Personal Bests in Santry at the AAI Games

Several Galway City Harriers juveniles & juniors were in action in Santry at the AAI Games over the weekend.

Eimear Rowe recorded a very fine time of 57.43s in the 400m, as did Ella O’Connor, just over the 1 minute mark.

Nicole Quirke improved her Connacht Juniors time in the 200m with 26.52s.

Some under 20s also competed as follows:

under 20 Results:

400m Eimear Rowe 57.43

400m Ella O’connor 1.02.4

400m Robert McDonnell 47.13

400mh Seren O’Toole 1.04.49

200m Nicole Quirke. 26.52s

Aaron Brennan & Laura Nally also featured prominently from among the over 20s – see Senior Club post for more details.

And on the continent, there was the not-so-insignificant matter of Cillín Greene knocking a decent chunk off his 400m PB and club record with a sensational 46.18s. Huge congrats to Cillín!!

Closer to home in Tuam, GCH had a late entrant in the National Race-walking Championsips in Caoimhe Phelan who recorded a fine time of 6:11 for the 1km race. This sets a new outdoor club record for the event. Under 15 Caitlin Podmore holds the clubs Indoor record for the same event.Congrats to Caoimhe’s former club on their very successful hosting of this big event.If other members of the club wish to try racewalking going forward they should advise their coach and some coaching could be arranged if numbers sufficient.

Next weekend we have the National U20 and U23 Championship to look forward to. Best of luck to all competing.