Uneven Age County XC 13-Oct-2019
Post date: Oct 22, 2019 11:38:47 AM
The uneven age county XC was held in West Muskerry on Sunday 13th October. YOUGHAL Ac has a number of athletes competing on the day.
Ava Murphy and Neasa Barry competed in the 1st race of the day, the U9 girls 750m and they finished 24th and 34th respectively. Paddy Kelly 12th, Darragh Galloway 21st , Rory Murphy 25th and Thomas Starkey 32nd competed in the U9boys race and the team finished 4th overall.
Clodagh Walsh had a great run in the U11 girls 1500m race to finish 11th overall. She was followed closely by Aine Collins 36th, Niamh Murray 58th and Orla Motherway 59th. Molly O Brien, Doireann Barry, Lauren O Brien, Lauren Keating and Tess Cummins completed this team.
Donnacha Coleman 11th led the U11 YOUGHAL boys . He was followed closely by Ruby Devereaux 22nd , Quin Buckley 42nd and Conor O Sullivan 51st. TADHG OBrien, Leo Nicholson, Vladimir Boutenko 74th, Enda Terry, Adam Barry, Ciaran Hynes and Rory Walsh completed this team.
Katie O Neill had a super run in the U13 girls 2500m race to finish 6th overall and win an individual county medal. She was followed closely by Autumn Devereaux 16th , Vivien Millerick 22nd and Taylor Aherne 32nd. Saorla Ni Laoire and Nadine Barry completed this team which finished 4th.
In the U13 boys race, Dylan Cairns finished 19th and Rion O Laoire 43rd. In the I15 boys race Jude Buckley finished 19th and James O Neill 28th.
Avril Millerick had a fantastic run in the U15 girls 3500m race to finish 3rd overall and win an individual county medal. She was closely followed by Emily Brenner 8th , Alex Cashman 13th and Sorcha Kilgannon 15th. Izabella Chidlow, Ailise Barry and Grace Rooney completed this super team which took bronze.
Emma Landers took the county title in the U17 girls race . Erin Joyce 10th , Eva Murphy 10th and Natasha Kilgannon 28th completed this super team which took gold. Ciaran McNamee finished 7th in the U17 boys race . While Connor O Neill won the U19 boys race.
Photos available at www.youghalac.com/photos
Well done to all who competed.