Sports results

A great day of athletic last Sunday with a good crowd in attendance including Olympic medalist and World Champion Rob Heffernan who paid tribute to Catherine Duggan and posed for lots of photos with fans. Also in attendance was Phil Healy who is the current Irish record holder of the 100m and 200m, Phil presented prizes and posed for lots of photos with fans and club members

Well done to Rachel O’Shea of West Muskerry AC who won the 800m at our sports last Sunday and became the first winner of the Catherine Duggan Memorial Trophy.
Rachel is no stranger to winning in Bandon, having won a number of West Cork titles in Bandon over the years.
Bandon AC would like to thank the Duggan family for donating this trophy and for Ronan Duggan for making the presentation on the day.

Well done to Naoise O’Flaitheartaigh who won the Men’s Mile at the sports last Sunday and became the first winner of the Bob Hales Memorial Trophy.
Bandon Athletic club would like to thank the Hales family for donating this trophy and for Sean Hales and his son Sean junior for making the presentation on the day.

The Patton Trophy for the Best Overall Senior/Junior athlete at the sports resulted in a tie between 3 athletes, so they will each get to hold the trophy for 4 months.
Laura McSweeney and Emmet Callan from Bandon AC and Brian Lynch from Old Abbey AC.
Well done to Laura, Emmet and Brian.
The O’Donoghue Trophy for the Best Overall Junior/Senior club at the sports was won by Bandon AC, well done to everyone who contributed to this success.
Lots of more photos on club Facebook page
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