Day 2 Munster T & F Championships U9 to U13 Ennis on Sunday 9 June 2013 .
Limerick AC Athletes again feature in another day of high powered athletics in Ennis. The highlight of the day was a fantastic run by Rex Nyamakazi in the boys U9 60m sprint winning gold and blowing the field away in a time of 9.4sec.
We also had a super run from Dara Costelloe who made the semi-final of the U12 boys 60m sprint.
In the U10 Boys pairs we had a strong showing from Cillian Lynch and Zach O’Connor both having good performances in the 60m sprint and the 500m. We also had Ethan Ryan Wade and Emmet Halley competing in the 60m sprint and 600m. Well done boys getting out there and competing.
In the relay LAC had just one relay team today and the honour went to the courageous U12 Girls of Eva O’Connor, Rebecca Kiely, Makayla Ryan-Wade and Clodagh Prendeville who ran extremely well at the end of a very long and hot day. Well done girls for flying the flag for LAC.
Well done to all LAC athletes who competed over the two days.
A special mention about Nesta Nyamakazi who recently got injured but still attended today in the hope that he might have been able to compete, but it was not possible. Get well soon from all at LAC and we all look forward to seeing you back on the track stronger than ever in the near future.
As per last post Day 1 – Additional Results
A super result from day 1 was young Molly Quirke winning a silver medal in the U9 long jump with a jump of 3.20. Well done Molly.
Ella Hession finished a tremendous 4th in the U11 Girls 600m in a very competitive U11girls competition. Also in the pairs Ella with Grace Malone finished 5th in this highly competitive age group – Well done girls.
In the U10 Girls we had strong performances from Sorcha Jennings and Olivia Kiely in the 60m and long jump and Sorcha and Olivia teamed up with Ellen and Sarah in the relay team. Well done girls!
Sarah Hosey continues to show how talented she is by having a storming run in the 500m and finished 4th in the individual 500m.
Sarah Madden and Laoisa Philips finished in an excellent 7th place in the U9 Girls Pairs where there were over 20 teams competing .
Note for all Athletes – Next Main Event for LAC Juveniles
Munster Juvenile Development Games (Munster Bs) in Castleisland, Co Kerry on Sunday 14th July.
Finally, a special thanks goes to all the parents who made sure all the LAC athletes were well supported and for those who helped in any way during a very hot two days of great athletics in Ennis.