Juvenile News 05 July 2022

 

After four weeks of great competition our club championships concluded with the presentation of prizes. We were a week later than planned because we had to cancel one night because of severe thunderstorms. Some of our athletes had already gone on holidays by the time of the presentation so they can collect their trophies and medals at training over the next few Wednesdays. Five athletes scored full points Madeline Curran, Jarleth Hurney, Nicole Cullinane, Rosie Berryman and Rory Donnolly.  The biggest field was in the girls under 10 with thirteen athletes competing and the closest contest was in the boys under 11 with just one point separating the top two. Well done to all who competed over the four weeks

 

Full Results

 

ClubChampionships2022    
 Girls under 9  Boys under 9  
1Madeline Curran      50pts                             1.  Rian Flavin 42pts 
2Sinead Donnelly      38pts                              2.  Charlie Ahearn40pts 
3Elin Qualter             33pts                              3.   Evan Radley 37pts 
4Eadaoin Houlihan    31pts         4Luke O’Reilly32pts 
5Maisie Kenneally   28pts 5Alex Dempsey28pts 
   6Daniel Curran21pts 
       
 Girls under 10  Boys under 10  
1Ellie Mae Doherty48pts1Jarleth Hurney50pts 
2Isobel Daly42pts2Jamie Cliffe35pts 
3Leah Kiely32pts3Colm O’Muiri25pts 
4Eile de Paor27pts4Tiernan Hogan23pts 
5Jess Collins25pts4Jack Barry23pts 
6Ava Burkin24pts6Oran Murray17pts 
7Allanah Pope17pts7Rex Radley12pts 
8Darcy Lavin13pts8Seb Byrne10pts 
                  9 Aisling Hickey10pts    
       
 Girls under 11  Boys under 11  
1Anna Rochford46pts1Olan Devereaux41pts 
2Alicia Radley38pts2Mario Bradan Zakis40pts 
3Katie Mai Daly31pts3Eoghan Kenny31pts 
4Grace Hodge29pts3David Dempsey31pts 
4Ruth Walsh29pts5Barry Cambeg30pts 
6Sarah O’Reilly23pts6Oisin Cunningham20pts 
   6Lucas Foley20pts 
   8Cormac Hallahan13pts 
   9Cillian Pope12pts 
       
 Girls under 12  Boys under 12  
1Nicole Cullinane50pts1Fergus Donnelly43pts 
2Saoirse Kinsella32pts2Patrick Mullaney41pts 
3Sheila Mai Curran28pts3Mark McLoughlin35pts 
   4Lochlann Hurney26pts 
   5Nathan Butler15pts 
       
 Girls Under 13  Girls & Boys under 14 
1Rosie Berryman50pts1Rory Donnelly50pts 
2Seoda Kinsella32pts1Sarah Hallissey48pts 
3Ellen Power24pts2Leah Wall42pts 
4Faye McGrath20pts    
5Luisne de Paor12pts    
5Suin Cunningham12pts    
5Layla Rose harty12pts    
       
       
 Girls over 14     
1Grainne Moore40pts    
2Sarah O’Riordan38pts    
2Fia de Paor38pts    
4Ami Flavin17pts    
5Fiona O’Riordan13pts    
       
       

All Ireland Championships Day 1

 

Day one of the All Ireland Championships took place in Tullamore last weekend and West Waterford AC had two athletes qualified Paul Mullarkey and Saoirse Quinn. It was great to see Paul back in action again at this level as he was out of action for over a year with a serious knee injury. Paul threw 10.13 on his second throw to secure his place in the final 8 and earn three more throws. He finished on his best throw of 10m18.

 

Saoirse Quinn has been throwing very well over the last two weekend and on Sat she improved on her performance in the Munster championship with a best throw of 35m31 for 5th place.

Well done to both athletes for representing their club at highest level of the championships.

 

All Ireland Day 2 and 3

 

Next weekend we will see five West Waterford athletes in action over the two days.  On Sat the walkers will be off early @10am and the club will be represented by Eabha Hickey under 16 and Doireann Hickey under 17.

In the field events Saoirse Quinn will compete in the Discus @11.30 and David Conroy Fahey in the Hammer @3pm.

On Sunday Saoirse will be back in action again in the Shot@10am while David competes in the Discus @ 1.30.

On the track Noah Commins competes in his first All Ireland in the under 14 1500m @11.30.

Everyone should arrive at least one hour before their event to give themselves time to warm up properly and also in case the programme moves ahead of schedule.