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December 2014
The GloHealth Novice and Uneven Age Cross Country Championships held
in Santry Demesna on Sunday last provided the Dunleer AC athletes with
another chance to shine and shine they did with another set of
National team medals plus several individual and Provincial team

The boys under 11, the current Leinster Champions were formidable on
the day and despite the cold temperatures and the bumpy start to their
1500m race, they emerged as bronze team medalists due to their
tenacious participation, with Dunleer AC's James Russell, the Leinster
Champion running hard every step of the way to lead the boys home.
James finished in the top 12, securing his National individual medal,
while James and Patrick Farrell both helped the Leinster team to
bronze in the Provincial team section.  The icing on the cake for
these hard working boys was team bronze in the Club contest.  The team
were brilliant, all doing their bit to get the necessary points to
medal once again: James Russell, Patrick Farrell, Josh Seberry, Blake
Kennedy, Joe O Brien and OIsín Cheshire all battled hard over the
testing course to secure bronze.

Another Russell and another individual medal came in the girls under
13 2,500m, with the very composed sister of James Russell, Theresa,
working her way through the field of almost 150 runners to gain a
coveted top 12 individual medal and a Leinster silver for scoring on
the Provincial team who finished 2nd.

In the boys under 15 race over 3,500m, Jack Mc Cullough, the current
Leinster under 15 Champion was in the leading group throughout the
race and came home a fine 5th place, earning another individual
National medal to add to his growing collection.  Jack was followed
home by teammate Alan Connor running his first National Championships
to finish in the top 20.  Conor Matthews and Danny O Brien finished
the Dunleer AC line up and the team finished a fantastic 6th.

Also competing for Dunleer AC at the National Championships was Jack
Boylan in the boys under 17 and he had a great run contesting a top 12
position for most of the race, but fading slightly to 22nd in this
highly competitive race.  Jack can be very proud of his silver
Provincial medal as he helped Leinster to 2nd place.

The final Dunleer AC member in action in Santry was Nicola Welsh in
the ladies Novice event.

November 2014

National Championships Day 1

Dunleer AC juveniles and seniors were in action also on the day and were inspired by Fionnuala and the other Irish Internationals competing.

The boys under 14 team, 4th place finishers last year were worthy bronze medallists at the Championships this year.  Westport AC were the winners, with Lagan Valley 2nd and Dunleer AC team 3rd.  This meant that the Dunleer athletes were the first Leinster team home putting their Championship efforts on the day into perspective.  Each member of the team put in a huge effort over the 3000m course to bring
those medals home.  Conor Matthews made light work of the muddy conditions to finish in 18th place.  Teammate Peter Meegan, a year younger and an individual medalist in the Provincial under 13 event 2
weeks ago put in a huge effort to take the next scoring place, with his teammates Danny O Brien and TJ Doheny running hard to get vital finishing places, followed by Cathal Butler and Neal Hodgins who all
contributed to this great team result.

Other Dunleer AC juvenile athletes to compete very well were the boys under 12 team of James Russell, Patrick Farrell, Joe O Brien and Blake Kennedy.  These boys (the current Leinster Champions under 11) are all still under 11 and benefitted from the experience of competing in this National event, but will be looking forward to contesting the National Championships under 11 in 2 weeks time in Santry.

Other juveniles to compete very well on Sunday for Dunleer AC were Theresa Russell (girls under 14), Garry Campbell and Jack Boylan (boys under 18).

The senior events were an Inter County affair and Louth produced the goods in both the men's and the ladies' events.  Paul Butler (Dunleer AC) was a member of the Louth men's squad who secured gold in the
Grade B section of the 10k National Inter Counties competition, while Nicola Welsh was an integral member of the Louth Ladies team who secured bronze in the Ladies 8k Grade B team event.

Credit goes to the Louth Athletics County Board, led by Louth Athletics Chairman Pat Cheshire, who organised the event with Athletics Ireland and the local Clubs who provided teams of officials who did a great job of marking out an excellent cross country course.

Louth Championships
The Louth Junior and Senior Cross Country Championships took place in historical Monasterboice on Sunday last over the lands of the Mc Donnell family.  The course was a true cross country one and the 1500
metre undulating loop was a true test for the athletes.  Dunleer AC hosted the event and are grateful to James Mc Donnell for providing the venue for this annual highlight of the cross country calendar.

Dunleer AC was delighted to have 4 individual medallists, gold for Garry Campbell and Niamh Connaughton in the junior events and bronze for Nicola Welsh and Barry Monaghan in the senior races.

In the senior ladies Championship, Nicola Welsh was in contention throughout the 5000 metre race and was rewarded for her efforts with a bronze medal in a speedy 21.05. Nicola's team mates worked hard to
secure the points for the bronze medal in the team section.  Karen Costello finished 6th in 21.36, Áine Cotter 10th in 22.22 and Sandra Doheny 13th in 23.26.  The scoring members were backed by Nicola
Courtney, Joan Neary, Jacqueline Matthews, Helen Cheshire and Sandra O Rourke.

In the senior men's Championship, Barry Monaghan ran a very strong race in the 10,000 metres and in a sprint finish claimed the bronze in 35.39.  Second man home for Dunleer AC was Paul Butler, 9th place in
37.38, followed by Paul le Blanc in 38.28, Eugene Burns in 38.48, Aonghus Rooney in 39.21 and Patrick Connolly in 39.25.  Close on Patrick's heels were Pat Fitzpatrick, Sean Carpenter, Derek Russell
and Anthony Connolly, all completing the course in good times.  The senior men finished 3rd in the team section, matching the Dunleer AC ladies.

In the junior 5,000 metre event, Garry Campbell had an impressive win in 18.19, with Jack Boylan 3rd in 18.32 and Ciarán Connaughton 4th in 20.14.  This was a gold medal winning performance for the junior men
from Dunleer AC.

Earlier in the day, the Dunleer AC juveniles had a cross country relay challenge against the juveniles from neighbouring Clubs and all enjoyed a very competitive, fun event.  A big well done to all who participated.

October 2014

Leinster Championships Even Ages and Novice Avondale

Dunleer AC took home three sets of medals from the Leinster Cross Country championships in Avondale on Sunday last.  First off were the boys under-12 who were led home by county champion James Russell in 9th place.  Next home was Joe O’Brien in 22nd position, one place ahead of club mate Patrick Farrell.  Completing the team was Blake Kennedy running his first championship race at this level.  Their combined score earned them a well-deserved second place, a feat all the more remarkable when you consider that the entire team is under 11.
The next team to make the podium was the boys under-14 team.  They packed very well to take bronze.  The team consisted of Danny O’Brien (17th), Peter Meegan (19th), Conor Mathews (20th) and TJ Doheny (28th).  They were supported by Cathal Butler (38th) and Neal Hodgins (58th).
The ladies novice team also took 3rd place.  Nicola Welsh battled hard over the testing course and finished strongly to take 11th place.  Four places behind her was country novice champion Karen Costello.  Sandra Doheny made a welcome return to form after injury to finish in 41st position and Nicola Courtney completed the quartet in 44th place.

In addition to the fine runs from the teams there were fine individual performances, the most notable of which was Theresa Russell in 6th place in the girls under-14.  She was supported by Katie Mathews,  Jessica Welsh and Aoibheana Campbell, the team finishing outside the medals on the occasion.

Diarmuid McKeown and Seaghna Campbell ran strongly in the under-16 races, as did Jack Boylan in the boys under-18.

In the under-10 race the preceded the championship races, Oisín Cheshire ran well among a large field to take 4th.
Dunleer AC can boast 6 new Louth Champions after the first day of the Louth Cross Country Championships at Meadowview last Sunday.

Karen Costello of Dunleer AC stole the show in the first race of the day with a brilliant win in the Louth Novice ladies Championship, running stride for stride with North East Runners' Joanne Lambe for the duration of the race and then just outsprinting Joanne in the final metres to win by 2 clear seconds. Karen's time of 11.08 for the 3000m course was very brisk and she is a worthy winner of this year's Novice ladies title. Karen led her team to 2nd place, with Áine Cotter in 5th, Joan Neary 12th, Sandra O Rourke 16th and Maeve Reilly 28th, out of a huge field of 67 finishers.

The Dunleer AC men's Novice team were delighted also to finish in 2nd place in the team section, with 17 year old Garry Campbell winning the 6km race in 19.55, 12 seconds clear of the next placed runner.  Garry won the u18 title for his efforts as the two sections were combined in the same race.  Next Dunleer man home was Paul Butler in 6th place in 20.55, with Aonghus Rooney in 11th, Anthony Connolly in 12th, Pat Fitzpatrick 13th, Patrick Connolly in 17th, Derek Russell 20th, Niall Campbell 26th and Ciaran Connaughton 33rd.  Again there was a big field of runners with 62 finishers.  

In the under 8 fun race Danielle Brennan had a super run once again to finish a great 1st place leading her little band of Dunleer AC six and seven year olds home.  Daire Matthews was very impressive in the boys u8 equivalent finishing in the top 6 and followed home by his teammates.

The first juvenile championship races under 10 800m yielded a bronze for the Dunleer AC boys with Oisín Cheshire running very well to take 3rd place.  The Dunleer AC boys finished 4th in the team section just 3 points shy of bronze.  Lucy Sheridan led the Dunleer AC girls home in the under 10 girls event, helping the team to 5th place.

There was a huge show of strength from the Dunleer AC boys in the under 12 2000m, with a magnificent run from James Russell winning by a very decisive margin.  James was backed by his teammates who easily won the team gold, with Joe O Brien earning individual bronze, Patrick Farrell in 6th, Blake Kennedy in 10th, Dean Smyth 11th, Seán Mc Evoy 12th and Adam Cromwell 13th.  In the girls under 12 equivalent Grace Fitzpatrick finished an impressive 5th in a field of 28 runners.

The boys under 14 3000m proved another athletic feast for Dunleer AC with Conor Matthews taking the title, Danny O Brien the silver, TJ Doheny bronze and Peter Meegan 4th.  The Dunleer AC quartet were further supported by teammates Neal Hodgins in 8th and Ruairí Hanlon in 12th.  The boys took team gold.

The girls under 14 had a fantastic team effort to win the title by a clear 10 points.  Leading them home was Theresa Russell in second place individually after a fine run over the 3000m course, with Katie Mathews in 4th, Jessica Welsh 9th, Aoibheanna Campbell 10th and Ciara Matthews 15th.

The boys under 16 event over 4000m produced another title for Dunleer AC with Jack Mc Cullough an impressive winner and Diarmuid Mc Keown in 4th place.  

The final race of the day was the under 16 and under 18 4000m for girls and yet another title was won for Dunleer AC with Niamh Connaughton racing bravely at the front for most of the race and sprinting at the end to secure her u18 title.

Well done all in the Blackrock 4 Mile Road Race.  Garry Campbell 1st junior and 4th overall.
August 2014
Congratulations to Geraldine Finegan,(5 golds-shot putt, javelin, 80mhurdles, 200m and 400m) Nicola Welsh (800m silver in 2.27) and Malachy Campbell (200m 4th) on representing Dunleer AC at the National Masters Track and Field Championships in Tullamore.

Garry Campbell has been blazing a trail on the track all summer and his most recent victory at the Celtic Games International in Santry (August 9th), with a 3.59 1500m.

Terrific performances from the Boyne AC sports, with wins for Erinn Leavy, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Joe O Brien, Grace Fitzpatrick and medals for Oisín Cheshire, Seán Mc Evoy, Erin Orr, Danny O Brien, Aeyla Orr, Diarmuid Mc Keown, Danielle and Vanessa Brennan.

Annagassan 10k
4th place Carl Dunne in 34.09.

July 2014
Dunleer AC's International athlete Tomás Cotter
ran for Ireland recently at the European Team Championships finishing a very fine 4th and helping the Irish team to 7th.

4 Mile Road Race
Congrats to Carl Dunne and Karen Costello on their superb victories in the Seán Carrie/Ollie Brennan 4 Mile Road Race in Dunleer.

Well done to senior lady Karen Costello on her recent victory at the Alec Fennell 5km in Dundalk and the Drogheda & District promoted 5km.

Well done
to our juvenile athletes who participated in the National Pairs Competition in Tullamore with gold for Patrick and Josh, silver for Erinn and Lucy, 5th for relay team u11 boys, 6th for Grace and Aeyla, 8th for Vanessa and Erinn.

June 2014

Well done to all athletes who competed in the Juvenile Track & Field Championships
in Tullamore at the weekend. Gary Campbell has done the middle distance double and is the u18 Leinster Champion at both 800m and 1500m. Liam Connaughton won the Leinster title in the javelin event under 15.  Aoife Fay ran away from the field to win the u17 girls 1500m Leinster title. Anthony Dillon was a key member of the Louth relay team under 15 who took gold in teh Inter County event.  Emma Cheshire had brilliant success under 15 with a javelin silver and a high jump bronze. Conor Kirwan was a silver medallist in the javelin u17, as was Niamh Connaughton in the girls under 18 javelin event. Erin Orr jumped a huge PB in the long jump to win her bronze medal under 14. Ruairí Hanlon had a 4th under 14 in the 200m, Jack Boylan was 4th in the 3000m under 17, Seoda Matthews was 4th in the 250m hurdles, with all 4th placers qualifying for the National Championships in July also. Congrats to all of our juveniles who competed in the hurdles, sprints, high jump, long jump, javelin, middle distance events and relays!

Dunleer AC's International athlete Tomás Cotter
ran for Ireland recently at the European Team Championships finishing a very fine 4th and helping the Irish team to 7th.

Well done to senior lady Karen Costello on her recent victory at the Alec Fennell 5km in Dundalk and the Drogheda & District promoted 5km.

 Well done
to our juvenile athletes who participated in the National Pairs Competition in Tullamore with gold for Patrick and Josh, silver for Erinn and Lucy, 5th for relay team u11 boys, 6th for Grace and Aeyla, 8th for Vanessa and Erinn.

Alec Fennell 5k:
8 1887 David Carrie M 17.38
11 1871 Anthony Connolly M 17.47
32 1876 Karen Costello F 19.47
78 1966 Aoife McCullough F 22.19
92 1875 Nicola Courtney F 22.59
96 1982 Helen Cheshire F 23.14
Well done all!

Glenmore AC 10 mile Challenge:
21st: Michael Mulligan: 1:11:17

Bohermeen AC Patrick Bell 5k:
3rd » Carl Dunne Dunleer M 15:54
58th » Sean Carpenter Dunleer M 18:33
100th » Michael Mulligan Dunleer M 19:4
105th » Karen Costello Dunleer F 19:49
184th » Sandra Doheny Dunleer F 22:00
188th » Nicola Courtney Dunleer F 22:05
231st » Helen Cheshire Dunleer F 23:34
262 » Sandra O'Rourke Dunleer F 24:47
Well done all, especially Carl who finished 3rd overall in his first race after returning from the States.

All Ireland Schools' Track and Field Championship
At the All Ireland Schools Championships in Tullamore on Saturday Aoife Fay finished 3rd in the Inter girls 3000m in 10.30, Garry Campbell was a superb 2nd in the Inter boys 800m in 1.56 and Emma Cheshire was 3rd in the junior girls high jump jumping 1.63metres and 6th in the javelin. It was a great day for all of these Dunleer AC athletes who were representing their schools at the highest level in Ireland.

Leinster Masters and Senior T and F

At the Leinsters T and F championships in Tullamore yesterday Pat Fitzpatrick won gold in the m2 (men o40's) in the 5,000m, running a new PB of 17:32. Patrick Connolly also ran 4.27 in the senior 1500m.  Geraldine Finegan also mastered the event with three track records over 45.

Cork City Marathon

Well done to Aonghus Rooney 2.58 in the Cork Marathon on Bank Holiday Monday.

Leinster Juvenile Teams

Congrats to the girls under 9 who finished first, the boys under 11 who finished 1st and the girls under 15 who finished 3rd.  A super day out for all 9 teams with huge personal bests and great perfomances.

Junior Great North Run
Congratulations to Oisín Cheshire and Patrick Farrell on representing their Club and County in the Great Run - Junior and Kids. Oisín finished in 2nd place in his event.  Well done chaps!

Dundalk 10km
Congratulations to Darragh Greene on winning the Dundalk 10k in a time of 31.10.  Brilliant stuff.

World Masters Pentathlon
Congratulations to Geraldine Finegan on her world bronze medal in the Indoor competition in Budapest.  Fantastic achievement.  

Dunboyne 4 Mile Road Race
Dunleer AC had a good outing to the Dunboyne 4 Mile Road Race on Sunday last with the Dunleer AC ladies finishing 3rd in the team competition, led home by Karen Costello in 26.37, with Áine Cotter, Aileen Carrie, Jacqueline Matthews, Orla Faulkner and Audrey Murray making up the team. The ladies scored 143 points to put them 3rd behind first placed Donore Harriers Dublin on 100 points and 2nd placed Tallaght AC on 141 points. In the men's section Pat Fitzpatrick led the men home, followed by Joe Kelly, Anthony Connolly, John Holmes, Shane Carroll and Ian Carroll. In the juvenile event Grace Fitzpatrick was a very fine 3rd in the under 12 race.

National Indoors 22/23 March

Garry Campbell, Dunleer AC, completed a remarkable middle distance double at the Woodies DIY National Indoor Championships at the Athlone Institute of Technology at the weekendGarry won his heat of the 1500m on Saturday with a nifty 4.19.67, more than two seconds ahead of Luke Horgan from Leevale AC. Thanks to the live streaming available, all of Garry's Club mates could sit back and enjoy the action from home. Garry ran away from his opponents on the final lap, avoiding any mishaps on the crowded track to win decisively, sending out a clear message to his opponents. Early on Sunday morning Garry was back on the track to contest the final and duly delivered with a 4.07.18 run to win his first title of the weekend. At mid day Garry was once again competing against the best athletes in the country, this time in the 800m, and his 2.05.02 gained him first place in his heat and an automatic qualifying spot in the final. At 5pm on Sunday evening Garry was on track again and with a PB of 1.55.38 romped home to another victory 2 seconds clear of his nearest rival Roland Surlis of Annalee.

Emma Cheshire was the star turn for the Dunleer AC girls with a bronze medal in the girls under 15 long jump with a 4.83m leap in the first round. A high jump record holder in Leinster with a recent 1.61m jump, Emma contested the National high jump under 15 competition also finishing 4th overall with a 1.55m jump. Another contender at the weekend was Shane Cheshire with PB's in the 200m (24.87) and 400m (55.95) under 18.

Leinster Indoor Championships 8/9 March
At Saturday's Leinster indoor competition, the Dunleer AC juveniles were in fine form with personal bests in many events and a fantastic record breaking jump for Emma Cheshire, giving her second place and a silver medal on count back in the girls under 15 high jump.  13 year old Emma jumped 1.61m to record her best ever jump in competition.  A fantastic achievement for this young athlete.

The versatile Dunleer AC athletes competed in a range of events on Saturday with Shane Cheshire in the 400m, Kevin Ledwith, Aisling Matthews, Erin Orr, Ciara Matthews and Seoda Matthews in the hurdles, Alannah Greene in the 600m, Saoirse Holmes, Ruth Flanagan and Erin Orr in the long jump, Emma Cheshire in the high jump.

On Sunday, Garry Campbell recorded another fine victory with a gold medal performance in the boys under 18 800m.  Garry has had a great indoor season so far in 2014, with two National Juvenile titles under his belt at 800m and 1500m, a final placing in the senior men's indoor 800m.  

Sunday brought more good news from Athlone with another huge leap from Emma Cheshire, this time in the long jump.  Emma received the silver medal for her efforts and rounded off a great weekend with a place in the final of the 60m sprint, having gone through the rounds.  Emma finished a fine 5th in the final.

Others to compete very well were Ruairi Hanlon with a place in the final of the 60m, David Moroney, Aoife Holmes and Ruth Flanagan in the 60m, Aisling Matthews and Saoirse Holmes in the shot putt.

Armagh International Road Race
Well done to all of our athletes who competed in the Armagh International road race on Thursday night. Six top ten placings for our juveniles...
Boys under 11 - Matthew Fitzpatrick 2nd
Boys under 13 - Patrick Farrell 2nd
Boys under 15 - Jack Mc Cullough 1st and TJ Doheny 10th
Girls under 11 - Grace Fitzpatrick 1st
Girls under 15 - Seaghna Campbell 2nd
The ladies team excelled themselves with 3rd in the team category (Karen Costello, Aileen Carrie, Nicola Courtney, Helen Cheshire, Audrey Murray, Sandra O Rourke and Mary Casey), with age group prizes going to Karen Costello and Nicola Courtney, first and second respectively 035, plus Aileen Carrie and Helen Cheshire 1st and second respectively over 45.

National Indoor Senior Championships 2014
Dunleer AC had a great weekend at the National Senior Indoor Championships in Athlone.  On the eve of the Rás, there were two great results to report on Saturday.  In the Men’s 1500m it was the first four in each heat with the four fastest to qualify for the final; David McCarthy (West Waterford A.C.) won heat one in 4:04.84 with Darragh Greene (Dunleer A.C.) taking the second heat in 3:58.90. Darragh progressed to Sunday's final.  There was also a breakthrough run on Saturday by 16 year old Garry Campbell (Dunleer AC) who ran a new PB of 1.55 in the 800m.  Garry progressed to the finals on Sunday.  On Sunday Darragh earned himself a National bronze medal in the 1500m, in 3.54. Garry Campbell meanwhile finished 6th in his 800m final in his first National championships. Brilliant running by both guys and Dunleer AC is very proud of their performances.

Coca Cola Rás na hÉireann 2014 Results
Juvenile wins for Erinn Leavy, Matthew Fitzpatrick, Grace Fitzpatrick, Kian Leavy, Jack Mc Cullough...Silver for the senior men's team and bronze for the senior ladies....

See Rás Page

Tomás Cotter in the USA - February 2014
Tomas Cotter finished 4th in the 3000mts at the Iowa State Indoor Classic in a new PB 8.09.59

Leinster Indoor Track and Field Championships February 2nd 2014

At the Leinster Indoor Track and Field Championships in Athlone Garry Campbell ran a very well judged 1500m to run away with another Provincial title, this time under 18 and in a new Championship best time of 4.06, thrashing the previous best by ten seconds. Garry's sister Seaghna had a great outing over 800m, finishing a fine 4th in her heat, the fastest heat in her under 15 age group. Seaghna ran the final in a personal best time to finish in the top 6 in Leinster in 2.35. Also running a personal best at 800m was 12 year old Conor Matthews in the under 14 race, running 2.28 in his heat and 2.26 in the final to narrowly miss ou on bronze. Another of the Dunleer AC middle distance group Katie Mathews ran a very confident 800m to qualify for the final under 14 girls finishing a fine 7th in the final. Danny O Brien and Finn Reilly were both in find form also in the boys under 14 800m and just missed out on qualification this time. The Dunleer AC relay teams acquitted themselves very well also with three teams competing and missing finals by the shortest of margins. A tremendous effort by all of these young athletes.

National Junior Indoors and Cushinstown

The Dunleer AC juveniles and juniors did themselves and their Club proud with personal bests in Athlone
on Sunday 26th January at 200m and 400m for Shane Cheshire and Conor Mc Bride and a place in the final for sub 2 minute 800m runner Garry Campbell who is just 16 years old. Meanwhile the younger track and field specialists took to the Indoors in Cushinstown and performance of the day went to 13 year old Emma Cheshire jumping a personal best in the high jump with a huge 1.60m leap and also winning the long jump and 60 metres.  Anthony Dillon had a super bronze in the 60m under 14.

National Indoor Masters Championships in Athlone

Dunleer AC's Malachy Campbell had a hugely successful outing at the Indoor Championships in Athlone on Saturday 25th January, coming away with 2 National silver medals.  Malachy was second in the 200m with a 25.41 run and 2nd also in the 400m in 56.78. Malachy competes in the Masters M3 section.

Blackrock Cross Country Event 2014

Dunleer AC had a brilliant outing to the Blackrock AC annual cross country event on Sunday, 26th January with an impressive 5 race wins.  Erinn Leavy u9, Matthew Fitzpatrick u9, Grace Fitzpatrick u11, Kian Leavy u13, Jack Mc Cullough u15.

The Dunleer AC girls under 9 had a clean sweep with Erinn first, Lucy Sheridan 2nd and Vanessa Brennan 3rd to take the team title. The boys under 9 team of winner Matthew Fitzpatrick, together with Conor Doheny, Sé Dinner Davies, Owain Dinner Davies claimed the third team prize.  Patrick Farrell was a great 3rd under 11 supported by his team mate Seán Mc Evoy.  Kian Leavy, winner under 13 was followed home by Peter Meegan in 2nd place and together with David Moroney received bronze team medals.  Jack Mc Cullough was backed by Danny O Brien and Finn Reilly to claim gold in the team category.  

All in all a great day's cross country for the young juveniles and a perfect warm up for Rás na hÉireann on February 16th.

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