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Cranford AC travel to the Indoor North West Championships in Athlone IT

Cranford AC had a early start for the long journey to Athlone for the Indoor North West Championships last Friday.

Teresa Mullen got the day off to a great start when she won gold in the u12 long jump with a brilliant jump of 3.93m. Conor Neely also had a great jump of 3.92m to claim silver in the u12 boys long jump with Max Roarty, Cian McMenamin, Ryan McMenamin and Caolan McFadden all jumping well.

Aoife Giles claimed another silver in the u14 shot put with a great throw of 10.86m and Orla Neely came 4th in the u12 shot put.

Johnny Trearty had an outstanding race in the 1500m and kept with the lead pack throughout to come home in 2nd place to claim the silver medal with Allan Neely finishing strongly to claim the bronze medal and Oran McMenamin close behind coming home in 4th position.

Nazara McFadden, Caoimhe Neely, Clodagh Neely and Orla Neely all ran very well in the u12 Girls 60m sprint and Conor Neely also looked very strong in the u12 boys 60m sprint.

Miah Fletcher, Clodagh Neely and Nazara McFadden all ran in the timed u12 girls 600m and all finished well up the field.

Max Roarty led the u12 boys home in the 600m race after a great run finishing in 4th position with Caolan McFadden, Conor Neely, Cian McMenamin and Ryan McMenamin also running well.

There was great excitement for our last events of the day when the u12 girls and u12 boys relay teams took to the track. Clodagh Neely got the girls off to a great start in the 4x100m with Teresa Mullen then taking over the baton to run a brilliant leg to put the girls in a great position with Nazara McFadden keeping the girls in contention before handing over to Caoimhe Neely who ran a brilliant final leg to bring the girls home in 2nd place.

Max Roarty led the boys off in their relay and got them off to a great start before handing over to Conor Neely who ran a great bend before passing the baton over to Cian McMenamin who had to dig deep to keep with the leaders before Caolan McFadden took the baton for the final leg and had a brilliant run and a great finish to claim the silver medal.

This was a great day for Cranford AC coming home with a total of 15 medals.

Thanks to the coaches Eamon Giles and Rose Gavaghan and to all the parents that travelled.

Cranford AC would like to thank the media for all their support and coverage throughout the year and wish you all a very Happy New Year.

Teresa Mullen with Fergus Mullen and Eamon Giles.

Teresa Mullen with Fergus Mullen and Eamon Giles.

Aoife Giles with her Mum Shauna.

Aoife Giles with her Mum Shauna.

 

Orla Neely who came 4th in the Girls U/12 shot.

Orla Neely who came 4th in the Girls U/12 shot.

Johnny Trearty 2nd and Allan Neely  3rd in the Boys U/14 1,500.

Johnny Trearty 2nd and Allan Neely 3rd in the Boys U/14 1,500.

 

 

 

Teresa Mullen 1st in the Girls U/12 long jump.

Teresa Mullen 1st in the Girls U/12 long jump.

Cranford AC Athletes who travelled to Athlone to Compete in the northwest indoor Championship

Cranford AC Athletes who travelled to Athlone to Compete in the northwest indoor Championship

Connor and Caoimhe Neely who both won medals in Athlone with proud parents Grace and Gilbert.

Connor and Caoimhe Neely who both won medals in Athlone with proud parents Grace and Gilbert.

 

Connor Neely recieving his silver medal for the boys U/12 long jump.

Connor Neely recieving his silver medal for the boys U/12 long jump.

 

Aoife Giles recieving her silver medal for the Girls U/14 shot.

Aoife Giles recieving her silver medal for the Girls U/14 shot.

Our Girls U/12 relay team who came 2nd team.

Our Girls U/12 relay team who came 2nd team.

 

Our boys U/12 relay team who came 2nd

Our boys U/12 relay team who came 2nd