Six Tyrone GAA Handball Juvenile Singles & 3 Adult League titles for Loughmacrory – LOUGHMACRORY

Six Tyrone GAA Handball Juvenile Singles & 3 Adult League titles for Loughmacrory

What a GAA Handball week it has proven to be for the Loughmacory Club following the Tyrone Juvenile Singles Championship Finals. The Club won 5 from 5 out of the 7 Boys Singles County Finals played on Sunday, secured the Girls Under 14 Singles title on Saturday and were hugely unlucky not to add in the Under 16 Girls county title too.

In addition to that Loughmacrory also secured three Adult Tyrone GAA Handball League Titles following the Finals week in that event last week. Congratulations to Stephen Conway, Antoin Fox and Caitlin Conway who secured Tyrone League titles and to runners-up Chris Curran, Patrick McCullagh, Niall Toner and Mairead Fox.

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Six County Juvenile Singles champions at the weekend and another five silver medalists too.

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  • BU10 Singles Champion: RUAIRI McCULLAGH
  • BU11 Singles Champion: GARY McALEER
  • BU12 Singles Champion: EOIN McELHOLM
  • BU15 Singles Champion: DIARMAID GALLAGHER
  • BU16 Singles Champion: ANTOIN FOX
  • GU14 Singles Champion: MAIREAD FOX

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  • BU11 Singles Runner Up: Eoin Donaghy
  • GU10 Singles Runner Up: Tara Curran
  • GU12 Singles Runner Up: Dearbhail Fox
  • GU16 Singles Runner Up: Caitlin Conway
  • GU17 Singles Runner Up: Claire Conway

Below are the review pieces on each final involving Loughmacrory players:

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Loughmacrory Juvenile Champions, runners Up and League champions in major Tyrone GAA Handball Finals in January 2016

In all there were fourteen County ‘A’ Juvenile Singles Championship Finals played and almost all ties proved to be epic tussles. Packed to capacity stands were treated to brilliant handball from our rising young stars over the two days.

We already highlighted the field of players who were in action in the References “cialis apcalis 20mg”, in Geiriadur Prifysgol Cymru Online (in Welsh), University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh & Celtic Studies, 2014 Boys Under 16 Singles championship and as can be seen from the calibre of players on view it really has been an exceptionally strong series. The grade started out with eight players who between them possessed the following: The 2015 Ulster & All Ireland Under 16 Singles Championship Runner up, the 2015 Ulster & All Ireland Under 16 Doubles Championship Runner up, the 2015 Ulster & All Ireland Under 15 Singles Champion, the 2015 Ulster & All Ireland Under 15 Doubles Champions, the 2015 Ulster & All Ireland Under 14 Singles Champion, and the 2015 Ulster Under 14 Doubles Champion. The games did not disappoint either along the way with top class quarter finals and again the semi finals provided handball of the highest calibre. That did not even include the fact that all seven players above have also won a number of other titles in 2015 which includes a gold and six silver medals at the World Handball Championships. When considering that four players from that seven will not now even make the Tyrone County handball team and it shows the strength within the county at this level.

In the end it came down to the anticipated showdown between the top two seeds, Learn more about ginseng tea trickster online (selegiline) which is used to help control the symptoms of Parkinson’s disease (PD) by increasing the amount of dopamine. Cormac Munroe (Carrickmore) and Learn about lexapro compared to effexor xr (Nevirapine) may treat, uses, dosage, side effects, drug interactions, warnings, patient labeling, reviews, and related medications. Antoin Fox (Loughamcrory), after the duo denied Lorcan McBride and Darragh Canavan respectively in tough semi final encounters. Another rip-roaring action packed final was expected between the duo in the Blue Ribband Under 16 decider on Sunday evening and the jam-packed crowd were not disappointed as a brilliant contest ensued. It must be said that the standard of play on view from both players was of the highest order, as good as has been witnessed in the county and would have stood favourably at the business end of the national series too. Fox served up a truly superb display of power-packed shooting with an exceptional array of kill-shots and top class 18 inch low power passes to carve out hard fought aces. His retrieving was also top drawer while Munroe continually chased and harried for every shot, getting back some almost impossible looking balls and hitting some highly intelligent corner kills of his own too. However, it was the high octane offensive play and cool composure from the Loughmacrory player that stood out on the night and he powered to a 21-12 win in the first game, that game actually lasting 39 minutes. The second was keenly contested again all through with Fox leading at 5-2, before going 8-5 behind, and then going in front again at 11-8, 15-10 and 19-12. Both players had seven serves each at that latter scoreline and although Munroe made a late rally to make it 15-20, Fox finished the action with a flattened kill from deep court to take the title.

The blue ribband event on She’s Ace Finals Day in Carrickmore, the Girls Under 16 Singles, saw the title go to  tofranil online österreich Carrickmore’s Ciara Mullan in the end, although it proved a most unlucky end to the game for her opponent, is meclizine prescription only Loughmacrory’s Caitlin Conway. The latter was in brilliant form in the game and had led for much of the contest with tight serving into the left being followed by some terrific corner kills added into an array of defensive play which included ceiling and three-wall shots. Conway was an impressive 21-10 winner in the opening game and did lead by 14-7 in the second game before the talented young Carrickmore player made a rally to close the gap to 14-10. It was at that stage then that Caitlin injured her ankle, at the end of a long rally in the back right corner, and was unable to resume at the end of the 15 minute injury period thus seeing Ciara Mullan collect the 2016 honours in the grade. Ciara has been a model of consistency this year too and played some fine handball on the day and it should be added that the Girls Under 16 grade in Tyrone has proven very strong indeed.

Boys Juvenile Singles 40×20 Championship Finals

Five titles for Loughmacrory, two for Carrickmore and one to play…

The Boys Juvenile Singles finals went down for decision in Carrickmore on Sunday with the opening three finals on the card going to the Loughmacrory GAA Handball Club.

The County under 10 Singles Championship has proven to be a fantastic grade for the development of GAA Handball in the county and, with 48 young players starting out in the series three weeks ago, has seen some super handball along the way. In the end it came down to a decider between Loughmacrory’s Ruairi McCullagh and Carrickmore’s Shea Munroe, with both young players having shown terrific skill along the way. In the end it was McCullagh who produced a most assured display for a nine year old with eye-catching use of court, fly kill shots and retrieving to run out an impressive winner on a 15-9, 15-2 scoreline. A great display and no doubt we will be seeing much more from Ruairi in the future while it should be pointed out that Shea has shown great determination and skill too with another year to compete in this grade.

At Under 11 level, the title was always going to go to the Loughmacrory Club with colleagues, Gary McAleer and Eoin Donaghy meeting in the final. Both young players had exhibited impressive credentials in coming through the draw but Gary McAleer was really an emphatic winner in the end in a strong championship series. Strong serving and powerful play from centre court proved decisive as he came through in straight games to collect his first County singles championship title and no doubt will be seeing a big showing in the years to come from the young Loughmacrory player.

The Boys Under 12 Singles Championship brought some terrific games through the competition also and certainly seen two high quality young players win through to serve up a repeat showdown of the under 10 final of two years ago. Breacach’s Connor Owens went into the final having won the Under 10 and Under 11 in the past two seasons and the number 1 seed was impressive in the quarters and semi final win against Ronan Fox midweek. Loughmacrory’s Eoin McElholm was equally impressive though and had a fine semi final win against Breacach’s Patrick McCann and he carved out an eye-catching win in the end of a fantastic game. The Breacach player gave a super display, in the opening game, of intelligent two-handed play with solid reading of the game and fine precision killshots off both hands. That provided a 15-7 win for Connor in that opener but Eoin McElholm, who still has another year in the grade in 2017, began to rally for everything in the second game. He made some super retrieves, coupled with terrific pass and killshots play himself back into contention and level the match with a 15-10 win in the second. Both young players continued to show up strongly in the tie break but McElholm, growing in confidence, fired up some excellent corner kills to pull away and take the honours with an 11-2 tie-break win.

The Boys Under 15 Singles Championship brought a fourth title of the day to Loughmacrory as Diarmaid Gallagher exhibited great composure to win his first county singles title against Breacach’s Caolan McCartan in a very good game. Gallagher was very impressive in the opening game with a strong three wall serve and good pass and kill-shots seeing him win 15-5. He looked set to secure a very impressive win on the day when he opened up a 13-5 lead too in the second but Caolan showed great fight to claw his way back with great running and retrieving seeing him win the next ten aces of that game to level the match. However it was the Loughmacrory player who siezed the initiative to regain control in the tie-break and when he opened up an 8-1 lead there was no way back for the Breacach player and Gallgher held out to claim his county medal.

She’s Ace Juvenile GIRLS Singles 40×20 Championship Finals

Three titles each for Breacach and Carrickmore, one for Loughmacrory…

The youngest players on court on She’s Ace Juvenile Finals Day brought the curtain down on the Girls Under 10 Singles Championship. Loughmacrory’s Tara Curran and Breacach’s Aoife Kerr were evidently both chasing their first county singles titles and everyone was most impressed by the skills on display from the talented young duo. It proved to be a finely balanced contest for much of the way before Aoife showed some great consistency to get vital late marks and win the title on a 15-11, 15-10 scoreline. That of course made it an opening ‘double’ on the day for both the Breacach Club and the Kerr sisters.

The She’s Ace Under 12 Singles final saw the recent World 11 & Under doubles champions against each other asLoughmacrory’s Dearbhail Fox faced up to Carrickmore’s Cloda McNamee. That match followed some great games in the championship on Thursday evening when Cloda McNamee defeated Breacach’s Kerry McNamee and Dearbhail Fox denied Breacach’s Bronagh Farley in the second semi final. There really were some fabulous rallies in this contest with both players showing some terrific two-handed play and finishing but the Carrickmore players greater consistency from deep-court was decisive in the end as she took the honours by 15-6, 15-10. Cloda will be fancied to go well in Ulster while Dearbhail of course will compete in the grade again in 2017.

In the Girls Under 14 Singles Championship Final, Loughmacrory’s Mairead Fox went in as a hot favourite to continue her superb run of form, having reached the Dark Blue Division 1 Final and boasting a very solid record at national level in her grade over the past few seasons. Breacach’s Sarah Devlin continues to improve with every season too and tried very hard all through but the Loughmacrory player was most impressive in her clinical use of court and emerged a convincing winner of the title, bringing the first girls honours of the day to her club.

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