Below are details of prize winners who will receive invaluable prizes this Saturday night!!! Please be in the HiB at 8pm as the awards and video will be completed at 8:30. You dont want to miss Keith on TV!!! If you can not make it please let me know (Mary 0863994584) so I can safe guard your prize from the less fortunate!
Overall Male – Shane Scully
Overall Female – Sinnead Oakes
European Transplant and Dialysis Games – Sheila Gregan – gold medals in 50m free + 100m breast stroke, silver medal in 400m freestyle, bronze in the relay.
Ironman – Kevin Sherlock, Brian O’Rourke, Eoin Woolley
Most Improved – Sinnead Oakes – goes from doggy paddling around the Brian Boru swim course in 2011 to winning a National Series age group prize and top 20 overall. Highlights include strong performance in Hell of the West and a podium finish in the Quiet Man triathlon in Cong, Co. Mayo.
Rookie of the Year – Killian Cullagh – great performances in local club races. Strong running season. Strong improvements in all 3 disciplines. Close to making the Triathlon Ireland junior B squad.
Club Races – winner is chosen for mix of reasons – good performance, strong improvement, attendance etc.
1. Dromineer Triathlon Series – Sinead Kennedy (7 min improvement, good attendance, strong time of 1:15 in 1st year)
2. Dromineer Duathlon Series – Ronan Walsh (attended every race, brought time down by 6 mins, fast final time of 1:09)
3. Dromineer Aquathon Series – Darren Dunne (great attendance – only missed one out of 10 club races – attended both aquathons, won the 1st race setting a new club record)
Individual – Shane Scully 2nd overall and winner of 30 – 35 age group
Individual – Keith Butler, 2nd in the 40 – 45 age group
Individual – Sinnead Oakes, 3rd in the 35 – 40 age group
Male (11th) – Shane Scully, Keith Butler, Martin Mitchell, Cian McCormack, Sean Gleeson, Ronan O’Driscoll
Female (12th) – Sinnead Oakes, Margaret Hogan, Cliodhna McGrath, Joanne Dillon, Sheila Gregan, Anita Egan
Mixed (8th) – Shane Scully, Keith Butler, Martin Mitchell, Sinnead Oakes, Margaret Hogan, Cliodhna McGrath