McElduff claims Premier League crown in Tyrone
Breacach’s Conor McElduff claimed his first Tyrone GAA Handball Premier League title on Tuesday night following a terrific battle with Shane O’Neill in Beragh. McElduff, the Teamtalkmag GAA Handballer of the Year in Tyrone for the past two years, has certainly enjoyed another fantastic start to his new season challenges and was forced on this occasion to produce some of his best handball to date to deny the reigning four times premier league winner.
The opening exchanges in this contest proved very finely balanced and following a series of intensely contested rallies the duo found themselves deadlocked at 5-5. It was then that O’Neill broke to lead 13-5 but again the McElduff came back strongly and soon levelled the game again at 13-13, the contest taking some 40 minutes at this stage alone. O’Neill went 17-14 in front again though but after some fantastic rallying and an absolute lung-bursting 30 shot rally they were level at 17-17. From there McElduff appeared to take a grip on the match and won the opening game 21-17.
The second game saw O’Neill quickly into his stride again and he did lead 4-1 before they were back neck and neck again at 5-5. Some excellent offensive play to the corners from McElduff then proved decisive though and he gradually opened up a margin to lead 12-15 and while O’Neill delivered 5 unanswered aces to make it 12-10, Conor soon had the momentum back in his favour to go 17-10 in front. In typical resillient fashion though O’Neill grabbed a flurry of aces to make it 17-15 but was effectively chasing the game still and McElduff held his nerve to storm to the finishing line on a 21-17 scoreline.
A terrific league final indeed for the packed crowd in Beragh, despite the adverse weather conditions, and sees Conor McElduff claim the first senior silverware of the 40×20 season in Tyrone. Next up will be the Mens Open Senior Singles championship in the county but that will actually follow a host of provincial championship games scheduled over the coming fortnight, with the Ulster Mens Open Senior Singles Championship down for this weekend in Kingscourt.
can an 18 year old get arrested for dating a 14 year old Campbell claims Division 1 League honours
The Premier League final was preceded by this year’s Division 1 final as Breacach’s Jack Campbell faced Loughmacrory’s Joseph Kelly for the 2014/15 honours. Kelly had exhibited top class form in his semi final win over Sean Kerr and was fancied in this title decider but Jack Campbell was in super form on the night.
His retrieving in particular was superb and his ability to constantly peg back Kelly’s offensive play in a series of tough rallies had a major bearing on the final result. In the end Campbell ran out the winner of the 2014/15 Division 1 league with a 21-14, 21-13 victory. He will now set his sights on County and Ulster Minor championship challenges and will also go in with a favourites chance in the Tyrone Mens Senior B Singles Championship. Full fixtures for those are now released – daytrading binäre optionen CLICK HERE.
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The Tyrone Attic Stairs GAA Handball League action will conclude now in the week ahead, following the weekend postponement due to the weather, with the championships also to get underway this week. A total of three finals will be played on Thursday 22nd January evening, starting at 6.30pm in Beragh. The Girls Division 3 Dark Blue final will be an all Breacach affair following the semi finals which saw wins for Michaela McCartan and Elizabeth McGarvey. Michaela had a 15-3, 15-5 win over Loughmacrory’s Mairead Fox while Elizabeth McGarvey went to a tie-break to deny Loughmacrory’s Caitlin Conway in the other semi fnial by 11-15, 15-2, 11-5.
The Dark Blue Division 2 final will see Carrickmore’s Lorcan McBride meet Loughmacrory’s Shane Grimes. McBride defeated Conor Kelly 15-7, 15-5 in his semi final while Shane Grimes overcame Colm Logue in the second semi final by 15-10, 15-5. That final will now go ahead in Beragh on Wednesday night.
In the Adult Division 4 league, Ceapach’s Liam McCarney booked his place in this year’s final with a 15-5, 15-5 win over club colleague Brendan Gallagher. He will now meet Breacach’s Micky Owens in the Division 4 League final on Saturday evening at 6pm after he defeated club colleague, Sean Owens, 15-6, 15-5 in their semi final meeting on Sunday evening.
The Division 3 League Final has been rescheduled to conclude the programme of finals in Beragh on Thursday evening as Breacach duo, Turlough Clarke and Gerard Conroy face-off for the Division 3 honours, both having shown excellent form through the league.
The Division 1 Dark Blue Final will also complete the Thursday triple bill in Beragh as Loughmacrory’s Antoin Fox and Carrickmore’s Cormac Munroe will go head to head for that honour. Fox has been in excellent form, finishing top of the table in the league stages and overcame Maeve McElduff 15-7, 15-11 in the semi final while Munroe defeated clubmate Ciaran Cuddy by 15-9, 15-13 in their semi final meeting.
A review of all league finals will follow the finals.
go here Rescheduled League Finals 2014/2015
http://ramshergill.com/womens/luke-worral/ THURSDAY 22nd January 2015, Beragh:
http://docimages.fi/?dereter=handel-bin%C3%A4re-optionen-tipps&74c=e7 6.30pm, DARK BLUE DIVISION 3 LEAGUE FINAL: Michaela McCArtan (Breacach) v Elizabeth McGarvey (Breacach)
opcje binarne wersja demo 7.15pm, DARK BLUE DIVISION 1 LEAGUE FINAL: Antoin Fox (Loughmacrory) v Cormac Munroe (Carrickmore)
http://euromessengers.org/?biodetd=bin%C3%A4re-optionen-info&20f=cc 8.15pm, DIVISION 3 LEAGUE FINAL: Gerard Conroy (Breacach) v Turlough Clarke (Breacach)
SATURDAY 24th January 2015, Beragh:
6.00pm, DIVISION 4 LEAGUE FINAL: Liam McCarney (Ceapach) v Micky Owens (Breacach)