Harriers star wins bronze medal

first_imgThames Valley Harriers’ Mohamud Aadan won the bronze medal at the London Cross Country Championships on Saturday.The 21-year-old produced a fine performance in the 10k race, which was won last year by Harriers’ Chris Smith, who missed out this time around because of injury.Aadan took Parliament Hill in his strideAadan was part of the leading group throughout, while team-mate Sean Refer finished 15th in an impressive Championships debut.AdChoices广告Ali Yahye made a welcome return from injury for the team, finishing in 96th – and third in the Under-20 race.In the womens’ race, which was over 6k, Tracy Barlow finished 20th, Jo Mobed 34th and Jess Bass in 61st in a field of 139 finishers.Follow West London Sport on Twitter.last_img read more

Busy day of intercounty action to come

first_imgThere’s also an Ulster Hurling Championship semi-final double header at the Athletic Grounds.Derry face Antrim at 5pm while Down go up against Armagh at 7pm.Tyrone and Cavan will be aiming to book their place in the Ulster Football Championship final.They go head to head in their semi-final in Clones from 2pm.They meet in the championship for the first time since 2005 when Tyrone won an Ulster semi-final replay after the sides had drawn six days earlier.In Round 1A of the football qualifiers, Leitrim face Waterford at Pairc Sean Mac Diarmada at 2pm.They meet in the championship for the first time. Offaly and Galway will lock horns in their semi-final at O’Moore Park at 3:30pm.Galway are bidding to reach the Leinster final for the fifth time since joining the province in 2009.Offaly last reached the final in 2004.last_img read more