Hundreds enjoy the sun and muck at Letterkenny schools cross-country event

Letterkenny primary schools cross country event at O'Donnell Park

Hundreds enjoy the sun and muck at Letterkenny schools cross-country event
by @nationalist.ie @TheNationalist

Hundreds of children from all the Letterkenny and neighbouring primary schools turned out to participate in the Letterkenny AC annual cross country event in the O'Donnell Park on Friday morning.

The children had to run in wet and mucky conditions which added to the fun as the sun shone down brightly on them. It was an excellent and well organised event. Well done to all involved.

Under- 9 girls - 1 Emma Bonnar, Woodlands; 2 Ita McGee, Gaelscoil; 3 Sophie Ellis, Woodlands. Team - 1 Woodlands, 16; Gaelscoil, 27; Scoil Mhuire Gan Smal, 58.

Under-9 boys - 1 Harry Shiels, Gaelscoil; 2 Adam Rogers, Scoil Cholmcille; 3 Josh Ryan, Lurgybrack. Team - 1 Gaelscoil, 32; 2 Woodlands, 42; Lurgybrack, 45.

Under-11 girls - 1 Beibhinn Coyle, Gaelscoil; 2 Clare Gallagher, Illistrin; 3 Ellie Gallagher, Lurgbrack. Team -1 Gaelscoil, 26; 2 Lurgybrack; 3. Woodlands 43.

Under-11 boys - 1 Philip McGee, Gaelscoil; 2 Adam McDaid, Illistrin; 3 Eoghan Farren, Gaelscoil. Team - 1. Gaelscoil; 2 Illistrin; 3 Woodlands.

Under-13 girls - 1 Sarah Bradley, Gaelscoil; 2 Erin Doherty, Gaelscoil; 3 Demi Crossan, Lurbybrack; Team - 1 Gaelscoil, 21; 2 Lurgybrack, 26; 3 Woodlands, 53.

Under-13 boys - 1 Evan McKeown, Illistrin; 2 Oran Kelly, Woodlands; 3 Declan Doherty, Educate Together. Team - 1. Woodlands, 29; 2 Lurgybrack 39; 3 Gaelscoil, 48.

See Monday's Donegal People's Press for pictorial

coverage.

Pictured above are the first three finishers in the boy's under-9 race, from left Josh Ryan, Lurgybrack (third) Harry Shiels, Gaelscoil (winner) and Adam Rogers, Scoil Cholmcille (runner-up). Photo: Clive Wasson.