Derg AC are parttaking in Clare County outdoors on May 13th and 14th in Lees Rd Ennis. Start time at 10am for hurdles and high jump.
Congratulations to Rosie Foley, Archie McNamera and Larry Arthur who are awarded County Sports Star Awards. They will receive their awards on Friday January 13th at the Auburn Lodge Hotel.
Derg AC 2017 Calendars are available at training and at The Forge for 12E. They make a great Christmas present
The Clare indoors will take place on Sunday Jan 29th 2017 in Nenagh. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or let coaches know if interested in competing.
Fit4Teens programme is aimed at youths aged 12-19 who would like to get fit in a fun, non-competitive environment.
Athletics year runs from Jan - Dec. Fees can be paid at either the Saturday or Tuesday training session. Click More Details for Registration forms.
Derg AC, in partnership with Ballina Killaloe RFC and Clarisford Park Ltd are currently scoping plans for the development of a 200m all-weather running track, throw area, long jump and a rugby training area within Clarisford Park
Dean Mulqueen won Gold in the 100m hurdles in the schools All Ireland in 2015. Jamie Stuart won Munster 400m and Aaron Quigley won Munsters 1500m in Jan 2016. All boys are very dedicated athlete and has a very promising future.
Training has started for the upcoming indoor and outdoor track and field season. See more details for ages for the 2016 season.
The Senior section of the club has been up and running since mid- 2014. This year DERG AC will have athletes competing on the track, indoors, cross country and road throughout the course of the year across all competition grades including Masters, Novice, Intermediate and Senior Level
To help ensure the safety of your children attending athletics, could we ask you to ensure that the children in your care are accompanied to the paddock gate by an adult and that they are signed in. Children should also be collected from the paddock gate. Please inform the children in your care that the only time they can leave the paddock during training is when they are accompanied by coaches. If they need to use the toilet during training, they must be escorted by their parent or alternatively by two adults.