Athletics 2018 Season

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Once again 2018 is another bumper year for Irish athletics with the highlights of the season being the World Indoors and Euopean Championships in Berlin where I hope there can be plenty of informed discussion about athletics this year.
After a mediocre season last year where the most success came on the underage scene, it'll be interesting to see how many can progress to compete for the top placings in the European Championships.
Obviously a lot of attention will be paid to our biggest athletes, Olympics 4th placer Thomas Barr, 2016 European bronze medalist Ciara Mageean and other big stars like Mark English, Fionnuala Britton and Brian Gregan.

Season Calendar :
World Indoor Tour - 3rd - 17th February
National Senior Indoor Championships - 17th+18th February
Athlone IT International Grand Prix - 21st February
World Indoor Championships - 1st - 4th March
World Cross Country Championships - 26th March
Commonwealth Games - 8th - 15th April
World Relays - 22nd+23rd April
Diamond League - 4th May - 31st August
World Challenge Tour - 19th May - 4th September
National Senior Track & Field Championships - 28+29th July
Euopean Track & Field Championships - 7th - 12th August
 
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Only 3 world indoor championship qualifiers to date and they're all women. Ciara Neville, Phil Healy and Ciara Mageean. Phil's sister Joan was just 0.03 off the qualifier in Ghent at the weekend and has the nationals this weekend to try get it again. I think Brian Gregan has it from last year but no indication he is competing indoors this year. AAI have the option of sending 1 male without a standard but there doesn't appear to be a stand out male this year worthy of such a wildcard.
 

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Less than 400 attended the weekend's national indoor championships in Abbotstown over 2 days. RTE didn't even do a highlights package this year tho there was a great live stream on the Athletics Ireland Facebook page.

It was a weekend where Amy Foster ran an Irish women's 60m record and there were many titanic battles across events and also some surprises like Matthew Behan beating Ben Reynolds in the 110m hurdles.

Shortly after the championships the team for the World Indoor Championships in Birmingham was picked.

Amy Foster-60m
Ciara Neville-60m (she's just 18!)
Phil Healy-400m
Ciara Mageean-1500m

While Athletics Ireland are awaiting an invitation from IAAF to send Adam McMullen for the long jump since no men reached the qualifying standard.
 

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This will get lost in the Wiggins and Sky news but this is a big story. Her run in Paris in 2016 to break the WR was something else. It looked like she was going to do it in Rio beforehand.

Ruth Jebet, the reigning Olympic 3,000m steeplechase champion and world record holder, has become the highest-profile Kenya-born athlete to become embroiled in a drug-testing scandal.

Although the news has not yet been confirmed, a number of prominent sources have suggested Jebet has tested positive for a performance-enhancing drug, believed to be the blood booster EPO.
https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2018/mar/04/ruth-jebet-olympic-champion-drug-test-kenya-bahrain-steeplechase?CMP=share_btn_tw
 

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Northern Ireland's Leon Reid won a bronze in the 200m in the Commonwealth Games today. Reid is in limbo trying to transfer allegiance to Ireland from the UK due to the current ban in place on international transfers by IAAF due to the amount of Africans turning out for Bahrain, Qatar and Turkey.
 

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Brilliant run.

17-YEAR-OLD SENSATION SARAH Healy’s star keeps on rising, with the Blackrock AC youngster putting down an historic evening in Tubingen, Germany yesterday.

The teen clocked a glittering time of 4:09.25 over 1500m, putting her second on the European U18 all-time list and making her the fastest over that distance in 32 years.

Romania’s Ana Padurean holds the fastest time — 4:06.02, which she ran in 1986.

In doing so, Healy also smashed the Irish youth record and secured qualification for the European seniors in August.
Irish teen sensation clocks second fastest 1500m time ever by European youth
 

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Less than 400 attended the weekend's national indoor championships in Abbotstown over 2 days. RTE didn't even do a highlights package this year
Thankfully we've been spared listening to Jerry Kiernan, that quite a result!
 

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She's definitely one to watch and beating a seasoned senior and European medalist like Ciara Mageean was a good accomplishment.
She's in the heats tomorrow for the 1500m in the U18 European Championships. It's live on Eurosport. Just look here at her PB compared to others in the two heats. The next quickest to her is 10 seconds slower.

http://www.european-athletics.org/competitions/european-athletics-youth-championships/2018/athletics/event/girls-1500m/phase=atw015900/index.html?intcmp=

Good day for Irish team today. Patience Jumbo-Gula won her 100m semi in 11.59. Sonia O'Sullivan's daughter Sophie also won her 800m heat.
 

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She's in the heats tomorrow for the 1500m in the U18 European Championships. It's live on Eurosport. Just look here at her PB compared to others in the two heats. The next quickest to her is 10 seconds slower.

Competitions - European Athletics

Good day for Irish team today. Patience Jumbo-Gula won her 100m semi in 11.59. Sonia O'Sullivan's daughter Sophie also won her 800m heat.
And she managed a sensational 1500/3000 double. I understand she plays hockey too so hopefully she can be kept in athletics and also overcome that uneasy leap into the senior grade which many junior athletes struggle with.
 

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Good piece by Sean Ingle on something I agree with.

One influential voice told me last week that athletics was in danger of becoming a sport people care about only once every four years during the Olympics. While Greg Rutherford warned recently: “It’s probably a sign of the times that more people want to talk to me about Strictly Come Dancing. Can you imagine that happening in the era of Seb Coe and Steve Ovett, or even Sally Gunnell and Linford Christie? Now nobody cares about athletics.”

According to preliminary research conducted by the International Association of Athletics Federations, 75% of respondents said the sport has to change – both in the stadium, and in how the sport is shown on TV and online – in order to fight back. The increasingly urgent, and perhaps impossible, question is: how?
https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2018/jul/16/athletics-world-cup-shows-sport-struggling-post-bolt?CMP=share_btn_tw

The sport is struggling and while I watch a good bit of the Diamond League circuit, I know of no one personally that does so themselves. I found it to be different back in the Golden Four era.

Worrying times.
 

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O'Sullivan, Healy and Adeleke show off their medals

Congratulations to the girls in Green!
 

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Good piece by Sean Ingle on something I agree with.



https://www.theguardian.com/sport/2018/jul/16/athletics-world-cup-shows-sport-struggling-post-bolt?CMP=share_btn_tw

The sport is struggling and while I watch a good bit of the Diamond League circuit, I know of no one personally that does so themselves. I found it to be different back in the Golden Four era.

Worrying times.

Depends how you classify popularity. They're are huge numbers running these days. I coach at my kids club and there is a big waiting list and it is similar in a lot of Dublin clubs.
Girls in particular are signing up in large numbers.

There's certainly an issue in terms of fall off and the sport could try and have a more team events to try and keep boys who tend to leave to play soccer/gaa as they get older.

I've spent a good few days at Santry and there's an awful of hanging around for events, it could be better managed.

Interest tends to follow success here in all sports. When Sonia was doing well there was interest. If even a few of the girls manage to make the transition to senior level interest will rise. Ireland and the UK had people at the top level in the 80's and there was huge interest unless that changes we are unlikely to get big numbers watching again.

Being honest i'm not a huge fan of spectator sports, supping pints in a pub watching an event does not a sporting nation make.
I'll run and compete myself but other then my own kids or kids in the club I would really only watch the Olympics/WC.

Investing in kids athletics is the best approach and then trying to keep as many as possible engaged as they move into their teenage years.My own view is the UK has ploughed too much money into elite sports while building on kids sports fields.
 

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Last night's meet in Monaco was one of the best meets I seen in quite some time with some astonishing times.

Chepkoech smashed the WR in 3000 SC. I thought Jebet's performance in Paris to break it in 2016 (although discredited now) was something else, yet this was another level altogether. I struggle to see this time being broken again in my lifetime.

El Bakkali did sub 8 mins for the mens SC. Cheruiyot did 3:28 for 1500m while Ingebrigtsen did 3:31 for a 17 year old. Amos' time for the 800m was the quickest since the 2012 Olympics. Semenya once again did 1:54 for 800m while Shaunae Miller-Uibo was sub 49 secs for the 400m. Not to mention Noah Lyles doing 19.65 for the 200m.
 

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Last night's meet in Monaco was one of the best meets I seen in quite some time with some astonishing times.

Chepkoech smashed the WR in 3000 SC. I thought Jebet's performance in Paris to break it in 2016 (although discredited now) was something else, yet this was another level altogether. I struggle to see this time being broken again in my lifetime.

El Bakkali did sub 8 mins for the mens SC. Cheruiyot did 3:28 for 1500m while Ingebrigtsen did 3:31 for a 17 year old. Amos' time for the 800m was the quickest since the 2012 Olympics. Semenya once again did 1:54 for 800m while Shaunae Miller-Uibo was sub 49 secs for the 400m. Not to mention Noah Lyles doing 19.65 for the 200m.
I almost forgot Lysenko jumping 2.40m with Barshim out.
 

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As the outdoor season has dawned upon us, here are the standards (time) in each track event which I'll be covering that is required for the forthcoming season.

MENS :
100m -
Sub 11.00

200m -
Sub 22.00

400m -
Sub 49.00

800m -
Sub 1.54.00

1500m -
Sub 3.54.00

3000m -
Sub 8.15.00

3000m Steeplechase -
Sub 9.15.00

5000m -
Sub 14.00.00

10000m -
Sub 30.00.00

110m Hurdles -
Sub 15.00

400m Hurdles -
Sub 55.00


WOMENS :
100m -
Sub 12.00

200m -
Sub 24.20

400m -
Sub 56.20

800m -
Sub 2.10.00

1500m -
Sub 4.25.00

3000m -
Sub 9.30.00

3000m Steeplechase -
Sub 10.00.00

5000m -
Sub 16.50.00

10000m -
Sub 33.30.00

100m Hurdles -
Sub 14.50

400m Hurdles -
Sub 61.00
 

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These past few weeks have been sensational for Irish Athletics and obviously I've neglected this thread in recent months so here's a comprehensive round-up of the main events and competitions that have taken place in the last few months.

National League Round 1 & 2 :
Round 1 -
Cillin Greene came 1st in the 100m in 10.94 and he also won the 200m in 21.85 in Templemore.
Adam McMullen was 1st in the 100m in 10.85 while Sean O'Driscoll finished 2nd in 10.97 and Leo Morgan came 3rd in 10.99

Paul White took 1st in the 400m in 48.84 in Templemore while Brandon Arrey claimed 1st in 47.84 in Mary Peters.

Elliot Slade was 1st in the 800m in 1.49.41 with Kieran Kelly 2nd in 1.50.01

Paul Byrne came 1st in the 400m Hurdles in 51.33 in Templemore while Jason Harvey came 1st in the same event in 53.62 in Mary Peters

Lauren Roy won the 100m in 11.95

Shona Heaslip came 1st in the 3000m in 9.28.79


Round 2 -
Leo Morgan was 1st in the 100m in 10.74

Cillin Greene came 1st in the 200m in 21.62 in Athlone while Paul McDermott took 1st in 21.67 in Santry.

Paul White finished 1st in the 400m in 48.99

Elliot Slade claimed 1st in the 800m in 1.50.05


All Ireland Schools Championships :
Intermediate -
Conor Crowe won the 100m in 10.98, narrowly ahead of Michael Farrelly in 2nd in 10.99, Cillian Griffin 3rd in 10.99 and Ryan O'Leary 4th in 10.99

Rhasidat Adeleke won the 100m in 11.68 ahead of friendly rival Patience Jumbo-Gala in 2nd in 11.84

Rhasidat Adeleke doubled up in the 200m, winning in 24.05

Senior -
Aaron Sexton came 1st in the 100m in 10.52 with David McDonald 2nd in 10.52 and David Murphy 3rd in 10.69 in a great race. Michael McAuley was 4th in 10.71, Jack Dempsey nabbed 5th in 10.72 and Conor Morey finished 6th in 10.74

Aaron Sexton won the 200m in 21.12 while David McDonald claimed 2nd in 21.26 and Michael McAuley took 3rd in 21.57 in another close race. David Murphy ended up 4th in 21.63 and Conor Morey was 5th in 21.99

Jack Mitchell took 1st in the 400m Hurdles in 54.71

Ciara Neville came 1st in the 100m in 11.62 ahead of Lauren Roy in 2nd in 11.92

Ciara Neville won the 200m in 23.79 to double up on her success.

Davicia Patterson flew to 1st place in the 400m in 53.90 with Ciara Deely 2nd in 54.33

Jo Keane won the 800m in 2.09.19 in a good win.

Sarah Healy took 1st in the 1500m in 4.18.32


National U20 Championships :
MENS -
David McDonald won Heat 1 in the 100m in 10.76, Jack Dempsey was 1st in Heat 2 in 10.84, Reality Osouha took 1st in Heat 3 in a Wind-Assisted 10.98 while Israel Olatunde finished 1st in Heat 4 in 10.78 and Colin Doyle ended up 2nd in 10.95

Israel Olatunde came 1st in the Final in 10.73 with Reality Osouha 2nd in 10.76 and Jack Dempsey was 3rd in 10.79

Aaron Sexton took 1st in Heat 1 in the 200m in 21.31 but Reality Osouha won the Final in 21.78 while Colin Doyle was 2nd and James Holden claimed 3rd.

Jamie Mitchell finished 1st in the 400m Final in 48.62 with Christopher Duffy 2nd and Cathal Crosbie 3rd.

Fintan Stewart won the 800m in 1.54.01 in a good performance.

Darragh McElhinney came 1st in the 1500m in 4.17.29 ahead of his usual rivals Charlie O'Donovan in 2nd and Cian Kelly in 3rd.

In the field events, the most notable results were ;
Ryan Carthy-Walsh won the High Jump with a clearance of 2.00m
Shane Keane came 1st in the Long Jump with a best of 6.50m
Darragh Gaffney took victory in the Discus throw with a throw of 50.40m
Brendan O'Donnell held off Sean Mockler to claim victory in the Hammer Throw with a furthest throw of 64.32m
James Kelly was the comfortable winner of the Shot Putt with a best of 16.83m

WOMENS -
Rhasidat Adeleke was 1st in Heat 1 of the 100m in 11.96 while Molly Scott came 1st in Heat 2 in 11.76

Rhasidat Adeleke won the Final in 11.83 ahead of Molly Scott in 2nd in 11.91 with Lauren Roy 3rd.

Ciara Neville took 1st in the 200m Final in 24.36 ahead of Laura Cadden in 2nd and Awa Fane in 3rd

Ciara Deely finished 1st in the 400m Final in 55.31

Jo Keane was 1st in the 800m in 2.14.49 ahead of Sophie O'Sullivan in 2nd and Sarah Clarke in 3rd.

Molly Scott was 1st in the 100m Hurdles in 13.82

Orla O'Connor had a good victory in the 3k Walk in 13.20.08 with Niamh O'Connor 2nd and Maria Flynn 3rd.

Over in the field, the most impressive results were ;
Sommer Lecky won the High Jump with a clearance of 1.70m
Ruby Millett claimed the spoils in the Long Jump with a best mark of 5.85m
Ellen McCartney won the Pole Vault with a clearance of 3.80m
Niamh Fogarty came 1st in the Discus Throw with a best of 46.57m
Grace Casey was 1st in the Javelin Throw with a furthest throw of 37.14m


National U23 Championships :
MENS -
Joseph Ojewumi was 1st in Heat 1 of the 100m in 10.95 with Cillin Greene 2nd in 10.95
Tope Adeyeye claimed 1st in Heat 2 in 10.85 with Conor Duggan 2nd in 10.96

Tope Adeyeye won the 100m Final in 10.75 with Joseph Ojewumi 2nd in 10.86 and Conor Duggan 3rd 10.99

Tope Adeyeye came 1st in Heat 3 of the 200m in 21.94 but it was Craig Newell who came 1st in the Final in 21.67, just ahead of Cillin Greene in 2nd in 21.74 and Tope Adeyeye 3rd

Shane Irwin came 1st in the 400m in 48.26

Conall Kirk took 1st in the 800m in 1.53.52 with Roland Surlis 2nd in 1.53.98 and Robert Hewison 3rd.

Matthew Behan claimed 1st in the 110m Hurdles in 14.20

Joe Halwax was 1st in the 400m Hurdles in 53.87

The top performers in the Field Events were ;
Sam Healy was 1st in the Long Jump with a best mark of 6.96m
Mark Burton came 1st in the Triple Jump with 13.70m
Adam King won the Hammer Throw with a best throw of 62.87m

WOMENS -
Elizabeth Morland won the 100m Hurdles in 13.70 ahead of Kate Doherty in 2nd in 13.78

Over in the Field the best results were ;
Elizabeth Morland won the Long Jump with a best mark of 6.07m
Michaela Walsh came 1st in the Hammer Throw with a record throw of 64.57m
Walsh also took the win in the Shot Put with a best throw of 15.06m
Morland beat Walsh in the Javelin Throw with a best of 44.25m


European U18 Championships were massively successful for Irish athletes :
Israel Olatunde was 3rd in Heat 3 of the 100m in 10.77 to finish 6th Overall and Qualify automatically while Conor Morey was 4th in Heat 2 in 11.05 to come 21st and go through as a fastest loser.

Israel Olatunde was 5th in Semi-Final 2 in 11.09 to finish 17th and Conor Morey was 6th in Semi-Final 3 in 11.17 to come 20th.

Louis O'Loughlin was 3rd in the Heat of the 800m in 1.56.76 to Qualify automatically and then Louis O'Loughlin came 6th in Semi-Final 2 of the 800m in 1.55.22 which wasn't enough to qualify for the final.

Cian McPhilips was 14th in Heat 1 of the 1500m in 4.10.87 but he was unfortunate as he lost his spike. Brian Maguire came 10th in Heat 2 in 3.59.74

Oisin Lane took 13th in the 10k Walk in 47.00.13

Brian Lynch was 26th in the Decathlon

Conor Cusack came 9th in Group A of the Javelin with a best throw of 63.07m to come 14th with only the Top 12 making the final.

Patience Jumbo-Gala was 1st in Heat 4 of the 100m in 11.80 and then Patience Jumbo-Gala came 1st in Semi-Final 2 in 11.59 but unfortunately Jumbo-Gala ended up 5th in the 100m Final in 11.87

Rhasidat Adeleke was 2nd in Heat 4 of the 200m in 23.90 to qualify automatically and then Adeleke finished 1st in Semi-Final 1 in 23.77 to Qualify automatically for the final. Adeleke then stormed to 1st in the Final in 23.52 to win GOLD in a stunning performance.

Simone Lalor was 5th in Heat 3 of the 400m in 56.96 which wasn't enough to progress.

Molly Brown was 4th in Heat 1 of the 800m in 2.16.94 and Sophie O'Sullivan was 1st in Heat 2 in 2.12.23 to qualify automatically. Sophie O'Sullivan claimed 2nd in the 800m Semi-Final 3 in 2.07.95 to qualify automatically for the. O'Sullivan the turned in a classy display to come 2nd in the Final in 2.06.05 to win SILVER.

Sarah Healy was 1st in the 1500m Heat 1 in 4.30.19 and the Healy was superb as she flew to 1st position in the Final in 4.18.71 to claim the GOLD medal.

Sarah Healy then backed that up to win the 3000m Final in 9.18.05 to win another GOLD medal for Ireland.

Miriam Daly was 4th in Heat 4 of the 400m Hurdles in 61.66 to qualify automatically and then Daly came 6th in Semi-Final 1 in 61.35 to come a very good 10th overall.

Sarah Glennon was 12th in the 5K Walk in 25.36.73 while Emily MacHugh was Disqualified.

The Girls Medley Relay team (100,200,300,400m) finished 4th in their Heat in 2.13.64 to come 10th overall. The team was made up of Adeyemi Talabi, Patience Jumbo-Gala, Rachel McCann and Simone Lalor who ran the legs in that order and distance.

Ciara Kennelly finished 20th in the High Jump with a highest clearance of 1.68m

Sophie Meredith came 15th in the Long Jump with a best mark of 5.79m with Ruby Millet 17th with her longest jump being 5.63m

Miranda Tcheutchoua finished 9th in Group B of the Hammer with a best mark of 58.31m to come 21st overall.


The World U20 Championships also proved to be fruitful for Ireland's brightest prospects :
Aaron Sexton was 4th in Heat 5 of the 200m in 21.06 to come 11th Overall and Qualify automatically. Sexton then came 5th in Semi-Final 2 in 21.33 to finish 15th overall.

Darragh McElhinney ended up 18th in the 5000m in 14.53.63

Ireland were 3rd in Heat 1 of the 4x100m Relay in 40.51 which wasn't enough to get through.

Ciara Neville was 2nd in Heat 4 of the 100m in 11.54 to come 8th overall and Qualify automatically. Gina Akpe-Moses took 2nd in Heat 5 in 11.58 to also progress automatically in 10th.
Gina Akpe-Moses was 3rd in Semi-Final 1 in 11.51 to get through in 5th to qualify as a fastest loser. Ciara Neville finished 5th in Semi-Final 3 in 11.70 which left her 16th overall.
Gina Akpe-Moses ended up 8th in the Final in 11.64

Ciara Neville was 4th in Heat 4 of the 200m in 24.01 to get through in 17th and qualify automatically. Neville finished 8th in Semi-Final 2 in 24.68 to come 22nd overall.

Davicia Patterson came 2nd in Heat 1 of the 400m in 53.20 to qualify automatically in 9th while Ciara Deely took 6th in Heat 2 in 54.69 to end up 24th which wasn't enough to go through.
Davicia Patterson finished 3rd in Semi-Final 3 in 53.67 which left her 11th overall.

Jo Keane was 7th in Heat 5 of the 800m in 2.09.59 to come 19th and qualify as a fastest loser. Keane came 5th in Semi-Final 1 in 2.06.91 which left her 18th overall.

Molly Scott came 3rd in Heat 1 of the 100m Hurdles in 13.95 which qualified her automatically in 21st.
Scott claimed 8th in Semi-Final 2 in 13.94 and she ended up 24th overall.

Orla O'Connor was 14th in the 10k Walk in 47.55.40 with Niamh O'Connor back in 32nd in 53.25.90

Ireland was 1st Heat 2 in the 4x100m Relay in 44.27 with the team of Molly Scott, Gina Akpe-Moses, Rhasidat Adeleke, Patience Jumbo-Gala.
Ireland then followed that up to come 2nd in the Final in 43.90 with the team composed of Scott, Akpe-Moses, Ciara Neville and Jumbo-Gala to win SILVER.

Sommer Lecky was 1= in Group 1 of the High Jump with her clearance of 1.84m. Lecky then performed excellently to come 2nd in the Final with a PB clearance of 1.90m to win a SILVER medal.


Cork City Games :
Marcus Lawler came 8th in the 100m in 10.49

Marcus Lawler was 2nd in the 200m in 20.40 while Thomas Barr came 6th in 21.16

Sean Tobin finished 11th in the 1500m in 3.44.59, Kieran Kelly came 12th in 3.47.54 and Luke McCann was 13th in 3.50.64

Paul Byrne came 4th in the 400m Hurdles in 51.22

Phil Healy flew to 2nd in the 100m in a sizzling 11.30
Niamh Whelan was 3rd in the 100m B in 11.79 with Sarah Murray 5th in 11.85

Phil Healy then stormed to 3rd in the 200m in 22.99
Niamh Whelan claimed 6th in the 200m B in 24.00

Siofra Cleirigh Buttner was 6th in the 800m in 2.04.42 with Nadia Power 10th in 2.05.64

Sophie O'Sullivan won the 1500m Junior in 4.22.22 and Stephanie Cotter was 2nd in 4.22.52


Morton Games :
Jeremy Philipps was 5th in Heat 1 of the 100m in 10.76, Marcus Lawler came 6th in Heat 2 10.64 and Dean Adams took 9th in 10.89
Marcus Lawler finished 7th in the Final in 10.54

Christopher O'Donnell ended up 6th in the 400m in 46.85 with Brandon Arrey 7th in 47.86
Craig Newell came 1st in the 400m B in 47.98, Andrew Mellon was 2nd in 48.12, Luke Lennon-Ford claimed 3rd in 48.16 and Dara Kervick 4th ended up 48.33

Zak Curran finished 4th in 1.47.07 with John Fitzsimons 9th in 1.48.09
Mark Milner ended up 3rd in the 800m B in 1.53.34, Cathal Doyle took 4th in 1.53.80 and Kevin McGrath claimed 5th in 1.53.80

John Travers was 2nd in the 1500m in 3.41.41 with Brian Fay 13th in 3.44.34 and Sean Tobin 14th in 3.45.03

Stephen Scullion finished 7th in the 5000m in 13.50.04 with Kevin Maunsell 14th in 13.57.75

Phil Healy done great to finish 2nd in the 400m in 52.88 while Catherine McManus was 8th in 54.81

Ciara Mageean took 2nd in 2.02.13 with Siofra Cleirigh Buttner 4th in 2.02.63 and Claire Mooney 7th in 2.03.19
Maisy O'Sullivan was 1st in the 800m B in 2.08.36, Stephanie Cotter 2nd in 2.09.73, Jenna Bromell 3rd in 2.09.73 and Alanna Lally 4th in 2.09.74

Amy O'Donoghue came 10th in the 1500m in 4.17.03 with Sarah Healy 11th in 4.17.37, Nadia Power 14th in 4.19.18 and Ciara Everard 15th in 4.22.85
 


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