For all those heading to the club AGM on wed night (Les Jones room at track at 7pm), there will be a selection of kit available for sale, including the new hoodies, so if you need or would like anything, don’t forget your wallet!
Our club AGM will be held this Wednesday 27th November at 7pm in Les Jones room at Athletics House (up at the track!)
Please make an effort to come along to this meeting where we discuss important matters of club business, hear coaches’ end of year reports on our athletes’ successes and hand out club awards
Thanks, your committee
From next Monday night (7th Oct) the Monday night mob will be making a group booking for the hour that we are training so don’t forget to bring your £2. Obviously this only applies to anyone who hasn’t already purchased a yearly track card. See you all there!
A busy weekend ahead for the Sky Blue and Navy and members will be displaying their talents literally across the globe. At home the golden oldies will be competing in the Northern Ireland masters Championships at MPT on Saturday. The following day sees the some of the distance boys and girls hit the roads around the River Lagan for the Laganside 10k with Kris wilson who recently posted a big PB in the parkrun 5k hoping for similar success in the lonf=ger distance. Somewhat further afield the ‘climbers’ are in action in Prague and at Mont Blanc. Shileen O’Kane , Hazel McLaughlin and Anne Sandford will all perform in the 8.6km race at the ‘World Masters Mountain Running Championships’ in the Czech Republic on Saturday which includes 650 metres of ascending while down in Chamonix in France Fred Hamond will take on the TMB which involves a complete tour of the Mont Blanc, passing through 3 countries: France, Switzerland and Italy. starting from Chamonix, with 168km and 9,600 metres of positive height gain.
Back in the UK Namphon Steele is part of a small NI team going to the AAA’s Age group championships in Bedford where she will compete in the T47 100m and 200m. Fon recently posted a PB 200m in the final round of the Power NI Super 5 meeting. Good wishes to all.
One club member who will probably not be wearing club colours at the weekend is Club Secretary Catriona McCorkell. In fact Cat is unlikely to be taking part in any races (although with Cat you can never be sure). She will however have a busy weekend as she is getting married in New York before honeymooning in the States. The best wishes of all club members go with her.
Laura Frey winning silver in the Heptathlon, first all Ireland medal, go Laura!