Training/Fixtures etc

Bandon A.C. is affiliated to Athletics Ireland, members compete at all levels in Track&Field, Cross Country and road. Click here for Child Safeguarding Statement
Training: Mon and Wed night. 7pm-9pm. No training on Bank Holidays. There is a charge of €2 per night for training. You need to be a fully paid up member to attend training. C.I.T Track is also used for training.
Membership Update: Any new members wishing to join please fill in this online form.

Renewal for existing members only : Membership renewal for 2023

Check out this page for updates on Track Development.

West Cork Road Races

West Cork Road Races on Sunday 2nd April

Next West Cork Athletics event is the West Cork Road Races on Sunday 2nd April

Droumleena Lawn (Show grounds) Dunmanway, 11oclock.
This is open to all registered members of West Cork Athletic clubs

Under 9: 500m

Under 11: 1000m

Under 13: Girls 1200m, Boys 1500m

Under 15: Girls 1500m, Boys 2000m

Under 17: Girls 2000m, Boys 3000m

Junior/u20 : 3,000m
1st race of the day will be girls u9 then boys u9, then u11 etc
All athletes have to be registered with clubs in West Cork Division.
Singlets or club t-shirts with club name and colour is required.
Cost to compete: €2, Pay on the day, no need to pre-enter.

Medals for all finishers.

Munster Juvenile Indoor Championships 2023


Cara Daly competed in the 60m to finish 2nd in her heat, 2nd in the semi-final and finished a closed 4th in the final.


John Feheney, Olan Shannon and Sean Nyhan all competed in the 60m. Olan and Sean were 4th and 6th in the same Semi Final and John finished 2nd in the semi-final and 8th in the final. Sean also competed in the 600m finishing 16th overall out of 32 competitors.

In the girls U13 Adora Nnaemeka continued last years success to fly through the heat and Semi- Finals of the 60m to take the gold in the final 🥇. Lily Clover, Aibhe Gray & Julie O’Keeffe also competed in the 60m. Lily & Aibhe progressed to the semi-finals to finish 4th and 8th respectively. Julie finished 7th in her heat.

Saoirse Walsh and Julie O’Keeffe competed in the 600m finished 3rd and 6th in their heats. In the 60mh & Long Jump there were four Bandon AC competitors Aoife Harte, Isla Wilson, Kara Casey & Nessa Shannon. Aoife & Isla progressed to the semi-finals in the 60mh. Isla finished 8th in the long jump with Aoife in 12th, Kara in 30th and Nessa in 32nd. Lily Clover competed in the Shot put to finish 2nd with a throw of 9.68m. 🥈


Leila Cummins competed in the 60m finishing 4th in a very close semi-final to finish 9th overall.


Max Clover competed strongly over the weekend taking home 3 individual medals silver in the 60mh, gold in the High jump with a jump of 1.65m and bronze in the shot put. 🥇🥉🥈Caoimhe O’Regan competed in the 800m finishing 10th out of 28 competitors.


Lennart Lindenfeld & Eoin Sexton competed in both the 60m and 200m. Lennart finished 5th in his heat of the 60m while Eoin finished 3rd just missing out on places in the semi-final. Lennart and Eoin both finished 3rd in the heats of the 200m. Ruby Cummins claimed gold in the high jump and sliver in both the 60mh in a tight finish and long jump with a jump of 5.23m.🥇🥈🥈


Eoin O’Callaghan finished 2nd in the 60mh and 2nd in the pole vault. 🥈🥈Aoife Callan claimed gold in the long jump with a jump of 5.06m. 🥇Tzita Kingston also competed in the long jump finishing 4th and also competed 200m finishing 2nd in her heat. Eoin competed in the high Jump which ended up being a jump off between 3 athletes for the gold medal. Eoin cleared 1.72m to claim the gold 🥇Aoife Callan finished 2nd in both the Triple Jump and Shot Put 🥈🥈 on day 3 while Tzita Kingston also competing in the Triple Jump finished 4th.


Vicky Good competed in the 60m to finish 5th and 2nd in 200m.

In the relays there was success for the GU13 A team finishing 2nd team of Adaora Nnaemeka, Lily Clover, Aoife Harte & Isla Wilson 🥈

The boys U13, Girls U13 B and Girls U14 relay teams also ran very well but finished outside the medals.


Catherine Duggan Memorial Sports – Aug 14th

Once again the club will be host the Catherine Duggan Memorial Sports in the Town Park in Bandon.

This year its on Sunday the 14th Auguest, its a 10am start for juvenile events with Junior and Senior events starting at 1pm.

Among the program will be some prestigious races:

  • Women’s 800m for the Catherine Duggan Memorial Trophy
  • Men’s Mile for the Bob Hayles Memorial Trophy
  • Open 5k for the Donough Coughlan Memorial Cup (Open to men and women)

No pre-entry required, just turn up on the day.

Order of events are available at OrderOfEvents_CatherineDugganSports_2022



Thanks to Weldon O’Brien Ltd! Our Platinum Sponsor!

A huge thanks to Weldon O’Brien Ltd., who have come on board as our first Platinum Sponsor, sponsoring a very generous €5,000 for the Bandon AC Track Development.

Weldon O’Brien Ltd., is a firm of patent attorneys based in Bandon, Cork. Their business involves working with technology company clients, to secure IP protection for their new products. Contact

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Michael Weldon who has been hugely influential and given a tremendous amount of time chairing the Track Development Committee for a number of years, leading to the site purchase and grant of planning permission for the track. Michael continues to give very generously of his time to steer the development today, progressing now to the completion of the entrance and fencing, which can be seen in the background of the photo. Bandon AC are hugely appreciative of Michael’s time, dedication and this most generous donation to the Track Development.

Thank you Michael, Sinead and Weldon O’Brien Ltd.

Catch up with Weldon O’Brien at LinkedIn


Looking forward to a great 2022!

As 2021 draws to a close we wish all our members and families a very happy New Year for 2022!
It’s been a historic year for the club, with four Jnr athletes Fionn Harrington, Lauren McCourt, Nicola Tuthill and Diarmuid O’connor competing at the European Jnr Championships in July. Two of whom have accepted university places in the US. Phil Healy became the first Irish Athele to compete in 3 events at an OLYMPICS, one event of which, Phil was part of the Mixed 4×4 relay which made the Final.
Closer to home, we broke ground on our new site in December and are looking forward to following that progress in the new year.
At the recent AGM outgoing Chairman Patrick McSweeney acknowledged the incredible success during the year and the hard work which is ongoing behind the scenes on the track development. He thanked everyone for the support he has received over the years. Outgoing vice Chairman Adrian O’Flynn was nominated by Patrick McSweeney for the position of Chairman and Adrian was elected unopposed.
We cannot forgot the loss the club felt during the year with the passing of Billy Good. Billy had a big part to play in the purchase of the Track site. We also would like to remember Catherine Duggan who also played a massive role in the Club. Catherine had a long term dream for the club to have our own home to call ours.
Here’s to hoping 2022 will bring lots of happiness and plenty more success for the Club!! 🎉🎆🎊