Louth Championship Novice and uneven juvenile cross country 2016

Glenmore AC lined out at Bush on Sunday for the Louth Championship Novice and uneven juvenile age event.
First up were the ladies novice team of Fiona McQuaid, Kinga Byrne, Joan Farnon and Edel Connolly who took 2nd in the ladies intermediate category. Next up were the men with Ciaran Walsh, Martin Toner, Paddy White, Gavin White, Shane Arnold, Lee Nichols, Lloyd Byrne and Paul Fanning all running in a tough 8K race.

U9 girls stormed home with Jessica White taking the silver medal followed by Emma Mc Carragher, Katie Mc Donald, Grace Keenan, Leah Dunne, Ella Connolly, Aine Reilly, Ruby Steeples, Aoife Keenan, Niamh Arnold and Saoirse Byrne sprinting to the finish. Craig Touhy led the Boys U9 home in 3rd place followed by Elliot Nichols, Joe Holland, Christopher Conlon and Eoin Mc Coy. U11 girls earned bronze team medal with Lucy White 3rd, Anna Dawson, Orlaith Daly, Ava Ashby followed by Glenmore athletes Mia Ashby, Sarah Mallon and Sarah Murphy. Fionn Reilly led the boys U11 home in 3rd position followed by Shane Gallagher, Cormac Mc Coy and Aaron Hanratty. U13 girls Laoise Mc Elroy, Ava Brady and Emily Touhy ran a brave 2500M as did Sean O’Kane and Conor Mc Guinness in the boys event. Katie Conlon finished 3rd in the girls U15 3500M followed by team mate Anna Mc Ardle. The U15 boys took gold team position with Niall Brady, Ciaran Flynn and Eoin Mc Cann completing the line up. Katie Mallon finished 3rd in the girls U17 4000M with Sinead Mc Erlane and Hannah Stewart taking 1st and 2nd respectively in the U19 4000M.
Well done to all our athletes and supporters.