Pupils from the area produced impressive results recently across the Schools’ Athletics Championships programme.
Antrim Forum meetings led to progress for Lismore Comprehensive, Craigavon Senior High School and Lurgan Junior High School.
Lismore’s Holly Mulholland finished second in the junior girls’ 75-metre hurdles with a time of 12.64 seconds.
As a result, she will now tackle the All-Ireland Schools’ Athletics Championships boosted by Ulster silver success.
Jack McNeill from Craigavon Senior High School registered a personal best in the Ulster intermediate boys’ high jump.
He clocked up 1.86 metres on the way to silver glory and a spot in the Irish finals on Saturday, May 30.
Lurgan Junior High School pupils returned from the Antrim Forum with an even split across gold, silver and bronze within the 18-strong District medal haul.
Results by Lurgan Junior High School pupils are as follows after the District Championships:
YEAR EIGHT (mini boys) - 4x100m relay: Harry Bird, Oliver Millar, Alex Wheelan, Luka Dovidatis (gold); 100m: Luka Dovidatis (gold), Shane Adamson (bronze); long jump: Alex Wheelan (silver); high jump: Oliver Millar (silver); 800m: Alex Wheelan (bronze).
YEAR NINE (minor boys) - 4x100m relay: Jamie Hamilton, Troy McConville, Callum Ferris, Zac Davidson (gold); long jump: Zac Davidson (silver); high jump: Callum Ferris (silver), Troy McConville (bronze); 800m: Jamie Hamilton (bronze).
YEAR TEN (junior boys): 4x100m relay: Josh Abraham, Josh Richardson, Mark McElhinney, Ben Davidson (gold); javelin: Harry McDowell (gold); 800m: Adam Hilditch (gold); long jump: Tyler Boyce (silver), Ben Davidson (bronze); high jump: Alan Shelsher (silver); 100m: Ben Davidson (bronze).