Leinster Juvenile Indoors Nenagh, 18th, 19th Feb

event place athlete club
u13 60m girls 1st Katey murphy St Senans
u14 walk 1000m girls 1st isobel morgan St Senans
u16 walk 1500m girls 3rd Tara Lacey St Senans
U12 60m girls heats emily kleign St Senans
heats grace monaghan St Senans
u13 high jump Boys 2nd thomas sheridan St Senans
u12 long jump Girls 2nd shauna finn St Senans
U14 high jump boys 1st  Ted Drea (1.5m PB) Gowran
u19 shot girls 1st Sophie Parkinson (11.63) Gowran
U15 high jump girls 3rd Aoife Naddy (1.4m) Gowran
U15 60 m  hurdles girls 3rd Christine O Donnell (9.53) Gowran
u17 1500 Boys 8th Conor O Carroll (5.01) Gowran

Brow Rangers results

girls u-12 shot: 1st therese kelly (championship best performance)

girls u-14 shot 4th roisin coady

girls u-17 shot 1st cliona quirke, 2nd grainne kenny

boys u-14 shot 3rd patrick darcy, 4th matthew cullen

boys u-15 7th adam kelly

boys u-16 1st john joe kelly, 3rd tommy quirke

KCH Report

Feb 18/19 Triple Gold – Twice

There were some mighty fine performances at the Leinster Juvenile Indoor Championships in Nenagh this weekend. Pride of place goes to our two triple gold winners – Ciara Deely and Cliodhna Manning. Ciara competing at under 13 level won High Jump, Long Jump and 60m Hurdles. Cliodhna was sprint perfection winning the 60m, 200m and 300m under 18. Another treasure was Lauren Gleeson who smashed the under 14 Long Jump record with a 5.13m clearance. Further gold medal winners were Jack Manning – High Jump under 15; Aaron Barron – 200m under 16; Sinead McDonagh – High Jump under 18; Lorraine O’Shea – 60m under 19.

Further afield Louise Holmes had a good day at the Scottish Indoors where she won bronze in the 60m and finished sixth in the 200m final


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