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Results of Irish Life Health National Juvenile T&F Championships Day 2 2017

Results of Athletics Ireland National Juvenile T&F Championships 2017 - Day 2

Tullamore

Sunday July 9th 2017

emma coffey cork city sports athlete of the month march 2017 a 

Emma Coffey, Carraig na bhFear AC, one of three Cork athletes who had Championship Best Performances today

 

Results of Athletics Ireland National Juvenile T&F Championships 2017 - Day 2

Results on Athletics Ireland Website

Results on Athletics Ireland Website (Word Format)


Athletics Ireland National Juvenile T&F Championships 2017 - Day 1 Report

 

Cork Medalists on Day 2

Championship Best Performances for Megan Linehan (North Cork AC), Emma Coffey (Carraig na bhFear AC) and Harry Nevin (Leevale AC)

 

PosEvent/AthleteClubPerformance
 3K Walk U19 Women  
1 KEARNEY Rebecca Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 18:02.5
       
  400m U19 Men    
2 O'DRISCOLL Conor Leevale A.C. 49.88
       
2K Walk U15 Men
2 HURLEY Ciaran Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 10:58.4
       
  3000m U16 Men    
1 O'SULLIVAN Daire Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 09:33.0
       
  Discus (0.75Kg) U15 Women    
1 LENIHAN Megan North Cork A.C. 42.52 CBP
3 ALAMU Blessing Midleton A.C. 29.93
       
  Hammer (3Kg) U16 Women    
1 SHEEHY Ciara Liscarroll A.C. 43.41
       
  Long Jump U15 Men    
1 ADEMOLA Reece Leevale A.C. 5.73
       
  Long Jump U13 Men    
1 JOSEPH Joel Midleton A.C. 4.81
       
  Turbo Javelin U12 Men    
1 BAILEY Samuel Doheny A.C. 34.01
       
  Javelin (400g) U13 Women    
1 O'RIORDAN Selena Midleton A.C. 30.89
3 LYNE Jessica Leevale A.C. 27.94
       
  Long Jump U14 Women    
1 UGWAH Michelle Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 5.14
       
  Pole Vault U16 Women    
1 COFFEY Orla Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 3
       
  Pole Vault U17 Women    
1 COFFEY Emma Carraig-Na-Bhfear AC 3.30 CBP
       
  Pole Vault U18 Women    
1 WALSH Clodagh Abbey Striders AC 3.2
2 HICKEY Ciara Blarney/Inniscara AC 3.1
       
  Triple Jump U16 Women    
3 BARRETT Kerry Youghal A.C. 10.04 -0.7
       
  Hammer (3.25Kg) U17 Women    
2 CAHILL Tirna Youghal A.C. 47.82
       
  High Jump U13 Women    
2 CONNON Sophie Youghal A.C. 1.45
       
  Javelin (700g) U17 Men    
3 HAND Michael Old Abbey A.C. 42.28
       
  Long Jump U14 Men    
1 NEVIN Harry Leevale A.C. 5.81 CBP
       
  Triple Jump U16 men    
1 SIVAKUMAR Wymin Leevale A.C. 12.74 +1.8
3 CHAMBERS Tristan Bandon A.C. 12.13 +0.2
       
  Discus (0.75Kg) U14 Women    
2 PARKER Leah Midleton A.C. 26.3
       
  Hammer (5Kg) U18 Men    
2 O'CALLAGHAN Padraig Leevale A.C. 55.36
       
  High Jump U14 Men    
2 KAVANAGH Sean Midleton A.C. 1.64
       
  Javelin (500g) U16 Women    
2 SUGRUE Niamh Bandon A.C. 30.42
       
  Long Jump U13 Women    
2 O'REGAN Katie Riverstick/Kinsale AC 4.47
       
  Shot Put (2.72Kg) U15 Women    
3 LENIHAN Megan North Cork A.C. 12.09
       
  60m U12 Women    
2 FALVEY Hannah Belgooly A.C. 8.7
       
  60m U12 Men    
1 CASHMAN John Leevale A.C. 8.21
       
  80m U13 Women    
1 ROONEY Grace Youghal A.C. 10.48
3 JENKS Ella North Cork A.C. 10.94
       
  80m U13 Men m    
3 JOSEPH Joel Midleton A.C. 10.82
       
  80m U14 Women    
2 SLEEMAN Lucy-May Leevale A.C. 10.53
       
  80m U14 Men m    
2 WENEGIEME Glory Belgooly A.C. 10.03
       
  100m U16 Men    
3 HURLEY Daniel Leevale A.C. 11.47
       
  100m U17 Men    
1 O'LEARY Ryan Leevale A.C. 11.15
       
  100m U18 Men    
2 MCINERNEY Dave Bandon A.C. 11.17


Athletics Ireland Release - Feidhlim Kelly

On Day 2 of the Irish Life Health National Juvenile Championships, in Tullamore, there was more excellent performances from the future stars of the sport.

Shane Gevero (Cabinteely) sped to a championship best performance (CBP), in the U14 boys 80m, in 9.57 seconds, while in the U16 girls 3000m Roisin Treacy (Ashford) set a CBP of 10:25.57.

In the U18 age group, Ciara Deely (Kilkenny City Harriers) ran a CBP of 55.51, in the 400m, while Jade Williams (Shercock a.c.) set a new CBP of 57.38m in the hammer.


Ryan Carthy Walsh (Adamstown) was another standout performer winning the U19 boys high jump with a best of 2.10m.

 

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