Thursday, 20 November 2014

Mick Egan wins Tommy Kenny Memorial Cup

The Widow Pat's Mick Egan won the 8th annual Tommy Kenny Memorial Cup held in Creaton's Bar, Loughglynn on Saturday last. Twenty-four hours after picking up his deserved Roscommon Sports Partnership Award for his darting exploits, Egan beat Wayne Harris 6-4 in the final of this well-supported tournament. It was originally due to be played last December but due to bad weather, road conditions and other fixtures, it was unable to be played before now. A total of 40 players from throughout the county took part on the day with the eventual winner recording earlier wins over Brendan Harrington (3-0); Cathal Hitchen (3-1); Martin Fleming (4-3); and Sean Fleming (5-2). It's the second time Mick Egan has won the Kenny Cup, having won previously in 2007. Thanks to the Creaton family for their hospitality and refreshments on the day which were outstanding yet again. The 2010 Tommy Kenny Cup resultsL Last 16: W. Harris 3, A. Doory 0; G. Donoghue 3, P. Finan 2; M. Egan 3, C. Hitchen 1; M. Fleming 3, T. Farrell 2; F. Hussey 3, P. Connaughton 0; J. Crawley 3, J. Sharkey 1; L. Docherty 3; P. Egan 2; S. Fleming 3, J. McIntyre 0. Last 8: W. Harris 4, G. Donoghue 1; M. Egan 4, M. Fleming 3; J. Crawley 4, F. Hussey 0; S. Fleming 4, L. Docherty 2. Semis: W. Harris 5, J. Crawley 3; M. Egan 5, S. Fleming 2. Final: Mick Egan 6, Wayne Harris 4. Lady of the Tournament: Jackie McDonald. Highest Checkout: Mick Egan. PDC World Professional darts player Co Stompe from The Netherlands will play in the Phoenix Centre, in Ballaghaderreen this Friday the 1st of April from 5 to 6.30 pm. It follows Simon Whitlock's successful visit to the popular Phoenix Darts Club last September where he took on the talented youngsters the club has to offer. All are welcome.

Spell's of Ballaghaderreen are through to the Roscommon County Darts League Cup Final after completing an 8-3 overall win over Kate's of Castlerea. In the race to eight games, Spell's led 5-2 after winning the first leg in Ballaghaderreen. The tie was completed as Spell's took three of the first four games in Castlerea last Friday night. Spell's await the winners of The Widow Pat's versus Flanagan's clash which takes place in Knockcroghery this Friday night the 1st of April. The Widow Pat's lead 4-3 from the first leg held in Castleplunkett last Wednesday. The Roscommon County Darts Shield finalists have been decided. Creaton's of Loughlynn qualified for the final following a playoff win over Timmy's of Elphin. Timmy's led 4-3 following the semi final first leg. But Creaton's had a 4-3 of their own on home soil to force a playoff where Sean Finan overcame Matthew Hynes 3-2. Creaton's will face McDermott's of Ballinaheglish in that decider following their 8-5 win over The Hollywood of Roscommon. Mark Concannon's win securing the tie. The Shield Final will precede the Cup Final in Hannon's Hotel Roscommon on Sunday the 9th of April.

Roscommon County Darts League Cup: Semi Final 1st leg Flanagan's, Castleplunkett 3 The Widow Pat's, Knockcroghery 4 (11-16); Semi Final 2nd leg Spell's Ballaghaderreen 8 Kate's, Castlerea 3; Fixture: Semi Final 2nd leg Friday April 1st at 10 pm. The Widow Pat's, Knockcroghery v Flanagan's, Castleplunkett; Roscommon County Darts Shield Semis. Creaton's, Loughglynn 8 Timmy's, Elphin 7. Playoff: Sean Finan (Creaton's) 3, Matthew Hynes, Timmy's 2. McDermott's, Ballinaheglish 8 The Hollywood Roscommon 5; Dates for the diary: Saturday, April 9th: The Roscommon County Darts League Finals at Hannon's Hotel, Roscommon Town.