Congratulations to Kevin Jennings and Martin Clarke following the All Ireland Singles & Doubles Championships played in Galway.
Kevin won the B Singles beating Padric Ryder (Newport) by 2 games to nil in the final and he then combined with Martin to win the Intermediate Doubles in a hard fought final against Danny Gill & Shayne Heaney of Galway. Martin reached the D Singles final but was defeated by Ken Cottrell of Wexford.
Full results on R2Sport
24th Castlebar Open - 28th & 29th March 2015 - enter online at https://www.racquetball-ireland.com/24thCastlebarOpen.htm
Free tournament t-shirt to each player!
Closing date for entries - Sunday 22nd March
Castlebar Racquetball will hold its 24th Open Racquetball Championships on the 28th & 29th March and the 24th Open will be dedicated in memory of former, player, coach & childrens officer Oliver Moran whoo passed away on the 25th January this year.
The event will be held in courts of An Sportlannn and De Las Salle Sports Centre and a big entry is expected.
Following a general meeting of the Club on Friday 27th of January 2015 the following have been elected to the club`s committee
Chairman: Declan Hynes
Vice Chairman: Michael Kelly
Secretary: Michael Haverty
Treasurer: Kevin Jennings
Committee members: Kieran Conway, Noel Walsh, Johnny Burke, Martin Lawless
Th New Years Doubles Tournament sporsored by Mayo Crystal was held on Sunday 4th January in An Sportlann. In the final match Martin Lawless and James McHale won the Mick Jenings Memorail Cup when they defeated Kieran Conway and Johnny Burke by 2 games to 1. Twenty two players making up 11 teams competed.
The Connacht Championships will be held on Sunday 7th December in Galway. THere will be a singles competition in Novice and Senior with plate matches for 1st round losers.
A copy of the entry form is available here and you can telephone Padraic Benson on 086 2581382. Closing date for entries is Monday 1st December.
Division 4 Pool 1 and Division 4 Pool 2 of the Autumn Competition has been amended, please check for changes - changes are denoted in red.