Sunday, 20 April 2014

Mount Talbot Handball Club

Well done to all 25 Club members who played in the recent Williamstown one-wall competition. A total of 8 titles were brought back to the club. Once again Shauna Clogher was first off the blocks winning the U-10 plate. Diarmuid Treacy went on to win the U-12 plate, defeating club colleague Oisin Campbell. Michael Kelleghan however was unlucky to be narrowly beaten in the U-16 plate. In the ladies Challenger Jackie Hanley played impressively to be runner-up in the final while Deirdre Kelly went on to beat her sister Mairead in the plate final. 

  In the Menís B grade Robert Coyle had a good run defeating a top quality opponent, Niall Flynn from Abbeylara. Liam OíCeallaigh was unlucky however to lose in the Menís B plate final to Niall Flynn. Brothers David and Jarlath Coyle both reached the Menís C semi-finals.

  Preparations are ongoing for the Mount Talbot one-wall singles competition on June 22nd-24th. Grades start at U-10 to Ruby masters and from beginner to open. There has been a huge response with over 200 players from all over the country attending. These include the top juvenile and adult players from the four provinces and promises to be a great weekend for all handball enthusiasts. The club will host a social evening in the Bridge House, Athleague on the Saturday night with music and entertainment which is open to all. 

  Training continues in the Mattie McDonagh Centre with an extra hour on Tuesday evening from 8 pm for juveniles for our upcoming competition. Further details, news and photos can be viewed on our website @ www.mounttalbothandball.gaa.ie our face book page or twitter account.

Issue dated: 08 June 2012
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