Round 2 of the Woodies DIY National Track and Field League took place in Suuny but Windy Sligo on Sunday 14th July. The Clonliffe ladies were out to make their mark and that they did…….
The day began with a 1st place finishes for Caoimhe Morris in the hammer. Sophia Ellis in the 100m & 200m, Ciara McCallion in the 400m and Denise Byrne in the Javelin.
Second place points where gained by Caoimhe Morris in the Discus, Senzana Bectina in the Pole Vault and Megan Comber in the Long Jump. Third place points where gained by Sarah Doyle in the 110m Hurdles.
Fourth place finishes went to Sarah Doyle in the 400m Hurdles, Senzana Bectina in the 1500m Walk & Greatta in the 3000m Firth places points where secured by one of our up and coming juvenile athletes Laura Tuite in the 800m and Sezana Bectiona in the Triple Jump. And finally 6th place finishes and points where gained by Nadine Lattimore in the Shot Putt and Emma Kelly in the 1500m.
The ladies relay teams also took 1st place in both 4 x 100m and 4 x 400m with outstanding performance by two juvenile athletes Megan Comber and Seana Reilly.
4 x 100m = Megan Comber Sophia Ellis. Seana Reilly & Ciara McCallion
4 x 400m = Ciara McCallion, Seana Reilly, Sezana Bectina & Sophia Ellis
A massive congratulation to all the team but particular thanks to many of our new club member and juvenile athletes up really steeped up the challenge for the sake of their club
Final 18th august. – Pamela Cooper, Ladies Captain.
There were strong performances also from the men`s team in Sligo as well with wins from the 4 x 100 relay squad, Ian Rogers in the pole vault, Ryan Cleary in the walk and Andrew Heney in the high jump. 2nd places from Edgar in the 5000, Keith Pike in the 100 and Tomas Dorina in the triple jump secured qualification for the Tullamore final in August.