Strong Tipperary performances in the National Master’s Athletics

Templemore AC proved, once again, that they are the Kingpins of Master’s athletics in Tipperary.
They took home a total of 8 National medals from the recent championships, closely followed by
Nenagh Olympic AC, who took home 6 medals.
Pat Naughton, Nenagh, (pictured below), claimed another quartet of titles, when he claimed gold in each of his four
events, Shot, High Jump, Long Jump & Javelin.

Strong Tipperary performances in the National Master's Athletics

Pat Naughton, Nenagh Olympic AC, in action during the Master Long Jump

The following results were recorded:

Danny Meany, Templemore, (1st. Long Jump – M35). Adrian Young, Templemore, (2nd. Long Jump / 3rd.
High Jump – M50). Adrian McGinly, Templemore, (4th. Long Jump / 2nd. 400m – M35). Don McKinnon,
Templemore, (7th. Discus / 3rd. Hammer / 4th. 56Lbs Weight for Distance – M50). Kevin Shorthall, Templemore,
(1st. High Jump – M35). Templemore AC (2nd. 4x100m Men’s Relay and 2nd. 4x400m Men’s Relay).
Pat Naughton, Nenagh Olympic, (1st. Shot / Long Jump / High Jump and Javelin – M80). Peter Ryan, Nenagh
Olympic, (1st. 56Lbs. Weight for Distance / 2nd. Shot – M45). Patrick Corcoran, Tipperary town, (2nd. Discus /
2nd. Javelin / 2nd. 56Lbs. Weight for Distance – M45). Noel Monteith, Borrisokane, (5th. Shot / 2nd. Javelin – M65).
Stuart Moloney, Mooreabbey Milers, (1st. 5000m, M35). Bernard O’Neill, Clonmel, (3rd. Javelin – M65). Patrick Roche,
Carrick-on-Suir, (14th. 1500m – M35).

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