Juvenile News

Juvenile News, 18 February 2018

West Waterford Athletic Club Juvenile Notes.
 
 
 
Munster Indoor Championships Next Weekend
 
 
 
Nenagh will be the venue next Saturday and Sunday for the Munster Juvenile Indoor Championships. The following West Waterford athletes have been entered for the championships.
 
Pole Vault under 15 Conor Davidson, under 16 Eoin Buenaventura, Kate Killigrew, under 17 Alannah Kelly under 18 Sam O’Neil, Patrick Fitzgerald, Darragh Curran, under 19 Diarmuid Harty,
 
1500m under 18 Cian O’Riordan
 
Timetable for Saturday
 
 OUTSIDE TRACK – 11AM 
 Girls U16 to U19 200m
 Girls U14 to U19 800m 
 Girls U13 600m 
 Boys U18 to U19 400m 
 Boys U16 to U19 1500m
 
 
POLE VAULT – 11AM 
 
 
 Girls U15, U16, U17, U18, U19
 
POLE VAULT – 1PM 
 
 Boys U15, U16, U17, U18, U19
 
 
 
 
Irish Health Life Munster Schools Cross Country.
 
 
 
The next round of the schools cross country championships will be held on Friday next February 23rd in Carriganore with the first race at 12.30. All those competing for the local schools have qualified from the East Munster and on Friday they will come up against the best of South Munster and North Munster. The first 15 finishers in each race and the top three teams in each race will qualify for the Irish Life Health All Ireland Schools Championships which will also be held in Carriganore on Saturday March 10th.  The Ardscoil inter girl’s team and St Augustine’s senior boys and inter boys teams who were all winners in East Munster will spearhead the local challenge on Friday but they will face a tough task as the intermediate grade is always the most competitive in the schools events.  Niall Blackwell and Oisin O’Riordan both representing CBS will look to qualify as individuals in the Senior and Intermediate boys events.  Tommy and Rory Fennell will be up with the action in the Minor boy’s race and could help the St Augustine’s team to qualify in this event. The Ardscoil junior girls were also in the medals at East Munster and will be competing in their first Munster finals and will be part of a very strong east Munster contingent in this race. The St Augustine’s inter girls team were not far behind the Ardscoil in the East Munster race and will be looking to close the gap on the Ardscoil on Friday. Best wishes to all the West Waterford athletes competing on Friday in Carriganore and in Nenagh on Saturday.