The AAI juvenile competition booklet has details of provisional times for each event on the various days of the All-Irelands.
Check out http://www.athleticsireland.ie/content/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/juvenile-book-2009-june.pdf – pages 20-32.
The U9, U10 and U11 age groups are in action on next Sat 27th June in Templemore. See pages 20-22 of above booklet. Summary:-
– relays commence at 2pm
– other events commence at 11am
If you are in an individual event, please be there at least one hour before your event in case the program starts early. All sprinters need to be there by 10am. For long jump and ball throw, assume that boys and girls will be in action at the same time on different pits and that it will take 30 minutes for each age group to complete. If in doubt, aim to arrive by 10am!
If you are in a relay, please be there by 12.30pm at the very latest in case the relays are brought forward to an earlier time.
AA route planner indicates Templemore is 1 hr 38 mins from Craughwell so best to allow 2 hours as AA route planner may be estimating for a turbo-charged sports car and mightn't have been updated since the recession left gaping pot-holes in many of our roads! The route it suggests is via Portumna, then Birr, then Roscrea.
For older age groups, there are 3 days for the individual events and the relays are on the 4th day (Sunday 19 July) – all in Tullamore.