Applications for juvenile membership closed at the end of April . It will re-open again in September for the Sept- Dec season for any new athletes who wish to join.
Information below relates to 2019 only.
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.
Juvenile training for all ages recommences on Sunday 8th September in Dangan at 10.30am. Looking forward to seeing everyone back for the Autumn/winter season and also to welcoming new members.
Please see upcoming X Country details below.
Cross Country Championships 2019
A big thank you to Seamus Lynch for the Juvenile End of Season reports in the attachments below. The reports highlight the numerous achievements of our athletes over Cross Country and Track & Field competitions during the 2018/2019 season as well as updates on new Club records accomplished.
A wonderful tribute to our talented athletes!
Many thanks to Seamus Lynch for this report.
Galway City Harriers finished their year emphatically with a sensational five relay titles, two Championship Best performances and numerous other podium places at the National Relay and B Championships in Tullamore. Aoibhe Deely, Chloe Casey and Seren O’Toole were Triple Gold medallists with double gold for Christian Ogbemudia, Conor Hoade & Emma Jane Moran.
In the Relays there were medals as follows:
Great report by Seamus Lynch.
Day 3 of the National Juvenile Championships were held in Tullamore and once more, GCH scooped a superb set of medals, PBs and great memories.
GCH at the Nationals 2019 Report in attached PDF.
Many thanks to Seamus Lynch for this great report.
Part 1: Under 9s to under 13s Report Saturday June 29th
Part 2: Junior/Under 23 Championships Saturday July 6th and Sunday 7th July
Best of luck to all GCH athletes competing in the two days of competition this weekend & well done to the many Galway athletes from other clubs who completed with such distinction in the nationals to date.
Day 2 of the Connacht Championships took place in Sligo IT on Saturday. Weather conditions were mostly favourable with sunshine and little wind on the day despite a couple of showers from time to time. After months of training GCH athletes reaped the rewards with several medals and qualifiers for the Nationals after the day.
Conor Hoade won triple gold with strong performances in the U16 Boys 100m hurdles where he ran 14.29 seconds, 34.06 seconds for the 250m hurdles and later he followed this up with a jump of 5.79m to win the long jump.
Attached is the provisional Track timetable and provisional Field timetable for the Connaught Track & Field Championships, which take place this Saturday, June 15th, Sligo IT. ( competition for u14s-u19s, Senior & Master).
Please note that that track events may run ahead or behind schedule. Listen out for announcements/updates at the track. Field events order may be subject to change.
The Connacht Championships for U9s to U13s took place in Dangan on Saturday in wet and windy conditions. Well done to all our athletes who took part on the day. A big thank you to Amanda Hynes and to all who officiated on the day.
There were a number of medal winners and qualifiers for the Nationals after a long day of competition.
At U9 level Aisling Tauchen and Matilda Carroll won bronze in the 60m sprint teamed pair.