Derval O’Rourke was thrilled with her 8.18 wining time in the 60m hurdles. After a month of rest due to injury she did her first hurdles session last Tuesday and went into today’s race in a nervous state. Her immediate reaction after the race was ‘I’m so relieved to have that out of the way’. She heads to Doha quietly confident of putting in a medal winning performance.
Ailis McSweeney finished second 60m final is a close fought sprint.
|Men’s 200m B Final||Cathal Owens||2nd||23.03|
|Men’s 400 B Final||Patrick Maher||3rd||49.47|
|Men’s Long Jump||David Quilligan||4th||6.91m|
|Women’s 60m Hurdles||Derval O’Rourke||1st||8.18|
|Women’s 60m Hurdles||Katey Byrd||6th||9.36|
|Women’s 60 Sprint||Ailis McSweeney||2nd||7.49|
|Women’s 200m B Final||Sophie Heinsch||2nd||26.12|