Tullamore was the venue on Saturday last for the National League Finals and Ferrybank AC women were defending their Premier title and their men were also in the Premier final with West Waterford women in the Division One decider, unfortunately neither of the teams figured in the honours list. The Ferrybank women had to compete without a number of key athletes including  Jessie Barr and Kelly Proper and finished fourth overall behind DSD Dublin, Bandon and Leevale. They did have good winning performances by Niamh Whelan 100 and 200 metres, Cara Kennedy hammer and Megan Kiely 100 metres hurdles, and third placings by Megan Kiely 400 metres hurdles, Sonia Kennedy discus and Sorcha Murphy high jump.