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Oisin Kelly won the 400m at the North west games. [caption id="attachment_5705" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Oisin Kelly[/caption] ... read more..
[caption id="attachment_5669" align="aligncenter" width="225"] Miah Fletcher winner of the ladies race[/caption] [caption id="attachment_5670" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Competers in Cranford Boxing Day race[/caption] [caption id="attachment_5672" alig ... read more..
Well done to Oisin Kelly receiving his award last night as winner of the Ulster Star award for the County at Ulster Athletics Council Star Awards ceremony held in Bayview Hotel, Killybegs. Great achievement and congrats from everyone at the club. [caption id="attachment_5664" align="aligncenter" width="283"] Oisin Kelly with Eamon Giles[/caption] read more..
Cranford AC    Eight Cranford athletes made the trip to St Catherine AC in Cork last weekend to compete in the Uneven Ages National Cross Country championships.  It was a bright and dry day that welcomed us to the well laid out course in the Cork countryside. Cranfords Under 11 boys were the first to test out this challenging course, six boys lined up together to compete over this 1500m course and a large field of athletes.  All our boys ran an excellent personal race and put in a fine team performance.  Matthew Giles was first home for this team followed by Roan ... read more..
  Spectacular day of athletics and a home win for Cranford AC at Nationals  Championships   You couldn’t be anything but impressed with the scenery and course layout at Rosapenna, Downings on Sunday last.  Cranford AC hosted the first National, Senior and Even Ages cross Country event in Donegal and it was a roaring success. A fleet of friendly volunteers made this a welcoming and impressive event for all the athletes who travelled from far and wide to compete in the National Cross Country championships. From the local garda who met visitors at the road, to the ... read more..
Cranford AC U11 Boys take Ulster Team Title and Mc Fadden takes Individual Ulster Title  2022 Ni and Ulster Championships for Novice and Uneven ages cross country held in Finn Valley centre.   Saturday saw a beautiful bright and sunny morning for the Cranford athletes who travelled to Stranorlar to compete in this event. The well laid out course at the Finn Valley centre was going to be a challenge as the day progressed and long spikes were the order of the day for our athletes. It was encouraging again to see two novice teams line up today for Cranford. To get the day ... read more..

Donegal Champions for Cranford’s under 11 boys team at Donegal uneven ages championships.

A typical Donegal autumn day welcomed our athletes to the Rosses AC underage Donegal championships on Saturday. Plenty of wind and threatening black skies set the scene at this stunning venue across the sand dunes at mullaghderg.

First with her toe to the line for  Cranford today in the under 9 girls race over 1000m of this  undulating track was Allanah Ní Curran (35) who got closed in at the start but held on well to finish well up this field in this challenging c ... read more..

      Two Ulster champions for Cranford AC at the recent NI and Ulster championships in Belfast last weekend The International, Northern Ireland & Ulster Even age Group Championships & Bobby Rea Cross County took place last weekend in Dundonald Belfast. Cranford AC had 29 athletes make the early morning start for the journey. This was also a great opportunity for our young athletes to watch some International talent in action today.   First out of the pens was Megan Logue our only U 10 girl to compete today, unfortunately our other athlete, Sarah Coyle wa ... read more..

Donegal Athletics Board County Star awards

This event was held at the stunning Bayview Hotel in kilybegs last Friday evening with 9 Cranford AC athletes being awarded prizes for their achievements over the past three years.

Congratulations to Caolan McFadden, Jerry Coyle, Faolan Caldwell, Oisin Giles, Aoife Giles, Teresa Mullen, Amy Cullen, Miah Fletcher and Oisin Kelly.

It was lovely to see our athletes recognised for their achievements in athletics over the past three years.

Our chairman Eamon Giles als ... read more..

Donegal championships Novice and even ages cross country in Carndonagh.

It has been a while since Cranford had a novice team entry so it was fabulous today to support our Ladies team representing Cranford AC in the Novice race over 3k. These ladies have been very dedicated attending training and putting in a huge personal effort to compete today. The first lap of this winding course got off to a fast pace, and the ladies worked strongly throughout battling to keep their positions. Anne Mc Bride brought this team home followed by Sinead Giles,Caroline Ní Curran and ... read more..