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Belgooly Athletes Compete in Scottish Age-Group Indoor Championships

Zoe Conway and Hannah Falvey Run in Scottish Indoor Championships

Emirates Arena, Glasgow, Scotland

Saturday February 2nd 2019


zoe conway hannah falvey belgooly ac glasgow february 2019

Zoe Conway and Hannah Falvey at Scottish Age-Group Indoor Championships 2019


Report, Photos & Video: Pat Falvey & Colette Kelly

On Saturday February 2nd, two Belgooly AC athletes, Hannah Falvey and Zoe Conway, were part of a small group of Irish athletes who travelled to Scotland, to take part in the Scottish Age-Group Indoor Championships, at the Emirates Arena, Glasgow.

Both athletes performed very well, with Zoe finishing 6th, in the 800m, in a new PB of 2:30.57. She won her 200m Heat, in 29.06 sec, and placed third in her 200m semi-final, with another PB of 29.03 sec.

zoe conway belgooly ac glasgow february 2019Zoe Conway winning 200m Heat

Hannah competed in the 60m and 200m. In the 60m, she won her Heat, Semi-Final, and the final, setting a new PB and CBP (Championship Best Performance) of 8.03s in the process.

Hannah also ran in the 200m, again winning her Heat (26.59 sec), Semi-Final (26.11 sec) and Final, improving the old CBP in every round. Hannah won the final with a run of 25.77 sec, to set a new CBP by over a second, from the old mark of 26.83 sec. It is noteworthy that this was Hannah's first ever 200m in competition!

hannah falvey belgooly ac glasgow february 2019Hannah Falvey Finishing 200m

Well done to both girls on what was their first international trip.


Hannah Falvey 60m



Zoe Conway's 200m Heat


Zoe came 3rd in the 200m Heat, in a time of 29.04 sec, in the Girls Under-13, at the FPSG Scottish National Indoor Championships 2019


 Hannah Falvey's 200m

Hannah Falvey wins Girls U13 Scottish National Indoor Championhip 2019



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