Dublin even age cross country 2018

-The following athletes are entered for the Dublins next Sunday in Abbottstown.under 10
Martha, Saoirse, Alice , Abigal. Hugh

Under 12
Beth, Lily, Shona, Niamh, Aimee

under 14
Caolan, Cliodhna, Hazel, Niamh , Aoife

Under 16
Gillian, Joe

Under 18
Dora, Sean
Races start at 11 and athletes should be there 1 hour before race starts. Full programme and timetable on next post.
www.celticdch.com
@CelticDCH
www.facebook.com/CelticDCH

Training week beginning Sat 13th Oct

Sat 13th Oct Pink run Baggage team 9am at tented area on main road.

Sat 13th Oct sprints group and older middle distance Hole in the wall 10.30. Parking will be limited due to the race.

Sun 14th Oct Hole in the wall 11am everyone.

Tue 16th Oct Hole in the wall 7pm everyone. Bogies at 4 for anyone who’s free. Sprints group check with Brian.

Thur 18th Oct gym group 7pm. Everyone else St John Bosco school hall at 7.

High Viz/ bright gear please.

Brother Schools Cross Country 2018 Results

We had a big group out today in glorious weather competing for their schools at the annual ‘Brother races’ organised by Clonliffe Harriers. In the primary schools races Niamh o Connor and Shona Gogarty ran great and helped their team from MHOC to 3rd place. Oisin Gavin had a very good run in the 6th class boys race.

In the first year races Cliodhna Ryan Hazel Maguire and Conor Maleady ran very well, in the junior races Keelin Collins came an impressive 4th overall, Kacey and Clare finished in the top 10 with Aisling Keenan improving from race to race.

In the inter girls race Gill finished a fine 5th, Clare 7th , Caolan in her best race ever finished 10, Aoibh just behind her and Cliodhna not far behind in 20th place. The St Dominic’s girls were given joint first team with DGA.
Sean Donoghue easily won the inter boys race with Joseph Fogarty running well despite having a dodgy ankle, next in was Conor Murphy, followed by Ian and Cillian.
In the senior girls race Dora came 3rd and led her team of Celine who had a great run, Emily and Laura Maleady to first place. Sean Gleeson had his first race in a long time in the senior boys and good to see him racing. Hope we haven’t left anyone out. Great to see so many committed young people representing their schools and the club today. Thank you to all the parents and grandparents who gave lifts and supported.

Photos can be found here  https://flic.kr/s/aHskKkLEM5

Training/competition this week

Sat 6th Oct Hole in the wall 10.30 sprints group, Dermots group check.

Sun 7th Oct League 2 for all Hilarys group and older cross country group. Under9/10/11/12 /13 meet at 10.15 at pope’s cross car park. Older age groups follow over aiming to arrive at Magazine Hills at 11am. Bring 3 euro for your sticker. Bring warm clothes as it can get chilly very quickly. No training today for this group so use the race as a training run.

Sun 7th Oct sprints group meet at 11 at Hole in the wall.

Tue 9th Oct Bogies at 4 for anyone who’s free. Training for those not racing in Santry on Wednesday at 7pm meeting at Hole in the wall.

Wed 10th Oct schools cross country in Santry starting at 1pm.

Thur 11th Oct sprints group gym at 7. Everyone else St John Bosco school hall 7pm. High Viz tops essential.

Dublin schools cross country report

We had a small group of club athletes representing their schools in the Phoenix park on Thursday. Our star performer on the day was Caolan Collins(Dominican Griffith Ave) who won the second year girls race in fine style. Clare o Connor (St Dominic’s Cabra) ran very well finishing in 5th place. Aisling Keenan is showing the result of consistent training and was much improved on last year’s race.

In the first year race Cliodhna Ryan had a very good run finishing 9th in a huge field with Hazel Maguire not too far behind. Well done to all and the next schools race will be the ‘Brother at your side’s races on Wed 10th Oct in Santry at 1pm.