St Marys Booterstown

Athletics 2018

Santry 2018

Field Events will be on Monday 21st May. The following boys will be attending. Please arrange lifts.




High Jump  

Louis Bolger

Hurdles  U-11

Oscar O’Haimhirgín

Hurdles  U-12

David Purcell

Hurdles U-14

Christopher McInerney

600m  U-11

Max Sheridan

600m U-12

Brian O’ Flaherty

600m  U-14

Robert O’Brien

Long Jump  U-12

Igor Gonzalez

Shot Putt  U-14

Lewie deGuzman


Track Events will be on Tuesday 28th May. The following boys will be attending. Please arrange lifts.

Under 10

Athletes born in 2008

Under  -11

Athletes born in 2007

Under  - 12

Athletes born in 2006

Under   -14

Athletes born in 2004/5

Daniel Conway

Max Sheridan

David Purcell

Robert O’ Brien

Killian Laskurian O'Kelly

Oscar O’Haimhirgín

Igor Gonzalez

Christopher McInerney

Matthew O' Dowd

James O’Riain

Brian O’Flaherty

Luke Kirkland

Mark Connolly

Fintan Lydon

Lochlainn Maher 

Ryan Sheridan

Conail O’ Sullivan

Rory Treacy

Louis Bolger

Daniel Carey

Luke Fitzgerald




Athletics Update

Success at Santry

 Field Events

 On Monday 25th May the 12 boys in our Field events team competed at Santry’s Morton Stadium. Ruben Bolger (4th Class) got the team off to a fantastic start in the U-11 hurdles by comfortably winning his heat. This was swiftly followed up by excellent performances by Alex O’Meara (5th Class) and Conor Moriarty (6th Class) who were very unlucky not to make the final in their hurdles divisions. All the hard work that we had put into the technique of hurdling paid off as Ruben romped home in 1st place with a fantastic performance.

 Joseph Grau (6th Class) showed fantastic strength and skill in the shot putt and was very unlucky not to place in the final. Meanwhile on the other side of the track Daniel Fitzgerald (5th Class) jumped huge distances in the long jump competition.

Hugo McLoughlin, Eamon Hameid and Oisín Molloy showed amazing stamina in their 600m races despite the fast pace of their races they finished just outside the medals.

Track Events

 We returned to Santry on Thursday 28th May with the track squad of 23 boys. To say that the team gave it everything in their heats and finals is an understatement. Despite narrowly missing a place in the finals of the sprints the boys set their focus on the 4x100m relay heats. All four relay squads ran superbly in their heats. They used the sense of occasion to their advantage and put in faster times than they had ever recorded. 


We reached the finals in U 10, U 11 and U14. It became very clear that the work we put in on our changeovers was going to make all the difference. Success was in the air for the U10 relay squad who put in an amazing performance and won silver in their final.

The whole squad put in amazing performances both in training and on the day. They should be very proud of themselves. All the hard work certainly paid off.