2022 Leinster Track & Field Day2
Well if we thought yesterdays haul of 17 medals including 6 gold was good at the Leinster Juvenile Track & Field championships, Gowran AC athletes went and topped that by winning 19 medals on day 2, including 5 more gold medals 🥇🥇🥇🥇🥇, and with that 19 more All-Ireland qualifications. This puts Gowran close to the top in the running for overall best club performance in Leinster (Mick Quinn Cup – U12-15), so we eagerly wait to see how we finished on the league table.
James Kelsey had a double gold in winning the U15 high jump and the Triple Jump, while Charlie Ryan picked up 3 medals to join Rachel Gardener and Noah Denieffe as triple championship medal winners.
U12 Girls Turbo Javelin – Heidi Ryan 2nd.
U12 Boys Turbo Javelin – Milo Geraghty 2nd.
U14 Boys Discus – Odhran Prendergast 1st.
U14 Boys High Jump – Tómas Carroll 2nd.
U14 Boys High Jump – Joe Hayes 2nd.
U15 Boys High Jump – James Kelsey 1st.
U15 Boys Discus – Angus Powell 1st.
U15 Boys Discus – Charlie Ryan 3rd.
U15 Boys Triple Jump – James Kelsey 1st.
U15 Boys Triple Jump – Noah Denieffe 2nd.
U15 Boys Triple Jump – Charlie Ryan 3rd.
U15 Boys Hammer – Noah Denieffe 2nd.
U15 Boys Hammer – Charlie Ryan 3rd.
U16 Girls Javelin – Hazel Coogan 3rd.
U16 Girls Shot Put – Rachel Gardener 2nd.
U16 Boys 200M – Darragh Dunne 3rd.
U17 Boys Shot Put – Andrew Cooper 1st.
U17 Boys Javelin – Christian Ross 3rd.
U18 Boys 800M – Cillian Dunne 3rd.
There were many other notable event performances from Kate Hayden 800M, Milo Geraghty in Long Jump, Aoibhlinn Steger in Long Jump and Shot Put, Tómas Carroll 800M and 75M hurdles (narrowly missed out on All-Ireland qualification by just 0.03 of a second, however Tómas has already qualified in High Jump).