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Results of Munster Senior & Masters Track and Field Championships 2018

Provisional Results of Munster Juvenile 9-11, Senior & Masters T&F Championships 2018


Sunday June 10th 2018


sean mcgrath munster masters xc champion 2017a

Sean McGrath, East Cork AC, Munster Senior 3000m Champion 2018


Results on Munster Athletics website


Senior Results


Masters Results


Relay Results


Juvenile Girls 9 - 11 Results


Juvenile Boys 9 - 11 Results

Cork athletes garnered a total of 143 medals at last weekend's Munster T&F Championships

There were eight Cork winners in the Senior Championships: Stephanie Cotter (West Muskerry AC, 800m, 2:15.39), Jessica Neville (Leevale AC, 400mH, 1:04.20), Sean McGrath (East Cork AC, 5000, 15:03.72), David Cussen (Old Abbey AC, High Jump, 1.95m), Wymin Sivukamar (Leevale AC, Triple Jump, 13.58m), Benny Healy (Fanahan McSweeney AC, Shot Put, 11.66m)and Laura McSweeney (Bandon AC, Shot Put, 11.41m).

However pride of place must go to Daniel O'Mahony, Leevale AC, who set a new Munster Record, when winning the 400mH, in 57.81 sec.  In total, Cork Seniors came away with 19 medals: 8 Gold, 5 Silver and 6 Bronze.

Cork Masters were prolific in collecting 80 medals; 37 Gold, 24 Silver and 19 Bronze, with a total of seven age group records set by the Cork contingent: Con O'Donovan, Rising Sun AC, 15.8 sec in the M75 100m; Brendan Dennehy, Rising Sun AC, 29.55, in the M70 200m, Pat Moore, Leevale AC, threw 10.21m in the M70 Shot Put; John Rice, Grange-Fermoy AC, Threw 29.0m in the M70 Hammer and Tim Fitzpatrick, Liscarroll AC, threw 23.13m in the M5 Hammer. Michael Harrington, Durrus AC, set two M45 records: 4:24.05 in the 1500m, and 9:20.39 in the 3000m.


The Juvenile Under 9 - 11 Championships were held on Saturday, with Cork bringing home 45 medals: 14 Gold, 13 Silver and 18 Bronze

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