Glenfin and St Johnstone Boys Top for Valley

Top of the list two outstanding 13 year old lads James Kelly who real really nailed his title a new impressive age group shot  performance at 14-51 some 2 m better than the old mark and when you consder he was getting out beyond 15m in training it is a remarkable mark for the St Johnstone schoolboy whose brother John has been consistently winning and improving in recent years .

AAron Mc Glynn from Glenfin is consistent has won his respective nationals in recent years but the manner in which he simply changed gears to head for home and gold in the 600m  was noteworthy . He had 3 secs to spare and this victory dosent come without dedicated training and attention to detail . 
Silver for Shaun Woods in the 400m in a new indoor pb 51.75 behind a good Waterford lad KIely . Aine Kerr who began her athletics with St Bridgets N s ,Convoy had a thrilling performance in long jump for silver and Jack Gillespie a relative newcomer from Gleneely N S got up for a deserved bronze 600m in his age bracket . 
Sunday saw Kieran Brady over 1.50 Tooban N S in bronze high but that was the winning height also of winner . So near yet an improvement for a pb 

Top 6 indeeed top 4 positions for Janine Boyle in long and 60m she will turn this round in the months ahead also 4th for Jack mc Geehin in high and younger brother Alex top 6 in his high at 1.25 . Naoimh Mc Granaghan a pb and Jade Leeper also a pb 5th in shot . 

A varied list of engagement in different events has to be encouraging and missing still hurdles and walks disciplines we need to add to the choice in a meaningful way 

Parents and coachs deserve a huge shout for ensuring all children turned out and we now look forward to weekend 2 again back in Nenagh this weekend thus ends indoor athletics for 2012. 

Congrats to Brendan Boyce ,Milford , a member of Lac who posted yet another A olympic Q time in 50k in Slovakia . Also an Ulster/ Donegal  record at 3.57.53

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