Galway U17 Cross Country Champions 2014
Grainne McDaid, Dearbhaile Walsh, Ciara O’Boyle, Caron Ryan
There some marvellous performances in Tuam at the uneven age groups cross country championships, most notably Sean Connaughton who took the Galway title in the U13 2500m in his debut in club cross country and Caron Ryan who is going from strength to strength and added the U17 4000m title to the U16 one that she won last weekend. It was a super day also for Oisin Lyons who strode to victory in the U15 boys 3500m, for Evan Moran who took the title in the U9 boys 800m and for Ciara Greene who took the U19 Girls 4000m title. There were top 3 finishes also for Chloe Hallinan (U9 silver), Caoimhe Connolly (U11 silver), Niamh Niland (U13 bronze), Sean Cannon (U13 silver), Dearbhaile Walsh (U17 silver), Tiernan Burke (U17 silver) and Ben Garrard (U17 bronze).
Galway U13 Cross Country Champions 2014
U13 Girls – Galway Cross Country Silver Medalists 2014
The club also excelled in the team stakes with victory in the U9 girls as well the bronze medals, silver medals in the U9 boys, gold in the U11 girls, silver and bronze in the U11 boys, silver in the U13 girls, gold in the U13 boys, gold in the U15 boys and gold in the U17 girls.
Provisional results of the day are attached here:- GalwayCrossCountry2014Day2Results.pdf.
Well done to Tuam AC on hosting an excellent event.
Special mention to our youngest athletes who painted a sea of green and white singlets in the U9 races with no less than 34 athletes from the club completing the girls and boys 800m. Overall, the club had 80 athletes take part in the races – the largest of all participating clubs. Well done to all of our athletes and particularly well done to our hard working coaches.
Craughwell AC U9 Cross Country Squad at the Galway Championships in Tuam