Applications for juvenile membership is currently open.
Information below relates to 2019 .
Application for membership of the juvenile club is open to children from age 7 to 18years. Registration is Online in the Member Notices Section.
Sunday 10.30 a.m. – 12 0’Clock ( 7 year to 18 years)
Wednesday 7pm - 8.15pm ( 14 years to 18 years)
Friday 7pm – 8.30pm ( 9 years to 18 years)
Note: Parents/Guardians are requested to be at the track for pick-up of athletes 15 minutes prior to each session ending.
The National Cross Country Championships for uneven ages took place in Cow Park, Dunboyne on Sunday last on a cool but beautiful winter’s day. The course was quite challenging with lots of twists and turns on route and the terrain was muddy which make it difficult to navigate at times for the athletes. However it was a hugely enjoyable day and well done to all our athletes who put in a brave effort throughout their race.
The National Cross Country Championships for Even Ages took place in Abbotstown in the National Sports Campus earlier today. Although the weather was dry for the event, rainfall earlier in the week left the course in muddy condition which made it difficult for the athletes to negotiate in places.
The National Senior, Junior and Juvenile even ages Cross Country Championships take place this Sunday, 24th November in Abbottstown, Dublin (National Sports Campus).
Please read the attached document from AAI with the latest Parking/Traffic update which will be in place on the day. ( New Parking Plan due to weather conditions). Best of luck to all our GCH athletes competing and all County Galway athletes !
The timetable can be viewed on the fixture list on AAI website:
Day 2 of the Connacht Cross Country championships took place yesterday in the scenic grounds of Beleek Woods in Ballina and was hosted by Moy Valley A.C. It was a bright but chilly day and the athletes really enjoyed the experience of running this challenging course.
GCH had two individual medal winners on the day, Fauve Aylmer and Barry Murphy and the U15 girls and U19 Boys brought home team gold.
GCH athletes enjoyed an exhilarating day of cross country running on Day 1 of the Connacht Cross Country Championships hosted by Leitrim Athletics in Calry , Sligo. Those who made the trip will reap the benefits of their efforts as the season progresses. Cross country running is excellent development for strength of both mind and body .
Our Juveniles were in action at Day 2 of the County Cross Country Championships at Bushfield in Loughrea on Sunday. Conditions were perfect with warm sunshine and little wind making it a really enjoyable day for all our athletes , many of whom were competing for the first time. Loughrea A.C. provided an excellent course as expected and the event was well organised by Castlegar AC and East Galway AC.
Day 1 of the County Cross Country Championships took place at Palace Grounds in Tuam in bright sunny conditions on Sunday last. A big thank you to Castlegar AC for setting up a challenging but enjoyable course and to East Galway for providing the results.
The day got off to a fine start with U9s Hannah Boo finishing impressively in 15th place over the 800m distance, her first ever race for the club.
The County Cross Country Championships (Day 1 ) takes place in Tuam on Sunday 6th October. As a result there will be no juvenile training in Dangan for U9 to U12s as athletes and coaches attend this event.
Wishing everyone participating an enjoyable day.