Training resumes next week for the following:-

Monday 2nd Sept 7-8pm for U10 years to U14 years
Tuesday 3rd Sept 7-8.30pm for U13 years to Snrs
Wednesday 4th Sept 7-8.30pm for U12 years to Snrs
Friday 6th Sept 5-6.30pm for U11 years to Snrs High Jump
Saturday 7th Sept 11-12.30pm for U12 years to Snrs (Including Hurdles)

Thursday night training group Age 6 years to Age 11 years, training will resume on Thursday the 12th of September from 7pm to 8pm.

All members are asked to come prepared to training with correct footwear, light rain clothes and drink.

Community Games National Finals

Four members made the trip down to Limerick last weekend to compete in the Community Games National Finals. First up early on Saturday morning was Lee Callaghan, competing in the Javelin event Lee competed very well with the heavier weight of 500g to place 6th overall.   On Saturday afternoon Aoife Rohan was competing in the Hurdles, having sailed through her heat on Saturday and her semi final on Sunday morning,  in the final Aoife ran brilliantly and was unlucky to miss out on medal position by one place.  On Saturday afternoon, Amy Callaghan competed in the High Jump and jumped very well to secure the Silver medal, while on Saturday evening competing in the Discus, Niamh Quinn threw her way to securing her medal coming 4th, well done to all.

National Senior Championships

On Saturday and Sunday, the 27th and 28th of July two of our Senior team athletes competed at the National Senior Championships in Morton Stadium, Santry. Elizabeth Morland won the javelin with a PB throw of 46.60m, she also came third in the shot put with a throw of 12.45m. Michael O’Sullivan narrowly missed out on the final of the men’s discus with a throw of 32.16m to come ninth. With the end of the 2019 track and field season upon us the club would like to congratulate our athletes on their performances over the year and wish them all the best on the off-season break and pre-season training.

Setanta Games

Well done to our 10 athletes that made the short trip to the Lourdes Stadium on Saturday for the Setanta Games hosted by Athletics Louth. With a great variety of events to choose from Shot, Turbo, LJ, Sprints & Middle Distance races, Aine, Amy, Lee, Aoife, Doireann, Nia, Nessa, Saoirse, Rian & Cian came home with 16 medals between them so well done to all. Next event is the Boyne AC sports day again in the Lourdes Stadium on Sunday the 4th of August from 1.30pm.

National Championships

A huge well done to all our athletes who have competed over the last few weekends in Tullamore at the National Championships. They have done themselves and the club proud qualifying to compete at national level and putting in great performances. A big thank you to all the coaches and especially head coach Phelim Joyce for all the time and effort over the year getting the athletes ready for competition.
Day 2 and 3 of the championships took place this Saturday July 13th and Sunday July 14th and we had 10 juvenile athletes competing. A trio of silver medals was won. On Saturday Niamh Quinn put in some great throws to win silver in the U16 discus. A second silver medal was won by Laura Bolster who ran brilliantly in the U15 100m sprint, Laura also jumped very well in the long jump coming fifth overall. And the third silver medal was claimed by Loclainn Harris on Sunday in the U15 250m hurdles.
On Saturday James Bellew and Lee Callaghan both jumped well in the U14 high jump, and on Sunday Lee threw a personal best in the U14 discus just missing out on the medals coming fourth. Amy Callaghan and Amy Bellew both threw very well in the U16 shot put with Amy Callaghan just missing out on the medals coming fourth and Amy Bellew seventh. Amy Callaghan also threw a personal best throw in the U16 javelin and was again very unlucky to miss out on the medals coming fourth overall, while Amy Bellew was very unfortunate not having any throws marked. In the searing heat on Sunday afternoon Mollie White ran brilliantly in the heats of the U16 250m hurdles to qualify for the final where she put in a great performance coming sixth overall. Katie Lenehan and Aine O’Sullivan both threw very well in the U17 discus with Katie just missing out on medal coming fourth and Aine sixth. Aine also threw very well in the U17 javelin to come fifth overall.  Best of luck to our athletes who are competing next Sunday in Tullamore at the B championships.

National U20 & U23 Championships

On Saturday the 6th of July 2019 two of our senior team athletes competed at the U20 and U23 National Outdoor Championships in Tullamore. Elizabeth Morland won the long jump with a jump of 5.98m. She also came second in the shot put with a throw of 11.72m and third in the U23 women’s 100m hurdles with a time of 14.08s. Michael O’Sullivan came third in the U23 men’s discus with a throw of 34.66m and fifth in the shot put with a throw of 10m.

National Championships Day 1

Well done to Aine O’Sullivan, Amy Callaghan, Mollie White , Niamh Quinn, Loclainn Harris and Lee Callaghan who all put in great performances at Day 1 of the National Athetics Championships in Tullamore today. Aine ran very well in the heats of the U17 100m Hurdles, and both Mollie and Niamh ran very well in the heats of the U16 100m Hurdles but unfortunately none of them qualified for the finals. Loclainn Harris ran very well in his heat of the boys U15 80m Hurdles qualifying for the final and coming fifth overall. Amy jumped well in the U16 high jump event coming sixth overall while Lee put in some great throws in U14 javelin. Well done to everyone.