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  • Anyone who has yet to pay registration for 2024 can do so at training. Forms can be downloaded by clicking here and are available at training. Cost is €20 per child, max. of €50 for family and covers until the end of 2024. There is a €1 fee per child per session.

  •, the insurance partner of Athletics Ireland, is running a special promotion whereby you can get €50 off your car or home insurance and will make a donation of €50 to the club if you use the discount code Inny123 when you sign up with them.

Training Times:

  • 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.

  • Changes to training will be notified by coaches on the club's WhatsApp group

Upcoming Fixtures:

  • Cavan National Schools Relays, 24th April, PeaceLink, Clones

  • Cavan Track & Field Championships, 12th May

  • Ulster Children's Games Track & Field (U9-13s) 2 June, Finn Valley

Photo Galleries:

Ulster Indoors, Abbotstown, 2-3 March

Well done to all who took part in the Ulster Indoor Track & Field Championships 2024 over the first weekend of March in the National Indoor Arena in Abbotstown, Co. Dublin. We had 15 athletes at the event across the two days and each represented the club and themselves very well.


Our athletes gave a great performance on track, with most of them running on the tight, banked track for the first time but making it look like they were well used to its unusual nature. They all did themselves and our coaches proud.


First up on day one was the U12 600m race, where Jamie Condon finished in 2min5.61sec, coming home in fourth place in her heat with Riley Condon in 10th position in a time of 2min18.31seconds. The relay team of Aideen Smith, Kayla Smith, Riley and Jamie Condon completed their 4x200m relay in fifth place in a time of 2min18.96sec.


In the U13 shot putt, Kaitlin Shaw collected a bronze medal for her throw of 7.80 meters and secured a place in the All-Ireland finals. Zoe Hogan ran her heat of the 60m race in a time of 9.13second to finish in second place. In the final, she just missed out on a medal but improved her time to 9.08sec and qualified for the All-Irelands as well.


Saibhe Mulvey ran well in the 600m race, finishing in fifth place in her heat and eleventh overall with a time of 2min01.98sec. The relay squad of Zoe, Saibhe, Ellen Rose Brady and Íosa Lynch came home in fifth place in a time of 2min10.97s


The Under 14 relay team of Isabella Condon, Aoife Leddy, Anna Whitney and Emer Briody finished their event in fourth place in a time of 2min07.99. Isabella also took part in the 800m race, finishing in 13th place in a time of 2min55.34s.


In the U18 girls, Margaux Renimel competed in the 60m sprint, finishing in 6th place in the final in a time of 9.28s. Margaux also took part in the 200m, finishing in 4th place in her heat in a time of 32.65s


Well done to all who took part today and hope you all enjoyed the experience.

More photos can be found on our gallery (click here) and the results are on the Results page.

Spring League Day 2 in Peacelink, Clones, 25 Feb

Day 2 of the Cavan Spring Development League was held in the PeaceLink track in Clones on Sunday 25th February. It was a cool but dry day for the event which saw our athletes competing across a range of sprints, throws, long jump, distance and relay races.


In the Under 9 events, there was a one-two finish for the club with Robyn Everett leading home Jessica Hannan for the gold and silver medals. Maisie O’Hare was the winner of a very tight turbojavelin event with a best throw of 8.99m, with Jessica in third place, having thrown 8.80m. The relay team of Maisie, Robyn, Jessica and Saoirse Tully picked up the gold medals in their 4x100m race.


In the boys events, Fionn Sweeney held off a late challenge to win the 300m race, with Louis Kelly coming home in third place. Caiden Smith was the winner of the turbojavelin with a best of 8.23m, followed by Fionn Heslin in second place thanks to his throw of 7.48m. In the 4x100m, the two Fionns, Caiden and Louis finished in second place.


In the U10 girls relay, Molly Fitzpatrick, was joined by Robyn, Saoirse and Jessica on the Innyvale team which won another gold medal. Molly also finished fourth in the long jump, leaping 1.99m. In the boys 60m, Callum Rotheram and Oisin Tully qualified for the final with first and second place finishes in the heats, with Oisin winning the final. In the long jump, Oisin collected a silver medal thanks to a best jump of 2.52m, with Callum in seventh having jumped 2.20m. The relay team of Oisin, Callum, Louis and Fionn Sweeney won their race.

In the U11 girls 600m race, Katie Hannan collected the silver medal before going one better in the turbojavelin, winning with a best throw of 9.47m. Leah Heslin’s throw of 8.88m saw her pick up the bronze medal. In the relay, Leah, Katie, Molly and Jessica formed the winning team. James Farrelly ran a great 600m race to pick up the bronze medal, while in the turbojavelin, Finn Briody was the runner up with a best throw of 14.30m, followed by Logan Rotheram in third with 13.45.


We had two teams in the boys relay event, with one taking the gold medal and the other the bronze. Team members were Oisin Tully, Caolan Brady, James Farrelly. Callum Rotheram, Adberrakib Mazel, Daire Sweeney, Finn Briody and Logan Rotheram.


In the U12 girls, Íosa Lynch and Riley Condon qualified for the final of the 80m sprint, with Íosa second and Riley third in their heats. Both ran well in the final but just missed out today. In the long jump, Íosa leapt a huge 3.39m to win the gold medal, with five Innyvale athletes finishing in the top ten of this event. We had two teams in the U12 girls relay, with the quartet of Aideen Smith, Riley Condon, Jamie Condon and Kayla Smith finishing in second place. The team of Íosa Lynch, Zoe Tully, Ellen Rose Brady and Neasa Smith finished next, picking up some well deserved bronze medals.


In the U13 girls, Zoe Hogan javelin with a best throw of 17.56m, with Saibhe Mulvey in second place thanks to her longest throw of 14.15m. Zoe went on to win the 600m race and took the runners-up spot in the shot putt, with a best throw of 6.56m. Kaitlin Shaw was the gold medallist in the shot, sending the 2kg weight out to 7.89m. And there was further success for the girls as the relay team of Zoe, Saibhe, Kaitlin and Íosa were the winners of the 4x100m.


The U13 boys 600m race Jack Briody and Conor Smith had great runs rewarded with the silver and bronze medals, while in the javelin, Tony Rotheram was the winner thanks to a throw of 15.94m. Conor was not far behind, his best of 14.79m seeing him finish in third place. Conor went on to win the shot putt with a best effort of 6.89m, with Tony’s 4.98m narrowly pipping Jack for the bronze medal. The relay team of Jack, Tony, Conor and Finn were the winning team in their event.


Saoirse Lynch was fourth in the U14 long jump, but also took part in the U15 javelin where her throw of 12.00m earned her a well deserved bronze medal. Saoirse then went on to help her team to win the 4x100m, with Saibhe, Kaitlin and Zoe completing the team. And in the Under 18 girls, Margaux Renimel ran a strong 100m event and was the gold medallist in today's final sprint race.


Well done to all who took part today. Photos from the day can be found on our gallery (click here).

Spring League Day 1 in Shercock, 18 Feb

The first Cavan track and field athletics event of 2024 took place in Shercock on Sunday 18th February with the Spring Development League. The competition saw a strong turnout from Innyvale AC, with athletes from Under 9s to U18s and masters taking part across a range of events.


The mild February morning got underway with the masters 3,000m event, where Brendan Tully got the club off to a winning start by taking first place overall. Donagh Reilly finished fourth overall and was the winner in the V1 age category.


In the children’s events, the under 9 boys quartet of Fionn Sweeney, Louis Kelly, Fionn Heslin and Caiden Smith took part in the 60m sprint, with Fionn Sweeney and Louis finishing second and third in their heats. Fionn picked up the bronze medal after finishing third in the final, before going one better in the long jump where he placed second. Louis was fourth, Fionn Heslin in sixth and Caiden in tenth.


We also had four in the U9 girls events, Maisie O’Hare, Saoirse Tully, Robyn Everett and Jessica Hannan who were decked out in club colours for the first time today. Saoirse was second in her heat of the 60m sprint, while Robyn and Jessica were first and second in their heat. In the final, it was once again a battle between these two girls, with Robyn taking the gold medal and Jessica the silver. In the long jump, Jessica was second with a best jump of 2.24m, with Robyn close behind in fourth place. Saoirse was seventh and Maisie eleventh.


The under 10 boys events, Oisin Tully put in a storming run in the 300m race to take the gold medal. In the turbojavelin Callum Rotheram’s best effort of 8.41m saw him narrowly miss out on a medal in fourth place while Oisin picked up another medal, with a winning throw of 10.31m.

In the girls turbojavelin, Navah O’Donohue was third with a throw of 5.70m, while in her first competition for the club, Molly Fitzpatrick won the event with a best throw of 7.13m.


The U11 boys 60m saw all four Innyvale runners qualify for the final, with Finn Briody winning his heat, Jackson Everett taking third and James Farrelly and Caolan Brady both finishing in fourth in their heats. But it was in the long jump where they shone brightest, with Finn winning with a best jump of 3.13m, James was fourth, Caolan fifth, Jackson sixth, Logan Rotheram eighth and Daire Sweeney in fifteenth place.


In the girls events, all three of our athletes qualified for the final of the sprint, with Leah Heslin and Evie Callery Tracey first and second in one heat and Katie Hannan winning the other heat. In the final, Katie put in another strong run to win the gold medal. The girls then went to the long jump where Katie’s best leap of 2.67m was the winner. In what proved to be a highly competitive event, Leah and Evie finished in fifth and sixth despite only being a very short distance behind, both reaching the 2.3m mark.


The U12 shot putt showed off Innyvale’s strength in depth, with seven athletes in the top ten. Kayla Smith claimed the silver medal with a throw of 5.15m, with sister Neasa Smith in third with a best of 4.73m. Sophie Lynch was next (4.31m), followed by Riley Condon in fifth place (4.24m), Maia Reilly eighth (3.74m), Jamie Condon (3.62m) and Zoe Tully (3.51m). In the 600m, Kayla finished the two lap race in second place, with Jamie Condon in third place.


In the U13 boys, Jack Briody came third in the heat of the 80m sprint, going on to finish sixth in the long jump, with Conor Smith in seventh. Zoe Hogan leapt 3.20m in the long jump to win the girls event, with Saibhe Mulvey in fourth and Kaitlin Shaw in seventh. In the 80m sprint, Zoe powered to the top of the podium with a strong winning performance.


Isabella Condon picked up two medals in the U14 events, finishing a very tough 800m race in third place and collecting another medal in the discus. In fact it was a clean sweep of the medals in the U14 discus for us with Isabella taking the bronze (11.45m), Saoirse Lynch taking the silver with a best throw of 15.34m, just being edged out by Kaitlin Shaw who threw 15.73m for the gold. And last but most certainly not least, Margaux Renimel took part in the U18 events and collected two gold medals in her first event for the club with first places in the 800m and the shot putt.


Well done to all who took part, regardless of were you finished. There were lots of great performances throughout and the Innyvale squad represented the club very well today and should be proud of themselves. It was fantastic to see such a large number of athletes from the club there today. Thank you to all the parents for bringing their children and their support.


Some photos from the day can be found on our gallery (click here), while full results can be found on the results page.

Sportshall Event in Shercock, 20 Jan

Cavan's 2024 competion season kicked off at the weekend with a sportshall event in Shercock on Saturday 20th January. This is an introductory, fun-focused event for those new to athletics competition with athletes taking part in a series of running, jumping and throwing events, as well as a team relay.

Well done to Alma, Robin, Daire, Fionn, Callum, Leah and Fionn and thank you to the partents who helped out on the day.

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