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WELCOME TO ST.PETERS ATHLETICS CLUB

Club round up, A massive well done to club runner Beth Morrow on her first cross country race at the Mathieson Cup & Shield race in Belfast today. Although just 13, Beth was to old for her 13 section but that didn’t deter her and put in a Super performance jn the 15 section. Well done, a rising star for St. Peter’s!

Super running today from Caelan at the District A cross country – a third place finish for him and their St/ Colmans team came in first place. Well done lads!

Although not know as a cross country club St.Peters put themselves up with the top clubs in the country today in the N I Championchip at Queens, The Ladies came an outstanding 2nd place overall, The Masters men had some great results with James Monaghan 4th place overall and great times all round.

Another great cross country result for club junior Cadence Hamilton who came 4 overall in the Schools Championchip! Flying guys just Flying!

Congratulations to Mark Willis and Caelen McCracken who came first in their 10k and 5k Born to run race series sections! Mark was streets ahead in his 45 plus section and 15 year old Caelen had 3 3Rd place and 3 4th in 6 races series 5k. The guys really have taken the race series by storm!

A super weekend for club senior and junior runners in this weekends events! Club junior Cadence Hamilton was 2nd lady in the adult city park parkrun with a 21,06 finish and first overall in the junior parkrun today! Awesome for a 12 year old!

Gillian and Geoff were 1st male /female in todays lurgan Park hospice 10k, class folks just class! And in the first 1/2 marathon of the season team Mulholland posted some serious times in the Carlingford run! Pbs also posted from Mervyn and Sean, and Eileen, Linda Laura came home in sub 1, 50s a great weekend for the club! Well done all.

St Peter’s AC is based in the Lurgan County Armagh, N Ireland and is an officially
affiliated club with Athletics Northern Ireland. The Club prides itself on a long tradition of athletic training in all aspects of the sport. The club welcomes athletes of all abilities from complete beginner to proficient competitors, male and female in junior and senior sections. With a current membership of over 80, the club competes strongly in local, national and international events. The Club today continues to develop in line with the standards of the Irish Athletic Association/NI Athletics.

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