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Well done to all our fantastic junior competitors at Mullaghmore Junior Aquathlon 2017 who despite their tender age demonstrated impressive athletic ability and promise in taking on a considerable challenge in an open water swim followed by off road running. Many thanks to Race Director, Martin McDevitt on his exceptional management of the event and James, Therese, Sinead, Sharon and all the parents who helped in organising and marshalling of the race.

20km Team Time Trial

Five three person teams and one two person team battled it out for the first Handicap Team Time Trial of 2017. Aidan, Gabriel and Cookie couldn't be caught despite Noel, Gerry Cleary and Gerry McCafferty's determined effort - they'll be back! While Aidan McAleer, Matthias and Paschal kept the pressure on from behind to take a close third place. Cooperative team work from Maura, Ruairi and Stevie left Sarah, Eamon and Regina having to settle for 5th place while a superb effort from the Rooney girls, demonstrated that Meabh, on her first time trial, is one to be watched for the future. 1. Aidan Ferguson, Gabriel Timoney, Martin O'Halloran - 36:24 2. Gerry Cleary, Noel Hoey, Gerry McCafferty

20KM Time Trial

Cold, damp and windy conditions made for a challenging Time Trial this evening for the nine doughty trialists who braved the 20km course. Eleanor Rooney, back from international duty put in a strong cycle to finish first of the ladies this evening ahead of Regina Magee while Aoibhinn Gallagher, took a philosophical approach to her return to bike training. In the mens category, Martin O'Halloran, despite the inclement conditions, finished one second faster than last week's effort to take top stop. While Barry Duffy, fresh from his age group win at Cuilcagh Triathlon at the weekend, took second place with just a ten second lead over his fellow quinquagenarian, Noel Hoey. Next time trial wil

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