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Huge turnout for Primary Schools Cross-Country


From Munster-Express.ie There was a huge turnout for the Waterford Primary Schools Cross Country Sports at the Clover Centre in Ferrybank promoted by Ferrybank AC. Holy Cross Tramore were the Best Overall School.

The Best Boys School was Mount Sion for the first time and St.John of God won the Best Girls School and Passage N.S. won the Best Small School.


Girls 1st Class

1. Zoe Kiely Dunhill

2. Abby Flynn Ursuline

3. Shilenne Giles Holy Cross

2nd Class

1. Lucy Kirby Ursuline

2. Lauren Regan Ursuline

3. Abby Dunphy Gael Scoil

Trá Mhór

3rd Class

1. Juliet Tosini John of God

2. Niamh Purcell Holy Cross

3. Molly Hutchinson Ursuline

4th Class

1. Ann Corcoran Passage

2. Denise O’Connor Holy Cross

3. Katie Kirby John of God

5th Class

1. Imogen Walsh Newtown

2. Roisín Finnegan Holy Cross

3. Sinéad O’Keeffe Ursuline

6th Class

1. Niamh Frawley Light of Christ


2. Órla Queally Dunhill

3. Aisling Quinn Ursuline

Boys 1st Class

1. Jack Keoghan Holy Cross

2. Kevin Murphy Holy Cross

3. Cian O’Neill Holy Cross

2nd Class

1. Donnagh O’Connor Holy Cross

2. Jamie Stone Holy Cross

3. Adam Murphy Holy Cross

3rd Class

1. James Connolly Holy Cross

2. Martin Stafford Passage

3. Cian Flanagan Holy Cross

4th Class

1. Tadhgh Brennan St.Declan’s

2. Cormac McCann St.Declan’s

3. Oisín Queally Dublin

5th Class

1. Dylan Kearns Gael Scoil


2. Eoin Browne Ballyduff NS

3. Michael Daly St.Declan’s

6th Class

1. Adam Duffin Passage NS

2. Niall Murphy Dunhill NS

3. Gearóid Hanratty Dunhill NS

County Cross-Country

Coming up on the first two Sundays in October – venues will be decided at the County AGM this week. Even ages on first Sunday.

Munster Schools Combined Events

The Munster Secondary Schools Combined Events took place on
Wednesday September 17th at the RSC in the city and Waterford athletes were among the medals.

Megan Kiely Ursuline Convent won
the Junior title with a total of 2754pts. In the same event Imogen Frawley Mercy convent was fourth.

Keith Smyth, Comeragh College won the Intermediate title with 3286pts. In the Senior section Liam Sheehan of Dungarvan CBS was second and Craig Shead his team mate was third. Lisa Houlihan St.Augustines was 4th in the Intermediate section.

All Irelands

Next Saturday the All Ireland Schools Combined Events will be decided in Santry Stadium Dublin with most of the above athletes competing.

Kilmacow on Sunday

Next Sunday the Annual Kilmacow Open Cross country fixture is at the Sports Centre in Kilmacow with a 1pm start. There will be races for boys and girls under-8,9,10, 12,14,16,18, Junior Men & Women, Senior men & women and Vets.

The Fintan O’Sullivan Shield will be awarded to the Best Overall Juvenile Club – contact 051-885684 after 7pm.