THE DONEGAL Surf Lifesaving Club won a stunning 28 medals at the National Junior/Senior & Master Surf Lifesaving competition in Limerick.
The superb haul also included four Irish records, while the junior boys team won the overall title – last won by Donegal 17 years ago in 2003.
The club is based mainly in Ballyshannon but has competitors from Letterkenny and other areas of the county.
Molly Nulty set new Irish records in the 50m manikin carry and 100m obstacles.
The junior boys set a new Irish record in the obstacle relay, while Cody Dunnion set an Irish best in the 200m super lifesaver.
Dunnion bagged a magnificent four gold medals, winning the 200m obstacle, 100m manikin carry with fins, 200m super lifesaver and 50m manikin carry. Dunnion was also part of the successful relay teams, winning two golds and a bronze.
The medal winners were:
Cody Dunnion 200m Obstacle – Gold Medal; 100m Manikin Carry with Fins – Gold Medal; 200m Super Lifesaver – Gold Medal; 50m Manikin Carry – Gold Medal
Molly Nulty 200m Obstacle – Gold Medal; 50m Manikin Carry – Gold Medal
Manikin Relay Boys Relay Team (Cody Dunnion, Aengus Flanagan, Louis Ryan & Adam McKinley – 4 Bronze medals
Obstacle Relay Boys Relay Team (Cody Dunnion, Aengus Flanagan, Louis Ryan & Adam McKinley) – 4 Gold Medals
Medley Relay Boys Relay Team (Cody Dunnion, Aengus Flanagan, Louis Ryan & Adam McKinley) – 4 Gold Medals
Caoimhe Gilligan and Chloe Kane Line Throw – 2 Silver Medals
Caoimhe Bond and Hannah Shiels Line Throw – 2 Bronze Medals
Louis Ryan 200m Obstacle – Silver Medal
Aengus Flanagan 200m Obstacle – Bronze Medal
Kealan McShea Super Lifesaver – Bronze Medal
Flynn Ryan Super Lifesaver – Gold Medal
Paddy Bond (Master) 100m Carry with Fins – Bronze Medal
Kieran Summerville (Master) 50m Manikin Carry – Bronze Medal