Please note as follows:
- No Club training on Thursday 23rd February
- Club training as normal on Sunday 26th February @ 10.30 am in Carysfort Park
Please note as follows:
The Leinster Schools XC took place in Santry yesterday with a good representation from the Club.
Sarah Healy (Holy Child Killiney) led the way with a commanding performance in the Inter girls 3500m, taking yet another Leinster title in tricky underfoot conditions. Well done to Sarah. Lara Gilespie (Wesley College) was 17th in this race and was part of the Wesley team that took the team title. Julie Ringrose (Mount Anville) also ran well in this race. In the Minor Girls, Lucy Schwer (Holy Child Killiney) had a strong run as did Sarah Flaherty/ Aoife Linnane (both St Andrews) in the Junior girls race. Grace Manning (Holy Child Killiney) had a good run in the girls senior race. In the boys, Oisin Kelly (Newpark) had a fine run, finishing 4th in the Inter boys whilst Evan Walshe (St Benildus) had a strong run in the Junior boys.
Congratulations to all the athletes. Top 15 individual and top 3 teams go forward to National Schools in Mallusk on March 11th.
It was an action packed weekend as the Dublin Indoors took centre stage at the National Sports Arena in Abbotstown. A special thanks to the Dublin County Athletics Board, all the parents, coaches and especially the athletes who represented the club on many fronts. Congratulations to the following athletes and relay teams on Dublin titles: Bobbi Gilespie (U14 Walk), Evan Walshe (U16 Walk), Ellen Cheung (U16 800m), Robyn O’Brien (U18 200m), Girls & Boys U12 relay squad and Boys U13 relay squad. The Top 4’s in each event from U12’s and older now qualify through to represent the club at the National Indoor Championships in AIT in late March. The reports are all included below: Read more
It is with great sadness that we acknowledge the passing of Taylor Good, may he rest in peace. Taylor was involved with Blackrock A.C. for more than fifty years as a former Athlete, Juvenile Coach & Committee Member. Our heartfelt thoughts go out to Taylor’s family in this time of sorrow.
Notice from RIP.ie below: Read more
Due to the Dublin Indoor Juvenile championships, there will be no training on Sunday morning.
Good luck to all those athletes competing over the three days, starting this evening with the relays.
Congratulations to 16-year-old Blackrock Athlete Amy Rose Farrell who won the Women’s 3000m in 9:35.07 – a New Irish Youth Record and a European U20 Qualifying Standard for later this year in Italy. Amy was running in the Irish Life Health AAI Games in the National Indoor Arena in Abbotstown yesterday. Congratulations from everyone @Blackrock_AC