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Galway City Harriers claimed five titles at the National Juvenile Relay Championships, breaking three All-Ireland records in the process.
Damien Larkin from Craughwell AC grabbed his second win on the trot in the penultimate race of the Galway 6km series.
Emma Moore was the star at the National Juvenile Indoor Championships in Athlone, winning two individual gold medals, one individual silver, and also a relay gold as part of the u-13 girls’ record-breaking 4x100m team.
Galway City Harriers’ top road runner Matt Bidwell took second place in the 26th annual Clare River Harriers 10k road race on Saturday.
Evan McGuire took top billing among Galway athletes in the National Juvenile Track and Field Championships in Tullamore last weekend.
St Joseph’s College, Galway enjoyed an emphatic victory over Roscommon CBS
Craughwell athlete Maeve Curley delivered a performance of a lifetime to come home 10th from 24 finishers in the 21st European Junior Championships.
Loftus Recycling :65
A severely depleted Loftus Recycling side scored a magnificent victory over Dublin side Tolka Rovers in the National Basketball League (Division 1), in Tolka Sports Centre in Dublin on Saturday night. The Ballina team travelled without several members of the panel due to a combination of injuries and work commitments, but a super performance saw them secure two valuable league points against all odds. Despite some members of the squad arriving on court just before tip-off, having been caught in Croke Park match traffic, Loftus Recycling raced into an early lead with Dara McGarrity firing in three early three-pointers and the game’s top scorer, Peter Papic, adding another three-pointer as well as three two-point baskets and converting two free throws. Tolka appeared shell shocked by the whirlwind start by Ballina which saw them on 23 points at the end of the first quarter while excellent defence by the visitors kept the home side to just 10 points (23:10).
In the week of Mothering Sunday, a judge paid tribute to a woman who accompanied her teenage son charged with public order offences by demanding of the defendant: “Have you any respect for the lady? When was the last time you bought her a bunch of flowers or a box of chocolates?”