Even age cross country

October 7th Killarney Demesne. Kenmare had a great turn out for the first event in defence of the Juvenile Cross Country Championship title. The U10 Girls 1000m won third team prize – Eve-Roberts-White, Amy Harrington, Gemma O’Brien, Siobhan Murphy, Ava de Faoite, Ciara O’Sullivan and Lucy Daly. Eve-Roberts-White led the team home finishing fourth over-all. In the U10 Boys 1000m race, Mark Torpey was third and led his team home to win first team-prize with Liam Palmer, Darragh Murphy, Corey Murphy and Caleb Brosnan. In the U12 Girls 2000m race, Kate Murphy won the race a year out of age, Katelyn Moriarty was fourth, Rhona Randles fifth and Lauren Tanner was sixth all winning individual medals and the first team prize. Alice O’Connor, Cara Daly, Elinor Dennison, Katie Palmer, Caoimhe Daly, Louise Foley, and Muirean de Faoite won second team prize in the U12 Girls race. In the U12 Boys 2000m race, Conor O’Brien won the race, Ciaran O’Sullivan was fourth, and they won first team-prize with Michael O’Sullivan, Timmy O’Sullivan, Cian O’Sullivan and Kieran Harrington. In the U14 Boys 3000m race, Cormac O’Sullivan was sixth, David Murphy was seventh and Eamon Harrington completed the team. They were short one person to make up a team so just missed out on first team prize. In the U16 Girls 4000m race, Laura Hallissey won the race, Mikaela Mulcahy was third, Stephanie Burns was fourth and Aicha van Daele was fifth and won the first team prize. Well done to all. The next outing will be on October 14th in Kenmare.