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Entries for National Juniors and Masters T&F Championships 2020 Close on Friday

National Masters & Juniors T&F Championships Open Today - and Close on Friday

Morton Stadium, Santry, Dublin

Juniors: Saturday 5th September

Masters: Sunday 6th September

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Entries for both the National Masters and National Junior T&F Championships opened this afternoon, and will remain open until 3pm this Friday, August 28th.

Junior Athletes are confined to two (2) event only, while Masters are confined to a single (1) event.

Late entries will not be accepted, and athletes may not change events after Friday's closing date.


Please note, there may be a change of dates once entries are received



Athletes should take current government guidelines into account prior to completing their entries.

Athletes who reside in a county that is under government lockdown, or those who have been off the island of Ireland in the 14 days leading up to the competition may not compete

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