Track-Attack News

The Toomevara 6km was held on last Sunday in aid of Whispers Magical Children’s Hospital and Hospice Jinja Uganda. Over the past few years John Vahey has put a huge effort into his training and has covered many miles to improve his overall standard of running.
Last Sunday saw John get his just reward when he recorded his first win on the road running circuit when he completed the course in a time of 22:30. Other Track-Attackers to complete the course were Mark Fahey, JP McSherry, Noel Kennedy and Anne McCormack.
Triona Drives Team Kildare
An excellent performance from Triona Maxwell contributed brilliantly towards her Team Kildare rise to the summit of the Group 2 league table in the Track-Attack All Ireland Series which is sponsored by Declan Maher Financial Services. They lead Team Dublin on score difference whose best performance on the night came from Niamh Butler.
Celia Dwan was the leading light on Team Laois and they now sit on the top rung of the Group 1 ladder with a point to spare over Team Cork and Team Mayo whose best performances on the night came from Razuk Atik and Paul Boyle respectfully.
Team Sligo have jumped ahead in Group 3 where their top performer was George Grogan on the night. Nipping at their heels just a single point in arrears are Team Meath, Team Down and Team Cavan and their star performers on the night were Alesha Fanning, Richie Tynan and Noreen Ryan respectfully.
Ciara Hennessy’s excellent performance helped greatly to see Team Offaly reach the top of the Group 4 table. Teams Waterford, Derry and Wicklow are hot on their heels with further top class performances from Claire Butler, Mary Cummins and Joseph Boyle helping their cause greatly.
The top team in each group will qualify for the knockout stages and all information can be obtained by checking out our Facebook page at Borrisoleigh Track Attack. 

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