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Galway athletes celebrated success at the National 10km, held in conjunction with the Great Ireland Run, in the Phoenix Park on Saturday
GCH’s Owen Byrne was the winner of Colemanstown United fundraising 10k on Easter Saturday.
Sean Breathnach of GCH produced a fantastic result at Sunday’s AAI Indoor Games in Athlone in the shot put, throwing a lifetime best of 17.14m.
Tuam will host National Cross Country Championships next February - the first time since 1999 a national event has been held in County Galway.
Six Mayo AC athletes travelled to Nottingham on Saturday to take part in the 27th Annual British & Irish International Masters Cross Country championships. They were selected after last month's trial in the Phoenix Park, and formed part of a 70 strong Irish team competing against England, Northern Ireland, Wales, and Scotland as individuals, and in teams in nine age categories ranging from 35 years to 75 years. Mayo AC has a long tradition of successful participation in this event, and this year's representation of six is its biggest so far.
Peter O’Sullivan of Craughwell AC and Martin McEvilly of GCH both came away with team medals from the British and Irish Masters Cross Country International in Nottingham, England, on Saturday.
Craughwell AC's Gerry Ryan won this year's Martin Egan Memorial 10k, which took place in Beagh/Shanaglish on Sunday.
Martin McEvilly, the evergreen GCH stalwart, became European champion yet again at the European Masters championships in Turkey recently.
Galway City Harrier veteran Martin McEvilly was the toast of the local athletes in the AAI National 10k Championships, held in conjunction with the Spar Great Ireland Run, in the Phoenix Park in Dublin.
Galway county athletic teams head for Dunboyne in Co Meath for the All Ireland Masters and Intermediate Cross Country championships this weekend.