2019 Summer League Results Update
Post date: Jun 16, 2019 10:29:31 PM
At the mid-way point in the competitive end of the 2019 Summer League it is worth taking a look at the latest Summer League Results table. So, to help motivate you on your run around Warrenscourt Wood on Tuesday evening here is a summary of the current Summer League leaderboard.
In the Long course men's section Johnathan Lucey tops the leaderboard with a total of 42 points, Eric Curry is currently in second place with 59 points and Patrick Murphy is in third place with 71 points. However, there are two orienteers who will no doubt muscle their way into the top spots very soon. Both Darragh Hoare and Conrad Daly have only completed four events each to date and presently have a very low points tally of 7 and 8 points respectively.
In the Long course women's section Trishia O'Mahony with a current total of 20 points leads the field. Just two points behind her is Elaine Sheridan. Liz Deane sits in third place with 36 points. Similar to the men's section there are two ladies looking to knock our current leaders off their perch. Aoife O'Sullivan presently has four wins from four events and is looking like the bookies favourite for this year's Long course Women's championship title. A mere 6 points behind Aoife is Caroline Murray. Once she achieves her six events she will be vying for a podium finish.
On the Short just two people have attended all five events in the 2019 Summer League so far and presently Ciara Fitzgerald with 23 points has a commanding lead over our current runner-up Ruaudhai O'Brien who has a total of 108 points.
There are still five competitive events left in the league and with competitors 6 best events to count in the overall league tables there are lots of opportunities for everyone to finish the league and also lots of time for participants to improve their overall league standing by bettering their results over the remaining five events.
Be sure to check out the tables to see were you lie and who you can chase down over the remaining events.
Hopefully these results might help you to push yourself a little harder over the terrain in Warrenscourt Wood on Tuesday night.
Best of luck!