Wednesday, 20 May 2015

Fintan Walsh's weekly blog

Diamond League placing for Thomas Barr

On  Friday last Thomas Barr (Ferrybank AC) finished in third place in the 400m Hurdles in a world class time of 48.99 seconds at the IAAF Diamond League Meeting in Doha Qatar.  He was drawn in lane seven for the race with two of the pre-race favourites Bershawn Jackson (USA) and Javier Culson (Puerto Rico) drawn inside him. Despite the explosive start by Jackson, Barr ran his own race and stormed through the field over the last 100m to finish in third place in a time of 48.99. just behind Culson. Jackson won the race in a world leading time of 48.09 with Culson second in 48.96 seconds.  Both Jackson (2008) and Culson (2012) claimed the bronze medals at the last two Olympic Games. so Thomas was in good company.The time for Thomas was well inside the qualifying standard of 49.40 for next years Olympics and closes in on his own Irish record of 48.90 which he set last year. It is a big year for Thomas with the IAAF World Track and Field Championships in Beijing in August the major goal. His  next Race is in Oordegem in Belgium on Saturday next

 Munster Schools titles aplenty won

Athletes from Waterford schools won fifteen titles at the Munster Schools Championships at Cork IT Track on Saturday last. The following were the winners;Senior; Steven Walsh St Declan's  Kilmacthomas 200 metres with a p.b. of 22.41 Michael Dineen Newtown School shot putt,  Seamie  Fennell St Augustine's pole vault. Intermediate; Diarmuid Clancy Mean Scoil San Nioclás 400 metres hurdles, Eoghan Flynn CBS  Dungarvan  discus and javelin, Dion Ryan Waterpark high jump,  Órla O'Connor  Waterpark walk, Órlaith O'Brien Ursuline javelin, Ryan O'Neill St Augustine's pole vault. Junior; Ruth Heery Waterpark walk,Rachel Stephens Gael Scoil Phortlairge discus, Craig Cloona St Augustine's pole vault. Minor; Jake Bagge Ard Scoil na Mara Tramore 800 m, Sarah Jacob Ursuline shot putt. Phoebe Murphy Presentation Clonmel who does her  club running with Ferrybank won the senior 100 and 200 metres both inside European Junior standards. Many silver and bronze medals were also won and full results on Munster schools athletics website

  Faithlegg win for  Brian Murphy

Over 200 competed in the Faithlegg Golf Course 5 miles run last Friday and Brian Murphy Carrick on Suir won in 26 minutes 53 seconds, Ian O'Byrne was second in 28.17 and PJ Scollard third in 28.50 both Waterford AC. First lady home was Órna Murray Ferrybank in 31.21,  Maebh Savage was second in 33.50 and Joan Mahony third in 34.27 both Waterford AC. The category winners were as follows Men; junior  Zac Daly Faithlegg GC, M40 Seamus Doyle Balance Fitness,  M45 Rd Hayes Waterford, M 50 Michael Clarke Saturday Road runners, M 55 Walter Keane Waterford  Women F 35 Katherine Grant Balance Fitness, F 40 Catriona Gough Focus on Fitness, F45 Jacinta Brazil Waterford, F50 Una Ui Mhuirithe( Ind)

Other Results

Niamh Whelan Ferrybank was second in the 100 metres  in 12.45 seconds and third in the 200 metres in 25.18 at the AAI Games in Santry on Sunday  running into a strong headwind in both events. Noel Murphy Waterford AC won the Stoneyford 10 km on Sunday last in 33 minutes 57 seconds Adele Walsh St Senan's was first lady home in 38.52 and Kate Nolan Focus on Fitness was third in 40.25.

Oordegem meeting

 Following athletes from Ferrybank to compete in Oordegem , Saturday Phoebe Murphy 100m, Kelly Proper 200m, ( to be confirmed ) Niamh Whelan 100m & 200m, Thomas Barr 400m hurdles.   Ferrybank  ladies compete in the first round of the league on Sunday in  Templemore  with a below strength team..

County Championships Day 2

Sunday next with an 11 am start the second day of the County Juvenile Championships are at the RSC. Sprint hurdles will start off the day on the track and these events require lots of preparation, someone trying them out first time on Sunday is not recommended in any age group.All clubs are long aware that athletes can compete in their own age groups in individual events but can move up just ONE age group for relays. With all clubs helping out with officials like day 1 it should be a smooth running event and athletes being allowed to leave a field event to compete in a running event adds to the smoothness also.

Ardmore 5 Miles

This Friday  May 22 nd the 20 th Annual An Tobar Bar 5 miles road race is in Ardmore Co Waterford at 8 pm, its another race in the Ger Wyley Sports Skins Series, entries in Ardmore GAA Pavilion from 7 pm. also  Gaultier Community Games Evening at RSC 6.30 pm. Competitors from Passage,Cheekpoint and Dunmore areas only contact 087 6889330.

Track and Field in May

Saturday next May 23 rd Munster Under 9 to 19 Relays Ennis, Saturday and Sunday May 23  rd and 24 th National Combined Events senior, junior, youths, masters,  Templemore, Sunday 24 th First Round National league, Saturday 30 th All Ireland Schools Track and Field Championships  Tullamore

More Road Races

Friday June 5 th Deadmans 5 Miles Carrick on Suir 7.30 pm Outfield Sports Series, Sunday June 7 th Little South 4 miles in Kilmacow 2 pm. Sunday June 14 th Pink Rock 10 km New Ross area 12 noon.

Summer Camp

Forest Feast Athletic Summer Camps will give children aged 6 to 12- this age group only- a chance to try a whole range of fun athletic activities track and field for a week and one such camp is being organised at the RSC from June 29 th to July 3 rd  by Ferrybank AC on behalf of Athletics Ireland. it is open to children from all clubs or children from no clubs at all. Cost per week €50 with a €10 discount for a second child. T Shirt,Water Bottle,Spike Bag, medal and cert included  Contact 087 6889330 and please book early to avoid disappointment. See Athletics Ireland  website for further details.

Treacy's record broken

In Stretford in England last Saturday 17 years old Kevin Mulcaire Ennis broke John Treacy's 40 year old record in the Irish junior 5000 metres by two seconds his time was14.02.30

Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Fintan Walsh's weekly blog

Thomas Barr in Diamond League  on Friday

Doha in Qatar is the venue on Friday for a round of the Diamond League and Thomas Barr runs in a top class field in the 400 metres hurdles. On recent form Thomas may run his fastest ever 400 m hurdles there and can gain a podium position. Niall Tuohy has two races lined up in England on Friday in Stretford and Tuesday next in Manchester both over 800 metres and Niamh Whelan is in the AAI games on Sunday.

Munster Schools Finals

Cork CIT track hosts the Munster Secondary Schools Track and Field finals on Saturday next and lots of boys and girls from Waterford schools will compete there, first event of a very long day will be at 9.30 am, full timetable on Munster schools Athletic website. On Sunday Waterford will be represented in the AAI Games In Santry first event 11.30 am see  Athletic Ireland Website for time table.

Two wins in France

On Sunday last at a meeting in France Ben Kiely won a 400 metres hurdles in a tome of 52.22 well up to his best time and Niamh Whelan won her 200 metres race in a very windy conditions in 25,67.

County Championships Day One

The RSC on Sunday last was the venue for the County Track and Field Championships for juveniles section 1 and all the clubs in the county were represented. Competition was keen in the majority of events and alll clubs got among the medals.One athlete had four wins Sarah Obullo Wateford AC under 9 and trebles were recorded by the following athletes,Caoimhe Dwyer do under 17,  Denise O'Connor Tramore u 18, Jake Bagge Ferrybank u 15, Radeem Eddy Waterford u 10,Fifteen had doubles and these were Girls, Kianna Fitzgerald u 10, Molly Comerford u 11, Praise Oweye u 12, all Ferrybank, Sarah Heery u 12 , Emily O'Mahony u15 both Waterford, Aoife O'Brien u 14, Aoife Hamilton u 18 both West Waterfor'  Boys Tadg Corcoran u 9, Jack Corcoran u 12, Cathal Scanlon all Waterford. David Igwe,u 11 Hassan Ali u 16, Cormac Mc Cann u 18  all Ferrybank, Shane Monagle Tramore and Eoghan Flynn West Waterford. For Finisk Valley there were wins by  Cian Moore u 9 and Chloe Morrissey u 10 and for An Ghaeltacht by Liosa Keevers u 10.  Full set of results now with all clubs. 
Waterford  boys tops

Athletes from Waterford schools dominated the East Munster Boys Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships at the RSC on Wednesday last The following had doubles;Senior Steven Walsh St Declan'sKilmacthomas 200 and 400 metres, Michael Dineen Newown school shot putt and javelin, Jamie Mc Kelvey St Augustine's hammer and discus, Intermediate; Eoghan Flynn Dungarvan CBS shot putt and discus, Diarmuid Clancy Mean Scoil San Nioclás 400 metres and 400 metres hurdles,James Murphy Árd Scoil na Mara Tramore high jump and triple jump. Minor; Jake Bagge Árd Scoil na Mara 200 and 1500 metres. St Augustine's won the intermediate and senior cups and De La Salle were best overall.The following were the other winners;Senior 100 m Senan Freyne  St Augustine's,800 m Aaron Vogelaar Newtown,1500 m Sean Curran Dungarvan CBS, 3000 m Fiachra O'Mahony De La Salle, Steeplechase Liam Reilly St Augustine's, pole vault Seamie Fennell do Relay St Augustine's. Intermediate 200 m OisínKiely Árd Scoil na Mara, shot putt Sean Murray Dungarvan CBS, pole vault Andrej Oloh St Augustine,s,1500 m Jamie Mc Carthy St Declan's ,3000 m Miceál Power St Augustines, steeplechase,Tom Looby do hammer Ciaran O' Maileoin do, relay St Declan's. Junior;1500 m Aaron Donnelly Abbey CC, pole vault Craig Cloona St Augustine's, javelin Hassan Ali De La Salle..Relay De La Salle. Minor ,shot putt Samuel Matte Waterpark, 1500 m  Senan Travers St Augustine's.

Tom Jordan Memorial

195 competed in the 5 th Annual Tom Jordan Memorial 5 miles road race in Portlaw on Friday last in wet conditions, race 2 of the Outfield Sports 3 County Challenge Series.The impressive winner was Kevin Maunsell Clonmel AC in 24 minutes 55 seconds,.David Mansfield Garda and Clonliffe Hrs was second in 25.15 and Brian Murphy Carrickon Suir was third in 25.24. First lady home in 29.54 was Clare Annan Clonmel,second was Sylvia Malone Waterford AC in 30.24 and Anna Leigh Hore Kilmore Co Wexford was third in 30.51.Locals to win their age categories were as follows; Men o 40 Frank Quinlan,o 45 Richard Hayes both Waterford,o 50 Ray Hahessy West Waterford, o 55 Walter Keane Waterford.junior Mark Condon do Ladies o 35 Maebh Savage do, o 50 Liz Nolan o 55 Bernie Prendergast West Waterford.The proceeds went to Portlaw Branch Irish Red Cross.

Track and Field Fixtures May

Saturday next 16 th Munster Schools Track and Fielld Championships Cork IT 9.30 am, Sunday  next 17 th AAI Games Santry,  Saturday May 23 rd Munster Under 9 to 19 Relays Ennis, Saturday and Sunday May 23  rd and 24 th National Combined Events senior, junior, youths, masters Templemore  Sunday 24 th First Round National league, Saturday 30 th All Ireland Schools Track and Field Championships

Road Races

Friday May 15 th Faithlegg Golf Course 5 Miles 7 pm, Friday May 22 nd Ardmore  5 miles 8 pm Ger Wyley Series

Tuesday, 5 May 2015

Fintan Walsh's weekly blog

Philip Harty wins Waterford to Tramore Run

Over 400 competed in the 46 th Annual Bluewall Technology Paddy Flanagan Memorial Road Race from Waterford to Tramore on Saturday last in miserable weather conditions. Two runners broke away just after the start Philip Harty West Waterford and Mick Traynor Raheny and they were together for 5 miles or so but Harty then stepped up the pace and went on to win easily,with Noel Murphy Waterford taking the third spot Órna  Murray   Ferrybank led the ladies home from Adele Walsh St Senan's and Sylvia Malone Waterford.The following were the results;Men 1st Philip Harty West Waterford  39.minutes 31 seconds, 2 nd  Mick Traynor Raheny 40.21,3rd  Noel Murphy Waterford  41.19, Junior  Cormac O' Dwyer  IND  M 40  Frank Quinlan Waterford  M 45 Michael  Dunford West Waterford  M 50 Ray Hahesy do  M 55 Walter Keane Waterford 47.20 M 60 Jim O' Connor  IND  51.09 Team West Waterford. Women  1st Orna Murray  Ferrybank 45.56  2nd Adele Walsh St Senan's 47.18 3 rd Sylvia Malone Waterford 47.20 F.35 Mary Molloy    Carrick On Suir  F40 Corinna Walsh West Waterford  48.44 F 45 Ann Dunford  West Waterford  F50 Siobhan Kennedy Focas On Fitness F 55 Assumpta Kirwan  INDTeam St Joseph's.Mrs Mary Flanagan special prize Con Kelleher Waterford AC  The event was race 3 of the Ger Wyley Sports Skins series.The prizes were presented by Mrs Mary Flanagan and also Derek Tebay on behalf of the sponsors.On behalf of the the organisers Waterford AC Chairman Trevor Walsh thanked the sponsor, Gardai, Stewards, First Aid Unit Tramore GAA Club, Waterford Theatre Royal, West Waterford AC and ladies serving the refreshments and all who competed
Waterford Schools Dominate

At the East Munster Secondary Schools Girls Track and Field Championships in Templemore last Wednesday athletes from Waterford Schools won several events. Two set new records in winning their events Órlaith O'Brien,Ursuline in the intermediate javelin with a throw of 46.31 metres and Ruth Heery also from Ursuline in the walk in  Another Ursuline athlete had a double Sinéad O' Regan in the long and high jump intermediate The following were the winners from Waterford schools; Senior triple jump Alice Costelloe Árd Scoil na Mara,high jump Neasa Murphy do, Intermediate high jump and long jump Sinead O'Regan  Ursuline, Steeplechase and 800 m Aoife  Ni Urmholtaigh  Mean Scoil San   Nioclás, shot putt Anne Corcoran Ursuline, 200  m Katie Murphy Abbey CC, 1500 m Krista Meade Ursuline, hurdles Hanafi Busairi Árd Scoil na Mara, Walk Órla O'Connor Ursuline, Discus Ruth Heery do, javelin Órlaith O'Brien do,pole vault Maura Gallagher St Augustine's triple jump Caoimhe Dwyer St Augustine's Junior walk Ruth Heery Ursuline, discus Rachel Stephen's Gael Scoil Phortlairge, hammer Emily Myers Waterpark ,pole vault   Aoife Lai St Augustine's,long jump  Clodagh Mc Guire St Paul's, triple jump Aimee Hutchinson Waterpark, Minor shot putt Sarah Jacob Ursuline.

Birmingham win for Hayley
Hayley Fitzimmons Ferrybank AC a native of  the Portlaw are won the javelin and was second in the shot putt and discus in the Dwarf Association UK Games in Birmingham last Saturday, she is a very competitive young lady.

Fast 400 leg by Barr.

Competng for Ireland at the World 4 x 400 metres relay Championship in Bahamas last week end Thomas Barr ran a very fast  leg being timed at 45.13 seconds- the fastest by the team members- but unfortunately an understrength Irish team didn’t make the final
County Championships begin

Sunday next May 10 th is the date for Section 1 of the County Track and Field Championships at the RSC and they begin at 11 am sharp. Lots of events on the programme and all clubs asked to help out by supplying officials.If there are enough officials the programme can be run off smoothly and in a reasonable time.Clubs are asked to have their athletes well aware of the programme of events before arriving at the RSC.First track events are hurdles under 18 down to under 15;followed by

Schools Fixtures

This Wednesday May 6 th the East Munster Boys Secondary Schools Track and FieldChampionships are at the RSC at 11.30 am with many athletes from Waterford Schools participating and the Munster finals are at Cork IT Track on Saturday May 16 th

Portlaw 5 Miles

Race 2 of the Outfield Sports 3 County Challenge Series the Tom Jordan Memorial 5 Miles is in Portlaw on Friday next May 8 th at 7.30 pm.entries from 6 pm in Portlaw on the evening  On Friday May 15 th at 7 pm on Faithlegg Golfe Course a 5 miles run takes place entries on

Community Games 

This Friday also at 6.30 pm the Gaultier Community Games Athletic Night will be at the RSC. Events for boys and girls u 8, u 10, u 12 , u 14, u 16 and u 17 marathon . Athletes must be under a particular age on July 31 st and must be living in Faithlegg/Passage/Dunmore areas contact number 087 6889330

Late Eddie Maher

The death took place recently of Mr Eddie Maher Ballycordrea in his 93 rd year.The late Eddie competed regularly with Dunhill AC in the nineteen forties and fifties in Cross Country and road races He maintained a very big interest all his long life in athletics, locally,nationally and Internationally and up to a year ago lived a very active life on his farm and it was always a pleasure to meet him..All in Waterford athletics send their sympathy to his family and relatives.  

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Fintan Walsh's weekly blog

USA win for Thomas Barr

On Friday last Thomas Barr Ferrybank had a fine win at a meeting in Florida. Competing in the 400 metres hurdles race at the Tom Jones Memorial meeting he won the event in a very good time of 49.08 seconds,( his best ever time is 48.96) in second place was American Eric Futch who clocked 49.45 and Jack Green from Great Britain was third in 49.85. The time Thomas recorded is well inside the qualifying standard of 49.50 for the World Championships in Beijing next August. Thomas competes on the Irish 4 x 400 m relay team at the World Relay Championships in Bahamas this week end. Unfortunately the team is not as strong as it could be as Mark English is not running and two other members are not in as good a form as last year.If the team were to reach the final in Bahamas they would automatically qualify for next years Olympics. In Limerick on Saturday last at the Thomond Games three Ferrybank athletes competed. Niall Tuohy won the 800 metres in and 400 metres,Phoebe Murphy was third in the 200 metres in ,she was also a member of the Irish Junior relay team that clocked a time of 46.17 seconds which is inside the European junior standard,.Órlaith O'Brien won the javelin ..

Hayley's double

At the Irish Wheelchair Games In Morton Stadium Dublin on Saturday last Hayley Fitzimmons from Portlaw who competes with Ferrybank AC won the Discus and Javelin and was 3 rd in the Shot Putt with a personal best  At the Penn Relays in Philadelphia also on Saturday Kevin Cooper was 8 th in the mile in 4 minutes 6.87

Munster Juvenile Combined Events

Evan Hayes Waterford AC was third in the Munster under 3 Combined Event in Cork on Sunday and 4 th placings were secured by two other Waterford AC boys Cathal Scanlon u 14 and Jack Corcoran u 12 ,Mollie Comerford was 5 th u 11 and in the Munster junior 400 metres Sean Whittle Ferrybank was 4 th.

Ferrybank 10 Km a great success

The Angela  Burns Memorial 10 km road race organised by Ferrybank GAA in brilliant weather on Sunday last was a great success with over 400 participating. A course which took in parts of South Kilkenny was ideal for the event and it was well stewarded. Brian Murphy Carrick on Suir easily won the race in 33.46 with Owen Whelan Mt SionGAA club second in 38.07 and Shane Curtin Ferrybank was third in 39.05. Elaine O'Donovan was first lady home in 41.28, Aisling Ferguson was second in 43.30 First Ferrybank GAA man home was John Byrne in 43.09. The first three in the juvenile race were 1 Cian Kavanagh,2 Sean Heffernan and 3 Ruari McGarrity
Faugheen 5 Km details

163 competed on Friday last in the first race in the Outfield Sports 3 County Challenge Series the Faugheen 5 Km in County Topperary. The overall winner was David Mansfield Garda AC who is stationed in Dungarvan and his time was 15 minutes 28  seconds, Niall Sheil St Killian's Wexford was second in 15.45 and Noel Murphy Waterford was third in 15.49 . First lady home was Siobhán O'Doherty  Borrisokane in 17.15 Clare Annan Clonmel was second in 18.28 and Maebh Savage Waterford AC was third in 19.19 Local athletes to figure in the age categories were as follows Men over 45 P J Guinan West Waterford, o 60 Joe Gough do,Ladies 0 35 Joan Mahony Waterford o 55 Bernie Prendergast West Waterford

County Secondary Schools Championships

The RSC was the venue on Wednesday April 22 nd  for the County Secondary Schools Track and Field Championships and several athletes had doubles and girls to win two titles each were Senior/Inter Anne Corcoran Ursuline, Órla QueallyÁrd Scoil na Mara Tramore, Junior Rachel Stephen's, Gael Scoil Phortlairge, Minor Sophie Meade Ursuline  Boys Senior/Inter Barry Keane St Declan's KilmacthomasEoghan Flynn CBS Dungarvan Junior Lance Baylan and Hassan Ali both De La Salle and minor Cathal Scanlon St Declan's and James Delahunty Waterpark. Ursuline won the girls Trophy and De La Salle the boys, the full results are with all schools

Primary School Sports

Hundreds of children from schools in the city and surrounding areas took part in the Annual Waterford City Primary School Sports run by Ferrybank AC at the RSC on Tuesday April 21 sh in brilliant weather and lots of parents were on hand to witness a great few hours sport. The following were the winners of the various cups. Best Boys Large School Ballygunner 2 nd Ferrybank 3 rd St Declan's , Best Large Girls School St Ursula's Ursuline Convent, 2 nd St John of God 3 rd Ballygunner. Best Small School Gael Scoil Phortlairge 2 nd St Stephen's 3 rd Passage. The following were the individual winners GIRLS under 8 80 m Petra Igwe  Ursuline 300 m race 1: Hannah HennebryPortlaw,300m race 2 Sarah AbulloBallygunner 300m Race 3 Áine Power, Rathgormack  Relay Ursuline. Boys U8 8O m David ImirenFerrybank 300m race 1 Daniel Byrne, St Saviours 300m Race 2 Tadhg CorcoranGaelscoil na Déise 300m Race 3 David Imiren , Ferrybank Relay do  Girls U9 80m Tiffany Hlukaku , Mercy 300m  Race 1 NiamhScanlon,Mercy 300m race 2 Tiffany Hlukaku, Mercy 300m Race 3 Amila ShvarikovaBallygunner Relay St John Of God.Boys U9 80 m Redeem Eddy,St Declans 300 m race 1 Romeo Akachukwu 300m race 2 Sean ByrneFerrybank 300m race 3 Radeem Eddy, St Declan’s Relay Scoil Lorcain Girls U10 80m Orlaith Walsh,Passage East 300m race 1 Molly Comerford, Ursuline 300m race 2 Faith Hannigan, St Saviour’s 300m Race 3 Gloria Ojim, Ursuline Relay Ballygunner BOYS U10 80m David IgweScoil Lorcain 300m race 1:Ryan Tioffo Scoil Lorcain 300m race 2 Jake Coffey, St Declan’s 300m race 3 Gavin Power,St Stephen’s Relay Ballygunner Girls u11 80 m Rafietol Aditia , Mercy 500m  Katie NolkeBallygunner Relay Ballygunner Boys U11 80m Jack CorcoranGaeilscoil Na nDeise 500m Mark ImirenFerrybank Relay. Ferrybank Girls U12 80M Paula Igwe, Ursuline 500m Rachel Walsh, Butlerstown Relay Ursuline Boys U12 80m Victory Eddy,St Declan’ 500m Jamie BrasilScoil Lorcain Relay St Declan’s Girls O12 80m Jody TuohyGaeilscoil Phortlairge 600m Una O' ByrneGaeilscoil Phortlairge Relay St John of God Boys O12 80m Jerkins Johnson, St Stephen’s 600m  Eoin Hearne, St Declan’s Relay St Stephen’s Note Two schools are called St Mary's and these are Ballygunner and Ferrybank and this can cause problems with results perhaps next year they be called Ferrybank and Ballygunner just a suggestion for clarity.

Waterford to Tramore Run on Saturday

Saturday next May 2 nd is the date for this years Annual Blue Wall Technology Paddy Flanagan Memorial Road Race from Waterford to Tramore and it starts near Waterford City Hall at 7 pm sharp. Entries on Total Timing and all who enter online beforehand will go in to a draw for a €400 Barbecue Very limited number of entries taken on night. Anyone competing please make arrangements with someone to take your gear to Tramore

 Secondary Schools Fixtures

Wednesday April 29 th East Munster Girls Templemore 12 noon. Wednesday May 6 th East Munster Boys RSC 11.30 am..

County Championships in RSC 

 Sundays May 10 th and Sunday May 24 th full programme with all clubs long ago, please distribute it around to the people training your athletes.

Friday, 24 April 2015

County Championships May 10th & 24th

Day One – Sunday May 10th 11am RSC
Entry Fee : Juveniles €3
Track Events
400m Hurdles:  U18 (Boys)
300m Hurdles:  Girls & Boys U17, U18 (Girls)
250m Hurdles:  Girls & Boys U15, U16
60m:  Girls & Boys U9, U10, U11, U12
80m:  Girls & Boys U13, U14
100m:  Girls & Boys U15, U16, U17, U18
300m:  Girls & Boys U9
500m:  Girls & Boys U10
600m:  Girls & Boys U11, U12, U13
400m:  Girls & Boys U17, U18
1500m:  Girls & Boys U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
Relays:  Girls & Boys 4x100m U9, U11, U13, U15
Relay:  4 x 300m U18 (Girls)
Relay:  4 x 400 U18 (Boys)

Field Events
Long Jump (Girls & Boys):  U9, U10, U11, U12
Turbo Javelin (Girls & Boys):  U12, U11, U10, U9
High Jump (Girls):  U12, U13, U14, U15, U16 U17, U18
Discus (Boys):  U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
Shot Putt (Girls):  U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
Javelin (Boys):  U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18

Day Two – Sunday May 24th 11am RSC
Entry Fee : Juveniles €3
Track Events
60m Hurdles:   Girls & Boys U9, U10, U11, U12, U13
75m Hurdles:   Girls & Boys U14
80m Hurdles:   Girls & Boys U15, Girls U16
100m Hurdles: Boys U16, U17, Girls U17, U18
110m Hurdles:   Boys U18
Walks 2000m:   Girls U14, U15, U16   Boys U14, U15
Walks 3000m:   Girls U17, U18   Boys U16, U17, U18   
200m:   Girls & Boys U9, U10, U11, U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
800m:   Girls & Boys U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
Relays:  Girls & Boys 4x100m U10, U12, U14, U16, U18
3000m:  Boys U16, U17 Girls & Boys U18

Field Events
Long Jump (Girls & Boys):  U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
High Jump (Boys):  U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
Triple Jump: Boys U15, Girls & Boys U16, U17, U18
Discus (Girls):  U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
Shot Putt (Boys):  U12, U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
Javelin (Girls):  U13, U14, U15, U16, U17, U18
Hammer (Girls & Boys):  U 14, U15, U16, U17, U18
Pole Vault: Girls & Boys U15, U16, U17, U18