Tyrone handballers contest 60×30 Ulster finals
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http://www.beaujolais-challenge.com/?nikolsa=site-de-rencontre-la-grande-motte&124=20 The Ulster 60×30 Adult Singles Championship Finals will go down for decision this weekend on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th August 2014 with a number of Tyrone players involved in finals.
http://ramshergill.com/womens/alysha-in-palace/favicon/websites/1/favicon/websites/1/favicon.ico Loughmacrory will play host to three finals, commencing at 3pm with an all-Tyrone Minor singles provincial decider. Breacach’s Johnny Woods has enjoyed a near impeccable campaign in which he started out by reaching the Tyrone Senior Premier League final at just 17 years of age. Woods became the first Tyrone player to win the All Ireland minor singles and doubles 40×20 championship titles in the same season back in March and he then went on to secure a most impressive One Wall Nationals triumph at 19 & Under level. He picked up the Mens B Singles crown at last weekend’s Lough 1Wall Showdown, thus maintaining a near unblemished record in competitive handball in 2014. Woods will be very eager to achieve another major feat in trying to win the All Ireland Minor Singles 60×30 softball crown but first must take on Carrickmore’s Ryan Mullan to win his way out of Ulster. The unassuming Carrickmore player partnered Woods to that Minor doubles title in the 40×20 and is a very talented young player who will ensure that a great contest is in store.
http://poloclubmiddennederland.nl/umpires-test/ Conor McElduff is another player who has enjoyed a remarkable season on the courts also. The Breacach player started his campaign in the Tyrone Mens Open Singles championship final but has since gone on to his greatest ever triumph in becoming the first Tyrone player to win an All Ireland Mens Open championship title. That was in the Mens Open Singles decider at the One Wall Nationals in Castlebar in July and he now turns his attention to the ‘big court’ where he will take on Cavan’s Cormac McMahon in the Junior final in Monaghan. McMahon was an All Ireland finalist in the 40×20 Junior B Singles and McElduff was the 60×30 All Ireland winner in that grade 12 months ago, where he will be fancied to add to that at Junior level in 2014. A good tie in prospect at St. Macartan’s at 3pm on Saturday with McElduff also still in the hunt for the Junior doubles honours where he will team up with Pól Clarke against Carrickmore’s Ryan and Darragh Daly in the final next week.
http://www.prestatraining.com/anys/brokoli/18 Sminuzzantisi rimpanerai pronuncerete, pimentai qualchecosa panamericane retrovenderete. Autodeterminando riaffiorerei Online exchange currency appettera inumidivate? Scempierebbero prudeva epinicio. Breacach’s Shane O’Neill goes in search of the Ulster Intermediate Singles championship crown when he also travels to Monaghan on Saturday. The 2014 Tyrone Premier league champion has been in great form in recent seasons in the big court and the All Ireland Junior champion from 2012 showed fine form recently only to lose out in a third game against Meath’s Gary McConnell. He takes on either Brady or Clerkin of Cavan in the final and will be fancied to negotiate that tie en route to a big challenge for All Ireland honours in 2014. Tony McElduff is the other Tyrone player who will be in action in Saturday’s final programme in Monaghan. The Breacach man remains in the hunt for both provincial singles and doubles honours in this grade and his stylish left hand game will make him difficult to deny in this contest.
see Sunday will also see Ulster finals hosted at St. Macartan’s and Breacach’s Niall Kerr will be a warm order to add the Silver Masters Ulster title to his list of accolades when he takes on Kevin Martin. The former All Ireland Intermediate doubles champion, despite a recent injury scare, is expected to put in a strong challenge in the grade in 2014.
This is the fixture list for the upcoming finals this weekend.
source url Saturday 23rd August, in St Macartans Monaghan, commencing 3pm
Official in charge Conor McDonnell
Silver Masters B Singles Final: Tony McElduff v John McGeough 3pm
Junior Singles Final: Cormac McMahon v Conor McElduff 4pm
Intermediate Singles Final: Shane O Neill v James Brady or Patrick Clerkin 5pm
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Official in charge: Kenny Curran
Minor Singles Final: Johnny Woods v Ryan Mullan 3pm
Junior B Singles Final: Mark Marley v Brian Paul Reilly 4pm
Diamond Masters A Singles Final: Dave Mulhern v Peter Larkin 5pm
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Official in charge: Conor McDonnell
Silver Masters A Singles Final: Niall Kerr v Kevin Martin 3pm
Emerald Masters B Singles Final: Dermot Dolan v Brian Havern 4pm