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Star Michaela hammers it

AI Games

Swinford junior Michaela Walsh produced the performance of the day at the Glo Health AI Games when she won the hammer with a mighty throw of 58.87m.

A strong headwind affected sprint times, with Marcus Lawler of St Laurence O'Toole's and DCH's Steffi Creaner winning their 200m races in 21.79 and 24.53. Later, Rathfarnham's Stephen Gaffney won the men's 100m in 10.92 beating Lawler; Sarah Murray of Fingallians was first woman in 12.14.Trim's Harry Purcell victory won the 800m in 1:52.17, while DSD's Sinead Denny rook the women's 400min 55.01.