Weekend results update

Our senior women’s team of Niamh Donnelly, Aoife ni Bhroin, Edel Monaghan and Aislinn Moorehouse were 3rd team in the St Patrick’s day 5k in Dublin city center, Edel McNamara was 3rd in her age group and Fiona Byrne was the star of the day winning her age group. Aoife was delighted with a PB. Well done Everyone.

Parkside Schools Cross country

Well done to all our athletes who competed in the Parkside schools cross country in the Bogies today. We had such lovely weather, great races and great support from Mams, Dads, Grannies and Grandads and lots more. Click on the link below for the top six in each race.

Special thanks to all the parents and friends of the club who helped lay out the course, clear up afterwards, those who did the finish line judging and helped do up the results. All of your contributions helped towards the success and the enjoyment of the event.

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Training/competition this week

Sat 16th Mar sprints group Santry 10.30. Everyone else Hole in the wall 10.30 including Hilary’s group.

Sun 17th Mar Hole in the wall 11am athletes born 2005 and older only plus sprints group. No training today for younger athletes.

Tue 19th Mar anyone off school today Hole in the wall 11am. Everyone else DIT at 7pm. Gym group 7pm. Any of the younger gang who are racing in the Bogies on Wednesday don’t train on Tuesday. Dermots group check.

Wed 20th Parkside schools cross country 11am in the Bogies. Set up from 8.30. help appreciated from 9 on wards. Finished up by 12.30.

Thur 21st NIA 7.45 for 8pm. Bring 2 euro everyone.

Edel 3rd in National masters!!

Well done to Edel who was pipped on the line today for the silver medal at the National masters championships in Athlone. Last week she medalled at the Leinsters and this is her first National medal. Never too late to medal!! Great stuff Edel. We will have to work on that sprint finish for the outdoors!

Results update

The Irish schools cross country championships were held in Clongowes College grounds today. We had two teams in action representing St Dominics College. Both teams have been badly hit with coughs, viral infections and throat infections since Christmas so our hopes were not very high. However as usual our girls gave their all and both teams finished just 11 points off bronze medals. In the inter boys race Sean Donoghue continued his return to fitness following a six week lay off due to injury finishing 12th . Well done to all. We have had better days in these championships and we will battle on to the end of indoor season and look forward to the outdoors.