Dundrum boys safe and secure nationwide title in Kilkenny

Eddie McDonagh

The roadway to Dundrum is once again paved with gold after the 2nd session of the National Juvenile Cross Nation Championships in Gowran, Carbon Monoxide Kilkenny.

A magnificent performance by Dundrum South Dublin (DSD) air conditioner’s U-17 Boys saw a 40-point margin in between them and the rest of the country for a thorough success.

DSD., were led house by Sean Quinn, the Dublin champion, sustained by Jamie Byrne, Andrew McGilton and Killian O’Brien.

It was a wedding day for the club’s U-11 Women that were disputing their first All-Ireland Championships.

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Find out more in this weeks Dublin Gazette out in shops now They were clustered behind the leading group of young professional athletes as well as fought to the finish line on a challenging program for 10-year-olds. They were awarded for their initiatives by grabbing silver medals in the group occasion. The U-15 Boys were a few factors except bronze in their 3,500 m race and this experience can be the driving force for their future in this

sporting activity. The club’s young professional athletes will certainly hope to adhere to in the steps of Hiko Tonosa; Paul O’Donnell, Emmet Jennings(Senior Guys)as well as Emma McEvoy(Junior Female)that will stand for Ireland in the European Cross Country Championships, in Abbotstown, on Sunday. 6 December 2021; Team Ireland athlete Darragh McElhinney at the Sporting Activity Ireland Campus in Dublin ahead of the SPAR European Cross Country Championships which happen at the venue on Sunday,
December 12th. To learn more on the Championship please visit www.fingal-dublin2021.ie. Photo by Sam Barnes/Sportsfile World No 1 Jacob Ingebrigtsen of Norway will be the big draw at the respected event. Dundrum South Dublin a/c’s U-17 Boys team won the National Cross Nation Championships in Kilkenny Click link to read more in this weeks Digital Version

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