The Athletics Louth Awards 2022 happened in the Fairways Hotel in Dundalk on Friday night last, with Boyne air conditioner professional athletes winning 5 of the private awards available.
lways an attractive affair, the young, and not so young, club members seized the day to switch the runners and tee shirts for some fancier outfit, and they delighted in a magnificent meal and a possibility to meet Ireland’s fastest guy, Israel Olatunde, who was the unique visitor on the night.
With professional athletes chosen by their club in numerous age classifications based upon their efficiencies in either Track & & Field or Cross-Country disciplines, the competitors was tight, such is the calibre of sports in the Wee County.
Boyne air conditioning were happy to take the win in both the Girls U12 classifications, thanks to some great efficiencies throughout the season from increasing cross-country star Dara Ellie Winters and the multi-talented Hannelle Raji in Track & & Field.
Continuing the winning streak, Hannah Newman won the Girls 17-19 Track & & Field classification, a much should have benefit for her constant effort in her speciality occasions, specifically the Shot Put and Long Jump.
Adam Byrne won the Boys u17-19 Track & & Field classification and he is another young professional athlete who works relentlessly to enhance and is now gaining the benefits.
The last award on the night went to Euan Canniffe, who was granted the desirable title of Junior Louth Athlete of the Year, a reflection of his lots of exceptional accomplishments at county, provincial and nationwide level recently, culminating in being crowned National Junior Javelin champ.
Also chosen for awards – and simply losing out by the tiniest of margins – were young Isabelle Winters and Cillian Hickey, who both came 2nd in their particular classifications, while likewise chosen were Oliver Carolan, Hila Raji, Cillian Everitt and Aimee Rice for their exceptional accomplishments throughout the year.