Five athletes representing Donegal clubs will don the green jersey as they compete for Ireland at the European Athletics Championships in Munich this month.
Finn Valley quartet of Mark English, Brendan Boyce and twin sisters Eilish and Roisin Flanagan will all travel to Germany, while Letterkenny AC’s Ann-Marie McGlynn will also compete.
Mark English, who was agonisingly close to qualifying for the final of the 800m at the World Championships in Oregon last month, will be hoping to keep up that form in the same event.
The Finn Valley AC man was 5th in his semi-final with a time of 1:45.78, with Australian Peter Bol’s 1:45.58 being the time to beat to make the final.
English ran a season’s best the previous day, running 1:44.76 at the Hayward Field in Eugene, the fastest time ever run by an Irishman in a Championship race.
Milford man Brendan Boyce will be competing in the same event as the Worlds Championships, as he tackles the 35km race walk again.
Boyce was 25th as he also finished with a season’s best time of 2:33.31.
Meanwhile, Eilish Flanagan will represent Ireland in the 3000m steeplechase, while her sister Roisin is competing in the 5000m.
Letterkenny AC’s Ann-Marie McGlynn is set to compete in the Marathon event.
McGlynn along with Boyce are two of five who have been previously selected from the squad of 35.
Tír Chonaill AC’s Kelly McGrory is a non travelling reserve for the 4x400m relay.