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[caption id="attachment_3166" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Neil Martin Eamon Giles & JoeBoyce[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3167" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Eamon with his award[/caption] read more..
          [caption id="attachment_3150" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Miah[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3151" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Rose Gavaghan with Caolan Mc Fadden[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3152" align="aligncenter" width="225"] read more..
                        [caption id="attachment_3123" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Cranford Ac Girls u11 who qualified for the Nationals championships in December.[/caption] [caption id="attachment_3124" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Cranford Ac Boys U ... read more..
Cranford AC at the Donegal inter county relay championship. On what was a lovely November morning Cranford made the short journey to Stranorlar the home of Finn valley athletic club who were hosting the Donegal senior cross country and inter county relay championship, with over 70 juvenile relay teams this competition is going from strength to strength. Our U10 girls were up first and these girls coming of the back of their ulster last weekend were up against tight competition, Karen Neely got out well from the whistle and made good progress through the field handing over to Cliodhna mc Bride, ... read more..
Two Donegal Titles for Cranford AC. On what was perfect conditions for cross country running, Cranford AC made the journey to Rosses to compete in the Donegal Championship uneven ages. Our girls U9 started the day off for Cranford with Orla Cunningham having a great run coming home in 9th place closely followed by Anna Giles. Our U9 boys consisted of Jerry Coyle, Ciaran Cooney and Odhran Mc Groddy. Ciaran had a fine race finishing in 9th place followed home by Odhran in 16th place. Unfortunately Jerry had to pull out due to illness.  The girls and boys were rewarded with well deserved medals. Our ... read more..
Cranford AC perform well at the Donegal championship On what was a wet and windy day all roads lead to Carndonagh for the Donegal Athletics Championship. Masters ladies got the event off to a great start where we had Bridie Trearty wearing the Cranford vest. Bridie had a very good race finishing in 10th place overall. The juvenile races started with the U8s where Faolan Caldwell in his first cross country race had a great race coming home in 16th place earning himself a well deserved medal. Our U10 girls were up next and running for Cranford were Cliodhna McB ... read more..
  Good start to the cross country season for Cranford AC. Last Sunday saw 29 of our Juvenile athletes travel to Stranorlar to compete in the McGonagle Champions Cup. On what was a cold but dry day the first race got off at 12.30 and it was the Girls U9 to start. We had Orla Cunningham, Anna Giles and Maggie McBride all competing in their very first cross country race, all girls ran very well with Orla coming home in 12th place followed closely by Anna and Maggie - well done girls. Our boys U9 consisted of Jerry Coyle and Odhran McGroddy where both boys battled to the end coming home ... read more..
[caption id="attachment_3032" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Start of Boys race[/caption] [caption id="attachment_2984" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Juveniles that ran in the underage races.[/caption] read more..
Cranford AC at Day 3 of the National Juvenile Championships in Tullamore. Cranford AC had 3 of our athletes travel to Tullamore last weekend to compete in the National Juvenile Championships, this was day 3 and the final day of these championships. Oran McMenamin and Oisin Kelly competed in the boys U15 1500m, both boys had a very good race and kept with the pace for most of the race with Oisin finishing in 5th place overall and Oran had a great final 100m finishing in 10th overall. Aoife Giles was competing in the girls U15 javelin where she got off to a great start and get ... read more..
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