Liffey Descent finalised results 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

The finalised results for the 59th International Liffey Descent 2018 are now available. Thanks again to all our participants, volunteers, sponsors, supporters and staff for all your continued support with this great event. We couldn’t do it without you. Read more

Will you be at Junior Paddlefest 2018?

It is that time of year again. It always rolls around so fast. This event would be nothing without all your help and perseverance year in and year out! For that, we in Canoeing Ireland, would like to thank you for all the time you take out to make the Junior Paddlefest Event such a roaring success. Your volunteering doesn’t go unnoticed or unappreciated. Read more

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Lower Liffey Race Results 2018

Lower Liffey Race Results 2018Sponsored by The Canoe Centre

The Lower Liffey Race Results 2018 are as follows:

Lower Liffey Race 2018
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
476 Barry Watkins Long Course K1 01:18:00 1
498 Donnacha Brennan Long Course K1 01:26:08 2
478 Senan Forristal Long Course K1 01:26:55 3
483 Aisa Cooper Long Course K1 01:28:25 4
471 Eamon Forristal Long Course K1 01:35:18 5
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
257 Mawer van Lonkhuyzen Long Course K2 01:21:30 1
463 Mescal Horkan Long Course K2 01:31:33 2
433 McCormack Barry Long Course K2 01:38:28 3
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
497 Barry Stratford Short Course junior Mens GP 01:39:42 1
285 james McBReen Short Course junior Mens GP 01:48:23 2
261 Zac Todd Short Course junior Mens GP 01:49:10 3
263 Noah McGovern Short Course junior Mens GP 01:51:10 4
484 Ciaran Malloy Short Course junior Mens GP 01:55:59 5
260 Eoghan Connell Short Course junior Mens GP 02:00:19 6
494 Daniel Stratford Short Course junior Mens GP 02:05:20 7
265 Damien Stratford Short Course junior Mens GP 02:11:26 8
283 Christian O’Sullivan Short Course junior Mens GP 02:17:09 9
284 Jason O’Sullivan Short Course junior Mens GP 02:17:11 10
486 Calum Clarke Short Course junior Mens GP 02:18:59 11
271 Katie Tuck Short Course junior Mens GP 02:22:03 12
173 Sinead Power Short Course junior Mens GP 02:22:04 13
829 Sean Noud Short Course junior Mens GP 02:35:48 14
292 Ben Higgins Short Course junior Mens GP 02:39:17 15
273 Alin Martinas Short Course junior Mens GP 02:39:20 16
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
475 Aaron Thorpe Short Course Junior Mens K1 01:13:03 1
479 Alex O’Brien Short Course Junior Mens K1 01:16:25 2
481 Adam Forster Short Course Junior Mens K1 01:24:27 3
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
287 Amy Templin Short Course Junior Womens GP 02:18:32 1
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
466 Aoibhin O Broin Short Course Junior Womens K1 01:39:00 1
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
295 Cooper McCarthy Short Course K2/T2 01:13:33 1
296 Michael Farrell Lar O’Brien Short Course K2/T2 01:21:35 2
256 Logan Toomey Short Course K2/T2 01:22:40 3
468 Caffrey Caffrey Short Course K2/T2 01:24:08 4
473 Pitcher Farrell Morrissey Short Course K2/T2 01:31:40 5
470 Morrissey Morrissey Short Course K2/T2 01:55:25 6
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
457 Mark Redmond Short Course Mens GP 01:29:40 1
430 Terry Smith Short Course Mens GP 01:30:55 2
474 Gregory Healy Short Course Mens GP 01:30:58 3
500 Dermot Forristal Short Course Mens GP 01:37:42 4
496 Craig Stratford Short Course Mens GP 01:40:34 5
462 Pat Hendrick Short Course Mens GP 01:44:35 6
282 Richard Gallagher Short Course Mens GP 01:46:30 7
298 Paul McGovern Short Course Mens GP 01:48:23 8
270 Andrew Smylie Short Course Mens GP 01:51:17 9
846 Patrick Stratford Short Course Mens GP 02:01:00 10
289 Aidan Durkan Short Course Mens GP 02:15:32 11
288 Conor McGuire Short Course Mens GP 02:15:41 12
456 Gary Cross Short Course Mens GP 02:18:18 13
459 Seamuse Byrne Short Course Mens GP 02:18:19 14
286 Enrico Templin Short Course Mens GP 02:18:33 15
461 Oliver Clarke Short Course Mens GP 02:19:00 16
491 Thomas Alexander Short Course Mens GP 02:20:35 17
472 Brian Keating Short Course Mens GP 02:24:00 18
281 Sean Meagher Short Course Mens GP 02:26:14 19
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
259 Matt Burke Short Course Mens K1 01:16:45 1
280 Eamon Quigley Short Course Mens K1 01:17:45 2
469 Brian Nolan Short Course Mens K1 01:21:02 3
477 Niall Power Short Course Mens K1 01:31:48 4
489 Damian Furlong Short Course Mens K1 01:41:10 5
294 Brendon Goodrich Short Course Mens K1 01:52:52 6
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
494 Alexander Stratford Short Course Open Canadian ( Open to all C1/C2 craft) 02:05:20 1
480 Ray Kane Short Course Open Canadian ( Open to all C1/C2 craft) 02:15:30 2
Bib No. Name Category Total time Place
482 Yvonne Stratford Short Course Womens GP 02:01:03 1
465 Julie O’Shea Short Course Womens GP 02:05:50 2
449 Cliona O’Donovan Short Course Womens GP 02:08:05 3
299 Heather Alexander Short Course Womens GP 02:20:40 4
277 Lauren Casey Short Course Womens GP 02:25:45 5
276 Venetia Vernon Short Course Womens GP 02:25:47 6

Sports Capital Programme 2018

Get your applications in now!

The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport, Shane Ross T.D. and the Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Brendan Griffin T.D., today announced that €40 million is being made available under a new round of the Sports Capital Programme (SCP). The SCP is the Government’s primary vehicle for providing support to sports clubs and communities to develop sports infrastructure around the country. Applications can only be made online from 9am on Friday 7th September until 5pm on Friday 19th October, 2018.

Minister Ross stated “This is further excellent news following a superb summer of Irish sporting achievements. Recently we launched our new National Sports Policy 2018 – 2027 which confirmed our commitment to invest in sports facilities in the years ahead. The opening of a new round of the Sports Capital Programme shows that we are committed to delivering on this objective. The programme itself has already transformed sports facilities in practically every community in Ireland. The €40 million that is now available provides an opportunity for even further improvements and I would urge all organisations with a suitable project to apply”.

The Minister of State, Brendan Griffin highlighted the changes to the terms of the new programme. “While the Sports Capital Programme is already hugely popular with sports clubs across so many different sporting disciplines, we are determined to make the application process as simple and user-friendly as possible.  We undertook a detailed review of the 2017 round of the Sports Capital Programme and the recommendations arising have been fully factored in to the new terms and conditions of the 2018 scheme.  In particular, we are introducing some significant changes in our assessment methodology to ensure that we minimise the number of invalid applications. We will also give even greater priority to applications from disadvantaged areas and projects that promote the sharing of sports facilities with other clubs and the wider community.”

All applicants must be registered on the Department’s online system and the Ministers encouraged any clubs which are not already registered to do so now. The guide to making an application was also published on the Department’s website today on www.sportscapitalprogramme.ie(link is external). Registrations will close at 5pm on Friday 5th October.

Welcoming the opening of applications, Minister for Education and Skills Richard Bruton T.D. said, “I’m delighted that this year, following an agreement by both my own Department and the Department of Tourism, Transport and Sport, that all schools may now be able to avail of the Sports Capital Grant Scheme as long as they do so in conjunction with a sports club. This is a great opportunity and I encourage all interested schools to apply.”

Clubs who wish to register on the Department’s online system can do so now at www.sportscapitalprogramme.ie(link is external). Once registered, all applications must be made on the same website. The system will be open for applications from 9am on Friday 7th September to 5pm on Friday 19th October, 2018.

A guide to making an application and a link to YouTube video instructions is also available on the Department’s website.