The annual Louth athletics award night took place in the West Court Hotel in Drogheda on Friday night last.
Glenmore AC had the following 11 nominees
In the track and field section, girls and boys respectively
U9-U11: Chloe Mc Carragher & William Quinn
U12-U14: Katelyn Quinn & James Mc Ardle
U15-U16: Hannah Stewart & Tadhg Leahy
U17-U19: Annie Mc Guinness & Adam Mc Quillan
And in Cross Country
U9-U11: Lucy White & James Sharkey
U12-U14: Anna Mc Ardle & James Mc Ardle
U15-U19: Hannah Stewart & Aaron Mc Guigan
The following were the National Medal Winners
Anna Mc Ardle, Katelyn Quinn, Niamh Rice, Annie Mc Guinness & Aaron Mc Guigan
Anna Mc Ardle 2nd, Annie Mc Guinness 7th & Aaron Mc Guigan 11th in Juvenile Development Cross Country Championships. Niamh Rice 2nd in Long Jump and Katelyn Quinn 2nd in High Jump in Juvenile Development T&F Championships.
All of whom received certificates for their achievements and Hannah Stewart going one step further on the double winning both her sections.
The club are very proud of these athletes who have shown true determination in training to reach this standard. It was more good news when parents, grandparents and mentors from the club with the athletes were delighted to hear that the club also took club of the year in the under 14 to under19, in the track and field section.
A great night was enjoyed by all.
Club training continues every Tuesday (Fun on the run night for the younger members) and Tuesday and Thursday for competing athletes all at 7 to 8pm. The fit 4 Life group are Monday/Wednesday 7 to 8pm with new members always welcome.
Good luck to our club members who are representing Louth in the even ages and intermediate which will be held at DKIT on Sunday next 23rd November.