Reports

March 2014

Well done to all who participated in the 2014 Spring League. Photos now on Flickr

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March 30th 2014

Congratulations to Roland Surlis who won a brilliant silver medal in the U17 800m AAI All Ireland Championships running under 2 minutes in a big pb performance and also to Paul Sexton, Bronze medal winner in the U17 Hurdles. Clodagh O’Reilly was part of the bronze medal winning Irish Schools Cross Country Team in the SIAB Scools International Cross Country Championships in Bolton. 


March 16th 2014

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There were some excellent performances at Day 1 of the County Cavan Spring League with medal winning performances in all age groups. Photos posted on Flickr. Results will be posted when made available.




March 15th 

Templeport 8k Results 

Donore Harrier’s Niall Lynch was the winner of the Templeport 8k in a time of 27.23s with Shane Brady of Clones AC and Martin Dolan in 2nd and 3rd place. The Ladies race was won by Bernie McAdam of Clones in 40:19s with Yvonne McAllister (Carrick) 2nd and Fiona Connolly (Annalee) 3rd.


March 10th 

Sportshall success for Annalee members.

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As always, the Sportshall competitons was a big hit with the younger athletes in Annalee. They won both the U9 and the U12 shields with excellent performances in all age groups. RESULTS of Day 2 available-click here


March 9th 2014

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Annalee athletes were in action this weekend at the All Ireland Secondary Schools and Universities Cross Country Championships held in Cork Institute of Technology.  First to compete was Clodagh O'Reilly, Loreto College, Cavan, in the Intermediate race over 3500m on a very difficult course. Clodagh was making a bid for three in a row having taken the title for the last two years. Clodagh led the early race but was kept in close check by Rhona Pierce, Skerries and these two broke away from the field exchanging the pole position on a few occasions. Rhona pulled away in the last 800 meters and Clodagh finished in second place.

Next to run was Aodhagan Watters, St Patricks College, Cavan in the Intermediate boys race over 5000m. The pace was very fast in this race and with the conditions under foot deteriorating Aodhagan found the going tough but settled in the latter part of the race to finish strongly.

Cian O'Reilly and his brother Aodhagan were in action for the UCD team in the Universities competition. This was the final race of the day run over 8000m and the field was packed with quality athletes including the eventual winner John Coughlan, DCU, son of  World Champion Eamonn. The race started at a fast pace and there was no let up over the 8 km, Cian took up his position with the leading group for the early laps but lost some ground in the latter half of the race. Spurred on by the will to place well for the UCD team he found some renewed strength in the last lap to finish strongly in 12th position, helping the team to finish second to the DCU team.

March 2nd 2014

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Clodagh O’Reilly was second in the All Ireland Junior Ladies 4000m Cross Country Championships in Dundalk yesterday. Clodagh led most of the race but was overtaken in the later stages and had to be content with the silver medal this time around.  Mary Kate Gannon, Ciaran O’Reilly, Cian Brady and Alex Prior all ran for County Cavan in the intercounty relays. The U12 Boys and U14 Boys were 4th while the U12 Boys were 6th.



 © Miriam Griffin 2012