DONEGAL athletes returned another bucketload of medals from the Ulster U14-U19 Track and Field Championships at the Mary Peters Track on Sunday.

 

McGinley also won the under-19 800m while a new PB saw Oisin Toye take bronze in the same race.

There was a double gold for Finn Valley AC’s Blaine Lynch, who won under-16 javelin and shot put titles and his club mate Conor Lyons won long jump and hurdles medals.

in the long jump, it was a one-two-three for Donegal with Cranford’d Amy Cullen followed by Finn Valley duo Riona Doherty and Amy Tmoney.

Doherty won the 100m and also took the hurdles title while her club mate Cara Laverty won both the 800m and 1500m golds.

Dean Leeper landed personal bests to take the javelin and discus titles and also medaled in the shot.

Timoney was a high jump winner with Andrew Jansen claiming a shot put gold with Daniella Jansen silver in the 200m and Lauren Callaghan taking bronze in the under-20 100m.

Emily Kelly of Finn Valley held off Letterkenny AC’s Katie Elliot to win the under-14 75m hurdles final. Their placings were reversed in the under-14 high jump, with Elliot leaving with gold and Kelly claiming silver.

Jamie McGinley (Lifford-Strabane AC) won the under-14 javelin, reaching out to 19.41m while Katie Louise McMonagle (Finn Valley) was second.

Cara Wilkinson of Finn Valley was the silver medalist high jump, while Stephen Slevin won the high jump with a new personal best.

 

 

 

 



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