Juvenile Spring series

The curtain came down on the Juvenile Spring series for 2013 in Morton Stadium, Santry yesterday. Many thanks to Clonliffe Harriers AC
for hosting and for the very welcome hot drinks and sandwiches afterwards!! All the children and parents who turned out yesterday must be commended as the conditions were particularly trying with a bitterly cold biting easterly wind to contend with. Top 6 finishes from the following:

Girls u/9 300m
3rd Natasha Byrne

Boys u/9 300m
4th Oisin Hegarty

Girls u/11 500m
4th Ella Kingsnorth
6th Georgina Byrne

Boys u/11 500m
3rd Oliver McQuaid

Girls u/13 800m
1st Anna Prior
3rd Rapha Diamond Ebs
5th Anna Calvez

Boys u/13 800m
3 Stephen Byrne
6th John Fanning

Girls u/15 1200m
2nd Eibhlin McCarthy
5th Louisa Byrne
6th Ciara Downey

Boys u/15 1200m
2nd Conor Tuck
4th Stephen O’Connor

Girls u/17 Mile
1st Aoimhe Downey
2nd Sarah Byrne
3rd Laura Costello
4th Aimee Carron
6th Orla Bollard

Boys u/17 Mile
6th Daniel Kelly

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Wales 2013 🙂

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SIAB Schools Cross Country International in Wales

Best of luck to Isabel Carron and Rhona Pierce as they depart for the SIAB Schools Cross Country International in Wales tomorrow. Following their phenomenal success at the Aviva All-Ireland Schools CC Championships both girls were selected to represent the Irish Schools team. This is a fantastic achievement for both girls and is truly well deserved, we are so proud of them. Good luck girls!!”Some people dream of success……others stay awake to achieve it”

Round 1 of the juvenile Spring Series

Round 1 of the juvenile Spring Series took place this morning on the South Beach. It was great to see so many children out running and taking part in athletics, for many it was their first time running in a race and you can all be very proud of yourselves. Congratulations to everyone who took part, many thanks to all the parents who helped with marshalling, making tea/coffee, sandwiches, home baked goods, without your help the mornings events would not have gone so smoothly.
Round 2 takes place next Sunday 10th March in Portmarnock 11am start time, details will be sent out during the week.

Results as follows:
u9 600mtrs
Girls:1. Cara McNally (Lusk), 2.Grainne Hoey (Ballyboughal), 3.Rachel Power (Clonliffe),4. Sarah Willis (Ballyboughal), 5.Natasha Byrne (Skerries), 6. Sinead Rogers(Ballyboughal)
Boys: 1.Jonathon Fitzsimons (Clonliffe), 2.Joshua Kafe (Portmarnock), 3. Oisin Hegarty (Skerries), 4. Sam Fearon (Clonliffe), 5. Andrew Brennan (Ballyboughal), 6. Daniel Coleman (Clonliffe)

u11 800mtrs:
Girls: 1. Katie Halpin (Lusk) & Aoife Hession (Clonliffe), 3.Alex Toomey (Clonliffe), 4.Alanah Fitzsimons (Clonliffe), 5. Ella Kingsnorth (Skerries), 6. Jessica Scully (Clonliffe)
Boys: 1. Cian Warren (Ballyboughal), 2.Michael Hoey (Ballyboughal), 3.Michael Coleman (Clonliffe), 4.Lorcan Devine (Skerries), 5. Brogan McCloskey (Lusk), 6.Oliver McQuaid (Skerries)

u13 1000mtrs:
Girls: 1.Anna Prior (Skerries), 2. Rapha Diamond Ebs (Skerries), 3.Ella Browne (Clonliffe),4.Abby Sheehy (Clonliffe), 5. Alana Holland (Skerries), 6. Alanah Byrne (Portmarnock)
Boys: 1.David Tuite (Clonliffe), 2.Stephen Byrne (Skerries), 3.Ben Guiden(Clonliffe),4.John Fanning (Skerries), 5.Luthino Romano (Clonliffe), 6.Cillian Forrester (Clonliffe)

u15 1200mtrs:
Girls:1. Ruth Bergin (Clonliffe), 2.Sarah Whelan (Skerries), 3.Lauren Carr (Clonliffe)4.Hannah Brown (Clonliffe), 5.Cliona Cooley (Clonliffe), 6.Amy Kelly (Clonliffe)
Boys: 1.Joseph Hession (Clon), 2.Fintan McManus (Clon), 3.Kevin Loftus (Clon), 4.Dylan Cody Foy (Lusk), 5.Conor Tuck (Skerries), 6.Alex Gibbons(Clon)

u18 1800mtrs:
Girls: 1.Laura Tuite (Clonliffe), 2.Aine McCarthy (Skerries) 3.Hope Saunders (Clonliffe), 4.Alannah Cooley(Clon), 5.Stephanie McCaul (Clon), 6. Orla Bollard (Skerries)
Boys: 1.Cathal Doyle (Clonliffe), 2.Aaron Brogan (Lusk), 3.Sean Carrick(Clonliffe), 4.Shane Merrigan(Clonliffe), 5.Daniel Kelly(Skerries), 6.Matthew Patterson (Lusk)

2012 Irish Schools XC

10 March 2012; Teams, from left to right, Skerries CC, Co. Dublin, 1st place St. MacDara’s CC, Co. Dublin, and 3rd place Ursuline, Thurles, Co. Tipperary, after the Junior Girls 2000m race at the Aviva All-Ireland Schools’ Cross Country 2012. St Mary’s College, Galway. Picture credit: Diarmuid Greene / SPORTSFILE ©SPORTSFILE

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Inter girls

Great day for Skerries AC athletes….All-Ireland glory for Skerries Community College as they take the Inter girls team title, Isabel Carron taking the silver medal and leading her team to a fantastic victory, very proud day!!

Aviva All-Ireland Schools

Results of Skerries AC athletes at Aviva All-Ireland Schools as follows:

Intermediate girls 3,500m:
2nd Isabel Carron (Skerries CC), 10th Rhona Pierce(Skerries CC), 29th Eryn Devine (Loreto, Balbriggan), 34th Sarah Byrne (Skerries CC), 49th Aoimhe Downey (Skerries CC), 50th Laura Costello (Skerries CC)
Skerries CC winning the team title on 46 points.

Senior Boys 6,500m:
30th Gavin O’Rourke (CUS), 68th Daniel Kelly (CUS)
Well done to everyone, making the Schools finals alone is a massive achievement, Congratulations !!

Juvenile Spring Series took to Portmarnock

Round 2 of the juvenile Spring Series took to Portmarnock yesterday. The cold biting wind didn’t deter any of our young athletes who all ran brilliantly, thank you to everyone who came along and to Portmarnock AC Juniors for being great hosts.Well done to the following who all placed in the top 6, u8 girls, Isabella McIvor (6th), u10 boys, Lorcan Devine (3rd), u12 girls Lottie Simons (4th), u14 girls Anna Prior (1st), u14 boys Stephen O’Connor (4th), u16 boys Conor Tuck (3rd), u18 girls Aine McCarthy (2nd), Orla Bollard (5th), Eibhlin McCarthy (6th), congrats!