Wednesday, 19th September 2018
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Ballinameela 5 Km Road Race on Friday

Another race in the Intersport Elvery's/Asics Series the Inaugural Ballinameela 5 Km is on Friday next at 7 pm in Ballinameela.Entries will be taken in Ballinameela from 6pm.

More Road Races

The Cill Barra 5 km run and walk is on Friday September 7th in Ballybeg Waterford City at 7 pm, the Greenway Half Marathon with entries closed is on Saturday September 8 th the Waterford Greenway Half Marathon starts at 9 am, the Annual 5 Km run is on Waterford Airport Runway on Saturday morning September 15 th and entries close for this on August 31 st. The Croppy Boy Run over 10 km as well as a 5 km walk is in Passage East on Saturday September 22 nd at 2 pm. This years Solas Centre run on October 14 th is a 10km one and the walk is also 10 km, both over the same circuit and both starting at the same time in same place.

Waterford Primary Schools X Country

Coming up at the RSC Playing pitches on Tuesday September 18 th at 12 noon is the Annual Waterford Primary Schools Cross Country fixture promoted by Ferrybank AC. Short races for boys and girls starting with first and second class over 200 metres, third and fourth over 400 metres and fifth and sixth over 800 metres, full details on 087 6889330.


A Pole Vault Workshop for BEGINNERS on Saturday 15th September is in Templemore Track from 11am to 3pm. Cost of workshop will be 5 euro per athlete. If interested in attending, please e-mail Eamon at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to secure a place.


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