County T&F Day2 12-May-2019

Post date: May 17, 2019 8:3:20 AM

The county T&F day 2 was held in CIT on Sunday 12th May . YOUGHAL Ac had a number of athletes competing on the day.

Neasa Barry had a super run in the U 9 girls 300m to qualify for the final . She also competed in the long jump. Orla Motherway and Caoimhe Brennan competed well in the U10 girls sprints. They also competed in the turbo javelin along with Clodagh Walsh.

Niamh Murray, Tess Cummins, Doireann Barry, Molly O Brien and Lana Power all put in great performances in the U11 girls 600m. They also competed in the long jump.

Donnacha Coleman, Quin Buckley and Leo Nicholson competed in the U11 boys 600m and shot.

In the U12 girls competition, Autumn Devereaux , Amy Coleman and Vivien competed well in the sprints. Amy and Autumn competed in turbo javelin too and Autumn competed in the high jump.

Dylan Cairns competed well in the U13 boys sprint. Jude Buckley had a super run in the U14 boys 800m.

Our U14 girls were busy competing in 2k walk, javelin, 200m sprints high jump and 800m with some great performances. Poppi Devereaux took silver in the walk with Katie Ansbro a close 3rd. Ruby Kennedy took silver in the javelin with a 21.3m throw. Sorcha Kilgannon finished 3rd in the High jump with a very good 1.4m jump. Alise Barry competed well in the 800m.

Avril Millerick had a super run in the U15 girls 800m to take bronze. Alex Cashman won the U15 girls walk , finished 4th in the javelin and competed well in the 800m.

Natasha Kilgannon won the U16 girls high jump and also took gold in the walk. Eva Murphy took bronze in the walk and in the high jump. She also competed well in the 200m and 800m. Robyn Buckley competed well in the 800m. Avril Cashman won the 3000m.

In the U17 boys competition, Ciaran McNamee took gold in the 800m and Liam O Leary won the high jump with a super 1.72m jump. Lucy O Keeffe won the U18 girls 800m while Kerry Barrett took silver. Kerry also took silver in the javelin.

Jake McCarthy won the U19 boys 800m.

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Well done to all who competed.