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Juvenile News 20 September 2020

 

Those Born in 2010 and 2011Return to Training this Week @6.15

 

We have been settling in to our new training regime over the last few week. First back were our older athletes born between 2002 and 2007 and they are now well into their stride with Tony’s group training Mon, Wed and Fri @6pm and Mary’s group training on Wed and Friday @6pm. Last Friday we welcomed back those born in 2008 and 2009 and they are now up to speed with the new system. This week on Wed and Friday we will welcome back those born in 2010 and 2011.  We ask that those born in 2010 and 2011 come to training at 6.15 to avoid any queues and allow for social distancing at check in. Many of them have already sent in their forms and have received the back to training email with instructions on how to sign up for training online they have also received their life registration numbers to access the online system. If you have sent in your form and have not received your email and registration number please contact Mary Ashe.

Remember you must be registered and insured with Athletics Ireland and checked in online before you attend training.

 

County Championships Sunday 27th in Carriganore @10am

 

The county championships for under 10,12,14,16 and 18 will take place in Carriganore on Sunday 27th Sept.  The championships will be held on a flat course around the playing pitches rather than the usually hilly cross country course.

 

You must enter your own children online and travel to the venue. There will be no bus. All Parent or guardians and club coaches must register to attend the event.

 

Please let me know at training on Wed if you are entered

 

The online registration for the County Cross Country Championships is at the link below. 

 

https://register.enthuse.com/ps/event/WaterfordCountyEvenAgeJuniorandSeniorCrossCountry

 

 

Waterford County Cross Country Regulations 2020.

  • Athletes may move up ONE age group except for the U9 age group. To compete U9, the minimum age is EIGHT years (ie all athletes must turn 8years old in year of competition)
  • All Athletes MUST be registered with Athletics Ireland
  • All Juvenile teams four to score EXCEPT Girls U19 where there is three to score
  • Official club singlet should be worn
  • Pacing of athletes will mean disqualification
  • Points for the best over all Juvenile club – teams only

1st 3points

2nd 2points

3rd 1point

  • U18 and Juniors is the one race

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  • Cost of Entry ( All entries will be online)
  • Juvenile €5

*First three athletes in all races will be awarded their medals at finish line

*Team medals and results will be posted ASAP on the day after the event and medals will be forwarded to each club involved

*Athletes will have to leave course immediately after their event is finished to allow the participants of next race onto the course

  • DISTANCES

           Girls  Boys

U10 1000m 1000m

U12 2000m 2000m

U14 3000m 3000m

U16 4000m 4000m

U18 4000m 6000m

 

The running of the event will be subject to the Covid Regulations in place at the time of competition.

 

Win for Kyla Flavin at First Cross Country Meet

 

The first cross country of the season was hosted by St Senan’s AC in Kilmacow on Sunday last. Athletes from all over south Leinster and Munster travelled to compete at the event.  Four athletes from West Waterford made the journey to Kilmacow to take part. First in action was Kyla Flavin who won the girls under 12 race with four seconds to spare from Lucy Clinton Waterford Ac and Eve Dowling Newbridge a further eight seconds back in third place.

Aoife O’Donovan was next in action and Aoife moved up an age to compete under 14 girl’s 1500m . Aoife finished 18 in a time of 6.44 which was a good first race of the season for Aoife.

Next up was Sarah Nyhan who competed in the under girls under 18 3000m. Sarah finished in 4th place in a very competitive and fast paced race.

Mark Blackwell was the only boy from West Waterford competing last Sunday. He ran in the boys under 18 4000m. He finished in 24th place with

 a time of 16.28.

Well done to all four athletes who competed in Kilmacow we will see you in action again next Sunday in Waterford.