Rosses AC senior men’s team perform superbly at Cross Country championships

first_imgRosses ACLast Sunday saw action in the Donegal juvenile cross country relays in Ballybofey where the club had a strong showing with 7 teams taking part. Action began with u-10 boys who came home 7th team, then the u-12 girls who battled hard in a very competitive race. Under 10 boys showed promise as a team with Kyle Bonner, Mikey Gillespie, Hugh Boyle and Michael O’Donnell running well. Under 12 girls ran well as a team with Claire Diver, Isabella Sweeney, Yuelita Boyle and Eimear McCole. We had 2 teams in the u-14 girls with one team 5th and the other team 9th. The u-16 girls team came home 4th while the 2 teams in the u-16 boys did great with one of the teams who were made up of Jack Walsh, Donal Walsh, Aidan Mc Cole & Joe Sharkey won bronze medals with the run of the day went to the birthday boy Aidan Mc Cole on the third leg of the team to setup a very exciting finish by Joe who, on the closing straight, just snatched the 3rd place medal from LK AC!The senior race followed impressive displays by the underage teams and the Senior men did not fail to disappoint with a number of impressive performances and coming home 4th team where it was 6 to score. Ciaran McGonagle lead home the team in 11th followed by Noel Diver, Kevin McGee, Edward Harkin, Eamonn McGee and Fergal McGee. It was a good showing by the team with a number races over the last few weekends!! On Saturday Leah Nic Ghairbhigh agus Joe o Searcaigh, students in Pobalscoil Ghaoth Dobhair, took part in the All Ireland schools multi events competition in Athlone. Joe finished 11th and Leah finished 12th which were great results for both against really good competition. Well done to both and thanks to parents who travelled to support.Want to be part of something? Consider joining and being part of a running/jogging group. Want to set new goals/targets for 2017? Want to improve your lifestyle, wellbeing or fitness? Want to jog 5k in 2017? Want to do your 5k, 10k faster than 2016? Adventures races, half marathons or even a marathon in 2017? This is for you. This is open to anybody and all levels. Come along on Tuesdays or Thursdays at 7pm where we have a number of new groups starting – come along !!! Nothing to lose!!! No cost!! Friendly atmosphere (most of the time..smile emoticon:)) !!! Guaranteed to feel better!!! So what’s stopping you – come along and join in, try it out….. Not sure this is for you? Then ask some questions and make sure you have got all the information – ask one of the current running group or private message Rosses AC. Meet outside Euroflex on the Estate in Gweedore at 7pmCross country training also continues for teens & adults on Sundays in Carrickfin at 10am.  Rosses AC senior men’s team perform superbly at Cross Country championships was last modified: November 15th, 2016 by Mark ForkerShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:ROSSES ACSeniorSportteamlast_img read more