Sunday Aug 16th: Clonliffe Juvenile T& C’ships

On Sunday morning the club will hold the Clonliffe juvenile track and field championships. The event will be held during the club’s normal Sunday morning training time (9:30 AM to 11:30 AM). There will be events on both the track and field events for the U/9’s to U/16’s follows:

Field events:Javelin – U/9/U/10/U/11.

Long jump


Track events:

80 M – U/9/10/11

300 M – U/9/10/11

100 M – U/12/13/14/15/16

200 M – U/12/13/14/15/16

500 M – U/12/13.

Medals for the first three along with spot prizes and refreshments for athletes.

With the current government guidelines surrounding numbers gather at outdoor events restricted to a maximum of 200 only one parent can attend. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation on this important point. Parents must also read the Covid 19 page of this website and for the protection of all please:

Do not attend if you have been outside of the island of Ireland within the previous 14 days.

If you are living in Counties Kildare, Offaly or Laois you cannot take part.

Do not attend if you have had Covid 19 within the previous 14 days.

Do not attend if you have flu like symptoms or symptoms of Covid 19.

Do not attend if you have been in contact with any person diagnosed with Covid 19 within the past 14 days.

Do not attend if you are categorised as being in the vulnerable persons category.

Please also ensure that the athlete brings with them hand sanitiser, wipes, tissues, own drink clearly identified for that athlete. Please also advise your child to in so far as is possible maintain social distancing, no handshakes or high-fives or hugs, no sharing of drinks.

Parents must contact Gladys in advance to confirm that their child will be attending and also to confirm the identity of the parents who will be attending and must give contact telephone number for contact tracing if needed. Parents also if attending please observe social distancing from other parents at all times. The cooperation of all is vital as the country continues the Covid 19 battle.