Adam Kirk-Smith became the second DTC athlete of the weekend to win on the worldl stage when he  triumphed in the 3000m steeplechase  at the Loughborough International in the English Midlands. 

Adam stretches out the lead.

Earlier Jason Smyth had won over 150m at the GreatCity Games in Manchester (see previous post).

Enya Haigney was the top DTC performer at the Ulster Schools taking bronze medals in both the 400m and 800m in the Senior Girls age group.

Enya (left) in the 800m.

Kayla McLaughlin also performed well to make the finals of both the Intermediate Girls’ 300m and 300m hurdles. Kayla also ran in the  heats and final of the  4 x 100m for her school St. Cecilia’s to complete a very busy afternoon for the talented 15-year-old.

Dan Haigney, Tomás Haigney, Sé Heaney and Dylan Doherty also acquitted themselves well at this level.