Meghan Ryan has been one of the most consistent team performers for D.S.D over the past ten years, on track and cross-country, winning many team medals at national level. The smile on her face as she sprinted to a bronze individual medal at the Senior National Indoor Championships, over 3,000m (9.43.35) in Abbotstown on Sunday, showed how much it meant to her to be on the medal podium. Meghan is now focused on the outdoor season with renewed vigour, as she seeks that elusive gold.
A great walking performance at 5,000m by Jerome Caprice, saw him pick up bronze, in a time of 20.39.24. Jerome will represent Mauritius in the upcoming Commonwealth Games.
Sinead Denny was also in fine form in the 400m as she finished 3rd in 54.31, to add to the large national collection over the past few years.
Other finalists were Abbie Taylor 3,000m 4th 9.47.20; Jodie McCann 1500m 7th 4.30.41; Luke McCann 1500m 6th 4.12.26; Kate Doherty 5th 60m hurdles 8.88.
Well done to all!
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