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Galway athletes had great success at the weekend’s National Senior Indoor Championships in Athlone IT Arena, taking three national titles.
Jonathan Holmes, KCH, got his 2011 indoor season off to a brilliant start with three sub seven seconds performances at the North England championships last weekend. Having broken the seven second barrier in heat and semi-final he clocked 6.94 to win a well deserved bronze in the final.
There were many excellent performances from Kilkenny athletes at the national track and field championships in Santry at the weekend.
Two former KCH athletes, Ciara Everard and John Fagan, representing their respective third level colleges of UCD and DCU, both struck gold at the Intervarsities Track and Field Championships on Saturday.
Adrian O’Dwyer, Kilkenny City Harriers (KCH), made a welcome return to competition at the senior indoor competition in The Odyssey Arena in Belfast at the weekend. Bowing out with a silver medal, having cleared 2.10m, will not have had him jumping for joy.
With the Olympic Games just a few weeks away there was an air of anticipation around Santry Stadium at the weekend. The event was Woodies DIY senior track and field championships held over the two days, Saturday and Sunday. Photographers and reporters were intent on recording the final achievements of some of our Beijing-bound stars.
One of Kilkenny’s top young athletes is in with a chance of walking away with an award at the Athletics Ireland National Athletics Awards. Ciara Everard from Kilkenny City Harriers is nominated following her impressive performances this season. The second annual National Athletics Awards, which are in association with Waterford Crystal, will honour the best Irish athletes, clubs and coaches from across the country.
Gowran athletes were very much to he fore at the Kilkenny novice championships in Kilmacow on Sunday. In the ladies 3K race it was sisters, Maria and Gretta who were first and second respectively. They set a steady pace from the start and there was never really a doubt but that they would share the first two places. With Lisa Kennedy in fifth place the Gowran club captured the Novice Shield. Sarah Dollard, St Senan’s was third, Elaine O’Reilly, Thomastown was fourth and Tracey Malone, St Joseph’s was sixth.
One of Mayo’s top young athletes is in with a chance of walking away with an award at next weekend’s Athletics Ireland National Athletics Awards. Pamela Hughes from Westport AC is nominated following her impressive performances this season. The second annual National Athletics Awards, which are in association with Waterford Crystal, will honour the best Irish athletes, clubs and coaches from across the country.