Tir Chonaill AC success at Ulster/ANI Indoor championships


Staff reporter


Staff reporter

Tir Chonaill AC at 58 club athletes contesting the Ulster/ANI Indoor championships at the National Indoor Arena on Saturday/Sunday last.
They won an unprecedented 49 medals - 18 gold, 14 silver, 17 bronze during two days of exciting competition in a world class stadium. Congratulations to all and thanks to all club coaches, parents and supporters for a memorable and successful two days of competition
U16 Girls: 1st Niamh Mohan, 9.26secs, 2nd Rachael Galagher, 9.32secs, 3rd Lucy McGlynn, 9.38secs.
U14 Boys: 1st Eoin Boyle, 10.87secs.
U16 Boys: 1st Ben Campbell, 9.44secs.
U13 Boys: 1st Ethan Dewhirst, 10.60secs, 2nd Sawyer Campbell, 11.62secs
U15 Boys: 3rd Fintan Dewhirst, 9.82secs; Daire McDevitt, 11.13secs
U15 Girls: Alexis Campbell, 10.45secs;
U17 Boys: 3rd Shane Breslin, 9.77secs.
U18 Girls 3rd Laoise McGonagle, 10.89secs
U18 Boys 1st Eoin Sharkey, 9.35secs
60m Sprint
U12 Girls 4th Emma Jane Shovelin, 9.21secs. Ella Byrne, 10,58secs.
U13 Girls Aisling Hearty, 9.36secs; Ava Anderson,9.43secs
U13 Boys 2nd Sawyer Campbell, 8.68secs, 3rd Ethan Dewhirst, 8.76secs, 4th Oisin Gillespie, 9.93secs, Jamie Kennedy, 9.38secs
U15 GirlsAlexis Campbell, 8.71secs, Tori Murchan, 8.87secs, Molly McGrory, 9.28secs
U14 Boys 6th Kasper Adamski 8.19secs
U18 Boys Adam Barnes, 8.28secs
U12 Boys Daniel Byrne, 10.05secs, Tiernan Gillespie, 10.35secs
U14Girls 4th Emma Kennedy, 9.24secs
U16 Girls Saorla Hearty, 9.12secs
U16 Boys 1st Ben Campbell, 24.27secs; Jamie Kennedy, 26.98secs
U16 Girls 2nd Lucy McGlynn, 27.20secs
U17 Boys 27.79secs
U18 Girls 3rd Laoise McGonagle, 64.83secs
U18 Boys 2nd Eoin Sharkey, 53.13secs
U12 Girls Aine Brannigan, 2mins 1.22secs, Ailbhe Doherty, 2mins5.46secs, Ella Byrne, 2mins 9.96secs
U12 Boys Daniel Byrne, 1mins 58.13secs, Jude McNamee 2mins 14.1secs, Tiernan Gillespie, 2mins 17.79secs, Antoni Marszalik 2mins 21.75secs
U13 Boys 7th Conor McCahill, 1min 54.12secs, Caolan Gilbride, 1min 56.49secs
U14 Boys 5th Lee McNamee, 2mins 33.35secs
U14 Girls Niamh Caldwell, 2mins 43.25secs
U15 800m 5th Cathal O'Donnell, 2mkins18.16secs, Pauric Cunningham, 2mins 52.17secs
U16 Girls Ailbhe McCrossan 2mins 49.48secs
U17 Girls Niamh ODonnell, 5mins 51.45secs
U19 Girls Kitty McNulty, 5mins 43.29secs
U19 Boys Declan Sharkey, 4mins 38.34secs
U19 Girls 1.2k 1st Siobhan Doherty
Shot Putt
U12 Girls 1st Alanah Anderson, 7.68m
U13 Girls 2nd Ava Anderson, 9.96m; Emer McDevitt, 5.99m
U13 Boys 3rd Conor McDevitt, 9.88m
U14 Boys 2nd Shay O'Halloran, 9.98m, 3rd Cormac Carr, 9.08m
U15 Boys 1st Kasper Adamski, 12.37m, 2nd Alex Anderson, 11.73m
U16 Girls Saorla Hearty,7.23m
U16 Boys 1st Johnnie McGonagle, 11.67m; Matthew McNamee, 6.09m
U17 Girls 4th Emily McNulty, 8.20m
U17 Boys 3rd Shane Breslin, 12.24m, 4th Diurmuid O'Donnell, 9.70m
U18 Girls 1st Laoise McGonagle, 10.93m
Under 18 Boys 2nd Adam Barnes, 11.21m
Long Jump
U12 Girls 2nd Allanah Anderson, 3.75m, 4th Emma Jane Shovlin, 3.68m
U14 Girls Cora Doherty, 3.49m, Emma Kennedy, 3.49m
U13 Girls Aisling Hearty, 3.84m, Ava Anderson, 3.81m
U13 Boys 2nd Fintan Dewhirst, 4.37m, 3rd Sawyer Campbell, 4.02m, Oisin Gillespie, 3.76m, Jamie Kennedy, 3.32m
U14 Boys 1st Eoin Boyle, 4.43m, 3rd Shay O'Halloran, 3.89m
U15 Boys 3rd Daire McDevitt, 5.15m; Fintan Dewhirst, 4.49m
U16 Girls 2nd Niamh Mohan, 4.81m, 3rd Aoibhinn McGarrigle, 4.65m
U17 Girls Emily McNulty, 3.77m
U17 Boys Kian Gillespie, 4.48m
Triple Jump
U18 Boys/Girls 4th Eoin Sharkey, 11.94m, 3rd Gwenelle Ni Donnabhain 8.68m
High Jump
U12 Girls 2nd Emma Jane Shovelin, 1.09m
U13 Boys 1st Aidan McKeown, 1.28m
U14 Girls/Boys 5th Cora Doherty, 1.20m, 1st Eoin Boyle, 1.40m
U15 Girls 1st Tori Murchan, 1.51m
U16 Girls 2nd Rachael Gallagher,1.53m
4x200m Relays
U13 Boys 1st 2mins 2.63secs
U15 Boys 4th 1min 53.10secs
U16 Girls 1st 1min 51.44secs
U18 Boys 3rd 1min 46.37secs

Cara Bundoran 2019
The build up to the Cara Bundoran Challenge 2019 on the 8th, 9th and 10th March continues to attract a record entry. The hard working organising committee led by Cara boss and main sponsor Canice Nicholas indicate that this years event will be even bigger and better than previous years.
A record entry in the Friday evening's 5k, Saturdays 10miles walk, 10miles and 10k runs and Sundays 21k TT Cycle will be capped at 2,500 participants. Many entrants are repeating for the eighth year and indicate the inclusive and welcoming atmosphere, superb organisation, an athlete friendly course that has breath taking 'Wild Atlantic Way' segments along the Leitrim loop and the final two K around Roguey to the finish at the sea front as attractions The excellent prize fund - of over €8k - and goodie bags, specially struck medallions and T shirts for all finishers and the social inclusiveness are all mentioned.
Former winner John Travers will contest the European Indoors this weekend in Glasgow and the following Saturday will lead a star studded entry and attempt to break the Cara 10 miles course record.
The Cara Bundoran Challenge is unique in that it attracts the elite international athlete, the club athlete and the participant -jogger and walker that is attempting to regain fitness. Last years, Friday nights 5k, attracted over 500 entrants -many from local primary and secondary schools.
This year Cara are honoured to have Cathal Gallagher of Operation Transformation fame as official starter for the 5k event
Tir Chonaill AC are delighted to be involved in this annual event with a record number of club members participating and supporting in the numerous organisational and hospitality roles. Since its inception eight years ago the Cara Challenge has supported charities to the tune of over €100,000. This years deserving charities are Cancer Care West, Epilepsy Ireland and Make a Wish Ireland.
Its still not too late to enter and take up the challenge to walk, jog, run or cycle in the what was described recently by John Travers as ' the most friendly and welcoming event 'I've ever competed in'.
Al entries must be made on line at Cara Bundoran Challenge 2019