in Abottstown before the Autumn Open. We had competitors in all age groups from u10 to u18, and had individual and team success at u10, u16 and u18 level. The u16s and u18s have now qualified for the National Cross Country Championships in Gowran on November 19th. Individual Medallists U10 girls – Neomie Ntoko U10 boys – Cian…


Juveniles shine at Dublin Championships

Sunday saw the last of the six days of the Dublin juvenile championships. It started back on May 27th in lovely sunny Tallaght with our smallest shamrocks competing in the team competition. Athletes are paired up and combined results determine finishing places. We had 24 teams enter, a record for the club! All the kids had a great experience. Our top results were;Eli Esim and Sam McGloin 1st Long Jump…


All-Ireland Schools Cross-Country Success

There was great success for Raheny athletes at the All-Ireland Schools cross country championship on Saturday. The St. Paul’s College Raheny junior boys team took silver. The team included three shamrock’s Conrad Latham, Odhran Fidegon and Donagh Kirwan. The team clocked 138 points and were just seven points behind gold medallist’s CBS Naas. The team is coached by Dick Hooper. In the senior girls race, Siomha Magee took 18th place…