Triple GAA Handball All Ireland Colleges successes for Tyrone

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Tyrone schools have exhibited highly impressive form in the current 40×20 Colleges championships. Last weekend Tyrone’s young handballers were in superlative form in the Ulster Colleges Boys 40×20 championships winning a total of nine provincial titles from the twelve championship titles on offer with Dean Maguirc College, Carrickmore winning four gongs, Omagh CBS claiming two, Loreto Grammar School winning two titles and St. Ciaran’s College taking one title.

This time around seven of those provincial championship winners travelled back to Kingscourt to contest the GAA Handball All Ireland 40×20 Colleges Championship series against the cream of the colleges champions from the other three provinces.

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Firstly at Junior level, Tyrone schools emerged victorious in both the Boys and Girls doubles championships.

Ciara Mullan and Elizabeth McGarvey, representing Loreto Grammar College, Omagh, produced two fantastic displays to claim the Girls All Ireland Colleges 40×20 Junior Doubles Championship honours. In  the semis they denied opposition from Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip, Kildare, the semi final as they defeated Mollie Dagg and Ciara Harrington by 15-8, 15-12. That set up a final head to head with Aoife Floyd and Niamh O’ Brien of St Joseph’s College, Tulla (Clare) and this saw a brilliant game develop between the quartet of talented young girls with Mullan and McGarvey eventually claiming their All Ireland Colleges title by 15-10, 14-15, 15-9.

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: Ciara Mullan & Elizabeth McGarvey (Loreto Grammar College, Omagh) dft Mollie Dagg & Ciara Harrington (Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip, Kildare) 15-8, 15-12
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source link Girls JD Final: Ciara Mullan & Elizabeth McGarvey (Loreto Grammar College, Omagh) dft Aoife Floyd & Niamh O’ Brien (St Joseph’s Tulla, Clare) 15-10, 14-15, 15-9

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Ciara Mullan and Elizabeth McGarvey, representing Loreto Convent Grammar School Omagh, receive their All Ireland 40×20 Junior Doubles Colleges Championship gold medals from GAA Handball President, Willie Roche.

Next up was the Boys Junior Doubles Championship and Omagh CBS’ Antoin Fox and Lorcan McBride had exhibited brilliant credentials in winning the Ulster honours. This time they served up a very polished display with excellent retrieving and pass and kill play to firstly beat Padraig Dunne and Eoin Doheny of Colaiste Mhuire Johnstown, Kilkenny in the semi final by 15-4, 15-11. They followed up with a 15-9, 15-3 All Ireland Colleges final win against last year’s All Ireland Under 14 doubles runners-up, Daire Madden and Sean McAdams (Borrisokane CC, Tipperary), to take the honours to the Omagh school.

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Boys JD SF1: Lorcan McBride & Antoin Fox (Omagh CBS) dft Padraig Dunne & Eoin Doheny (Col Mhuire Johnstown, Kilkenny) 15-4, 15-11
Boys JD SF2: Daire Madden & Sean McAdams (Borrisokane CC, Tipperary) dft Stephen Raftery & James Smyth (Glenamaddy CS, Galway)
Boys JD Final: Lorcan McBride & Antoin Fox (Omagh CBS) dft Daire Madden & Sean McAdams (Borrisokane CC, Tipperary) 15-9, 15-3

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Antoin Fox and Lorcan McBride, representing Omagh CBS, receive their All Ireland 40×20 Junior Doubles Colleges Championship gold medals from GAA Handball President, Willie Roche.

Tyrone’s All Ireland 40×20 Colleges Championship treble was completed when Dean Maguirc College, Carrickmore, became the third schools from the County to claim All Ireland Colleges gold on 2015 finals day in Kingscourt. For the second year running, Aoife Kelly and Eilise McCrory teamed up to take the Girls Senior Doubles honours and they did so in some style against highly regarded opposition. A semi final win over Katie Dagg & Hannah Dagg of Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip, Kildare by 15-5, 15-7 was followed by a most impressive All Ireland final display to beat Catriona Millane and Clodagh Neville of Laurel Hill Colaiste, Limerick by 15-9, 15-5.

GAA Handball All Ireland Girls Senior Doubles 40×20 Championship Results:
Girls SD SF1: Aoife Kelly & Eilise McRory (Dean Maguire, Carrickmore) dft Katie Dagg & Hannah Dagg (Colaiste Chiarain Leixlip, Kildare) 15-5, 15-7
Girls SD SF2: Catriona Millane & Clodagh Neville (Laurel Hill Colaiste, Limerick) dft Karen Cosgrave & Emma Cosgrave (Balla Secondary School, Mayo) 15-1, 15-6
Girls SD Final: Aoife Kelly & Eilise McRory (Dean Maguire, Carrickmore) dft Catriona Millane & Clodagh Neville (Laurel Hill Colaiste, Limerick) 15-9, 15-5

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Aoife Kelly and Eilise McCrory, representing Dean Maguirc College Carrickmore, receive their All Ireland 40×20 Girls Senior Doubles Colleges Championship gold medals from GAA Handball President, Willie Roche.

Tyrone also went very close to All Ireland glory in the All Ireland Colleges Championship Boys Junior Singles event. Darragh Canavan, representing St. Ciaran’s College, Ballygawley, has already been highlighted as one of the most improved young players in the game and at national level on Saturday certainly exhibited that he is a name to be very aware off. A 15-7, 15-1 win over the Leinster colleges champion, Eoin Brennan (St Kieran’s College, Kilkenny), saw him face last seasons emphatic All Ireland Under 14 champion, Tiarnan Agnew, and this proved to be one of the matches of the day. In the end Canavan turned in a brilliant display only to lose out in the tie-break game by 15-10, having lost the opener 15-12 and winning the second 15-13.

GAA Handball All Ireland Boys Junior Singles 40×20 Championship Results:
Boys JS SF1: Darragh Cavanan (St. Ciaran’s, Ballygawley) dft Eoin Brennan (St Kieran’s College, Kilkenny) 15-7, 15-1
Boys JS SF2: Tiernan Agnew (St Camin’s College Shannon, Clare) dft Peter O’Donnacha (Ghairmscoil Einne, Inis Mor, Galway) 15-12, 15-7
Boys JS Final: Tiernan Agnew (St Camin’s College Shannon, Clare) dft Darragh Cavanan (St. Ciaran’s, Ballygawley) 15-12, 13-15, 15-10

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Darragh Canavan went very close to bringing the All Ireland Junior Singles Colleges Championship title to St. Ciaran’s College, Ballygawley, on Saturday, losing out in the All Ireland final to brilliant Clare teenager, Tiarnan Agnew. He is pictured with his legendary GAA star father, Peter Canavan.

In the All Ireland Boys Intermediate Singles Championship there were again high hopes for gifted Breacach teenager, Sean Kerr, representing Dean Maguirc College. However, Kerr is considerably young for this grade and lost out in the All Ireland final to last year’s All Ireland Minor Championship runner-up, Fergal Coughlan (Rice College, Ennis) on a 15-12, 15-8 scoreline.

Boys Intermediate Singles Final: Fergal Coughlan (Rice College, Ennis) dft Sean Kerr (Dean Maguire, Carrickmore) 15-12, 15-8

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Sean Kerr, representing Dean Maguirc College Carrickmore, receives his All Ireland 40×20 Intermediate Colleges Singles Championship silver medal from GAA Handball President, Willie Roche, with winner Fergal Coughlan.

Ryan Mullan, representing Omagh CBS, has also been in solid form of late and went with big hopes in the blue ribband event, the Boys Senior Singles Championship. However after an epic semi final with Keith Armstrong (FCJ Bunclody, Wexford) in which Mullan won the opening game 15-10, he lost out the next two at 12 and 7 against the eventual champion.

Boys SS Semi final: Keith Armstrong (FCJ Bunclody, Wexford) dft Ryan Mullan (Omagh CBS) 10-15, 15-12, 15-7.

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Ryan Mullan, representing Omagh CBS, lost out to eventual champion, Keith Armstrong, in a tie-break of the Senior Singles Colleges Championship semi final.

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Eoghain Quinn & Ronan Lagan of Dean Maguirc College, Carrickmore were also in action on All Ireland Colleges day but lost out in the semi final stages of the Boys Senior Doubles championship to emphatic winners Emmet Landy and Darragh O’Shea, Colaiste Eamann Ris, Callan, Kilkenny

Overall another terrific run of form by Tyrone’s young handballers at All Ireland level, in which Tyrone finished joint top of the 2015 All Ireland Colleges Championship roll of honour with three titles alongside county Clare.

All attention for Tyrone’s Juvenile Handballers now turns to this week’s Tyrone GAA Handball Juvenile 40×20 Championship Finals with Boys deciders in Beragh on Monday and Tuesday evening from 6.30pm and the Girls Finals in Beragh next Friday evening also from 6.30pm.

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