Ballymoney Athletes come ‘oat’ on top with Flahavan’s for Round 2

Thursday, 28 December 2017

Ballymoney Athletes come ‘oat’ on top with Flahavan’s for Round 2 thumbnailRebecca Scott, named Goalkeeper of the Tournament, is presented with her award by Ulster Hockey Union's Pat Hall.

YOUNG athletes from St Joseph's PS and St Brigid's PS were under 'starter's orders' for the second round of the Flahavan's Porridge Athletics NI Primary School Cross Country League which took place at Riada Stadium.
Eobha McAllister from St Joseph's PS Dunloy finished first in the girls' race and Ben Moore from St Brigid's PS finished third in the boys' race.
In the boys' mixed fun run, Rory Smyth and Rory O'Hagan from St Joseph's PS, Dunloy finished second and third respectively.
The league, which is committed to encouraging young people to have an active and healthy lifestyle, was launched by Commonwealth Youth Games champion, Aaron Sexton.
As the official ambassador for the League, Aaron will mentor the participants using his experience as a sprinter and Ulster and Irish Schools Rugby International.


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