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Cross Country

2005-06 Season Archive

All Ireland Success

Mayor Fancis Molloy played host to members of ICD's Junior Cross Country team,
winners of the All Ireland Colleges Cross Country Championships held in Dublin.
Also included in the choto are coaches, Stephen Rice & Domonic Clarke.

ICD boys run into history books

Students from the college made history in Dublin at the recent All-Ireland Cross Country Championships. The ICD Junior Boys team won the All-Ireland U15 Team Race. Already Ulster Champions, the team powered to victory becoming the first Tyrone school and the first integrated college to win an All-Ireland Cross Country Team title.

The event was held in Dublin City University with over 700 runners competing for All-Ireland success. The ICD team ran superbly to finish with a total of 91 points. They were led home by Kevin McCool, who always stayed in touch with the leaders, and crossed the line in 7th place. This was a fabulous effort and qualifies Kevin to represent Ireland at the UK meeting in England in April.

Kevin was followed home by strong finishes from Marty Gervin in 22nd place, Christopher Lockhart in 24th and Cormac Dolan in 28th place. Ryan Donnelly also finished strongly in 55th place and there were good performances from Alan Ford, Paul Cummings and Justin Bothwell.

In the Intermediate Girls’ race, Fionnuala Ross produced a strong run to finish in 9th place.

This success is the culmination of six months hard work and the students can now enjoy a few weeks rest before the start of the track season. Andrew Sleeth, Acting College Principal, congratulated the team on their return saying: “Congratulations to all the students who participated in particular to the Junior Boy’s Team for their outstanding accomplishment. Everyone in the college has followed the progress of this young team, their determination and dedication is to be admired and they have gained the respect of staff and students alike. Congratulations to the boys and to their parents who have supported them enthusiastically throughout the season.”


“E” District Cross-Country Championship – February 2006

At the recent Championships held at Dungannon park students from ICD performed extremely well. With 30 colleges and over 600 students taking place all the races were very competitive.

In the minor race Ciaran McCrudden, Dillion McCauley, Aaron McCann and Emma Rice all ran well. ICD first success came in the Junior Girls with Megan Bothwell coming in forth after a great run. This was followed up by the Junior Boys, team who finished 2nd in the race, lead home by Kevin McCool in 3rd pace. The rest of the team was Chris Lochart (8th),Cormac Dolan (10th), Martin Gervin (21st), Ryan Donnelly, Paul Cummings, Justin Bothwell and Alan Ford. Finally, the highlight of the day was a storming run from Fionnnula Ross, who won the intermediate girls race.

The students can now look forward to the Ulster Finals in Mallusk, Belfast, with some confidence. Special mention to Alice Murphy, Noamh Digby Bratton, David Steed, Sam William and Thomas Dolan for helping out with tea and coffee and officiating at the event.

Ulster age group championships

Well done to all ICD students who participated in the recent Ulster age group championships in Scotstown, Co Monaghan. While all ran very well, qualifiers for the Irish finals where Megan Bothwell, Fionnuala Ross and Martin Gervin

Felix McCullaugh 10K road race

Congratulations to Year 10 student Fionnuala Ross on winning the Girl's U19 sectionof the first Felix McCullaugh 10K road race ina time of 43m 51 secs. This was an excellent run so early in the season and a fine result considering Fionnuala is only 15 years old.

Kevin McCool was second in the Boys U19 category, clocking 42m 35 secs - again a very good run considering Kevin is only 14 years old.

Well done to all students and staff who competed in a very well organised and marshalled race over a very tough 10K course. Below are their times.

Stephen Rice & Aidan Dolan (both clocked 42m 51)

John Ross (44m 07)

Christopher Lockhart (44m 37)

Dominic Clarke (44m 51)

Adam Booth (49m 30)

Paul Cummings (50m 50)