The Galway County Indoor T&F Programme is attached for this Sunday's events on 18th January in Athlone IT
The event starts at 9.30am
Also please NOTE that there is no Juvenile Training in Dangan on Sunday 18th.
A bus will leave Dangan at 7.30am, collecting at bus stop Headford road opposite Dunnes stores & Dunnes Stores Ballybrit car park, cost 10 euro per person.
[acidfree:10404 size=300 align=centre title='']
GloHealthNational Indoor League
Will be held over 3 days in Athlone IT on 11th Jan, 31st Jan and the Final on 7th Feb. All details at the following page HERE.
Entries to email@example.com by Thursday 1st January.
GloHealth Combined Events Championships
Here are the standings after the National Novices cross country where our ladies team did the club proud bringing home a national bronze team medal. Not a lot changed at the top of the standings but Alvy Carragher, Barbara Dunne and Helen Corbett showed they would be serious contenders for the Club Challenge title if they put their mind to it. Niamh Hennelly had another great run on the country and looks like she can't be stopped now. Still plenty up for grabs though with the other placings and the age category awards.
[acidfree:10439 size=400 align=centre title='']
Next start date for Beginners to Fit4Life is Monday 12th January 2015.
Meet at 7pm outside Westside Library.
Any queries to Bernie 087-7504066
Groups are as follows:
Beginners (Bernie’s Group)
For anyone that has missed training over the last few months now would be a good time to get right back and get fit for summer.
[acidfree:10861 size=400 align=centre title='']
Congratulations to Alanna Lally, of Galway City Harriers and Presentation College Athenry who last week was presented with the School Girl's Athlete of the Year award.
The award was presented by Michael Hunt, President of the Irish Schools' Athletics Association, during the National Athletics Awards Ceremony at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, Santry, Co. Dublin.
Round 1 of the penultimate club challenge event was the Inter-County Cross Country in Dundalk IT last weekend. It produced a big move in the women's challenge. Niamh Hennelly has leap-frogged to the top of the leaderboard and it will take some fancy footwork and equally fancy mathematics to dislodge her.
In the men's challenge things were largely unchanged at the very top but Gary Thornton, Keith Fallon, Brian O'Connor and John Cronin made great strides up the leaderboard. But have they left their dash too late?
The second day of the Connacht cross country held in Westport House last Sunday. The venue was superb for a more traditional cross country course with lots of hills and muck. The heavy passing showers made underfoot conditions difficult and several GCH participants fell during the races but everybody finished.
With the results now in, there have been some small but significant changes at the top of the leaderboards in both the men's and women's events.