2016 Meath Cross country League Standings
Tara AC claim the 2016 Meath Juvenile Cross Country League Title
Another outstanding team performance from Tara AC on Day 3 of the League solidified there position at the top of the League taking Gold in the Grade A. Dunshaughlin had their largest haul of 296 points to secure second place and Bohermeen remained in the third spot their largest point pickings with 242pts.
Grade B saw Trim leapfrog Cilles with their largest haul of 241 points and into the top position with a total of 553pts. Cilles were consistent across the 3 days with 166pts on day 3 which wasn't enough to hold of the charge of the trims athletes and dropped into second place in the grade, Navan who jumped up from Gracde C on day 2 held firm onto 3rd place with another 166pts
Grade C saw no changes since Day 2 with ratoath scoring 118pts to secure the top spot, while Na Fianna held onto second place by a single point with a total of 273 with Fr Murphys scoring a total of 272 after their share of the spoils on day 3 was 95pts .
Grade D was won by St Andrews with 193 points in total , Star of the sea scored 20pts to secure 2nd place and Rathkenny held onto third to stay in the Grade, St Brigids held firm in Grade E.
Congrats to all of the clubs and athletes who made this league very successful and very exciting. Thanks to the members of the County Board and all involved who again organised a year of competition and development fixtures for the young upcoming athletes in the county.
Thanks to the people in Trim Ac for hosting the event, the warm welcome and the friendly atmosphere made the day very enjoyable for all.
Final League Results 2016
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See below results after a successful Day 2 of the Meath Cross country league
There has been a few potential decisive changes to the league table after the trip to Na Fianna's Baconstown venue
Grade A sees Tara move up from second place with a massive haul of 417pts giving them a lead of nearly 200pts over Dunshaughlin who dropped to second with an impressive 191pts, Bohermeen remain 3rd in Grade A with a significant improvement on Day1 scores.
Grade B's lead is maintained by Cilles who picked up 166pts with Trim holding onto 2nd and with a big score of 173pts Navan climb into the Grade B 3rd spot
The Grade C number one spot is held by Hosts Na Fianna after collecting 124pts with Ratoath holding onto 2nd place with 102, a drop from Grade B see Fr Murphys take the 3rd place position.
Grade D sees St Andrews jump into 1st place with Star of the Sea slipping into second and Rathkenny maintaining the 3rd spot in the Grade
Grade E stays the same with St Brigids improving on the last time out and holding onto the number one spot.
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There might be a few more changes after the Final Day3 which will be held in Trim's Porchesfield on Saturday 17th December in conjunction with the Meath Senior Cross Country Championships.
Looking forward to seeing you then
See below results after a successful Day 1 of the Meath Cross country league
After Day1 in the Grade A League Dunshaughlin have taken a 40pt lead over Tara with Bohermeen a further 67pts back.
Grade B is lead by Cilles with Trim only 17pts off and Fr Murphys only 7pts further back
Grade C is topped by Na Fianna with Rathoath a mere 3pts behind and Navan a further 26pts back
Grade D sees Star of the Sea leading with 98pts with St Andrews close behind on 76pts followed by Rathkenny on 45pts
Grade E Consists of St Bridgids on 17pts
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Day 2 will be held on Sunday Dec 4th in hosted by Na Fianna AC on a fast flat course in Na Fianna GAA, Baconstown Co Meath with directions on the fixtures page