17 February 2017

BALLYLENNON SINGLES


Qualifying;  Monday, 20th February to Thursday, 23rd February.  Finals; Friday, 24th February
​Entries to John  00353861001986   or  Rachel  00353863939536

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  1. Ballylennon Singles Qualifiers, Monday 20th:

    Daniel O Kane St. Eunans
    Richard Kilpatrick St. Johnston Pres
    Dermot McCarron Bishop St.
    David Gourley Ardstraw

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  2. Ballylennon Singles Qualifiers, Tuesday 21st:

    Anthony Duffy Strabane CC
    Martina Brogan Ramelton
    P.j Gallagher Burtonport

    And last but not least, former Irish Shortmat International and International Outdoor skip:
    Brian McAlary Marian 😉u

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  3. Ballylennon Singles Qualifiers, Wednesday 22nd:

    Colin T Mabon Forresters
    Harry Wilson Ardstraw
    Pat Walsh Glenties
    Adrian Gavigan Glenties

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  4. Ballylennon Singles Qualifiers, Thursday 23rd:

    Seamus McLaughlin Greenbank
    Jamie Cochrane Largy
    Rachel Cochrane Largy
    Colum Curran St. Mary's, Buncrana

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  5. BALLYLENNON CHARITY SINGLES
    Jamie Cochrane, Largy, took the Ballylennon title when he beat Daniel O’Kane, St Eunans, Raphoe, in the final. Playing the better bowls throughout the event, he nearly faced an upset playing his young sibling, needing to pull out all the stops in the last end of the quarters to make it to the next round. Semi-finalists were Colin Mabon, Forresters, and Pat Walsh, Glenties. Other competitors on Finals Night were Dermot McCarron, Bishop St, David Gourley, Ardstraw, Brian McAlary, Marian, Harry Wilson, Ardstraw, Rachel Cochrane, Largy, Adrian Gavigan, Glenties, Colm Curran, St Marys, Buncrana, PJ Gallagher Burtonport, Richard Kilpatrick, St Johnston Pres, Anthony Duffy, Strabane CC, Martina Brogan, Ramelton, and Seamus McLaughlin, Greenbank. Rachel McDonnell thanked all who helped in any way to organise and sponsor the event. The big winners were Ballaghderg Special Needs Playschool and Convoy Community Playgroup for therapy equipment for helping children with Cerebral Palsy who shared some €4000.00

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