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Tuam AC Notes 14 July 2014

Tuam AC - 14 July, 2014 - 22:27

The road race season is in full swing with no shortage of races and Tuam AC are well represented everywhere. We had a great turnout in Headford last weekend and it was great to see Assumpta Meenaghan representing Tuam once again and Tim Geraghty had a massive sprint finish, Sean O’Morain took a break from his very successful organization of the Fit4Life programme and put on his racing shoes and we were also delighted to see some first time runners including Emilio Fusciardi who was taking part in his first 8k race and really enjoyed it. We also had a number of prize winners including Tommy Joe Whyte, Clare Rowe, Ann Marie Miskell and Andrea Ridge, it was great to see the Tuam AC ladies taking prizes and they were well deserved as Headford is a tough course with serious competition. It was a top class event as always and we would like to thank the organizers, stewards, Headford Gardai and everybody who provided refreshments for a very enjoyable evening. The action moved to Killererin on Sunday for the 2nd running of the Killererin GAA Ladies Football 10k and 5k. Unfortunately some of our members were missing as they were in Castlebar for the Connacht Final but we still had a good crew in Killererin and the highlights included Dan O’Rourke finishing 3rd in the 10k, Mark Rabbitte finishing 3rd in the 5k and winning his category in a very impressive 21 mins and it is always a pleasure to see Roger Rushe’s name appear in the results and he was joined by Audrey Greaney and Caroline Mahon. Other notable performances included Derek Naughton who also had a fine run in Headford. Martin Hynes who won his category, Tim Geraghty who ran a great time and Shane Crisham another new recruit to Tuam AC and a great addition to our team.

EGM Wednesday 23rd July 7pm

Craughwell AC - 13 July, 2014 - 07:10

An EGM will take place Wednesday 23rd July at 7pm in Craughwell Community Centre in order to finalise the legal documentation for the purchase of the 8 acre site beside the school. It is hoped to have a large attendance from members and parents to hear an update on progress. Its hoped that the legal purchase will then complete by the end of July.

It is expected that it will take only 30 minutes. It will be followed immediately by a coaches meeting to review the year to date and to finalise coaching times and structures for the Autumn. All are welcome to stay for this part of the meeting also.

Timetable and program for Tullamore

Craughwell AC - 12 July, 2014 - 13:10

The timetable for tomorrow's U12-19 National track & field finals is as:-

The list of competitors in each event is at:-

Best of luck to all of our athletes taking part!!

Donate Online to Athletes Cambodian Appeal

Craughwell AC - 12 July, 2014 - 12:34

Two of our athletes Ashley and Christopher McDonnell are in the final stages of preparation for their trip to Cambodia to help teach english, french and computers to children there and to raise funds for building a school there.

You can donate online to help their fund-raising campaign. Go to the link beflow for more details and hit the donate button at the bottom of that page!


Keith Fallon at the Irish Junior & U23 Championships

Galway City Harriers - 10 July, 2014 - 16:33

Congratulations to Keith Fallon at the Irish Junior & U23 Championships in Cork last weekend

In the under 23 competition Keith had a great run in the 800m winning in 1 minute 55 secs to add the outdoor title to his indoor 800m.

Later he finished in a close 4th in the 1500m.

Reminder Galway Junior/Masters/Senior T&F Day 2

Craughwell AC - 9 July, 2014 - 22:09

The Galway Senior/Junior/Masters Track and Field 2014 Championship Day Two takes place Thursday July 10th in Dangan , NUI Sports grounds, Galway. These events are open to all AAI Galway registered athletes , with guest athletes from other AAI clubs outside Galway welcome.

Registration - is open at the track from 6.15 pm / Entry is 5 euro

Events order on the day will be as follows

Jamie Fallon Takes National Junior 5K Title

Craughwell AC - 9 July, 2014 - 22:05

Jamie Fallon had a fantastic run in the National Junior 5000m in Cork IT at the weekend when winning it in a time of 15.19.87. If you were watching it on aertv.ie, the commentators were very impressed with Jamie's performance as the race was combined with the U23s and Jamie placed 4th overall in the field - shaking it up with athletes 5 years older at the head of the race.

Also in action, Cathriona Farrell took the National U23 High Jump title with a leap of 1.65m. Cathriona was nursing an injury picked up recently in training and retired from the competition after the 1.65m jump as she had won it at that stage.

Conor Duggan had 2 top-drawer performances in qualifying for the finals of the U20 100m and 200m sprints where he placed 8th in the 100m in 11.20 and 5th in the 200m in 22.51. Both PBs and club records (wind-assisted but we haven't been ruling those out for club records since in many races we would not have wind guages in operation).

Peadar Harvey placed 4th in the U23 800m in 2.00.20 with Gavin Cooney 8th in 2.06.64 - a strong performance from Gavin who has been successfully combining his hurling with 800m training and came very close to hitting his target of 2:05 in this race. Damian O’Boyle placed 8th in the U20 1500m in 4.08.92 with Neil Greaney 12th in 4.16.23.

Craughwell AC at the National Juvenile Relays

Craughwell AC - 9 July, 2014 - 21:55

Craughwell AC U15 Boys 4x100m Relay
Daniel Callanan-Forde, Cian Waters, Sean Delaney, Oisin Lyons

The club battled bravely in Tullamore for National relay honours with the U15 boys team recording the club’s best result with a 5th place in their 4x100m final in a time of 49.96 (Sean Delaney, Cian Waters, Oisin Lyons, Daniel Callanan-Forde). The U14 boys also made their 4x100m final where they placed 8th in a time of 58.12 (Luke Roberts, Conor Hughes, Cathal Walsh, Oisin Shannon). The U12 boys just missed out on making the final by 0.07 of a second with their team of Gavin Kelly, Conall Doyle, Pádraic Martyn and Shaun Gilligan while the U13 boys also competed well but didn’t make the final (Kyle Moorhead, Alex Evans, Finbar McFadden, Ryan Gallagher, Brandon Morgan).

In the girls events, the U15 girls placed 10th in a time of 55.78 (Caoilin Milton, Aoife Walshe, Laura Cunningham, Lorraine Delaney, Shauna Tobin) while the U12 girls placed 12th in a time of 60.55 (Aoife Kelly, Emma Jane Moran, Aine Kelly, Ava Finn, Kate Reilly).

Craughwell AC U15 Girls 4x100m Relay
Aoife Walshe, Lorraine Delaney, Caoilin Milton, Laura Cunningham, Shauna Tobin

Congratulations Sineád!

Craughwell AC - 9 July, 2014 - 21:45

Congratulations to Sineád Treacy who had been selected to represent Ireland in the 200m and the 4x300m relay in the Schools International Track & Field which will take place in Cardiff later this month.

Sineád's selection comes on the back of some fine performances in the Schools track & field and in the Tailteann Games and is richly deserved.

It is her second international, with the first having been the Schools Pentathlon held last year in Glasgow.

The club wish Sineád the very best of luck as she makes the short trip across the Irish Sea and are very proud of her achievements.


Juvenile Track Results Round up

Galway City Harriers - 8 July, 2014 - 21:35

In Cork on Sunday Emma O'Hara won the Junior women's hammer title with a throw of 56.38 meetres. Joanne who hails from England & is a 1st year University student in the US already had an A standard for the World Junior T&F championships in Eugene, Oregon later this month. She was selected last night for the W.J. Emma is from England with Mayo & Galway grandparents.

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Day 2 - Galway Senior/Junior/Masters T&F 2014 Championship

Galway City Harriers - 8 July, 2014 - 08:38

The Galway Senior/Junior/Masters Track and Field 2014 Championship Day Two takes place next Thursday July 10th in Dangan , NUI Sports grounds, Galway, with check in open from 6.15pm onwards at the track. 

These events are open to all AAI Galway  registered athletes  , with guest athletes from other AAI  clubs outside Galway welcome. 

Registration - is open at the track from 6.15 pm / Entry is 5 euro

Events order on the day will be as follows

7.15pm - 100m
7.40pm - 400m
8.00pm - 1500m
8.30pm - 4 x 400m Relay

7.00pm - High Jump
7.45pm - Triple Jump

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Galway Simon's Assphalt Results Results

Galway City Harriers - 2 July, 2014 - 18:53

Galway City Harriers really did kick ass at the Simon Kick Assphault.

In the 10 mile race GCH's Gary Thornton was first home in 57.28, Mick Rice was 2nd with a 1.02.35 & Jane Anne Healy was 3rd overall with a 1.05.36

And in the 10k we had lots of GCH top finishers including Sean Hanely in second in the mens race in 36:33 and Seamus Leddy in thrid in 37:47.

In the Womens 10k Sinead Brody was first home in 40:44 and GCH's Siobhan Egan was second in 42:03 (a new PB, congrats.

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Results of the Annaghdown 10k 2014

Galway City Harriers - 2 July, 2014 - 18:46

Well done to GCH’s Conor Dolan who is continuing his winning streak with a first place win in 33:37, and Owen Byrne 34:40 and Ray Somers (Athenry AC) in third in 36:25.

Congrats to Jane Ann Meehan (Athenry AC) in first 38:04 and Regina Casey (GCH) in second in 39:05 and Helen Corbett (GCH) in 41:04.

Full results click HERE.

Renville 5k Results

Galway City Harriers - 2 July, 2014 - 18:29

Congrats to everyone who took part in not so great weather conditions at the Renville 5k, the event which this year was in aid of Galway Autism Partnership.

Well done to GCH's Sean Hanley & Martin Hegarty both home in 17:41 and Danny Carr in 18:44.

Regina Casey took the womens title in 18:02. And Niamh Hennelly in 4th in 20:21.

Full results click HERE.

Results from Day 1 of County Track & Field Championsh​ips 2014

Galway City Harriers - 2 July, 2014 - 18:15

Well doen tpo all from GCH who took part in the County T&F last Sunday.
Congrats ro all out medalists and to Brian Bruton for organising the event.

Full results attached

Tuam AC Notes 30 June 2014

Tuam AC - 30 June, 2014 - 22:02

TuamAC Fit4Life beginners running group finished their training programme last Tuesday. All beginners stared their training on 1st April walking around the path in St. Jarlaths and finished the programme by running 5k. Well done to all. It is a great achievement! Thanks to all the leaders for their help and support throughout this programme. Their mentoring and encouragement has helped each of the participants achieve their running potential. Club running continues every Tuesday and Thursday evening. The next beginners running group will start in July. Please contact sean@tuamac.com for further information or to register your interest. All members are asked to support the Headford 8k on Saturday evening. This race is one of the highlights of the year and not to be missed. The race committee in Headford have raised in excess of EUR30,000 for children with disabilities and the 2014 race is their 10th Anniversary and will be a special event. Entries are available online now at www.runireland.com and late entries will be taken on the day. Congratulations to all of our runners who have performed so well over the last two weeks, we are delighted to report that their are too many highlights to mention so well done to everybody who ran in Annaghdown 10k, Ballyhaunis 5k, Castlebar 5k, The Galway County Track and Field Championships and the Quiet Man TriAthlon and Ironman Austria. The club is going from strength to strength , keep on running.


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