Bandon A.C. is affiliated to Athletics Ireland, members compete at all levels in Track & Field, Cross Country and road.
Training: Mon and Wed night. 7pm-8pm for younger ages and 7.30-9pm for older ages or as per coaches. 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.
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Membership Update:Any new members looking to join please fill in this online form.
Fit4Life:Please contact the FIT4LIFE Club Mobile Phone at 087-4340860
Next committee meeting: 3rd Jul at 9pm in Munster Arms
The Bandon AC Summer Camp will be held this year 9th to the 12th July. (Mon – Thurs)
Usual venue of Bandon Grammar School, which provides indoor options if the event of bad weather.
Form is available below. Please see coaches or committee members for any further info.
Places are only reserved on completion of the form and payment of the correct monies.
Camp is open to members and non-members.
Results from Munster Track and Field Championships held in Waterford last weekend (under 14 – under 19) as follows;
Under 15; Jack Cullen received gold for both javelin and triple jump. He placed 2nd in 250m hurdles.
Max Hallahan secured gold in javelin.
Ruairi Harrington placed 3rd for bronze in javelin.
Jane Buckley ran in the 800m and placed in third position for bronze.
Nicola Tuthill placed first for gold in Hammer throw.
Entering the javelin and the hammer throw competition’s, Niamh Sugrue received gold and bronze respectively.
Lauren McCourt placed 1st in 100m dash and 200m dash . Lauren placed 2nd in 400m also.
Tristan Chambers placed 2nd in high jump and 300m hurdles. In the 100m hurdles he secured third place for bronze.
Dylan Chambers placed in third position for bronze in the javelin.
Diarmuid O’Connor received gold in 300m hurdles, silver in 100m hurdles and bronze in shot.
Athlete Thomas Gale was third for bronze in 400m race.
In the under 19 category, long distance runner, Naoise O’Flaitheartaigh medalled the bronze in the 1500m race.
Under 17 girls and boys both placed third for bronze in their
4 x 100m relays. Under 18 boys medalled the silver in their relay.
Many thanks to the coaches and parents who traveled to Waterford.
Also the athletes who competed proudly for Bandon Athletic Club, thank you.
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West Cork athletic summer league on Wednesday 20th June 7pm at Town Park, Bandon (directions are here)
U10 60m 500m Turbojavelin Relays
U12 60m 600m Shot Relays
U14 80m 800m Long Jump Relays
U16 100m 800m Long Jump Relays
No pre-entry required
All athletes and spectators pay €3 at the gate.
Phil Healy has achieved another double pb in Geneva. Phil ran in the 200m in a time of 23.17 seconds. She finished strongly in the 400m with a time of 53.19 seconds. Phil’s times in both these races were European qualifying times. Congratulations to her and her coach.
In the Munster Senior/Masters championship, held in Castleisland Bandon AC had more success.
Senior Women; Laura McSweeney medalled gold in shot putt, silver in discus and weight for distance.
Roisin Howard medalled silver in shot putt, bronze in discus and bronze in Javelin
Master men; Cosmos de Burca received gold for hammer, javelin, shot putt, discus. Cosmos placed 3rd in 100m race.
Frank Stam placed 2nd in javelin, shot putt, discus. Frank placed 3rd in weight for distance.
Meanwhile our Juvenile athletes (under 9 to under 13) went to Ennis for the Munster Track and Field Championships.
Under 11; Lewis Lenihan won gold in turbo javelin with Andrew Lane in 2nd place for silver.
Under 12; Eoin O’Callaghan secured gold in turbo javelin and silver in the shot putt. Cormac O’Flynn placed third in turbo javelin.
Aoife Callan was 2nd in turbo javelin and 3rd in shot putt. Leah Crean medalled gold in the long jump.
Under 13; Aoife Tuthill placed 3rd in turbo javelin and Des Kenneally medalled silver in the 600m race.
Thanks to the dedicated coaches, parents and athletes themselves. Well done to everyone who competed, representing our club
Evelyn O Reilly PRO
Catherine’s 1st anniversary Mass will take place at 6 pm on Saturday the 16th of June she will also be prayed for at morning Mass on the 12th of June.
The anniversary notice appears in the Irish Examiner today the 9th of June.
County Juvenile Multi Events and Seniors/Masters Track and Field Championship results from C.I.T. Which were held on May 20th last.
In the Juvenile competition, Aoife Callan placed first in girls under 12.
Eoin O Callaghan placed third overall in boys under 12. Eabha Crowley and Jack Cullen both secured gold in the girls and boys under 15 category.
Women over 40; Pauline Callan received gold medals for placing first in shot putt, 100m race, 800m race and 1500m race.
Men over 35; Cosmos de Burca placed first in hammer, javelin, discus, Weight for Distance and 100m race. He also seconded in long jump and shot putt.
Men over 55; Frank Stam placed first in discus, shot putt, high jump, javelin and weight for distance. He placed second in long jump.
Men over 45; Emmet Callan won bronze in 800m race.
Senior Men; Thomas Gale placed third in 100m.
Diarmuid O Connor finished second in the National Decathlon on May 27th . Congratulations to him and his Coach Frank Stam.
Updated version now available. Closing date for entries has passed, this is just for reference only.
Final version County B’s entries
Results from Day 2 at CIT in the County Juvenile Championships. by Evelyn OReilly, Bandon AC PRO
Under 9; Sive Coughlan second in long jump, Aisling Guinane placed third in 300m.
Under 11; Ruby Cummins secured gold in long jump, Andrew Lane placed second for silver in the shot putt and Jaden Wilmot secured bronze in 600m.
Under 12; Aoife Callan won gold in turbo javelin and Molly O’Donovan placed third for bronze in the 60m sprint. Eoin O’Callaghan won gold in the turbo javelin and placed third for bronze medal in shot putt.
Cormac O’Flynn placed in third and medalled bronze in the turbo javelin.
Under 13; Maia Mc Court secured bronze for third place in long jump, Aoife Tuthill secured gold in the turbo javelin. Coen Crowley received silver for second place in shot putt.
Under 14; Fionn Merritt placed second in 80m sprint to receive silver .
Under 15; athlete Jack Cullen won five medals on day 2. He has to be congratulated for this outstanding accomplishment . Jack placed first in discus and hurdles, second in 200m sprint and shot putt, third in high jump.
Eabha Crowley won two silver medals for placing second in both the long jump and hurdles. Niamh O’Donovan placed third for bronze in the long jump.
Under 16; Niamh Sugrue placed first for gold in the javelin and medalled silver for second place in hammer. Stacey Komolafe secured gold in the 200m race, Erin de Burca placed third for bronze in the 200m race, Jane Buckley won gold in the 800m race, Nicola Tuthill secured the gold in the hammer, Max Hallihan placed first for gold in the discus, Ruairi Harrington placed in third position for bronze in the discus, Ruairi Falvey received gold for his 800m race.
Olivia Tuthill placed third for bronze in 800m race.
Under 17; Peter Ronan placed third for bronze in the 800m race.
Under 18; Ella Stack medalled gold for first place in the high jump.
Under 19; Gerald O’Donovan placed third for bronze in the 200m sprint.
Well done to everyone who competed, medalled and achieved their personal bests.Huge thanks to the coaches who encouraged every competitor, and the parents for their support.
Results from Day 1 held in CIT on 6th May last.
Under 9; Ann O’Leary received bronze in 60m sprint. Isobel Lane was first for gold in turbo javelin. Leila Cummins medalled silver in turbo javelin.
Under 10; Ben Flynn was first in 500m race, Christopher Woodland won silver in long jump.
Under 11; Evelyn McCarthy placed third in the shot putt and Clodagh Barry placed second in the turbo javelin.
Lewis Lenihan secured gold in turbo javelin, Andrew Lane placed third in the turbo javelin.
Under 12; Molly O’Donovan won gold for first place in shot putt and hurdles. Leah Crean placed third for bronze in long jump. Aoife Callan medalled gold in long jump and silver in shot putt.
Under 12; Eoin O’Callaghan won bronze in hurdles. In the 600m race, Adam Sexton placed second for silver.
Under 13; Laura Sheehy placed third in shot putt. Des Kenneally was second in 600m race.
Under 15; Niamh O’Donovan won gold in shot putt, Eabha Crowley medalled silver in high jump and bronze in 250 m hurdles. Jack Cullen secured gold in javelin, hammer and 250m hurdles, also winning silver in long jump.
Callum McCourt placed second for silver in 1500m race.
Under 16; Ruairi Falvey placed third for bronze in 1500m race, Max Hallihan won silver in javelin, Ruairi Harrington placed third for bronze in javelin, Ciarán McCarthy came second in hammer.
Under 17; Erin de Burca medalled the silver in 100m sprint and Lauren McCourt secured silver in the 300m hurdles.
Gavin Kenny was first in his 1500m race. Fionn Harrington was second in 1500m race. Dylan Chambers won gold in javelin. Diarmuid O’Connor placed second in javelin. Tristan Chambers was third in long jump.
Under 18; Ella Stack placed first in shot putt.
Gerald O’Donovan placed third in his 100m race.
Naoise O’Flaitheartaigh medalled gold in his 1500m race.
According to medal count, total won was 40 which is truly fantastic! Well done to all who competed.