Mixed luck for Galway’s Hockey Clubs in National Competition

first_imgThere were mixed results for Galway’s Hockey Clubs in national competition last weekend with Galway Hockey Club the only winner in the Womens Irish Hockey trophy. They defeated Kilkenny 4-0 in their opening game of the tournament. The goals coming from Tara Melvin with two, Katie Codyre and Hannah Gormely. Their second round match will be against Bandon away from home later this month. It is a big week for Galway with their men playing Mullingar in Mullingar in the Irish Hockey Mens Challenge Cup and the Women playing Portlaoise in Loreto Kilkenny in the Irish Hockey Womens Challenge Cup with both games taking place on Saturday at 2pm.Renmore are also in National hockey challenge competition this weekend as their women play Tipperary in the Irish Hockey Challenge. Venue to be confirmed. Renmore also started their Junior section over the weekend and won their first match at Under 14 Level beating Athlone 3-1.Unfortunately for NUIG, they were beaten 4-2 by Naas in their first round match while Greenfields were beaten heavily by Hermes who they will face in the EY National Hockey League next weekend.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Four Connacht Players Named in Irish Womens Squad for England Test

first_imgIn total, six new caps have been named by Irish Coach Tom Tierney for the game that will be held in the Twickenham Stoop on Saturday. The Irish Team is as follows: The Ireland Women’s team to play England women in an historic first Autumn International test match has been named with three Connacht players in the starting fifteen. Galwegians Mairead Coyne, Sene Naoupu and Ruth O’Reilly have been named in the starting team with Mary Healy named in the replacements. Ireland Women’s Squad (v England Women, Twickenham Stoop, Saturday 14th November 2015, 3pm)15 Niamh Briggs (UL Bohemian/Munster)14 Jeamie Deacon (Blackrock/ Leinster)*13 Aine Donnelly (Cill Dara/ Leinster)*12 Jackie Shiels (Richmond/ Exiles)11 Mairead Coyne (Galwegians/ Connacht)*10 Sene Naoupu (Galwegians/ Connacht)9 Larissa Muldoon (Skewen/ Exile)1 Ruth O’Reilly (Galwegians/ Connacht)2 Cliodhna Moloney (Railway Union/ Leinster)*3 Ailis Egan (Old Belvedere/ Leinster)4 Elaine Anthony (Highfield/ Munster)*5 Ciara Cooney (Railway Union/Leinster)*6 Sophie Spence (Old Belvedere/Leinster)7 Paula Fitzpatrick (Stade Toulousain)8 Heather O’Brien (Stade Toulousain)16 Zoe Grattage (Tralee/ Munster)*17 Fiona Reidy (UL Bohemian/ Munster)18 Fiona O’Brien (Old Belvedere/ Leinster)19 Katie Norris (Blackrock/ Leinster)20 Lindsay Peat (Railway Union/ Leinster)*21 Mary Healy (Galwegians/ Connacht)*22 Nora Stapleton (Old Belvedere/ Leinster)23 Claire McLaughlin (Queens University/ Ulster)*print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

George McDonagh’s Greyhound Selections For August 26th & 27th, 2016

first_imgRACE 3 THE BARKING BUZZ APP A4 525 SEMI-FINAL 20:22=TRAP 5 MUSTANG OAKS RACE 5 THE BARKING BZZ APP A6 525 20:52=TRAP 2 MENLO DIVA RACE 1 WELCOME TO THE SPORTSGROUND A6 525 19:52=TRAP 6 BUMBLEBEE POLLY RACE 8 KASSY COUNIHAN – WILL SHE STAY OR WILL SHE GO STAKES 21:37=TRAP 3 ERMAHGERD RACE 4 THE ONLINE BOOKINGS S6 350 20:37=TRAP 1 RINNWOOD RUBY RACE 9 THE FONEZ.IE A7 TO A10 525 FINAL 21:52 =TRAP 2 VELVET BLAZE(NAP) RACE 2 THE DERBY QUARTER FINALS ON OUR SCREENS TONIGHT S8 350 20:07=TRAP 3 KILLANIN SUE RACE 6 THE ONLINE DEAL OF THE MONTH 350 S4/5 21:07=TRAP 6 DYNAMIC PODGE RACE 7 THE WWW.FONEZ.IE A5 FINAL 21:22=TRAP 1 NEMOS MIA RACE 2 THE RECENT TOTE RETURNS S8 350 20:07=TRAP 3 SKUTTLE RACE 7 THE WWW.FONEZ.IE A4 525 21:22=TRAP 3 TIERMANA BRANDY RACE 1 TRIO GUARANTEE IN THIS RACE €1500 A5 525 19:52 =TRAP 6 BURNPARK SEAN ================================================================================center_img George McDonagh’s Greyhound Selections for the Sportsground this weekend.Friday RACE 10 THE LUCKY LAST A3 550 22:07 APPROX.=TRAP 2 TYRUR VINCENT RACE 4 THE ONLINE BOOKINGS S7 350 20:37.=TRAP 2 KILBANNON RACHEL Saturday RACE 5 THE BARKING BUZZ APP A4 525 SEMI-FINAL 20:52=TRAP 3 CRAFTY BUBBLES(NAP) RACE 6 THE RACE ENTRIES S5 350 21:07=TRAP 2 MONROE LOCKET RACE 9 THE BARKING BUZZ APP A3 525 SEMI-FINAL 21:52=TRAP 5 NOELLES ESCALADO RACE 10 THE BARKING BUZZ APP A3 525 SEMI-FINAL 22:07=TRAP 6 UPOURSIDE RACE 3 THE WWW.FONEZ.IE A9 525 20:22=TRAP 3 I MOMENT RACE 8 THE DUBLIN COACH 525 A1/2 21:37=TRAP 5 TYRUR KARL print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

New 2017 Galway United home jersey to launch on Saturday

first_imgprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Galway United’s new home jersey for the 2017 SSE Airtricity League season will be revealed on our official website and social media at 1.00pm on Friday afternoon.The jersey pays homage to the famous Galway hooker, an internationally recognised symbol for the city and county of Galway.The design is strongly inspired by the sails of the famous boats and features a silhouette of the Galway hooker below the collar. #SpioraidNaGaillimheThe jersey, supplied by uhlsport, is designed by Morgan O’Brien. It will officially go on sale for the first time at 2.00pm on Saturday, December 10th, from the Galway United Store which is located in the upper level of the Eyre Square Centre.Jersey prices remain the same as last season, with adult jerseys priced at €55 and children’s at €45.Supporters who purchase their 2017 jerseys on launch day between 2.00pm and 6.00pm will be entered into a draw to win a 2017 Galway United season ticket.Galway United players will be in attendance at the jersey launch on Saturday to pose for photos with supporters and sign autographs.2017 home jerseys will also be on sale online but purchases must be made soon to guarantee delivery before Christmas.To mark the release of the new home jersey, 2016 home jerseys have been reduced from €55 to €40.last_img read more

National Time Trial and Road Race Championships – Event Information

first_imgThe Irish Senior National Cycling Championships 2017 in association with the Talbot Collection will take place this year in the small and beautiful county of Wexford. Who to Watch, and Where to Watch From 22-25 June in Wexford Racing starts on Thursday evening with the Time Trial, attracting big names like defending champions Nicolas Roche, Anna Turvey, Katie-George Dunlevy and Peter Ryan, and including strong competitors across the board, including big hitters Ryan Mullen and Eddie Dunbar in the men’s categories.The first rider in the Time Trial starts at 5pm, with most riders starting at 1 minute intervals. The Prize giving takes place in Johnstown Castle Estate at 8pm. The route will go from Johnstown to Kilmore (34km) offering the racers a unique and beautiful backdrop.  Saturday and Sunday will see competitors switch their focus to the road races.David Maguire, Associate Race Director said; “The TT route is one of the nicest routes in the county taking the riders on some of the most beautiful roads in Wexford. There are challenging bends mixed with long straights which will test all of the riders’ skills.”Seamus Wall, cycling the Para TT route said: “I have been on the TT race route over the past month and I think its a great course, as good as any of the previous 3 that I have done.  It’s definitely a course that one will have to work on as its reasonably flat so there will be no rest periods and a nice slow drag from the turn around to the finish line.”The Road Races will take place with the M40s, M50s and M60 racing the Saturday June 24th starting from 11:00 AM. This route will take the riders around an 18.95km loop of Wexford town, encompassing short climbs and fast flats.Sunday will be host to the Under 23s and Elite Men’s race at 11:00 AM. The Elite Women’s race will also take place on the Sunday at the same time. More informational available at: http://www.roadchamps.irish/print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Galway Athletics Report

first_imgColdwood 4 Mile Run The 6th Annual Coldwood 4 Mile run was held on Sunday 28th of January last. First home was Shane Simcox of Mallow AC, in a time of 22.33, with David Meehan of Athenry second, and Craughwell AC’s Mark Davis making a return to action with third place. Cliona Hurst was first lady home with Mary Corless in second and Michelle Lynch of GCH third. Shauna Bocquet continued her run of victories claiming first wheelchair athlete home. Galway City Harriers. Off to Portugal for the European Championships. National Indoor Junior and U23 Championships Alanna Lally (UCD AC), Jenna Bromell (Emerald AC) and Aoife Delargy (Nenagh Olympic AC) following the U23 women 800m at the @irishlifehealth indoor championships. Pic: Athletics Ireland Twitter Page.The National Indoor Junior and U23 Championships were held last Sunday in Athlone IT and resulted in great success for Galway athletes, with two gold medal wins.Veronica Burke of Ballinasloe and District AC won gold in the U23 Indoor Walk, her second National title in three months, while Alanna Lally now with UCD won the U23 Women’s 800m in a fast time of 2.07. Brendan Lynch of Loughrea won silver in the U23 men’s Triple Jumps with a leap of 13.47 metres. Sprinter Cillin Greene of GCH also landed silver in the U23 Mens 200m. Conor Duggan returned to action after a long injury lay off, and the Craughwell sprinter showed good form as he took double bronze in the U23 men’s 60 metres and again in the 200m. Jerry Keary, also of Craughwell won Silver in the Junior Men’s High Jump with 1.90m clearance, while clubmate Sinead Treacy secured bronze in the U 23 Womens 200m. Aaron Brennan and James Frizzell of GCH both won bronze medals over 1500m in exciting finishes. Brennan took third in the Junior Men’s race, with Frizzell winning bronze at U23 level. National Track and Field Indoor LeagueAll three Galway teams have made the final of the National Indoor league following the second qualifying round of action last weekend in Athlone IT. GCH Men’s team finished in third place after a good second round, led by Michael Breathnach with a win in the High Jump, with big points scored by Robert Meagher in the 200m, Darragh White in 400m, Alvaro Garcia in the 1500 and Henrique Nkolovata in Triple Jump.Craughwell ladies team placed second after qualifying with a win from Sarah Finnegan in the Triple Jump and good performances from Arlene Earls over 400m, Sinead Treacy over 200m, Laura Cunningham in the High Jump and Caron Ryan in the 1500m. GCH Ladies also qualified, in fourth, with good runs via Nicole King in the 400m, Kathryn Casserly in the 1500m, and double points from Laura Ann Costello over 200m and in the High Jump.The Indoor League final will take place next Saturday in the National Indoor Arena in DublinThe Craughwell Team Who Have Qualified For The League Finals GCH qualified by virtue of their win at the National Championships in November in the Junior (U20) men’s event. The GCH squad will be among a field of fourteen teams, all respective National champions, with the likes of Italian club Torino, defending champions Castellon of Spain, Turkish team Fenerbache and Sporting Lisbon of the host country among some top-class opposition for the Galway club.The squad is coached by Matt Lockett, and is of great calibre, comprising five of the country’s top Junior athletes in Eanna Folan, Aaron Brennan, Thomas McStay, Michael Healy and Gary Martyn, all of whom have multiple National team and individual medals to their credit.James Frizzell and Joe Tannian who were on the original winning squad are overage this year, with Frizzell travelling in support of the squad.The team will travel with expectations of a strong performance in their debut at this level. The race will be streamed live on the European Athletics YouTube site, and will start at 10.40 Sunday morning next Irish time.center_img Galway City Harriers. Off to Portugal for the European Championships.Galway City Harriers Junior Men’s Cross Country team travel to Mira in Portugal this weekend for the European Clubs Cross Country Championships, which will be held Sunday next the 4th of February, on what is an historic first outing at European level for the club. GCH Travels To Portugal For The European Clubs Cross Country Championships Maree 8KMThe annual Maree AC 8KM Run celebrates its 10th year in 2018. This scenic run takes place in the surrounds of Maree, Oranmore, Co. Galway on Sunday, February 4th next at 1pm.The picturesque race circuit has been measured to AI standards, will be chip timed, and has been approved by the Galway County Board. The race starts from the Maree Community Centre, race HQ, and routes out the Tawin peninsula, and back to the finish at the centre.The event will raise funds to develop local sporting facilities in Maree, and is organised by Maree Athletics Club in conjunction with the Maree Development Organisation.print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

County Senior Camogie League Fixtures

first_imgprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email Semi-Finals scheduled weekend May 6th Kinvara v Killimor Ref Sean Byrne  –  Kinvara 7.15 FridayCappataggle v Davitts Ref Pakie Muldoon  –  Cappataggle 10.30am SundayOranmore/Maree v Athenry Ref John Donovan  – Sunday 11am OranmoreArdrahan v St Thomas Ref Martin Moloney  –  Ardrahan Sunday 11.15amEyrecourt v Mullagh Ref Mike Ryan – Clonfert Sunday 4.45last_img

Connacht Ladies Senior Football Final – Commentary And Reaction

first_imgDarren also spoke to Player Of The Match And Galway Captain Tracey LeonardAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/TRACEY%20LEONARD%20POST%20MAYO.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Here is another chance to hear Galway Bay FM’s Commentary of the TG4 Connacht Ladies Senior Football Final In McHale Park. Galway winning the CBE Cup on a final score of Galway 0-17 Mayo 1-12. Commentary from Darren Kelly Here is the Full Time Match Report From Darren KellyAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/GALWAY%20V%20MAYO%20FT.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. Following the Full Time whistle, Darren spoke to Galway Manager Stephen GlennonAudio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/STEPHEN%20GLENNON%20POST%20MAYO.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.center_img Audio Playerhttps://download-galwaybay.sharp-stream.com/LADIES%20CONNACHT%20SENIOR%20FOOTBALL%20FINAL%202018.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume. 24 June 2018; Galway captain Tracey Leonard lifts the trophy following her side’s victory during the TG4 Connacht Ladies Senior Football Final match between Mayo and Galway at Elvery’s MacHale Park in Castlebar, Mayo. Photo by Seb Daly/Sportsfile *** NO REPRODUCTION FEE *** print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Senior and U18s teams named for Women’s Interpro double header

first_imgMidfield is unchanged with Nichole Fowley at out-half and Shannon Touhy and Catherine Martin at centre, while Mary Healy is named at scrum-half. There’s a change in the back three with Jill Draper moving from full-back to the wing with Mairead Coyne at 15, while Orla Dixon is again named on the other wing.The action kicks off at 1pm when the U18 Girls aim to make it two wins from two when they host Munster, and the management team have made four changes from the side that snatched a late win over Ulster in Ballinasloe.Two of those are in the front row where Macy McDermott and Mia Fahy join Mary McLoughlin who moves to tight-head. The rest of the pack is unchanged with Jordan Hopkins and Eva McCormack forming the second row, and Emily Gavin, Lily Brady and Grace Browne Moran completing the set.Captain Aoibheann Reilly and Meabh Deely renew their half-back partnership, while there’s a change at centre with Niamh Kenny coming in alongside Beibhinn Parsons. Finola Collins also comes in on the wing, with Hannah Guillane and Aine Galvin completing the back three.CONNACHT SENIOR WOMEN V LEINSTER (K/O 3PM SUNDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER)1 Laura Feely (Capt) – Galwegians2 Moya Griffin – Tullamore3 Annmarie O’Hora – Castlebar4 Denise Redmond – Galwegians5 Amelie Roux – Galwegians6 Tara Buggie – Galwegians7 Edel McMahon – Galwegians8 Nichola Fryday – Galwegians9 Mary Healy – Galwegians10 Nicole Fowley – Galwegians11 Orla Dixon – NUIG12 Shannon Touhy – Galwegians13 Catherine Martin – Suttonians14 Jill Draper – Tullamore15 Mairead Coyne – Galwegians16 Ciara O’Connor – Galwegians17 Elizabeth McNicholas – Tuam18 Julia Bauer – Suttonians19 Nicola Caldbeck – Tullow20 Clodagh Dunne – Old Belvedere21 Hilary Griffin – Tullow22 Jane O’Neill – Old Belvedere23 Rachel Healy – Railway UnionCONNACHT U18 GIRLS V MUNSTER (K/O 1pm SUNDAY 9TH SEPTEMBER)1 Macy McDermott – Westport RFC2 Mia Fahy – Ballinasloe RFC3 Mary McLaughlin – Westport RFC4 Jordan Hopkins – Ballinasloe RFC5 Eva McCormack – Westport RFC6 Emily Gavin – Ballinasloe RFC7 Lily Brady – Westport RFC8 Grace Browne Moran – Westport RFC9 Aoibheann Reilly (Capt)- Ballinasloe RFC10 Meabh Deely – Ballinasloe RFC11 Hannah Gullane – Ballinasloe RFC12 Niamh Kenny – Ballinasloe RFC13 Béibhinn Parsons – Ballinasloe RFC14 Finola Collins – Ballina RFC15 Aine Galvin – Ballinasloe RFC16 Kayley Mannion – Westport RFC17 Claudia McNicholas – Ballinasloe RFC18 Sarah O’Rourke – Buccaneers RFC19 Hannah Johnston – Sligo RFC20 Nina Mathastein – Westport RFC21 Ava Ryder – Westport RFC22 Rian Callaghan – Buccaneers RFC23 Victoria Farrell – Buccaneers RFCprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Email The Connacht Senior Women and U18 Girls teams have been named for this Sunday’s interprovincial double header at the Sportsground. There are three changes from the Senior Women’s side that lost to Munster last time out for their clash with Leinster. Moya Griffin comes into the side at hooker where she forms a front row with captain Laura Feely and Annemarie O’Hora. There’s also a new face in the second row with Denise Redmond starting alongside Amelie Roux. Tara Buggie, Edel McMahon and Nichola Fryday complete the pack.last_img read more

TEAM IRELAND’S RISING STARS NAMED FOR BUENOS AIRES YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES

first_imgGreen Park Niamh CoyneSwimmingWomen’s 50 Breaststroke10:00 – 18:0707:00 – 15:07Youth Olympic Park Emma SlevinGymnasticsWomen’s Balance Beam14:0411:04Youth Olympic Park Team Ireland at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games Boxing Men’s FlyweightDean Clancy20/10/2000Ballinacarrow, SligoBallinacarrow Boxing Club Green Park BadmintonNhat Nguyen16/06/2000Dublin (originally Honoi, Vietnam)TV Refrath Robert PowellMen’s 50 Free18:0015:00 Emma SlevinGymnasticsWomen’s Finals GymnasticsEmma Slevin02/05/2003GalwayRenmore Gymnastics Club Niamh CoyneSwimmingWomen’s 50 Breaststroke18:1415:14 Boxing Women’s MiddleweightLauren Kelly31/01/2000DublinSt. Brigid’s Edenderry Boxing Women’s BantamweightDearbhla Rooney31/12/2000Manorhamilton, LeitrimSean McDermott Boxing Club Tecnopolis Park 9th OctNhat NguyenBadmintonMen’s Singles Lauren Crowley Walsh GolfDavid Kitt02/02/2000GalwayAthenry Golf Club 17th OctDean ClancyBoxingMen’s Fly13:0010:00Youth Olympic Park Swimming (50,100,200 breaststroke)Niamh Coyne22/06/2001DublinTallaght Swim Team Mona McSharry Swimming (50, 100 freestyle, 50 butterfly)Robert Powell28/01/2000AthloneAthlone Swimming Club Lauren Crowley WalshWomen’s Individual Emma SlevinGymnasticsWomen’s Floor14:0411:04 This will be the third edition of the Youth Olympic Games which are hosted every four years. The Games provide invaluable Olympic experience and competition for talented junior athletes aged 15 to 18 from over 200 countries around the world. 15th OctDavid KittGolfMixed Teams08:3005:30Hurlingham Club Robert PowellMen’s 50 Free10:00 – 18:2007:00 – 15:20 Miriam DalyAthleticsWomen’s 400m Hurdles14:5011:50 Dearbhla RooneyWomen’s Bantam20:0017:00 13th OctDavid KittGolfMixed Teams08:3005:30Hurlingham Club Mona McSharry Georgia DrummyTennisWomen’s SinglesAM DivingTanya Watson24/12/2001SouthamptonShamrock Diving Club 18th OctSean McCarthy CreanKarateMen’s 68kg09:00 – 14:0006:00 – 11:00Youth Olympic Park Green Park The event replicates many features of the Summer Olympic Games with a fully maintained Athletes’ Village. In recognition of the role the games play in the development of future athletes, the Youth Olympic Games also integrates a Culture and Education programme.The team of 5 male athletes and 11 female athletes includes Nhat Nguyen (Badminton) and Mona McSharry (Swimming), recipients of Olympic Solidarity Scholarships which were awarded to assist with qualification and preparations for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.Wishing the team luck in their competition, President of the Olympic Federation of Ireland, Sarah Keane says, “Our team is made up of talented and committed athletes, who have worked hard to qualify for these Games, where they take on the world’s best in their fields. This will undoubtedly be a significant stepping stone for them in their sporting careers. As ever, none of this would be possible without the support of their families, coaches, NGBs, Sport Ireland High Performance Unit and Sport Ireland Institute.”CEO Peter Sherrard outlines the role played by the Youth Olympic Games in the athlete’s career, “The Youth Olympic Games plays an important role in athlete development. Competing at the top level provides great experience to young athletes and being part of a multi-sport competition adds an extra element of learning for our next generation of talent.”Today, the athletes and their families will take part in an Olympic team preparation day at the Sport Ireland Institute in partnership with their Sport Science and Medical team, and led by Chef de Mission for the Youth Olympic Games, Olympic Federation of Ireland’s Sports Director, Martin Burke. The team day will cover a wide range of topics including medical checks, anti-doping, integrity briefings, social media training, and team building exercises.TEAMAthleticsMiriam Daly (400m Hurdles), Sophie Meredith (Long Jump), Miranda Tcheutchoua (Hammer)BadmintonNhat Nguyen (Men’s Singles)BoxingDean Clancy (Men’s Flyweight), Lauren Kelly (Middleweight), Dearbhla Rooney (Bantamweight)DivingTanya Watson (10m Platform)KarateSean McCarthy Crean (+68kg)GolfLauren Crowley Walsh (Women’s Individual, Mixed Team), David Kitt (Men’s Individual, Mixed Team)GymnasticsEmma Slevin (Women’s Artistic Programme)SwimmingNiamh Coyne (50, 100, 200 breaststroke), Mona McSharry (50, 100, 200 breaststroke, 50 freestyle), Robert Powell (50, 100 freestyle, 50 butterfly)TennisGeorgia Drummy (Women’s Singles)The team departs for Buenos Aires on October 3 with Irish athletes in action on every day of the Games. Emma SlevinGymnasticsWomen’s Finals Dearbhla RooneyBoxingWomen’s Bantam16:3013:30 Irish Schedule 14th OctDavid KittGolfMixed Teams08:3005:30Hurlingham Club Dean ClancyBoxingMen’s Fly13:0010:00Youth Olympic Park Emma SlevinGymnasticsWomen’s Vault14:0411:04Youth Olympic Park 12th OctNhat NguyenBadmintonMen’s Singles Tanya WatsonDivingMixed International17:0014:00 TennisGeorgia Drummy18/04/2000DublinDonnybrook LTC Emma SlevinGymnasticsWomen’s Uneven Bars14:0411:04 7th OctNhat NguyenBadmintonMen’s Singles Tecnopolis Park SportNameDOBFromClub Green Park 11th OctNhat NguyenBadmintonMen’s Singles DateAthleteDisciplineEventLocal Start Time (GMT -3)Irish Start Time (GMT)Venue Emma SlevinGymnasticsWomen’s Individual All Round David KittGolfMen’s Individual08:30 – 17:1005:30 – 14:10Hurlingham Club Tanya WatsonDiving10m Platform09:00 – 17:0006:00 – 14:00Youth Olympic Park Mona McSharry Georgia DrummyTennisWomen’s SinglesAM Georgia DrummyTennisWomen’s SinglesAM Youth Olympic Park Men’s 50 Butterfly18:4215:42 6th OctOPENING CEREMONY Robert PowellMen’s 100 Free18:2015:20 Green Park Athletics Women’s HammerMiranda Tcheutchoua27/08/2001Lusk, Dublin (based in Canada)Lusk AC/Team Quebec David KittGolfMen’s Individual08:3005:30Hurlingham Club Niamh CoyneSwimmingWomen’s 200m Breaststroke10:00 – 18:2407:00 – 15:24 Mona McSharryWomen’s 50 Free18:0015:00 Athletics Women’s 400m HurdlesMiriam Daly26/2/2001Carrick-on-SuirCarrick-on-Suir AC Swimming (50, 100, 200 breaststroke, 50 freestyle)Mona McSharry21/08/2000SligoMarlin’s SC, Ballyshannon Athlete Info KarateSean McCarthy Crean08/09/2001CorkCloghroe Karate Club Mona McSharry Mona McSharry Miranda TcheutchouaAthleticsWomen’s Hammer14:0511:05Youth Olympic Park David KittGolfMen’s Individual08:3005:30Hurlingham Club Miranda TcheutchouaAthleticsWomen’s Hammer Tecnopolis Park Tecnopolis Park Lauren KellyWomen’s Middle15:3012:30 Niamh CoyneSwimmingWomen’s 100 Breaststroke10:00 – 18:4407:00 – 15:44Youth Olympic Park Tecnopolis Park Lauren Crowley WalshWomen’s Individual Niamh CoyneSwimmingWomen’s 100 Breaststroke18:3215:32 Lauren KellyWomen’s Middle Sophie MeridithAthleticsWomen’s Long Jump15:2512:25 Georgia DrummyTennisWomen’s SinglesAM Closing Ceremony Lauren Crowley Walsh Lauren KellyWomen’s Middle15:3012:30 Sophie MeridithAthleticsWomen’s Long Jump14:0511:05 Lauren Crowley WalshWomen’s Individual08:30 – 17:1505:30 – 14:15 Tecnopolis Park GolfLauren Crowley Walsh11/09/2000DublinCastlewarden Golf Club Miriam DalyAthleticsWomen’s 400m Hurdles14:5011:50 Lauren Crowley Walsh Dearbhla RooneyWomen’s Bantam20:0017:00 Mona McSharrySwimmingWomen’s 50 Free10:00 – 18:2707:00 – 15:27Youth Olympic Park 16th OctDean ClancyBoxingMen’s Fly13:0010:00Youth Olympic Park Robert PowellMen’s 100 Free10:00 – 18:1907:00 – 15:19 10th OctNhat NguyenBadmintonMen’s Singles Athletics Long JumpSophie Meredith12/04/2001Newcastle West, LimerickSt. Mary’s AC 8th OctNhat NguyenBadmintonMen’s Singles Lauren KellyWomen’s Middle20:3517:35 The Olympic Federation of Ireland today named a squad of 16 athletes from 9 sports, to compete at the Summer Youth Olympic Games in October in Buenos Aires. Competition runs from October 6 to October 18 featuring over 4,000 athletes and over 32 sports. This will be the first outing for Team Ireland since the unveiling of the new logo and name. Georgia DrummyTennisWomen’s SinglesAM Men’s 50 Butterfly10:00 – 18:5007:00 – 15:50 Dean ClancyBoxingMen’s Fly13:0010:00 print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more