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Gold, Silver, Bronze, Personal Bests and National Records were the order of the season for Clare River Harrier Athletic Club.

Twenty one Athletes from the Clare River Harriers Juvenile Athletic Club have come through County and Connaught Championships to represent the club at the Irish Life Health National Juvenile Track & Field Championships.

Last weekend Eoin Furey, Eoin Higgins, Matthew Newell, Tómas Higgins and Saoirse Grant represent the club with very strong performances in a range of Track & Field events. This week Nicole Duffy will be competing in the sprint hurdle and high jump and on August 31st Isla Day will be completing in the U13, 800m, Elizabeth Mannion Healy and Amy Costello will be competing in the U11, 60m, Ryan Scully and Patrick Lee will be competing in the U11, 600m, Brian Griffin and Joseph Killilea will be competing in the U10, Turbo Javlin.


Image 1: Matthew Newell of the Clare River Harriers with his gold medal after winning the Boy’s U14 2000m Walk during day one of the National Championships.

Image 2: LtoR: Amy Costello and Elizabeth Mannion Healy. Elizabeth was the fastest U11 girl in Connaught this year.

Image 3: LtoR: Patrick Lee and Ryan Scully who took Silver in the U11 boys 600m at the Connachts

Image 4: Isla Day who took bronze at the Connachts in the u13 girls 800m

Image 5: Eoin Higgins talking part in the Long Jump at the Nationals last weekend.

Image 6: LtoR: Tómas Higgins and Eoin Higgins competing at the Nationals last weekend. Tómas competed in the Shot Put and Eoin competed in the Shot Put, Long Jump and 100m.

Image 7: LtoR: Nicole Duffy and Saoirse Grant. Nicole took Gold in the hurdles in Connaught and Saoirse took bronze in the High Jump