Champions Cup to Finn Valley ac

A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated.

Champions Cup to Finn Valley ac

 

 

A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated.

A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. A busy week of athletics at Finn Valley A.C, was completed today with the inaugural organisation of the McGonagle Champions Cup catering for 9-18 year old  athletes. Weather conditions were good, as was the running surface and organisation by host club Finn Valley was excellent. The cup was presented to the captain of Finn Valley A.C Adam Mc Granaghan at the conclusion, the reward to the best club of the day by Pierce O’Callaghan a member of the European Athletics executive. There were many exciting teams and individuals battling throughout, but in the days final under 16 boys, take a tremendous last 400m by Cranford A.C member Oisin Kelly to get up for a thrilling win had to be the highlight beating as he did a quality field. Overall, an enjoyable event that no doubt will be penciled in for 2019 again. Clubs from Donegal, Down, Galway Fermanagh, Leitrim, Galway and Derry participated. Place

Girls Under 9

Club

1

Emer Fallon

Tuam A.C

2

Niamh McGlinchey

Finn Valley A.C

3

Emily Melly

Tir CHonaill A.C

4

Lizzie Sweeney

Milford A.C

5

Jennifer Dooher

Finn Valley A.C

6

Grace McBride

Finn Valley A.C

 

Team Result

 

1

Finn Valley A.C

 

2

Tir Chonaill A.C

 

3

Tuam A.C

 

 

Place

Boys Under 9

Club

1

Scott William

Nth Leitrim A.C

2

Cian McGinn

Tuam A.C

3

Jack Byrne

Finn Valley A.C

4

Senan Faulkner

Milford A.C

5

Oran Kee

Finn Valley A.C

6

Matthew Dowds

Finn Valley A.C

 

Team Result

 

1

Finn Valley A.C

 

2

Milford A.C

 

3

Rosses A.C

 

 

Place

Boys Under 10

Club

1

Mark Williams

Finn Valley A.C

1

Bradley Boyle

Letterkenny A.C

3

Lynan Green

Rosses A.C

4

Isaac Costello

Tuam A.C

5

Ohran Rogan

Rosses A.C

6

Ryan Hession

Tuam A.C

 

Team Result

 

1

Finn Valley A.C

 

2

Rosses A.C

 

3

Letterkenny A.C

 

 

Place

Girls Under 10

 



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