Milford man Paddy Marley was honoured with the Life Vice President of Athletics Eire Award on the AGM of Athletics Eire in Tullamore yesterday.
Paddy started his Athletics profession with Cranford AC within the early 1960’s.
He was a member of the all conquering Cranford group till he moved to Dublin and joined Clonliffe AC.
He represented Eire at 1,500m operating 3min. 51.2sec. towards Switzerland at Santry Stadium.
He turned Captain of Clonliffe the place they turned probably the most profitable membership over the next ten years below his management.
On retirement Paddy was elected an official with Athletics Eire and his spotlight got here in 1992 when he turned supervisor of the Irish group on the Barcelona Olympics.
Pictured above: Mr John Cronin, President of Athletics Eire with Adrian Curley, Chairman of Tullamore Harriers and Paddy Marley, Life Vice President of Athletics Eire.
Milford man Paddy Marley honoured by Athletics Eire was final modified: April sixteenth, 2023 by