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  • Northside East

Locals race to indoor titles at Abbotstown event

Tuesday, 13th February, 2018 7:59am
Locals race to indoor titles at Abbotstown event

Eventual winner Dara Kervick of Clonliffe Harriers AC, centre, competing in the Men’s 400m event at the Irish Life Health National Indoor League Finals at the National Indoor Arena in Abbotstown.

Locals race to indoor titles at Abbotstown event

Eventual winner Dara Kervick of Clonliffe Harriers AC, centre, competing in the Men’s 400m event at the Irish Life Health National Indoor League Finals at the National Indoor Arena in Abbotstown.

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LOCAL athletics clubs Dublin City Harriers and Clonliffe Harriers lived up to their favourites’ tag and retained their Irish Life Health National Indoor League titles in Abbotstown.  

Catherine McManus was once again instrumental in the Dublin City Harriers’ ladies victory. 

Catherine won the long jump with 5.24m and the 200m in 24.23 while also coming a close second in the 60m in 7.66 – one hundredth of a second behind Aoife Lynch (Donore Harriers AC). McManus also anchored the 4x200m relay to victory. 

The Clonliffe Harriers men dominated once more with individual victories for Dara Kervick in the 400m in 48.50, Keith Marks in the long jump in 7.15m, Chris Sibanda in the 200m in 22.17, Dave Donegan in the pole vault with 4.10m and Marcin Klinkosz in the high jump with 1.85m.

 

Leah Bergin, Clonliffe Harriers AC, competing in the Women’s 400m at the Irish Life Health National Indoor League Finals. Eventual winner Dara Kervick of Clonliffe Harriers AC, centre, competing in the Men’s 400m event at the Irish Life Health National Indoor League Finals at the National Indoor Arena in Abbotstown. Leah Bergin, Clonliffe Harriers AC, competing in the Women’s 400m at the Irish Life Health National Indoor League Finals.

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