Please find below the programme events for Day 1 and the link to the competition entry system here.
Please enter yourselves directly – you will require your current AI registration number, contact Mary if you do not have yours.
Please note following closing date Monday 23rd May @ 23:59
Well done to all the younger athletes who represented the club yesterday in Irishtown . Some very good performances and competition experience gained for everyone. Well done Pearl, Alice, Martha, Bruce, Goda, Nina, Aimee, Lily, Ellen, Rion, Juliette, Noah, Hector, Aisling, Eoin, Freya and Meabh. Next day of competition is day 1 of the Dublins on the 29th with the entry details on earlier post.
Entries for the under 17/18/19 800m on Wednesday night in Tallaght should be done by now.
Clare o Connor had a great run in the senior 800m in Leinster schools today in Santry.Clare ran the perfect race and was in 3rd place with 300m to go and held on to finish 3rd , qualified for the all Ireland and ran 6 seconds faster than ever before!!! Great running Clare.
Sat 21st May league in Irishtown for younger athletes. Details on earlier post. Training in Dunboyne for usual groups meeting at 9.30
Sun 22nd May HITW at 11 everyone
Tue 24th May Bogies at 4 for anyone who’s free. Everyone else HITW at 7
Wed 25th May graded in Tallaght including 800m Dublin championship for under 17/18/19 . Check Dublin athletics website for timetable.
Thur 26th May 5 pm group meet at HITW
Everyone else meet at 7 at HITW
Club athletes had probably our best day ever at day 1 of the Leinster schools in Santry today. Aimee Ryan was first into action and she was a runaway winner of the minor girls 500m. Abigail had a decent run in a very high standard minor 800m. In the junior girls 800m Goda had a great run coming 2nd in a new personal best time.
The minor girls relay team from st Dominic’s came 3rd with Aimee, Erin and Aoibhinn on the team. Super run for Aoibhinn who was in hospital for a few days last week and showed great courage out in Santry today.
The junior team of Amy, Jocelyn, Goda and their MSB colleague Chidinma were superb today winning the gold medal and are the first St Dominic’s relay team to get to Nationals in over 20 years!! Thanks to Brian and Catherine who did some baton training with them and it really showed today. Super running!
Meave jumped close to her pb in the high jump and st Dominic’s 4x 300m relay team of Niamh, Lily, Jocelyn and Goda ran their socks off and finished 4th.
Great day for all the girls. Thank you to all the parents who gave lifts out and back and to those who stayed to support.
Goda and the junior relay team are through to the all Ireland schools in Tullamore on the June bank holiday weekend.