National Juvenile Indoor Championship Round-up

Some very good performances at the national juvenile indoor championships in AIT this weekend. In the girls U16 200m, Isable Twomey clocked 28.47 seconds in heat two. While in the U17 girls 400m Siomha Magee posted 66.39 in heat two. In the U13 600 metres Vivienne Lee clocked 1:49.32 in heat one and in heat two Maggie Foley posted 1:48.44. While in the U16 girls high jump Ella Keyes posted…


Final Curtain on Cross Country Season

The Schools Cross Country year staged its final examinations up North in Mallusk, Belfast with Raheny interest centring on the boys and girls minor and the boys senior event. The qualification method in schools athletics is Olympian in design. The regional championships represent the 1st round heats, the provincials are semi-final with their demands and for those who manage to get through the first two rounds then the All-Ireland’s are…


Great Juvenile Indoor Success

Dublin Juvenile Indoor Championships 2022 February was a busy month for our Juvenile section with over 100 athletes ranging from u9 to u19 competing in the Dublin Indoors. The first weekend in February saw the u15 -u19 athletes compete.¬†We came home with medals from both track and field, paving the way for a strong track and field senior team in the future Medallists Siomha Magee bronze u17 400m Caroline Kavanagh…


Return of School Tests

After two years of frustration, competition finally returned to the Secondary Schools this week with the kicking off of the various qualification races that lead to the prestigious All-Ireland Schools. This being January, it was all about Cross Country. For the uninitiated there are three rounds, the provincial zone championships, the provincial championships and finally the All-Ireland championships. Thus it was that our clubs students depending on the locations of…