What do you normally do on St. Stephens Day? Feeling a little full after the festivities of the previous day? Feeling a little remorseful at the thought of the extra lbs that the Christmas over-indulgence might have brought with it? Fancy getting some fresh air on St Stephen's Day for about 60 or 70 minutes? Fancy getting it when jogging the Athenry 10k the morning of St Stephen's Day? Read on before tearing up this message.
The club’s juvenile athletes and a handful of seniors travelled to Athlone for the first day of the Connacht cross-country finals – the uneven juvenile age groups and novice men.
There has been a change to the dates for the National finals of juvenile and novice cross country. National Cross Country Uneven Ages and Novices: This will be held on SATURDAY THE 9TH DEC 2006 AT 12.0 NOON IN ATHLONE I.T. The original plans for Dundalk on the 10th Dec are now scrapped. National AAI will issue the formal notification and forms etc. For those who are competing in the Regional Cross Country on Saturday 21 Oct, the course for the National…
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Craughwell AC had a huge turnout in the juvenile cross-country races at the Palace Grounds in Tuam last Sunday. A pleasant day ensued with none of the heavy mucky ground one might normally associate with cross country running.
Well done to the club's athletes who took part in the Connacht Primary Schools cross-country at Beleek Castle in Ballina last Saturday. There were some fantastic results, particularly for Craughwell NS who won the 3rd/4th class girls 800m and 5th/6th class girls 1000m team events. Linda Porter (Ballymana NS) equalled the club's best ever performance individually by taking the silver medal in the 5th/6th class girls 1000m. She was joined by youinger sister Laura in the individual medals with Laura…
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Check out http://www.athleticsloughrea.com/files/Loughrea5kResult.pdf for the results of the Loughrea 5k road race last Saturday. There was a good turnout from the club, with the men well represented but the ladies having a sole representative in the race!
It was a very busy week for Craughwell athletes, kicking off with the Primary Schools cross-country on Tuesday 26th Sept, followed by the All-Ireland Schools Combined Events on Saturday and the Galway juvenile cross-country on Sunday.