Left-arm spinner Chris Lamont, eight for 87, including a hat-trick, was Melbourne’s top bowler, with captain Nikita Miller, two for 49, as next best. Over at the Goodyear Oval, St Thomas are 178 for eight in response to the 163 posted by Kingston Cricket Club. Captain Carlton Baugh Jr, with an unbeaten 53, has led the way so far for St Thomas, with Jamie Trenchfield, 33, providing support. In-form left-arm spinner Paul Harrison, five for 33, has claimed most wickets for Kingston. Earlier, fast bowler Keno Wallace, three for 35, did most damage for St Thomas against Dennis McGarvey, 49, and Garth Garvey, 40. Unbeaten Melbourne and St Thomas are in pole position at the end of day one of their two-day Jamaica Cricket Association Senior Cup semi-final clashes against the University of the West Indies (UWI) and Kingston Cricket Club, respectively. The Melbourne versus UWI clash, which is being played at the Sir Frank Worrell Oval, UWI, has the former in command at 145 for one, 103 runs behind UWI first-innings score of 242. Steven Taylor and Trevon Griffith, both on 63 not out, will resume batting today for the visitors. Playing in his fourth match for the club, Taylor has hit five fours and a six, with Griffith also scoring an identical amount of boundaries. Earlier, the UWI were led by an entertaining 88 from national all-rounder Rovman Powell. The 22-year-old, who is set to represent the Jamaica Tallawahs in the upcoming Caribbean Premier League Twenty20, struck nine sixes and three fours and took UWI from a testing position of 15 for four. Jevaughn Buchanan, 53, also provided support, with national captain Paul Palmer Jr falling for zero.
The club committee has decided that one of the main objectives for 24/7 in 2017 will be the development of the Junior section of the club.For this to work we need members to step up and put forward their name to set up a committee and get this up and running. A few people have already approached the committee and put their names forward but we need as many people volunteering their help to ensure this will be a success.With this in mind the committee will also be organizing a Child protection course in the coming weeks. Triathlon has seen a huge increase in popularity in the last few years and the club believes this is the perfect time to get this structure in place and look after our future star triathletes.Anyone interested and willing to get involved please contact Martin Donnelly, Nick Fowell or Pauric Kelly.Lanzarote Training Camp 2017Triathlon Ireland are running a triathlon training camp in the beautiful island of Lanzarote. The camp will run from 15th May to 22nd May The camp will includeDaily Coached swim sessionsBikes and Run sessions for all levelsAdditional strength and conditioning sessionsOpen water swimmingRace prep and video analysisFully Qualified and experienced coaches will guide you through the week while allowing you the time to enjoy your own time outside of the organised sessions.Added bonus is that Ironman Lanza takes place at the same time and you will be able to take in the full atmosphere of the race week.The cost of the trip is €450 (flights not included) which includes full coaching and additional sessions, accommodation with breakfast ,a deposit of €150 secures your place and numbers will be limited to 15 ,flights are available from Dublin and Belfast.This offer is exclusively for 247 club members only if sufficient numbers are reached. If you’re interested please contact Michael on 0833746607 orMichael@triathlonireland.com Ladies only Meeting There will be a meeting taking place this Thursday the 19TH January for all ladies to discuss the 2017 racing year. The meeting will take place In Pat Brady’s The Kitchen (opposite new Dunnes Stores) at 8.15.Club Information NightThe club will also be running an information night for all club members on Friday the 27th January 7pm- more to follow in the coming weeks. Carrigans 5k The first of the Lifford AC’s 5k series took place in Carrigans on Sunday. Clint Doherty, Pat Brady and Terence Quinn all with fantastic times. A promising 2017 season lies ahead for the trio!Letterkenny National Series Sprint DuathlonThe 2017 Letterkenny Sprint Duathlon will take place on Sunday 26th February. Sponsored by The Kitchen this race is part of the National Series of races.Don’t forget the entry fee for both individual and relay teams is €25, with a special early bird price of €20 for all entries received prior to January 31st.Sign up to the event on Facebook to keep up to date will all information and upcoming competitions for a free entry!2017 Club MembershipThe club would like to remind all members that 2016 Triathlon Ireland membership cards have now expired and you must renew your TI and Club memberships as you are no longer insured during club training sessions. All details on renewing membership can be found on the Triathlon Ireland website. Full Results- Carrigans 5kClint Doherty 18:12Pat Brady 20:36Terence Quinn 23:18Club TrainingClub training continues as follows:Tuesday: Track session- 7.45pmWednesday: Swim session- Advanced 7-8pm, Intermediate/ Beginners 8-9pmThursday: Long Run session leaves from Aura at 6.30pmSaturday: Club cycle leaves from Aura at 9amSunday: Turbo Sessions at Speer Performance 9amLetterkenny 24/7 Triathlon Club to develop junior section was last modified: January 17th, 2017 by Chris McNultyShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)