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A win and two club records at Euro clubs

Clonliffe athletes performed admirably in the Portuguese city of Leira today at group B of the European clubs Track and Field Championships. David Flynn had a fine win in the 3000 sc in 8.55.13 to rack up maximum points for the black and amber.

There were record settling performance in the field events. Rory Gunning wiped his own two week javelin record from the books as he bettered the existing record twice in the competition finally recording a best and new club record of 62.36m as he placed 4th. Then there was the performance of young Keith Marks, who is still in secondary school, as the oldest standing record on the books was finally bettered. Hogo Duggan`s 1969 long jump record of 7.20m was bettered with a 7.40m and then a 7.48m jump as Keith took an excellent 2nd place.

Other outstanding contributions came from another youngster Adam O`Brien, after a late call up to action, placing 5th in the 3000 in 8.51.89  and Aaron Hanlon 4th in the 5000 with a 14.38.43 run and Antonio Garcia 3rd in his 110h race (15.02).

Clonliffe results:

100 Keith Pike 3rd 10.97

200 Chris Sibanda 4th 21.55

400 Mark McDonald 4th 51.91

800 Mark McDonald 8th 1.57.48

1500 Eoin Pierce 6th 3.58.31

3000 Adam O`Brien 5th 8.51.89

5000 Aaron Hanlon 4th 14.38.43

110H Antoinio Garcia 3rd 15.02

400H Timmy Crowe 4th 53.61

3000SC Dave Flynn 1st 8.55.13

Javelin Rory Gunning 4th 62.36m (New Clonliffe Record)

Hammer Simon Galligan 4th 55.59m

Discus Marcin Klinskow 9th 35.66m

Shot Luke Mangan 8th 13.59m

Long Jump Keith Marks 2nd 7.48m (New Clonliffe Record)

Triple Jump Niall Counihan 6th 13.79

High Jump Andrew Heney 6th 1.94m

Pole Vault Ian Rogers 7th 4.20m

4 x 100 4th 42.64

4 x 400 6th 3.34.66

On the spot report from Conor McGuinness coming soon!

 

Euro Clubs update/Live Streaming

The Clonliffe team are currently travelling to Portugal for tomorrow`s Group B European Club`s Track and Field Championships. There has been a required last minute shuffle of the pack by Joe Cooper as both Brian Gregan and Gary Murray have had to unfortunately pull out.

It looks like Aaron Hanlon will now switch from the 3000 to 5000 with either Eoin Pierce or young Adam O`Brien taking on the 3000 with the other doing the 1500. The 400 is a little more problematic and the decision on that will be called later. Otherwise all have reported fit and well.

The event is being live streamed from Leiria. Use this link:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MkNE7h-Lz_0

Also official results can be found on:  www.leiria2016.com

Clonliffe men head to Portugal for Euro Clubs

On Friday the Clonliffe Harriers Men’s Track and Field team heads to Europe for the European Clubs Champions Track and Field Championship Group B. The Championships take place on Saturday in Leiria, Portugal which was the same venue where the Junior Men’s Track and Field team competed back in 2012.

There is a very strong men’s team which will challenge for honours in most events, the goal is promotion to Group A.   The team will face clubs from across Europe including Great Britain, the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Greece, Slovenia and Slovakia.

The team includes seasoned campaigners and national champions including Brian Gregan who goes in the 400, Ian Rogers in the pole vault and Rory Gunning in the javelin. Also competing will be seasoned campaigners including David Flynn,  Gary Murray, who was earlier this week named in the Irish team for the European Championship half marathon which takes place in Amsterdam in July, international athlete Timmy Crowe and Aaron Hanlon who has just returned to Ireland for the summer from college in Providence in the United States. Also competing will be top class athletes Chris Sibanda and Keith Pike.

The Clonliffe team for Saturday`s Championships in the sprint is Keith Pike, Chris Sibanda, Brian Gregan, the 4 x 100 squad from Chris Sibanda, Pierce Friel, Stuart Roche, Keith Pike and Anthony Fernandez Garcia. Over the hurdles Anthony Fernandez Garcia is named in the 110 with Timmy Crowe in the 400 hurdles.

The middle distance athletes competing include Gary Murray, Eoin Pierce, David Flynn,Aaron Hanlon, Adam O`Brien and Mark McDonald. In the field events Clonliffe will be represented by Ian Rogers, Andrew Heney, Keith Marks, Simon Galligan, Marcin klinskow, Luke Mangan and Rory Gunning.  Also travelling as part of the squad and in the squad for the 4 x 400 is Josh Stubbs.

All in the club wish the athletes and captain and coaches the very best of luck.

Opposition confirmed for European Club`s Track and Field

Although on a day like today the Summer Track & Field season may seem a long way away European Athletics have confirmed the teams for group B/C of the Men`s Champion Club`s Track and Field which takes place once again in Dubnica, Slovakia on May 25th. Between now and then of course there is the matter of the senior men also competing in the European Club`s Cross Country on February 3rd in Castellon, Spain.

Teams for European Club`s Track & Field:

CZE TJ Dukla praha

SUI LC Zurich

ISR Maccabi Tel-Aviv

SLO Mass

SVK AK Spartak Dubnica nad Vahom

BEL DCLA

IRL Clonliffe Harriers AC

NED Phanos

SRB Partizan

BIH AK Borac

FIN Jyväskylan Kenttäurheilijat

LUX C.S.L. Cal-Spora Lux.

GRE Olympiakos A.C

Men`s team finish well down at European Clubs

Bad news from Slovokia where the Clonliffe senior men today finished in 7th place overall in group B of the European clubs track and field. This is a bitterly disappointing result with few positives. Club Captain Joe Cooper was honest in his appraisal describing the result as poor. On the plus side John Fagan put in a strong performance finishing 2nd in the 400H (54.51). Once again star performer in the field events was Tomas Rauktys who placed 3rd in both the shot (16.59) and discus (51.58) and a good day`s work  also put in by David Donegan, despite having to borrow poles (his were held up in Ireland), finishing 3rd in the pole vault  with an excellent best of 4.80m and then just narrowly failing in  his attempt at a new club record at 5.05. Andrew Heney jumped 2.00m in the high jump and Jamye Rossiter ran an impressive 3,000sc PB of 9.16.16 in placing 4th.

Full results: 100m 8th Keith Pike 11.14, 200m 8th Keith Pike 23.01, 400m 7th John Laffey 49.93, 800m 7th Kris Valters 1.55.89, 1500m 7th Dave Fitzmaurice 4.17.77, 3,000m 5th Gary O`Hanlon 8.48.40, 5,000m 8th Brian McMahon 15.33.14, 110h 4th Matt Field 14.93, 400h 2nd John Fagan 54.51, 3,000sc 4th Jayme Rossiter 9.16.16, High Jump 5th Andrew Heney 2.00m, Long Jump 9th Andrew Heney, Triple Jump Tomas Drinia NJ, Pole Vault 3rd Dave Donegan 4.80m, Shot 3rd Tomas Rauktys 16.59, Discus 3rd Tomas Rauktys 51.58, Javelin 8th 47.55, Hammer 7th 56.13, 4 x 100m 9th, 4 x 400m 7th.

In the States David Flynn had a run which to say the least didn`t please him in the NCAA Division 1 Preliminary at the University of Texas finishing well down the field in 14th place way off his current form in 9.22.64.

Finally some good track and field news: in Oordegem, Belgium on saturday night Leah Moore ran a 200m PB of 24.73 last night finishing 4th and earlier in the meet was 2nd in the 100m in12.11.

These results now appear on the Clonliffe current and all time lists on the “Performances” page of this site. Please pay a visit.

Clonliffe men head to Slovokia for European Clubs

The Clonliffe mens track and field team travel to Dubnica, Slovokia on Saturday for Group B of the European Clubs Championship. Captain Joe Cooper has selected a pretty strong team, although as a result of injuries and unavailability of some of the club`s top athletes, the team is slightly weakened. The guys will no doubt give a good account of themselves with a team that includes experience and some exciting young talent. The travelling team is: Keith Pike, Kris Valters, Dave Fitzmaurice, Brian McMahon, Gary O`Hanlon, Jayme Rossiter, John Fagan, Dave Donegan, Matt Field, Andrew Heeney, Paul Marry, Martin Hunt, Tomas Rauktys, Tomas Drinia, John Laffey, Daniel Doran, Ciaran Donohue and Brian Tobin. The management team is Joe Cooper, Jeremy Lyons and Stephen Harkness.

On Sunday Clonliffe will face: Sparta AM (DEN), AK Sparkan Dubnica nad Vahom (SVK), Macabi Tel Aviv (ISR), Phanos (NED), Entente Franconville Cesame Val d’Oise (FRA), AC Crvena Zezada, Belgrade (SRB), Jyvaskylan Kenttaurheilijat (FIN).  The team will return home on Monday. The very best of luck to Joe and the team.

Junior Men for European Clubs Track & Field

The club`s senior men will not be the only Clonliffe team in European action in 2012 with the Clonliffe`s Committee accepting the invitation for the junior men to take part in the European Clubs Junior Men`s Track and Field. Clonliffe are in group B which takes place in Leiria, Portugal on September 15th. This championship will provide athletes such as Keith Pike, Patrick O`Connor, Stuart Roche, Andrew Heeney, Ryan Whelan, Ian Guiden, Aaron Hanlon, Eoin McCullough and Liam Ashton, to name but a few, with a great opportunity for a taste of international competition. With the programme providing for a full compliment of track and field events and relays it is expected that a team of around 20 athletes will travel so competition for places will be keen. As always costs are a factor. There is a small grant available which will cover about 20% of the total costs so fund raising will be required. Members are asked to please help out with any fund raising events over the Summer months.

Below par Clonliffe finish well down field at Europeans

May 30, 2011 [Noel Guiden] Disappointing news from Belgrade confirms the worst fears that the Clonliffe men`s senior team would struggle in the European Club`s track and field group B on Saturday. With the squad having been decimated by injuries, illness and unavailabilities, resulting in the likes of Mark Kenneally, Dave Flynn, Brian Gregan, Patrick O`Connor and Danny Kavanagh not making the trip, it was always going to be an uphill battle. Final results now to hand with Clonliffe regrettably propping up the table in 8th position, pretty disappointing to say the least. The positives while few, are John Fagan`s excellent 400H running a new PB and club record of 52.38, taking two tenths off his record from last season, Dave Fitzmaurice (left) ran very well finishing 3rd in the 3,000m in 8.52.39, good runs also from young Jamie Rossister a PB of 9.42.58 in the 3,000 sc and also from Conor Healy in the 800m.

CLONLIFFE RESULTS:

100m 6th Keith Pike 11.19

200m 8th John Laffey 22.92

400m 5th Ciaran Mackey

800m 4th Conor Healy 1.54.30

1500m 4th Aidan Bailey 3.59.52

3,000m 3rd Dave Fitzmaurice 8.52.39

5,000m 5th Michael MacDiarmada 15.53.14

110H 5th Matt Field 14.81

400H 4th John Fagan 52.38

3,000SC 6th Jamie Rossister 9.42.58

Shot 5th Tomas Rauktys 15.16m

Discus 7th Tomas Rauktys 49.37

Javelin 6th Paul Marry 55.27

Long Jump —-

triple Jump 8th Marcin Klinkzow 13.15

High Jump 6th Marcin Klinkzow 1.95

Pole Vault —–

4 X 100 8th ( M. Field, C. McCrossan, K. Pike, P. Marry) 43.48

4 X 400 3rd (J. Fagan, S. Harkness, C. Healy, C. Mackey) 3.20.22

Overall team 8th 62 points. Winners: Enka SK (Turkey) 144 points.

Congratulations to Ferrybank AC on their superb performance in the womens group B to finish 2nd and win promotion to group A.

Clonliffe men finish 4th in European clubs

May 30, 2010 [Noel Guiden] News just in confirms that the men`s team have placed 4th in group B of the European Clubs Track and Field in Switzerland. While that represents an improvement of one place on last year, the guys where only half a point off third place. A real roller coaster of a day was how Joe Cooper described it. The highs included an excellent win by John Fagan in the 400m hurdles, a batch of 2nd places and two new club records: Brian Gregan in the 400m 47.2 breaking Anothony Folans 15 year old record and a club 4 X 400m record of 3.14.07 breaking the 19 year old record of 3.17.

Saturday`s glorious weather of sunshine and 26 degrees had given way to wind and rain and a nippy 14 degrees in Bern this morning. The Harriers got off to the best start possible with John Fagan`s win in the 400H (52.64). An excellent run by all accounts also by Conor McCrossan in the 110H running a PB (15.79) in 6th. In the sprints things turned somewhat John Laffey placed 4th in the 100m (10.93) and unfortunately Patrick O`Connor fell foul of the new false start proceedures and was disqualified from the 200m. Brian Gregan got things back on track with an excellent 400m, 2nd place in 47.21, a club record.

The middle distance boys weighed in with a batch of high scorring 2nd places. Second place from Conor Healy in the 800m (1.52.2) running his first 800 of the season, and another excellent battling run by Aidan Bailey in the 1500m for another 2nd place (3.54.94) and also young David Fitzmaurice 2nd (8.49.76) in a tactial 3,000m. Gary O`Hanlon was most disappointed with his run in the 5,000 as he was overhauled in the sprint to the line finishing 5th (15.26.82). Young Conor McGuinness, still a junior, in his first senior championship had a baptism of fire in the 3,000 sc, placing 6th in 10.38.53 and will benefit greatly from the whole expierence.

In the field events there were some really good performances Martin Hunt was 3rd in the hammer (53.87), Marco Mattuzzo was 3rd in the triple jump (13.32), and then regrettably had a disaster in the long jump 6th with a best of 5.04, 3rd place (1.95m) also from Marcin Klinzow in the high jump. 4th by Luke Mangan in the shot (14.37). Both Tomas Rauktys in the discus (40.76) 5th and David Donegan in the pole vault 64th with a best clearance of 4.00m, and failing at 4.60m had one of those days when things just didn`t go right. While Paul Marry had a best throw of 53.73 for 5th in the javelin.

Finally in the relays the 4 X 100 squad placed 5th (42.24) and onto the final event: the 4 x 400. The team was 4th with the Swiss 3rd, however, if we could beat them by three places we`d leap frog them. A real gutsy effort from the guys John Laffey, John Fagan, Ciaran Mackey and Brian Greegan breaking a 19 year old club record finishing 3rd, however with the Swiss finished 5th meaning that the guys missed out on 3rd place by the tightess of margins..half a point.

A fantastic effort by Joe, the team and coaches. Well done, you`ve all done us proud. The team returns home tomorrow. We`ll have the Inside Story from Lonergan and McGuinness during the week.

Clonliffe 5th in European clubs track and field

Jun 4, 2009 [] With more than a few months of preparation and planning the first ever Clonliffe Harriers Track & Field team to compete together in the European Champions Club Competition was selected. After carefully monitoring the eligible athletes over the final few weeks, Club Captain Joe Cooper selected the strongest team available for our destination of Dubnica in Slovakia. With only Paul Marry (javelin) of the selected athletes not being able to make the trip the team gathered at Dublin airport on Friday morning for our 7.15am flight to Vienna.

With a detailed itinerary laid out for the travelling party there was a distinct lack of panic at the airport. It just goes to show you’re never too old to be told what to pack for a trip!! David Donegan’s persistence at the check-in area wasn’t winning over the Aer Lingus staff and it was soon clear that we’d be travelling without a pole. Though missing a pole, we were buoyed by the surprise appearance of Padraig Keane as an additional travelling supporter.

So, we were a pole down, a Keane up, and not forgetting the mustachioed Danny Kavanagh on board – we were ready to take on Europe’s best ( well, Europe’s 9-15th best club teams )

Our flight to Vienna was non-eventful and on arrival we sought out and found the Slovak representatives sent from the Organisation committee. With a 190km journey to Dubnica still ahead we made our way through to the car park to board our Coach. After passing some gloriously comfortable looking coaches we found ours. Not great.

Of course, our English speaking greeter waved goodbye and our driver gladly departed Vienna for Dubnica. Studiously obeying the speed limits we were passed by every moving vehicle on the road. You know it’s going to be a longer than expected coach trip when 1985 Lada’s are speeding past you over the horizon! Padraig Keane provided ample entertainment up the front of the bus discussing the benefits of the multiple wind Farms we passed, as well as noting that the fields on the right hand side of the road when leaving Vienna are a dead ringer for fields on the left hand side of the old Naas road into Dublin!!

After about 2 hrs we attempted to ask the driver to pull over for a toilet and snack break. We were just short of requiring a visual aid to explain the need for the toilet when he understood and soon made his way into a petrol station/shop. The first hint of what lay ahead in Dubnica was when it was duly noted that the bottles of beer were priced at less than 70 cent each. Despite a few of our athletes accidentally finding their way into the women’s toilets we weren’t run out of the place before a few sandwiches were bought and a bit of goulash was eaten.

The weather turned and with the rain pounding off the coach windows we eventually arrived in Dubnica. Gradually making our way through the city we reached the hotel. The locale looked somewhat rundown but with a spanking new ( 2** ) Hotel recently built and painted thrown in. With the average room catering for 3 people a quick reallocation of the rooms was required. Poor Marco drew the short straw and ended up with Joe. It was now about 3.30pm and it would be another few hours before Dinner was ready. With some athletes looking for a run, others looking to eat again or rest, the supporters found the hotel bar and settled in.

With no Restaurant in house we made our way across the derelict ground to the nearby Restaurant. The menu: Roast Chicken. Sparse but not bad. With some trips to the local supermarkets the team gradually stocked up on their dietary requirements for the weekend. The mood was good and confidence was high. Our attache, Linka (or Linekar as Joe liked to call her) escorted a curious group down to a local Irish bar. It’s Irishness provided by the draught Guinness and a postcard from Ireland. Mick Fogarty displayed the fruits of a misspent youth on the Pool table while predictions for the weekend’s competition ahead commenced. Of course the sight of grown men falling over each other to buy the next round was endearing to all, but at €5 a round, you couldn’t blame them!!

Saturday morning was scheduled to be spent at the track which was located 5 mins away by bus. The decision to host the competition on the 6 lane track was a little confusing to us all as it meant splitting the sprint races into heats of 3 and 4 athletes. However, the stadium was nice, the track was new and the sun was shining. The relay team practiced their exchanges, the throwers practiced their technique, Dave Donegan scrounged a Pole Vault from a competitor and the runners ran. Gerry Carr made a late bid for team selection with a few laps on the track, but Joe wasn’t for turning.

After a few hours it was back to the hotel for some food and further ‘Rest and Relaxation’. With the FA Cup being shown in a Sports Cafe in the town some athletes made their way down there. Joe was none too pleased to come across a few team members testing their karting skills on the local kart track as we passed. A sullen shake of the head and everything needed to be said was said. Still, it didn’t stop them finishing their laps!!

The nights activities included a Poker Night for the boys and some home truths for the supporters. The later being given by the Cigar smoking head of the Fernabache Men’s team. With more than one self proclaimed Poker fan in the group the competitive juices were flowing. A little after midnight the last man standing and the undisputed Clonliffe Harriers Poker Champion was Alagie Faye. The €20 prize money paled in significance to the honour of the title. Conor Healy arrived at around 10pm after a long day. Due to his final exam that morning in DCU Conor travelled out on his own. With a personal driver sent to pick him up that didn’t speak English the 2 hour journey from Vienna was a somewhat muted affair.

The first events on Sunday started at 10am so it was an early rise for most athletes. Our competitors came from France, Turkey, Bosnia, Switzerland, Finland and the Netherlands. With the Clonliffe Flag proudly flying from the Grandstand there was no further preparation needed. Jeremy Lyons was our first athlete onto the track and with a solid time of 53.82 for 3rd place and our first points were on the board. A South African Olympian competing for the Turks won this one. ( Full results listed below ) At the same time Martin Hunt and Luke Mangan were in the field throwing the Hammer and Discus respectively. Martin last international event was as an Under 17 athlete in 1995 so he was more than eager to get started. Despite the Hammer cage being located outside the main stadium, Martin was just short of his season’s best when finishing 5th.

Mark Kenneally was up next on the track. Facing him was an Ethiopian Turk that ran in the Beijing 10,000m Final. It was clear by half way that Mark would finish 2nd and garner another 6 points for us. David Donegan was now on the runway over at the Pole Vault with his borrowed pole. David Flynn was next on track in the Steeplechase. With another Turkish Olympian lining up it was always going to be a tough ask. David’s 4th place finish was hard fought but very valuable. Conor Healy’s 800m race proved to be another high points earner. Coming from 4th to 2nd over the last 150m, he captured another valuable 6 points. With Padraig and Noreen Keane monitoring the Eurovision-esque giant scoreboard news was relayed back that we were now in joint third place.

John Conroy and Stephen Comiskey competed in the extra 100m races available for athletes not entered in the official 100m and once done it was time for the Opening Ceremony. Killian Lonergan, Conor Healy and David Flynn proudly walked behind the Irish flag for the official greeting. With the pleasantries over, it was back to the competition. Danny ‘Sprinter McTash’ Kavanagh was next up and ran a season’s best for 6th place. By this time, Stephen Comiskey was warming up for this 4 long jump attempts. Like every respectable jumper, Stephen managed to get the crowd clapping for each of this jumps.

Luke Mangan was back with the heavies over at the Shot Putt circle while John Laffey was lining up for the 400m. Luke improved each round and putted his 2nd furthest throw ever. Laffey was biding his time down the backstraight while watching the French athlete on his outside. Kicking off the bend, John ran out of track and despite running a season’s best of 48.01 he just failed to catch the event winner. At this point in proceedings we were still in 4th place behind the Turks, French and Swiss, with some daylight appearing to the Dutch team in 5th. Jeremy Lyons was back on track for the 110m hurdles. Another season’s best was achieved but 7th place was the result. Laffey was now back for the 200m. With little under an hour since his superb 400m, it was going to be a big ask for another top drawer performance. Unfortunately John’s body fought back and after only 20m he pulled up lame.

As a member of both the 4x100m and 4x400m relay teams, the loss of John was a cruel blow to the team. Marco was triple jumping at this stage and pulled off a still to be confirmed Clonliffe club record jump of 14.45m. Marcin had stepped up and taken on the role of Javelin thrower and performed as he predicted with a throw of over 50m. We had slipped down the rankings to 5th at this stage. Aidan Bailey was next up on the track in the 1500m. With two Olympians in his race it was always going to be a difficult task, but he secured 4th place and more importantly gained some ground on the Dutch team ahead of us.

The quickly rearranged 4x100m team were next to race and the lack of time to practice the hand-overs counted against us when the final change over was unsuccessful. The final event was the 4x400m but with less than 1 minute to go to the start the race was postponed due to a terrific Thunder, Lighting and hail stones bonanza. With points still being totalled up during the break it became clear going in to this last event that 5th place was to be our finishing position. At the start of the weekend we would have taken 5th and been happy, but based on the performances and especially the way we started, it felt somewhat disappointing.

The final results were as follows. TUR 116, FRA 110, NED 71, SUI 69, IRL 58, BIH 54, FIN 50

With the Turks and French gaining promotion and the Danish and Slovaks being relegated from the higher division there’s every change that if we manage to defend our National League title this year a top 3 European finish in 2010 is possible.

The post-competition banquet was planned for 8pm that night and after being bused to the chosen location the feeding frenzy that took place could only be likened to feeding time at the zoo. That said the Clonliffe contingent managed to secure enough food and drink to do us proud.

After a quick prize ceremony for all the teams is was time to start the dancing and singing. The elders decided it was time to relocate back to town for a more civilised surrounding while our throwers took the decision to hit up a local steak house. Some of team remained upstairs with the celebrating French, Slovaks and Turkish athletes in their multi language rendition of ‘We are the Champions’. Downstairs the ‘banter’ with the Sale Harriers from Manchester was only kicking off. With Kavanagh providing some uncanny impersonations, things were looking good. When David Flynn added in his own impromptu Lionel Messi impersonation on an over hanging lamp, things began to look slightly more treacherous. The decision was soon taken to up sticks and head back towards town. The organisers laid on buses and many athletes took the next one out of dodge As we pulled out from the hotel out of the corner of our eyes, we could see David Flynn with another extraordinary impersonation – this time of the cyborg in Terminator 2, chasing the bus for all his life. The driver was none to happy to be caught but reluctantly stopped and let him on.   After his earlier pit stop the driver was in no mood to stop again in the town and refused our requests to do so. Deciding it was best for us to all be dropped back to the hotel, there was nothing we could do but play along. Many of the athletes stayed local and international relations were further strengthened. Athletes that had managed to make it into town arrived back in drips and drabs throughout the night The hotel receptionists hadn’t seen anything like the carnage arriving through the lobby. Some walked, some crawled and some were simply dragged to their rooms. It was certainly all fun and games, and nobody ended up in tears.

The 6.30 departure the following morning was now only a few short hours away and it was with some pride that we managed to leave only 20 mins later than expected. Considering the carnage witnessed the night before it has to be considered another remarkable team performance.   Clonliffe Results:   100m -0.5 6 Kavanagh Daniel IRL – Clonliffe 11,35

200m Laffey John 851127 IRL – Clonliffe NF

400m 2 Laffey John IRL – Clonliffe 48,01

800m 2 Healy Conor 870602 IRL – Clonliffe 1:53,37

1,500m 4 Bailey Aidan 831229 IRL – Clonliffe 3:57,50

3,000m 2 Kenneally Mark 810818 IRL – Clonliffe 8:23,93

110m Hurdles +0.1 7 Lyons Jeremy 740830 IRL – Clonliffe 15,85

400m hurdles 3 Lyons Jeremy 740830 IRL – Clonliffe 53,82

3,000m steeple 3 Flynn David 891117 IRL – Clonliffe 9:26,91

Long jump 6 Comiskey Stephen IRL – Clonliffe 6.22m

Triple jump 4 Mattiuzzo Marco IRL – Clonliffe 14,45m

High jump 4 Klinkosz Marcin IRL – Clonliffe 1.90m

Pole vault 6 Donegan David IRL – Clonliffe 4.60m

Shot 7 Mangan Luke 890710 IRL – Clonliffe 13,68m

Discus 7 Mangan Luke IRL – Clonliffe 37,34m

Javelin 6 Klinkosz Marcin 800223 IRL – Clonliffe 50,67m

Hammer 5 Hunt Martin 780822 IRL – Clonliffe 50,23m

4X100m IRL IRL – Clonliffe NF 0,189

4X400m 4 IRL IRL – Clonliffe 3:24,59 Lyons Jeremy, Healy Conor, Fagan John , McDonald Mark . Non competing travelers: Joe Cooper, Killian Lonergan, Gerry Carr, Mick Fogarty, Noreen Keane, Padraig Keane, Johnny O’Leary and Bart Rogers.

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