Great day’s sport for all on Championship Sunday

Clonliffe`s club track and field championships takes place on Sunday week, the 7th of May commencing at 3:00pm. The club`s captains and coaches have planned an extensive programme of events for all ,from juveniles to masters featuring a full range of athletic events from 80m to 5,000m as well as field events. The final event of the day is the mens 1500m scheduled for 5:40pm and this will be followed by the presentation of Clonliffe Club Championship medals ,these are beautiful specially commissioned medals which are gauranted to be treasured by the winners over the years to come.Food and refreshments will be available at the presentation in the club bar.All club members are encouraged to take part in the championships either as competitor ,official or supporter.The club would also be delighted to see as many family members and friends as possible turn up in Santry on the day.

Whilst, as always ,timetables can be subject to change the sequence of events looks like this:

3:00pm 2006 track & field c`ships opens

3:00pm U/12 Boys & Girls 80m

3:00pm Mens Pole Vault

3:00pm Womens Javelin

3:05pm U/14 Boys & Girls 100m

3:20pm Womens 5000m

3:20pm U/12 Boys & Girls Long Jump

3:30pm U/14 Boys & Girls Long Jump

3:50pm Womens 100m

3:55pm Mens 100m

4:00pm Mens Shot Put or Discus

4:05pm U/12 Boys & Girls 600m

4:15pm Mens 800m

4:15pm U/12 Boys & Girls Ball Throw

4:15pm Mens Long Jump

4:30pm U/14 Boys & Girls 1000m

4:30pm U/15 Javelin

4:45pm Womens 1500m

5:00pm U/16 Boys & Girls 1500m

5:15pm Womens 400m

5:20pm Mens 400m

5:30pm Mens 100m Final

5:40pm Mens 1500m


All listings for men and womens events incorporate Junior, Senior and Masters.

I`m sure you`ll agree this is a pretty impressive programme and all credit must go to Joe,Bronagh, Gladys and their team of coaches.A lot of time and effort has been put into the planning of the day and it is well deserving of your full support.So if at all possible please support YOUR CLUB and make Campionship Sunday May 7th a day to remember.