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More thrills on day 2 of National Juveniles

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More thrills in Tullamore

Day 2 of the Irish Life Health National Juvenile Championships in Tullamore saw more excellent performances from the future stars of the sport.

Shane Gevero (Cabinteely) sped to a championship best performance (CBP) in the U14 boys 80m in 9.57 seconds. Michael Farrelly (Portmarnock) was also in top form winning the U16 boys 100m in a CBP of 11.13.

 In the distance ranks, the U16 girls 3000m saw Roisin Treacy (Ashford) set a CBP of 10:25.57.

In the U18 age group, Ciara Deely (Kilkenny City Harriers) ran a CBP of 55.51 in the 400m and Jade Williams (Shercock a.c.) set a new CBP of 57.38m in the hammer.

Ryan Carthy Walsh (Adamstown) was another standout performer winning the U19 boys high jump with a best of 2.10m. Ava Rochford (Ennis Track) also reached new heights in the U13 girls high jump with a new CBP of 1.55m

Harry Nevin (Leevale) was another to impress over the weekend setting an U14 boys long jump record of 5.81m. He also set a record in the 75m hurdles of 11.04 seconds. 

To find full results of the first two days click HERE

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