Track & Field

Flashback Friday: National Seniors 1996

BLE Championships- Santry June 15/16, 1996

We go all the way back to 1996 ahead of the year’s National Senior Championships. The Atlanta Olympics were just around the corner but if you check out the results, not much has changed!

 

Men

100 M
1 N Ryan Nenagh 10.74
2 I Craig Annadale 10.75
3 J Mc Adorey Ballymena 11.03
200 M
1 N Ryan Nenagh 21.10
2 P Brizell Ballymena 21.56
3 T Cummins Limerick 22.20
400 M
1 E Farrell DCH 47.56
2 B Forbes Mid Ulster 48.49
3 D Hough Corran 48.65
800 M
1 D Mathews UCD 1.48.1
2 D Caulfield DCH 1.48.52
3 J Nolan UCD 1.49.03
1500 M
1 N Bruton Clonliffe 3.41.68
2 M O Sullivan Leevale 3.42.27
3 K Nason Leevale 3.42.8
5000 M
1 J Daly Nenagh 14.34.82
2 P Mc Kinney Civil Service 14.54.2
3 C Mc Loughlin Clonliffe 14.54.09
10000 M
1 S Dollman Kentucky 29.17.49
2 N Berkeley DSD 29.17.56
3 T Mc Grath Mullingar 29.55.2
110 M H 
1 P Coughlan Crusaders 14.08
2 S Cahill Cushintown 14.14
3 JC Schlechter Brown Un 14.84
400 M H 
1 T Mc Guirk DCH 50.61
2 D Thom Ballymena 52.38
3 B Liddy UCD 52.89
3000 M S/Chase
1 J Murray DCH 8.39.24
2 C Smith DCD 8.58.16
3 C Gallagher Finn Valley 9.03.76
10 K Walk
1 J Mc Donald DCH 41.02.52
2 M Casey Sligo 43.27.43
3 P O Callaghan UCD 43.37.41
High Jump
1 M Mandy Cannock 2.23
2 A Burke UCD 2.19
3 K Keane DCH 2.10
Pole vault
1 D Mc Dermott Borrisokane 4.50
2 B Deanesy Blarney 3.70
3 F O Connell Grange 3.60
56 Lbs Height
1 S Fitzpatrick North Laois 4.70
2 J Menton Donore 4.40
3 P Maher Brow Rangers 4.40
Triple Jump
1 M Mc Donald Borders Hrs 15.04
2 L Kelly St Albans 13.72
3 J Logan Crusaders 13.48
Shot Putt
1 J Farrelly DSD 15.12
2 G Nagle UCD 14.63
3 J Menton Donore 14.49
Discus
1 N Sweeney DSD 60.66
2 J Menton Donore 50.66
3 G Nagle UCD 47.18
Hammer
1 R Lincheid Donore 72.88
2 P Mc Grath Raheny 67.58
3 S Lincheid Donore 61.08
Long Jump
1 C Mc Donagh Fr Murphy 7.74
2 G Devlin Ballymena 6.76
3 K Cogley DMP 6.56
Javelin
1 T Mc Hugh DCH 73.92
2 A Kearns Raheny 59.80
3 D Crawford Cuchulainn 59.38
56 Lbs Distance
1 J Menton Donore 8.73
2 S Fitzpatrick North Laois 8.07
3 J Farrelly DSD 7.23

Women

100 M
1 L Barry Emerald 12.35
2 A Hearne Waterford 12.40
3 A Farrelly Clonliffe 12.53
200 m
1 J Stokes Ferrybank 24.46
2 L Barry Emerald 24.97
3 M Smith Clonliffe 24.97
400 M
1 E Nicholson DCH 54.79
2 E Arnold Lagan Valley 56.32
3 J Mc Kenna Metro St Brigids 56.43
800 M
1 F Davern UCC 2.05.65
2 A Mulloy DSD 2.06.49
3 M Prendiville UCC 2.06.82
1500
M 1 S O Sullivan Ballymore Cobh 4.15.24
2 S Delahunty Kilkenny 4.16.81
3 U English DCH 4.17,29
5000 M
1 C Mc Kiernan Cornafean 15.27.10
2 M Mc Mahon Marian 15.43.00
3 K Mc Candless Finn Valley 15.55.89
5 K Walk
1 D Gallagher UCD 22.00.05
2 O Liughnane Loughrea 23.52.56
3 G O Sullivan Fannanfore 24.16.06
100 M
1 P Naughton Nenagh 14.44
2 G Redmond Cushington 14.48
3 B Hall Brown Un 14.73
400 M
1 S Smith Waterford 56.01
2 F Norwood Kilkenny 61.26
3 M Hynes Loughrea 63.20
Javelin
1 A Moffit North Down 49.10
2 K Campbell Lisburn 44.24
3 D Shakespeare DSD 43.70
Triple Jump
1 S Hoey UCD 11.95
2 C Hanafin St Johns 11.60
3 F Mullen WSAF 11.50
Hammer
1 J Kirkpatrick Lisburn 48.90
2 T Renda Brown Un 47.46
3 O Kelliher Limerick 46.68
Long Jump
1 J Stokes Ferrybank 5.97
2 G O Mahony Claremorris 5.76
3 S Good Cushington 5.40
Shot Putt
1 E Gavin Limerick 12.45
2 N Coffey Navan 12.12
3 A Moore Rathfarnham 11.76
Discus
1 A O Brien West Waterford 41.06
2 E Gavin Limerick 39.56
3 A Wallace Lisburn 38.14
High Jump
1 B Tierney Browne Nenagh 1.73
2 J Vyfschaft Ballymena 1.70
3 F Kavanagh SLOT 1.65

Image via PhotoRun
Previous post

Symmonds refuses to yield; threatens to sue USATF after Nike conflict

Proper winning the 100m at the 2014 national championships
Next post

Ireland's Fastest Females: The Ones To Watch At Nationals

Ronan Duggan

Ronan Duggan

Ronan Duggan is an athlete, coach, athletics fan and, most importantly, was once named Bandon AFC's under-12 Player of the Year. He was once a promising athlete but is now a promising coach, teacher and part-time athletics writer/broadcaster. While an 800m runner himself, Ronan has coached everything from pole vault to 10km with varying levels of bluffing. He has regularly been threatening to do something for years but is yet to deliver. He is regarded as our expert on the American running scene, though has yet, to prove his knowledge in this realm.

No Comment

Leave a reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <strike> <strong>