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We are currently taking our summer break and training will return in September. Hope everyone enjoys the holidays!
  • Registration forms can be downloaded by clicking here and can be returned at training. Membership is €20 per child, max. of €50 for family and there is a €1 fee per child per session.

Training Times:

  • We are currently taking our summer break and training will return in September. Hope everyone enjoys the holidays!
  • Training for all age groups every Tuesday from 6.00 to 7.00pm in Dr. Plunkett Park, Kilnaleck.
  • Additional training for those who wish to take part in competition takes place on Thursday at 6pm.

Upcoming Fixtures:

  • National Senior Track & Field Championships 26th & 27th June in Santry's Morton Stadium.
  • National Children's Games (Under 9 - 11s) 2nd July in Tullamore Co. Offaly.
  • National Track & Field Championships (U12-19s) 3rd, 9th & 10th July in Tullamore, Co Offaly.

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Lana Flies the Innyvale Flag at All-Irelands, 9-10th July 2022

The All Ireland Juvenile Track and Field Championships concluded for the club on the 9th and 10th July, with Lana Morton competing in the Under 17 girls shot putt and discus. Lana made steady improvements throughout the rounds of the discus, before moving up to sixth place with her sixth and final throw which sent the 1kg disc out to a distance of 22.19m, nearly four meters further than at the Ulsters. In the shot putt, Lana finished in seventh place, her best throw of the 3kg shot coming in the fourth round and sending it out to 9.14m, a strong improvement of 1.3m on her Ulster result.

Well done Lana!

All-Ireland Children's Games, Tullamore 2nd July 2022

The All-Ireland Children's Games took place on Saturday 2nd July in Tullamore, Co. Offaly and six Innyvale AC athletes took part in the event.

Zoe Hogan and Kaitlin Shaw took part in the U11 turbojavelin event, where they finished as the 11th placed team in a very tight contest that saw five teams finish within a metre of each other. Zoe threw 14.49m and Kaitlin 11.27m. On the track, Katie Hannon was unlucky to just be pipped on the finish line, pushing her down to fifth place in her heat of the 60m sprint in the morning, while Aoibhinn Farrelly finished in 8th place. The pair went on to run the 300m race in the afternoon, where the girls had a spirited run to finish in ninth and fourteenth places in a packed field.

The boys U9 turbojavelin event was an unlucky one for Jackson Everett and Logan Rotheram, with the crosswind blowing two of Jackson’s throws, including his best, outside the sector. Both boys managed to get a clean throw in at the final round, with Jackson throwing 10.39m and Logan 5.75m, their combined score putting them in 13th place overall. Logan also took part in the 300m race, where he knocked two and a half seconds off his times at the Ulsters to finish fourteenth despite getting boxed in by other athletes as they came around the bend.

Well done to all. The coaches really enjoyed watching everyone's development and are very proud of their achievements and progress throughout the past year.

Some photos from day can be found in the club’s gallery.

Innyvale AC's Casey Mulvey grabbed two podium places at the national track and field championships in Dublin. The Cavan woman took shot putt silver and hammer bronze in Morton stadium Santry adding more medals to the Innyvale mantle-piece.


Casey fourth effort in the shot put of 13.58 metres claimed silver head of Dundalk’s Katherine O’Connor who twice threw 13.42 metres. Gold went to Swinford’s Michaela Walsh with a best of 14.58 metres.

Casey took a surprise bronze medal in the hammer with a best of 48.97 metres achieved on her sixth and final throw. Caseys best was just 22 inches further than Adrienne Gallen of Lifford Strabane’s best to claim bronze.

Well done Casey


Ulster Shot Putt & Hammer Medals for Casey Mulvey, 18 June

The Ulster Senior Track and Field Championships were held on Satruday 18th June in Belfast's Mary Peter's Track and Innyvale AC's Casey Mulvey was in action in the hammer and shot putt events. Casey threw 13.84m in the shot putt, leaving her just over two meters clear of her fellow competitors and earning her an Ulster gold medal.

Casey followed this up with a great effort in a tightly contested hammer throw event, where she sent the 4kg weight out to a distance of 49.62m, just 9cm behind the event's winner and collected another Ulster medal, this time the silver.

Well done Casey

Lana Morton Wins Ulster Silver & Bronze Medals, 12 June 2022

Congratulations to Lana Morton who travelled to the Antrim Forum on Sunday 12th June to take part in the Ulster Track & Field Championships and picked up two Ulster medals in the Under 17 category. Lana earned a silver medal for the shot putt, sending the 3kg shot out to 7.84m, while in the javelin, she threw 21.66m to take the bronze medal. Lana also took part in the discus event where she finished in fourth place, her throw of 18.43m with the 1kg discus enough to see her qualify for the All-Irelands in all three events. Well done Lana!

Ulster Children's Games, Clones, 5th June 2022

The Ulster Children’s Games Track & Field competition for Under 9 to 13s took place in the Peacelink track in Clones, Co. Monaghan on Sunday 5th June and saw a contingent of 20 athletes from Innyvale AC taking part. This event is both an individual competition for all ages, but also sees children in the U9-11 ages paired up with their clubmates, with the top three pairs in each event qualifying for nationals in July.

The U9 girls sprints saw Aoibhinn Farrelly and Katie Hannon both winning their heats, with the duo eventually placing fourth and seventh overall. The girls also took part in the 300m race with Katie taking fourth place, Aobihinn sixth and Heidi Donohoe finishing in eleventh place. Aoibhinn's and Katie's results qualify them for the All-Irelands next month in both events, with the girls being the third best pair in the sprint and second best team in the 300m.

The boys events saw the pair of Jackson Everett and Logan Rotheram competing in the turbojavelin and the 300m race. Jackson’s third place in the turbojavelin thanks to a best throw of 10.60m saw him claim the bronze medal. The boys ran well in the 300m event, a difficult contest with twenty athletes jostling for position and despite getting held up twice by other athletes trying to find a gap for themselves to run in, Jackson managed to finish eighth place, with Logan in fourteenth. The boys did well enough to be the third placed team in both events and move on to nationals.

In the U10s, Aoibhinn Kelly was the highest placed Cavan athlete in the girls turbojavelin, with a best throw of 8.46m, while Íosa Lynch was likewise the best placed Cavan runner in the 60m sprint, but in an event where a tenth of a second is the difference between four athletes, the tight margins saw her squeezed down to fifteenth place out of the 32 competitors. The girls relay team of Íosa Lynch, Ruby Reilly, Katie Hannon and Aoibhinn Farrelly took part in a closely fought contest where they finished in fifth place. The boys team of Charlie Reilly and Jake Brady were tenth and thirteenth in the turbojavelin, the highest finishes for any Cavan athlete with best throws of 10.44m and 8.63m respectfully.

The under 11 girls saw Zoe Hogan lead the charge of the Cavan athletes with a fine run to ninth place, while Kaitlin Shaw finished the turbojavelin event in fourth place, her best throw of 12.54m just 16cm behind the bronze medal position. Zoe’s best throw of 10.80m saw her finish in fifth place, with the pair ending the day as the second best team in the event, meaning they qualify for the nationals too. The U11 relay team of Sáibhe Mulvey, Zoe Hogan, Íosa Lynch and Ruby Reilly had to fight off some stiff competition to finish in fourth place in their relay race.

The U11 boys turbojavelin saw Tony Rotheram finish in 13th place with a best throw of 8.14m, making him the second best of the six Cavan athletes on the day, with Tony and Charlie Connaghan running well in their 60m sprint. The U11 boys relay team of Charlie Connaghan, Tony Rotheram, Charlie Reilly and Jake Brady finished in eighth place, hot on the heals of the teams in front of them.

The Under 12 boys long jump saw Calum Reilly make a big step up in performance to jump 3.74m, just 13cm shy of the medal positions. It was an extremely tight contest, with Calum’s jump being equalled by three others in the event, with Calum being credited with fifth place on countback. James Brady, Dylan Farrelly and Cormac Kelly all finished very close together in the same event, a nice bit of competition that will push the boys on to new hieghts. The boys relay team of Cormac Kelly, James Brady, Dylan Farrelly and Callum Reilly finished their 4x100m event in sixth place.

Well done to all who took part and thank you to all the parents and coaches who travelled for a long but enjoyable day.

Qualifiers for All- Irelands on 2nd July in Tullamore:

  • Under 9 girls - Katie Hannon & Aoibhinn Farrelly in 60m and 300m;
  • Under 9 boys - Logan Rotheram & Jackson Everett in turbojavelin and 300m;
  • Under 11 girls - Zoe Hogan and Kaitlin Shaw in turbojavelin.

The full results can be found on our results page, while photos from the day are on the club's photo gallery here.

Cavan Children's Games, Shercock 15th May 2022

Well done to the athletes who took part in the Cavan Track and Field Championships in Sherock on Sunday. A great day with many brilliant performances from all. Thanks to all who travelled today to support Innyvale AC. Results will be posted once available and photos from the day can be found in our gallery by clicking this link.

Spring League, PeaceLink Track, Clones 13th March 2022

An enthusiastic group of 29 athletes from Innyvale AC took part in the Cavan Spring League athletics competition on Sunday 13th March at the PeaceLink athletics track in Clones. Our young athletes, ranging from eight to fourteen, were a mix of seasoned athletes and those experiencing athletics competition for the first time and they brought a positive mood which could not be ruined by the at times very windy day and occasional rain showers.

The event got off to the strong start for the club as our under 10 girls picked up two medals in the very first race, the 60 meter sprint, thanks to Íosa Brady and Ruby Reilly finishing second and third in their race. Íosa went on to earn the silver medal in the long jump with a best distance of 2.01m. The U10 girls team of Ruby, Íosa, Jamie Condon and Riley Condon were the winners of their 4x100m relay, while the boys U10 team of Logan Rotheram, Sean Galligan, Mason Cullen and Jackson Everett came home in second place in their relay.

Katie Hannon had a winning debut for the club, taking the gold medal in her very first race, the under 9 girls 300m and went on to win the U9 turbojavelin event with a best throw of 6.77m. In the U9 boys, Jackson Everett finished the 300m race in second place. Jackson also picked up the silver medal in the turbojavelin with a best throw of 10.23m, with Mason Cullen taking the bronze medal with a best of 7.85m. The two boys were also part of the gold medal winning relay team.

In the U11 events, Zoe Hogan put in a fine performance in the distance race, finishing the 600 meters in second place. And it was a clean sweep of the medals in the turbojavelin for the club with Kaitlin Shaw (9.29m), Zoe Hogan (8.95m) and Saibhe Mulvey (7.76m) finishing in first, second and third places respectively. The U11 girls relays featured two Innyvale teams who came in second and third places. Well done to both teams of Kaitlin Shaw, Ruby Cullen, Zoe Hogan and Saibhe Mulvey and to Riley Condon, Ruby Reilly, Íosa Brady and Jamie Condon.

Charlie Connaghan qualified for the final of the u11 boys sprint thanks to his third place in the heats and went on to take 5th place in the final. Charlie, Tony Rotheram, Sean Galligan and Logan Rotheram ran well in the relays, picking up the bronze medal in the U11 event. In the U12 girls 60m sprint, Emer Briody lead a tight battle with clubmate Mella Brady and was just pipped by Mella at the finish for the bronze medal. Emer and Mella, together with Isabella Condon and Amy Hogan teamed up for the U12 relay where the girls took silver medals for their second place.

The U12 boys long jump saw Patrick Cussan take third place with a best jump of 2.71m. The sprint event saw four Innyvale athletes making it through to the final and although they finished just outside the medals, they combined their strong performances to take third place in the relay. Well done to Patrick Cussan, Ari Sasy, Aaron Rooney, Callum Reilly, Aidan Galligan, Charlie Connaghan and Tony Rotheram.

The quartet of Ciara O'Reilly, Holly Cullen, Mella Brady and Isabella Condon took third place in the U13s girls relay. Liam Briody was the winner of both the U14 boys 80m sprint and long jump, while in the U15s, Zak Farrell picked up silver in the javelin thanks to a best throw of 16.87m before a hard fought 800m race which saw him finish in third place. Aoibhinn Tully finished her 100m sprint in third place in the U16 girls and went one better to take the silver medal in the long jump.

Well done all and thank you to all the parents for bringing their children to the event. Photos from the day can be found on our gallery (click here) and provisional results can be found on the Results page.