It was a profitable weekend for Donegal Neighborhood video games rivals on the regional closing held in Sligo. Eighteen winners from this weekend’s occasion will go on to compete within the Nationwide finals that are scheduled to be held subsequent weekend in Carlow.
Orlagh Faul, from Glenswilly, made her father and supervisor Brian Faul proud by qualifying for the u16 200m. Niamh Doohan from the Rosses secured the primary place in u14 hurdles.
Ben Mc Gee from Cranford bought the third place within the u12 600m.
Chloe McFadden from Gweedore certified for the nationwide finals subsequent weekend within the u12 women 200m.
Deava Diver from Ramelton secured the third place in u10 100m women, which implies she too might be competing within the nationwide finals subsequent weekend.
Cormac Mc Bride from Fanad secured the primary place in u8 60m.
Co-chairperson Manus O’Donnell and Co-president Sean Mc Ginley mentioned that the Donegal contributors had represented their county properly they usually have been happy with them.
It was a terrific weekend for Donegal, with 18 athletes qualifying for the nationwide finals subsequent weekend in Carlow.
The organizers prolonged their appreciation to all of the proud mother and father, volunteers, and everybody who helped out over the weekend. Congratulations to all of the contributors, and we want all of them one of the best for the nationwide finals.
Profitable weekend for Donegal Neighborhood video games at regional closing was final modified: August twenty first, 2023 by