Waterford medal winners at Kilmacow Open Sports Easter Monday
80 Metres girls u 9 1 Lilly Mae Quelly (KCK) 2 Alannah Taylor Ferrybank 3 Saoirse Ferguson do, u 10 2 Andrea Chacko Ferrybank u11 2 Cora Miller do,boys u11 1 Eddie Raicevic Finnisk Valley, girls u12 2 Ava Flavin do,boys u12 2 Peter Bower KCK.100 Metres girls u13 1 Petra Igwe Ferrybank 2 Caragh Queally KCK,girls u14 1 Mia Casey 3 Annabelle Walsh both Ferrybank,boys u14 2 Corey Scanlon Finnisk Valley, girls u15 2 Chloe O'Connor Waterford 3 Ava Lonergan Ferrybank, boys u16 1 Darragh O’Neill Tramore,girls u17 1 Paula Igwe Ferrybank 300m.girls u 10 2 Leah Queally KCK 3 Lilly Mae Queally do,700m boys u12 3 Peter Power KCK,girls u 13 2 Grace Fanning Waterford 3 Isabelle Gallagher Ferrybank,girls u14 2 Muireann Duffin Waterford 3 Mia Casey Ferrybank, u15 2 Angelina Chizhikova West Waterford 3 Rosanne Power KCK girls u17 1 Anna Fanning Waterford.1500m junior men1 Fergus O’Brien Waterford 2 Liam Og Cuddihy do,vets men 1 Yev Chizhikov West Wateford. Relays girls u10 3 Tramore,u12 1 Finnisk Valley 3 Ferrybank, boys u12 2 Tramore, girls u14 1 Ferrybank 3 Tramore, boys u14 3 Tramore. javelin boys u16 2 Adam Bowne Waterford, long jump girls u14 2 Mia Casey Ferrybank, Junior 2 Paula Igwe do,Junior boys 3 Darragh O'Neill Tramore shot putt boys12 1 Edie Raicevic Finnisk Valley, boys u14 1 Corey Scanlon do, u16 1 Darragh O'Neill Tramore,u17 girls. 2 Paula Igwe Ferrybank.
Athletic's Ireland AGM
The Crowne Plaza Hotel in Santry Dublin is the venue on Saturday next for the AGM of Athletics Ireland which gets underway at 12 noon From 3 pm to 4 pm a special Celebration will take place remembering the World X Country in Limerick in 1979 where John Treacy retained his title one of the greatest sporting achievements ever on Irish soil by an Irish sportsperson and of course he was joined by Gerry Deegan on the Irish team that won silver team medals with John Treacy's brother Ray on the team also while Brendan Quinn ran in the junior race,all are expected to be present on Saturday. Afterwards a lunch will be hosted by Athletics Ireland
Faugheen 5 km Report
106 competed in Race 1 of The Outfield Sports Series the Coughlan Careplus Pharmacy Faugheen 5 km road race last Friday evening in perfect conditions. David Mansfield Clonmel led from the start and won going away in 15 minutes 11 seconds, Paddy Cummins Moycarkey was second in 15.50 and Alban Coughlan Carrick on Suir was third in 15.55.First lady home was Angela Mc Cann Clonmel in 18.15 ,Madeline Loughnane was second in 18.50 and Jacqueline Hughes third in15.55 both Thurles Crokes..First Waterford athlete home in 4th was David Power who runs with Rathfarnham. It was as usual very well organised by Carrick on Suir Road Runners.
250 competed in the Annual 5 miles Easter Bunny Run in the City and Brian Murphy Carrick on Suir won in 23 minutes 27 seconds, Trevor Power Waterford was second in 28.23 and Warren Roche Ferrybank was third in 28.43,first lady home was Aisling Ferguson in 33.27, Anna Duffin was second in 34.42 and Kate Nolan was third in 34.42 also.
Early May Track and Field Fixtures
Wednesday May 1st East Munster Secondary Schools Girls T&F Templemore 12 noon Thursday May 2nd West Waterford Primary Schools Big Schools St Augustine's Abbeyside 6.30 pm..Thursday May 9th East Munster Secondary Schools Boys Championships RSC 11.30 am,Thursday May 9th West Waterford Primary Schools Small Schools St Augustine's Abbeyside 6.30 pm.Sunday May 12th Waterford County Championships Day 1 10 am please note time. (Full programme with all clubs long ago and all should make their athletes of all ages fully aware of the events and train them accordingly especially for technical events)
Road Races Coming up
Friday May 3 rd Race 2 Outfield Sports Series Tom Jordan Memorial 5 miles in Portlaw 7.30 pm,Friday May 10 th An Tobar 5 miles Ardmore 7 pm ( Elvery's/Asics Intersport Series), Friday May 17 th Splashworld 10km Tramore 7pm, Friday 24 th May Touraneena 5 km 7.30 pm (Elvery's /Asics Intersport Series )