Juvenile News

Juvenile News, 28 january 2019

West Waterford Athletic Club Juvenile Notes
 
 
Aislinn’s Fund Raising Quiz a Huge Success
 
 
 
Minnies was definitely the place to be last Friday night as a there was a big turn
out to support Aislinn O’Regan in her bid to raise the funds necessary to travel
to the UAE to compete in the IWAS World Games. Thirty four teams competed
in the quiz and the honours went to West Waterford’s team of Mark and Niall
Blackwell, Ann Dunford and Karen Ryan. It was really a fun night out and the
music rounds really got the crowd singing and dancing. Our thanks to Bob
O’Brien who really set the tone for the night and to his team of helpers who
worked so efficiently doing the scores in record time. Thanks to our generous
sponsors we had lots of spot prizes and raffle prizes. Between the table money,
raffle and several donations from those unable to attend, the quiz raised 2,600
euro which will see Aislinn on the plane to the UAE next month. A huge thank
you from West Waterford AC juvenile committee to all who supported this
night.
 
 
 
 
Irish Life HealthEast Munster Schools Cross
Country Championships
 
 
 
The next event on the cross country calendar is the East Munster Schools Cross
Country which will be held in the grounds of WIT Carriganore on Thursday
next January31st.
This will be a very testing course where the best athletes in Tipperary and
Waterford will compete for a place in the Munster Schools Championships
which will be held at the same venue later in the month. All the local schools
are taking part and we wish the best of luck to all the West Waterford athletes
who will be competing for their schools. The forecast is for very cold weather
this week so wrap up well.
Last year the local schools enjoyed a fair amount of success and will be putting
it up to the Tipperary schools. St Augustine’s junior boys will again field strong
teams in a bid to win the title. The Ard Scoil senior, intermediate and junior