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Cranford A.C. had a very successful day on Sunday last at the uneven age Ulster Cross Country event held at Fintra, Killybegs. The U-9 girls and boys had a bit of a rushed start but finished well with lots of medals for Aoife Giles, Caoimhe Browne, Orla Neeley, Oisín Kelly, Oran Mc Menamin, Cian Mc Menamim and Luke Donnelly.

The U-11 girls revealed a new star for the club with Molly Trearty coming in 3rd in her first Ulster appearance. Well done to Molly who was followed home strongly by Lisa Dugera 26th, Holly Mc Elwaine 31st, Aobha Gallagher and Cliodhna Mc Cotter-Kelly.

The U-11 boys again had the performance of the day with Stephen Black collecting gold in 1st position and his brother Conor collecting bronze in 3rd position. They were followed home strongly by Johnny Mc Groddy 6th, Dylan Dorrian 7th, Eoghan Moore 14th and Martin Mc Garvey 15th. This performance saw the boys collect gold medal team position and Donegal team medals. What a great run from all these young boys who will be representing the club at the National cross country in Meath. The U-11 B team also had an excellent performance being led home by Allan Neeley 50th, followed by Shane Coll, Killian browne, Luke Downey, Issac Mc Ilwaine and Barry Donnelly. A lot of these boys are much younger and gained great experience.
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The U-13 girls had a very solid performance being led home by Michelle Mc Devitt, Rionach Giles,Anna Mc Fadden, Laura Dugera, Niamh Mc Devitt, Julie Trearty, Thea Duffy and Jessica Mc Ilwaine. The only U-13 boy Liam Doherty also had a good race, as did Ciara Murray the only U-15 girl and Eoin Kelly U-15 boy had a great personal performance finishing 19th.

The U-17 girls had another great performance with Shannon Mc Groddy in an individual medal position in 11th place, followed by Niamh Kelly 13th, Brónach Gallagher 18th, Amber Barrett 19th and Julie Trearty. This earned the girls a well deserved silver medal 2nd place team position and Donegal team medals. They have also qualified for the Nationals in Meath.

The U 19s were represented by Lucy Backus, Roisín Boyce and Christopher Murray, with the girls finishing in medal positions. Well done to all athletes who put in some very impressive performances and good luck to all progressing to the National finals.