The Irish Life Health National Juveniles were held in Tullamore, Offaly last weekend. Results from Day 1 and 2 as follows; under 13 Aoife Tuthill placed 8 th in javelin.
Under 15; Jack Cullen placed first for gold in javelin.
Under 16; Nicola Tuthill won gold in the hammer and finished 4 th in 3000m race.
Under 17; Lauren Mc Court placed 2nd for silver in 400m sprint, and placed 7 th in 100m final.
Gavin Kenny was 1st in 2000m steeplechase receiving gold.
Fionn Harrington was 3rd in 2000m steeplechase to receive bronze.
Tristan Chambers was 6 th in 100m hurdles and 8 th in high jump.
Dylan Chambers was 8 th in triple jump and 5 th in javelin.
Under 19; Naoise O’Flaitheartaigh placed 7 th in the 3000m final.
Laura Nicholson was 1st place for gold in the 3000m race.
Phil Healy has set a new 200m Irish National record at Cork City Sports- International Athletics. Phil placed 3rd in the race in a time of 22.99 seconds, making her the first Irish Woman to run a sub-23 second 200m. She also competed in the 100m sprint, finishing 2nd with a time of 11.30 seconds.
Evelyn O’Reilly PRO