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Two new Irish records at Nenagh today

The Woodie’s DIY AAI Games in Nenagh provided some valuable early season competition for athletes today.

Kelly Proper from Ferrybank got her season off to the best possible start when she won the long jump with a new Irish indoor record. She opened the competition with a ‘modest’ 6.06m before adding 1cm to her own Irish record when she jumped 6.20m in round 2. Round 3 produced 6.15m, followed by 6.02m. The best was to come in round 5 when she jumped 6.25m to round off a great competition for her.

Later in the afternoon she won the 60m with a time of 7.73.

The second record of the day came in the men’s triple jump when Niall Counihan from Dooneen smashed the Irish junior record with a jump of 14.30m to place him second in the competition behind Denis Finnegan from UCC who won with 14.39m. Leslie Leung held the record with 14.01m.

The men’s high jump was another to excite the attendance at Nenagh. Here Barry Pender from St. Abbans put a very respectable look on his PB when winning with a 2.11m clearance. His previous best indoors was 2.04m, while he has a best of 2.08m outdoors. His efforts to clear 2.14m were not a million miles off target and he will focus his immediate attentions on this height which is the qualifying standard for the World junior championships.

Joe Warne from Dohenys won a tactical 1,000m, while Kerry Harty from Newcastle was an impressive winner of the women’s 1k

Junior Brian Gregan from Tallaght, after an absence of over 18 months from competition due to injury, made a long awaited comeback to win the 400m with an impressive 48.58 clocking

Meanwhile, Michelle Carey set a new PB for 400m of 53.61 when finishing second in an outdoor meet in Sydney.

1 Tauro, Olivia New South Wales 53.31
2 Carey, Michelle Ireland 53.61
3 Greaves, Trisha New South Wales 53.95

Cross Country And Indoor Results

A big squad of Irish athletes competed over the World cross country course in Edinburgh yesterday with some excellent results overall.

BUPA Great Edinburgh International in Holyrood Park
U17 Girls
1 Ciara Mageean 00:15:03 Ulster
6 Shannon Ryan Dooneen 00:16:03 Ireland
16 Ellie Hartnett Greystones & D 00:16:35 Ireland
19 Mary Mulhare North Laois 00:16:49 Ireland
20 Niamh Kearney Greystones & D 00:16:54 Ireland
21 Catherine Mullan 00:16:54 Ulster
24 Joanne Mills 00:17:05 Ulster
26 Katie Kirk 00:17:18 Ulster
Celtic Nations
Scotland 18
Wales 19
Ireland 21
Ulster 24

U17 Boys
1 Shane Quinn Ferrybank 00:13:04 Ireland
9 Adam Ingram 00:13:52 Ulster
17 Tommy Casey North Sligo 00:14:09 Ireland
21 Christopher O’Brien Tipperary 00:14:24 Ireland
27 Ryan McDermott 00:14:39 Ulster
28 Liam Markham Ennis Track 00:14:43 Ireland
40 Conor McQuaid 00:15:26 Ulster
Celtic Nations
Scotland 10
Ireland 18
Wales 24
Ulster 26

Men 4k
7 Gary Murray Ireland 00:13:04
16 Brian Farrell Ireland 00:13:29

Women 6.7k
11 Fionnuala Britton IRE 00:21:13
27 Ciara Durkan 00:22:07 Ireland U23
30 Sara Louise Treacy Moynalvey AC 00:22:20 Ireland U20
31 Eimear Black 00:22:21 Ulster U20
32 Frances Nic Reamoin Clonliffe Harriers 00:22:24 Ireland U23
40 Lorraine McCarthy West Waterford AC 00:23:21 Ireland U20
41 Tekea Gebrezgi 00:23:24 Ireland U20
48 Patricia Barry 00:23:41 Ireland U20
56 Rebecca Woods 00:23:58 Ireland U23
62 Michelle English 00:24:10 Ulster U20
88 Sarah Magowan 00:25:49 Ulster U23
89 Susan Smith 00:26:01 Ulster U20
90 Rachael Gibson 00:26:11 Ulster U20
Celtic Nations
Ireland 9
Scotland 18
Wales 29

Ireland 10
Scotland 20
Ulster 27
Wales 31

Men 9.3k
24 Dan Mulhare Napier 00:32:00 Scot Univ
28 Richie Yates Metro St. Brigid’s 00:32:12 Ireland U23
30 Jason Fahy 00:32:31 Ireland U23
31 Michael Mulhare North Laois AC 00:32:36 Ireland U20
42 Craig Murphy 00:33:34 Ireland U20
51 Rory Chesser Emerald AC 00:35:34 Ireland U23
52 Paul Pollock 00:35:43 Ulster U23
55 Conor Flanagan Ulster U23
58 David Flynn Ireland U20
65 Patrick Hogan Ireland U20

Celtic Nations
Scotland 10
Ireland 11
Ulster 25

Scotland 12
Ireland 19
Wales 20

US Indoors

3,000m 1 Stephen Scullion McNeese St 8:32.70
Arkansas Invitational Univ.of Arkansas — Fayetteville, AR

1 mile 19 O’Brien, Eimear SO Western Kentucky 5:08.99
Univ. of Kentucky Invitational Lexington,KY

1 mile 9 Byrne, Richard DePaul 4:24.00 4:34.09
Purdue Invitational Lambert Fieldhouse Purdue University