The M Donnelly Minor 60x30 Championship came to a conclusion on Saturday in Abbeylara when Donal Wrynn took on Limerick’s Paudi Quish in the All-Ireland Final.
The Fenagh clubman entered the game having scored historic All Ireland Minor 40x20 singles and 60x30 doubles triumphs but in the newly crowned Minor Hardball Singles champion, he found a bridge too far. Paudie Quish, who still has another year in this grade, gave a superb exhibition of 60x30 play with his fly kill-shots and slicing spins down the sides of the court thrilling his large Limerick support.
He won the opener 21-3 and lead by 12-2 in the second. Wrynn did fire up a few top class long range corner kills to close the deficit and he did serve at 8-12 but Quish quickly found his gears again and closed out the match at 21-9.
U12/U13 60x30 Team Championship: Fenagh Handball Club represented Connacht in the u12/13 grade in The All-Ireland semi-finals played in Mullingar on Sunday. They were defeated by a very strong Tyrone team representing Ulster. The team consisted of Oisin, Fergal and Eoin McLoughlin, David and James Wrynn, Cormac Scollan and Tom McKeon.
Leitrim 60x30 Championship: The Leitrim 60x30 Championship kicks off next week-end with matches in all grades
Fenagh Handball Club Draw: Fenagh Handball Club are running a fundraising draw with a first prize of a holiday for two in Dubai and two prizes of trips to Manchester United with flights and accommodation included. Tickets are priced at 10 Euro with the draw taking place on Saturday October 27, in The Abbey Bar. For more information check the website fenaghhandball.com.
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