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Congratulations to Jessica Ní Dhruacháin, a fourth year student in Coláiste Oiriall, who clinched 15th place in the Avivia Ulster Schools’ Cross Country Championship in the Intermediate Girls’ event in Mallusk. She covered the 3,200 metres in a time of 13.35 minutes. She now goes on to the All-Ireland Schools’ Cross County Championship.

Jessica Ní Dhruacháin agus Deirdre Nic Canna i gcuideachta an Mhúinteora, Annette ag an raon trastíre ag Páirceanna Imeartha Chathair Bheál Feirste.Jessica Ní Dhruacháin agus Deirdre Nic Canna i gcuideachta an Mhúinteora, Annette ag an raon trastíre ag Páirceanna Imeartha Chathair Bheál Feirste.

 

Jessica is a daughter of Phil and Joan Drohan in Monaghan town and she is a member of the Shercock Athletics Club. A fellow student in Coláiste Oiriall, Deirdre Nic Canna got 42nd place. Jessica had won 3rd place in the Girls’ Intermediate Ulster Indoors 80 metres hurdles at the weekend. Other schools in this event included Coleraine High School, Our Lady’s, Newry, Victoria College and St. Geneive’s High School

Dearbhla Fowler agus Ellen Ní Bhriain a rith sa rása Cailíní Sóisearach ag MalluskDearbhla Fowler agus Ellen Ní Bhriain a rith sa rása Cailíní Sóisearach ag Mallusk

Ellen Ní Bhriain and Derbhla Fowler took part in the Junior Girls’ race running 2,300 metres. Other participating schools here included Wellington College, Royal School, Armagh, Royal School, Dungannon and Omagh Academy. Amy Ní hAmaill was unable to compete in the Minor Girls due to illness. She had won this race in the District D competition last month.

Rinne an Múinteoir Annette an ceathrar dalta a thionlacan go Mallusk. Beidh Craobhacha Trastíre na hÉireann ar siúl i Mallusk nó in Ath Luain agus guíonn muid gach ádh ar Jessica ansin.