The club has had mainly a distance running tradition but there has been some excellent track and field performances as well– Michael McCarthy (age 15) jumped 1.73 metres in the High Jump on his way to Leinster and National recognition in 2007 while Adrian Toolan won many National titles including an U/14 800 metres in 2001 and a senior Schools 400 metres victory in 2006 with a pb of 49.6 seconds.
The addition of Joe McNally to the veteran squad of Tommy Maher, Domo Moran, Paddy Mangan, Joe Brady, Mick & Charlie O’Brien, Vinny Dwyer and Alan Doyle (former Irish International boxer) have brought home many Meath, Leinster and National masters titles in the last few years.
There is a very vibrant ladies section in the club with many ladies who just took up running to lose a few pounds are now a core part of the racing squad. Shauna Moore and Shauna Moran are leading the way despite their young age and teamed up with Ursula Byrne and Linda Fahy for a 1,2,3,4 at the 2008 Meath Cross Country Championships.
Robbie Mathews is the leading male distance runner at the moment and his Meath senior cross country championship win on the same day was a testament to his resolve and substance over many tough years.
Training for underage athletes is at the community centre on Tuesdays 6 – 7pm with emphasis on fun and participation while the older age groups meet up on Thursday evenings for a more competitive session.
Seniors, masters and older juveniles meet at weekends by prior arrangement if they are not competing.
There are approx 100 juvenile members at present where families like the Swans, Mooneys, Murrays, Ushers, and many more carry on an athletics tradition in the area that began almost 70 years ago.