West Cork T&F Even Championships 2018
Another Fantastic Day for West Muskerry Athletes
Posted: 02/05/2018 -
Another Great Day out for West Muskerry A.C.
West Muskerry A.C. competed in the 2nd leg of the West Cork Track and Field Championships on Sunday last the 29th of April and all had a great day. We had a lot of our new athletes competing for the first time and here were no tears from anyone. They went out and gave it a go and there were smiles all round for everyone. They tried some new events that the club would not have the facility to train for like the High Jump.
In the U 20 1500m Stephen Bradley achieved a new person best time and won the bronze medal. Cathal Ryan competed in the U 20 100m and 400m and achieved a personal best time in the 400m and won the silver medal in both events.
In the U 20 400m Stephanie Cotter achieved a personal best time in the 400m and was rewarded with the silver medal.
In the U 16 1500m Macdara O`Conaola ran a superb race and was rewarded with the silver medal.
In the U 16 girls relay Sinead Hurley, Danielle O`Neill, Eve Murphy, Emer O`Sullivan and Katelyn Cronin ran fantastically and were rewarded with the bronze Medals
In the Girls U 12 Saorlaith Murphy jumped superb and was rewarded with the bronze medal with a jump of 3meters and 50 centimetres.
All the other athletes ran, jumped, and threw but were out of the medals on this occasion. They were Darragh Murphy, Darragh Manning, Mark Andrew Dineen, Ronan O`Neill, Ciaran O`Sullivan, Katelyn Cronin, Katelyn O`Sullivan, Mia O`Sullivan, Olivia Moynihan, Ian Kelleher, Brigin Kelleher, Sarah O`Neill, Shannon Cotter,
COBH 10 MILES
Well done to Jerry Cronin of West Muskerry who ran the Cobh 10 mile Road Race on Sunday last.
Muskerry Special Olympics girls qualify for Ireland Games
Great news for Muskerry Special Olympics Club who have two athletes selected to compete for Team Munster in the Ireland Games in Dublin on the 14th to the 17th of June next. Cathy Dullea and Katie Maloney are both competing in the 100m and the 200m and Cathy has also been selected on the relay. It is a great achievement for both girls and they are now training hard for the Ireland Games. Both girls attended the Launch of Team Munster in the City Hall Cork on Monday last the 30th of April and watched the Flame of Hope leave City Hall by An Garda Siochana where they will be running around Ireland and will reach the Ireland Games Opening Ceromony in Dublin on the 14th of June where they will light the Olympic Torch for the opening of the Special Olympic Ireland Games. Exciting times ahead for the 2 girls and all of Team Munster.