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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..
  [caption id="attachment_2966" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Miah Oisin Teresa with Eamon Giles[/caption] [caption id="attachme ... read more..
Cranford AC at the National Inter County Club and B’s Championships An early start for our Athletes heading to Tullamore on Saturday morning. First event was the shot put U14 where we had Orla Neely competing Orla threw very well with a throw of 7.59 m getting placed 6th overall Orla is well on her way back to form once again. Next to the track was the boys U13 Relay the team consisted of Aidan McFadden, Caolan Mc Fadden, Eoin Friel and Oisin Mc Nulty these boys put in a gutsy performance and came home in 5th place in their heat just missing out on a place in the final these boys will be ... read more..
  Three of our finest athletes travelled to the home of Tullamore Harriers to compete in the National Juvenile Championships Track and Field eventsOur athletes showed that they can compete with the best in Ireland, first up was Caolan Mc Fadden in the long jump and while Caolan had a very good jump of 3.94m he didn’t jump his best on the day but enjoyed the event and gained some great experience which will stand to him in further competition. Next up was the duo of Cliod ... read more..
Three Ulster Titles for Cranford AC Athletes at the NI & Ulster Championships. Cranford had 5 Athletes travel to Mary Peters Track in Belfast to compete in the Northern Ireland & Ulster Championships. It was a early start and a very changeable day weather wise we had rain hail and sun over the day. The day got off to a great start with Aoife Giles putting in a great performance in the shot put earning her self a silver medal, Aoife then went on to throw the Discus this is a new event for Aoife this season and showing her strength and determination Aoife claimed the bronze medal, Aoife ... read more..
Cranford AC Athletes who competed at Mary Peters Track in Belfast on Sunday last in the NI & Ulster Championships, Oisin Kelly who came 2nd and Oran McMenamin 4th in the U15 1500m, both boys now qualify for the National in July in Tullamore. [caption id="attachment_2918" align="aligncenter" width="169"] Oran and Oisin[/caption] ... read more..
Successful Day at Ulster Championships for Cranford AC. Cranford AC had a great day out on Sunday last coming home with 7 Ulster Medals at the Ulster Children Games and 12-13 ages. The day got off to a great start with Jerry Coyle setting the standard winning both the long jump with a leap of and the U9 boys 300m. Jerry lead from the gun and there was no stopping him powering down the home straight earning him the title of double Ulster champion 2018. Our U9 Girls were up next with Anna Giles and Orla Cunningham, this was the girls first Ulsters and both girls got on very well in the 60m sprint ... read more..
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