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Handball 2014

 

It was another successful year for CCS in handball with another All-Ireland, Leinster titles and some great performances. Well done to Ned and his team for their achievements.

Padraig Ned and Shane Colleges 60x30 All Ireland 2014 Copy Padraig Cooney and Shane Dunne, All Ireland Winnners 2014, with coach Ned Lawlor

Colleges 60 x 30 Handball

Girls

In the Girls Senior Singles Denise Love beat Loreto, Grennan College and in the semi-final she beat Ballyhale Vocational school.  In the Leinster Final Denise came runner up to Johnstown C.S.

In the Girls Senior Doubles Aoilean Hennessy and Catriona Lawlor beat Ballyhale Vocational School, Grennan College and in the Leinster Final beat Wexford.  In the All Ireland Semi-Final they beat Limerick and after a close encounter were narrowly beaten by Tyrone.

 

Boys 60 x 30

In the boys 1st year doubles Kyle Dunne and Billy O’Neill beat Grennan College, St. Kierans, CBS Kilkenny and Johnstown.  In the Leinster final they beat Wexford on their own alley.  In the boys Junior Doubles Eoin Regan and Ciaran Cooney beat Kilkenny CBS, St. Kierans, Grennan College and in the Leinster Final beat Bagnalstown of Carlow.  In the All Ireland semi-final they were narrowly beaten by Tipperary.

In the Boys Intermediate Singles Cathal Barry beat St. Kierans, Kilkenny CBS and was beaten in the Leinster Final by Ballyhale.

In the Boys Intermediate doubles Shane Dunne and Padraig Cooney beat Carlow, Wexford, Wicklow and Dublin, and in the Leinster Final they beat Mullingar.  In the All Ireland Semi-final they beat Cork and in the final had an easy victory against Monaghan.

In the Boys Senior doubles Mark Purcell and Aidan Barry beat Wicklow, Meath, Dublin and in the Leinster final they beat Wexford.  In the All Ireland semi-final they were narrowly beaten by Tipperary.

Boys One Wall

In the One Wall Leinster Championship Castlecomer Community School beat Wicklow, Dublin, Wexford and in the Leinster Final beat Bagnalstown.  The competition was held in Bagnalstown.  The team consisted of Cathal Barry, Aidan Barry, Eoin Regan and Shane Dunne.  This competition only goes to Leinster and this is the first year it was played.

Ned Lawlor

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