memory from 2006 on the day Bohermeen athletics track opened, Patrick Reilly is being held by his aunt Marie, young Patrick was visiting from his home in New Zealand that day, he is also presently visiting Bohermeen and family locally , he has grown quite a bit since that photo was taken.
National juvenile Naca All Ireland track championships at the Mardyke Cork about 1993
How it looked in 1995 and today where Bohermeen athletics track is.
From the Archives “Juvenile League” 2003. Our memory is from the clubs juvenile league from 2003 pictured is 7 times meath senior cross country champion Darragh Rennicks 1st from right.
Pictured is the Bohermeen senior ladies’ team who won the Meath Nacai senior cross country team title in 1975, this was a landmark win as we believe it was the first time any Bohermeen parish senior ladies team won a Meath county senior title in any sport, we stand to be corrected. Pictured L-r Teresa Harrison, Joan Rogers, Bernie Duffy, Patricia Bell.
On the extreme right is the late Mattie McGrath from Oristown Parish a former Sr Catherine’s, Bohermeen & Dunboyne athlete wearing number 86, beside him wearing number 56 is the eventual winner of the first ever Dublin marathon in 1980 Dick Hooper from Raheny. Mattie McGrath went on to finish 15th overall and his finishing time was 2-34.26. He was the first ever Meath athlete home in the very first marathon in 1980.
Happy International Women's Day to our club President Mrs. Sheila Mallon, seen here in 2011 as Meath Athletics President and presenting Darragh Rennicks with his winners medal following his Meath senior cross country victory at Ardbraccan.
Lough Key Forest Park 2009 Looking back to the All Ireland B cross country championships at Lough Key Forest Park at Boyle in Co Roscommon. The Bohermeen boys under 11 team are pictured with Patricia Fox, L-r Zak McGowan, Kevin McGrath, Alan Monahan, Declan Ball, Eoin Monaghan.
The late Jerry Kiernan with some Bohermeen members at the Bohermeen half marathon in 2020,sadly Jerry passed away in January of 2021.
Derrick Keating was another great club athlete who made the podium many times in cross country and on track, seen here in 1st place.
Looking towards Bohermeen AC 50th function on October 27th, pictured the clubs senior ladies team at the All Ireland cross country championships in the 1980s also members of the Meath team.
Bohermeen AC track building circa 2006. With thanks to many people who worked many Saturdays free giving their voluntary time to the project.
Bohermeen AC Senior ladies team at the Rennicks Cup cross country race in Bohermeen in the 1980s with Faughan Hill in the background-r Joan Rogers, Lorna Rennicks,Teresa Harrison, Agnes Rogers.
Down memory lane -1980s. Bohermeen AC Chairman from the 1980s Paddy Reilly, is seen leading this cross country race.
Bohermeen AC Girls under 14 team which won the Meath Naca cross country championship about 1993. l-r Valerie Newman, Aveen English, Siobhan Barker, Catriona Ball, Laura Swan, Bridget Reilly
Bohermeen Athletic track.Pre 2005. Today when we see lovely facilities , we take it for granted that they were always there, but it takes years of energy and support to provide these facilities.Thanks to those who have always supported the club over the years.
Down memory lane from the 1980s. Pictured Paddy Lynch & Derrick Keating manning the gate at the Rennicks Cup in the 1980s, when the event was ran as a cross country race. The venue was beside Oatlands School.
Just a few years back representing Meath in the Leinster cross country championships. Alan Monahan with Kevin McGrath & Conor Nash.
This photo was taken at the Meath track championships in Dunboyne track in the month of May about 1990.
Bohermeen runners in action from a few years back for Meath in Tullamore, Blaine Rennicks passes the relay baton to Richard Byrne.