Continued Success For Leevale Athletes At Day 3 Of AAI Juvenile T&F Chmapionships

The final day of the Irish Life Health National Juvenile Track and Field Championships took place in Tullamore on Sunday where Leevale athletes continued their fine form.

Harry Nevin set a championship best performance when winning the boy’s U15 250m hurdles in very impressive style in a time of 33.28s, adding to the sprint hurdles title he won the previous weekend. 

In the same age group Conor Callinan won the pole vault with a PB clearance of 3.10m.

There were also national titles for Aisling Cassidy in the girls U18 triple jump (10.93m), Hannah Murphy in girls U19 high jump (1.55m), Emily Wall in the girls U16 250m hurdles (36.86s) and Ryan O’Leary in the boys U18 200m (22.68s). 

 There was silver for Padraig O’Callaghan in the boys U19 hammer (52.49m) and bronze for Lucy Sleeman in the girls U15 200m (26.43s).  

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Leevale Results Table

Age Event Place Athlete Pref.  
Girls U15 200m 3 Lucy Sleeman 26.43s  
Boys U15 250m hurdles 1 Harry Nevin 33.28s CBP
Pole vault 1 Conor Callinan 3.10m  
Girls U16 250m hurdles 1 Emily Wall 36.86s  
Girls U18 Triple jump 1 Aisling Cassidy 10.93m  
Boys U18 200m 1 Ryan O’Leary 22.68s  
Girls U19 High jump 1 Hannah Murphy 1.55m  
Boys U19 Hammer 2 Padraig O’Callaghan 52.49m  

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  • Congratulations to all concerned yet again. As President of the Club it is most gratifying to see all these outstanding performances over a wide range of events from the boys and girls. They say success breeds success and so it is with The Club just now.