Senior Training Schedules / Coaching Schedules
Race Entries & Results Database Download
Following the Race Entries & Results tutorial hosted in the Colgan Hall, the database is now available for download. Please note: your computer may notify you that the file may harm your computer if downloaded. However, the file is completely safe.
Please note that PDF versions of forms can be filled in on computer using Adobe Reader. However, emailed forms will not be accepted. Please see Information Sheet for guidelines regarding submission of registration forms to the Committee.
Senior & Fit4Life 2015 Membership Information Sheet
IMPORTANT INFORMATION for new Senior & Fit4Life members and membership renewal (please read before downloading membership form).
Juvenile 2015 Membership Information Sheet
IMPORTANT INFORMATION for new Juvenile members and membership renewal (please read before downloading membership form).
Juvenile 2015 Membership Form - PDF version
Sunday, 28th September - Carndonagh GAA 5K - Results
RESULTS - Carndonagh GAA 5K (Amended 30th September)
Sunday, 17th August 2014 - Results from Carn 10K
Sunday, 17th August 2014 - Results from 2014 FIT4LIFE SERIES
On a very stormy day 44 Fit4life athletes took to the road for the Carndonagh 10k. This was the third and final race in the Fit4life Series.
Result available here.
Congratulations to Sharon Gill who won the € 100 prize and well done to all who completed all three races in the series.
Fantastic Fergus Does It Again!
Fergus Cox put in a fantastic performance at the recent National T&F Finals in Tullamore, throwing 50.50m in the javelin final and securing himself a silver medal in the process. Fergus is no stranger to the podium having finished in the top 3 for the last 6 years running. He is finally getting some recognition after he was chosen for the Celtic Games Development team; a sign of things to come for this extremely talented young thrower.
Fergus finished the track and field session by throwing at the Celtic Games on an Irish development team; he finished 2nd, beating the best of Welsh and Scottish throwers. The 15-year-old was competing at u18 level and was less than a javelin length off the winner. Fergus also impressed the national throws co-ordinator who gave him advice during the event. Fergus was throwing u18 & not u17 as he thrown better than any of the u18s at the National Finals.