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PAT MCGAHAN'S REPORT ON THE FINALS OF THE PATSY CORR 3-A-SIDES.

Posted by seamus mccormick on November 13, 2018 at 7:40 AM Comments comments (0)

CLONARD HIBS A RETAIN PATSY CORR 3 A SIDES.


So it was back to the Donegal Celtic rooms for the last 16 of the Patsy Corr  3 a sides BOARD 1 Caseys B 0 Star Celtic A 2 Hibs 58 C 2 O Donnells C O (Sean Patterson 18 darts and 180) BOARD 2 Clonard Hibs B 0 Hibs 58 B 2 Crumlin Star B 1 Hibs 58 A 2 BOARD 3 St Matthews B 0 Clonard Hibs 2(Dan Delaney 23darts) Crumlin Star C 2 Forresters 1 (Oliver Mc Mahon 24 60F) BOARD 4 Casement A 2 St Matthews C 0 St Matthews E BYE Q/F 1 Hibs 58 A 1 Casement A 2 Q/F2 Hibs 58 B 2 St Matthews E 0 (Martin Corbett 16 darts Mark Lynch 180) Q/F 3 Crumlin Star C 2 Star Celtic A 1 Hibs 58 C 0  Clonard Hibs A 2(Adam Mc Dade 180)   So it came to the semi final draw Crumlin Star C vs Casement A Hibs 58  B vs Clonard Hibs A Semi-final 1 Fra Glennon vs Gerry McCormick Paul Porter/Paul Thompson vs Vinty Lenzi/Martin Lavery Gerry Mc Cormick got Casement of to a flier by winning the singles but not to be out done back came the Star to level at 1-1 even though Lenzi hit them with a 180 .So it went to the triples and Casement made it through to the final Semi-final 2 Davy McCusker vs Connor Hanna Martin Corbett/Mark Lynch vs Adam McDade/Dan Delaney the second semi was more straight forward with Clonard Hibs winning 2-0 thanks to a 21 darter with a super 88 checkout by McDade  and a great 27 darter in the 701 doubles with a 68 checkout. The final saw the following draw Vinty Lenzi vs Adam McDade Gerry Mc Cormick/Martin Lavery vs Connor Hanna/Dan Delaney In the singles both players scored well hitting a couple of ton plus scores but it was McDade who strukck the double first and so it was 1-0 to Clonard Hibs Next came the doubles and Clonard Hibs went on to make it 2-0 With a very hard fought win and it meant they had retained the title which is no mean achievement. So its congratulations to the Clonard Hibs A and commiserations to Casement A .We would like to thank the Donegal Celtic for their sponsorship of the Patsy Corr 3 a sides .Its back to the league next week Pat Mc Gahan

remembering our deceased members

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PATSY CORR 3-A-SIDES 2018

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CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLONARD HIBS 'A' TEAM OF ADAM MCDADE, DAN DELANEY AND CONOR HANNA WHO SUCESSFULLY DEFENDED THEIR TITLE FOR THE 3RD YEAR IN A ROW. COMMISERATIONS TO CASEMENT 'A;, WHO WERE THEIR OPPONENTS IN THE FINAL. A FULL REPORT OF THE FINALS NIGHT WILL APPEAR HERE LATER.



PAT MCGAHAN'S REPORT ON THE 1ST ROUND OF THE PATSY CORR 3-A-SIDES

Posted by seamusmac@ntlworld.com on October 27, 2018 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (0)

PATSY CORR 3 A SIDES

This week saw the 3 a side take place in the Donegal Celtic club. the format is one single match of

501 followed by doubles of 701 and if it requires you then have a 1001 3-man team.

There were two preliminaries

Forresters C 0 Crumlin star B 2 Casement B 1 O Donnells B 2

Board 1

St Matthews B 2 St Matthews A 0

St Matthews C 2 Donegal Celtic 0

Forresters B 1 Caseys B 2

Clonard Hibs B 2 St Matthews D 1 (21 darts in singles by Billy McDade)

Board 2

Forresters A 2 Star Celtic C 1 (77 finish by Aaron McGovern in singles)

Clonard Hibs A 2 O Donnells B 1

Casement A 2 Star Celtic 0

Star Celtic A 2 Caseys A 0

Board 3

Donegal Celtic D 0 Crumlin Star C 2

Donegal Celtic A 1 O Donnells C 2 (65 finish by Brendan Mc Stravick & 31 darts in the 1001)

Donegakl Celtic C 1 Hibs 58 2

Caseys C 0 Hibs 58 B 2

Board 4

Casement C 1 Donegal Celtic E 2

St Matthews E 2 O Donnells A 0 (20 darts in singles by Joe O Kane and a 76 finish by Martin Irwin)

Forresters D 0 Hibs 58C 2

Clonard Hibs C 1 Crumlin Star B 2 (16 darts in singles by Peter Fitzpatrick)

So, it’s down to the last sixteen in a fortnights time in the Donegal Celtic room as there is no darts

next week

Just a quick mention for Paul Condon and Ben Lagan who both hit 180 during their games

Pat Mc Gahan

PAT MCGAHAN'S WEEK 5 REPORT

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Crumlin Star edge local derby

Crumlin Star beat Star Celtic 6-2; Hibs 58 thrash O Donnells 7 1 to continue their unbeaten run

Casement and Clonard Hibs both win 6-2 away to Forresters and Caseys respectively and DC and St

Matthews fight out a 4-4 draw

Crumlin Star 6 Star Celtic 2

Ben Lagan and Seamy Martin got the Star of to a great start with 2-0 wins against Eamon McGovern

and Henry McTasney snr but back came Celtic to level with Henry Mc Tasney jnr and Gerard Burns

scoring 2-1 wins over Rab Creen and Tommy Henry.Dougie Bowes produced a man of the

performance (22&30) against Gerard Smith and with that the Star pulled away winning the next

three games 2-0 thanks to Fra Glennon ,Freddie Stilgees and Paul Thompson who hit the big 180

beating Steven Curry,Rab Lyttle and Paddy McAleese

Hibs 58 7 O Donnells 1

Ricky Saddler bt Peter McDonnell 2-1 to get O Donnells of to a great start but that was as good as it

got with Hibs rolling of the next seven games thanks to some great scores from man of the match

Martin Corbett firing two 18 darters including a 180 in a 2-0 win over John Quinn, Peter McDonnell

snr 2-1 (24&25) vs Tom Kearney who shot a neat 21 darter. Martin Mooney beat Brendan McStravick

2-1 which included a17 darter and the Hibs58 rolled of the next four games with 2-0 wins for Tony

Corr (24&19), Davy Mc Cusker (22&25), Damien Corbett (26&20) and Mark Lynch (26&25) beating

Paul Press, Martin Lawlor, Eddie Robb, and Kevin O Neill respectively

Foresters 2 Casement 6

Paul Condon got things going with a 2-0 win over John Toner but back came the Foresters with a

brace of 2-0 wins thanks to Sean McCurdy (19) and Sean Fitzpatrick beating Sean Kerr and Chopper

McKay. Casement went on to win the last five games 2-0 thanks to Henry McCann, James Doone,

Michael Tierney Joe Doone and Vinty Lenzi beating Michael Burns, Ray Lavery, Eamon Mulholland,

Gerard Callaghan and Oliver McMahon jnr

C ASEYS 2 Clonard Hibs 6

Clonard Hibs raced into a 4-0 lead with Anto Smith (2-0) AdamMcDade (2-0) including 17darts,

Seamus Grant 2-1 (24&22) and Soupy Campbell beating Gerry McIlduff Matt Boyle Brian Kerr (23)

and Peter Leckey. Eugene Brannigan beat Dan Delaney 2-1 to stop the rot. Conor Toner made it 5-1

with a 2-0 win over Steven Leckey (23&27) But liam McMenamin made it 5-2 with a 2-0 win over

John McGrath only for Pearce Maguire to win in a man of the match performance (20&26) against

Jim Smyth

Donegal Celtic 4 St Matthews 4

St Matthews got of to a great start with a brace of 2-0 wins from Billy McDade (29&23) and man of

the match Martin Irwin (28&20)beating Gary Smith and Junior McManus but back came the DC to

make it 2-2 thanks to Paddy McGuiness 2-0 win over Pat McGahan and Patrick McGeowns 2-1 win

over Con Kielty Joe McAttamney made it 3-2 with a hard fought 2-1 win over Matt Doone .The DC

were soon level thanks to young Colm McGuiness beating Joe O Kane2-0 (28&24) to make it 3-3 .Jap

McKinley edged past Alan Hanna to make it 4-3 St Matthews but Kevin O Carroll then squeezed past

John Considine 2-1 to level the game 4-4

It’s the 3 a side next week in the Donegal Celtic rooms 8.30 start. Pat McGahan

CONDOLENCES

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THE CHAIRMAN, COMMITTEE AND MEMBERS OF THE CENTRAL DARTS LEAGUE WOULD LIKE TO EXPRESS OUR SINCERE SYMPATHY TO OUR ESTEEMED MEMBER AND LONG TIME TREASURER, SEAMUS MCCORMICK AND HIS ENTIRE FAMILY CIRCLE, ON THE PASSING OF HIS SON PEARSE, WHO AFTER A BRAVE FIGHT, SADLY DIED ON THE 23RD OF OCTOBER, MARY QUEEN OF IRELAND PRAY FOR HIM. PEARSE'S FUNERAL WILL TAKE PLACE ON FRIDAY 25TH OCTOBER AFTER 1.30 MASS IN THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY CHURCH, KNOCKBRACKEN DRIVE, CARRYDUFF.  PAT MCGAHAN (CHAIRMAN).

PAT MCGAHAN'S WEEK 4 REPORT

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Adam McDade fires super 13 darter
Clonard Hibs 7 Forresters 1
Pearce Maguire got things going with a 2 1 win over Oliver Mc Mahon jnr with Pearce hitting 21&19
darts. Up next stepped Adam McDade with a 20 - darter followed by a super 13 darter (96 97 96 180
and a 32 finish) to beat Sean McCurdy J ohn McGrath made it 3 0 beating Ray Lavery. Dan Delaney
made it 4 0 beating Andy Gray 2 0. Sean Fitzpatrick gave some hope with a 2 0 (24 & 29) win over Joe
Flannery.but Cl onard Hibs raced away to win 7 1 thanks to Conor Toner 2 0 Conor Hanna 2 0 (24& 18
and Anto Smith 2 - 1 beating C Burns, Paul Stafford and John Toner.
Casement 3 Hibs58 5
Martin Mooney bt Henry McCann 2 - 1 with 22&18 darts with Henry shooting 20 darts Martin Corbett
made it 2 - 0 against Chopper McKay 30 & 21 darts. Back came Casement thanks to James Doones 2 - 1
win over Sean Patterson. Tony Corr made it 3 - 1 beating Vinty Lenzi 2 - 0. It was soon 3 - 2 when Paul
Condon beating Davy McCusker 2 0 (23&28 ). Mickey Tiern ey then made it 3 - 3 beating Peter
McDonnell jnr 2 - 1. The next crucial game saw young Mark Lynch win 2 - 0 against Gerry McCormick
which was to be followed by a man of the match performance by Peter McDonnll snr firing a super
17&18 darts to win the match 5 - 3
St Matthews 6 Caseys 2
ST Matthews kept up their good start by beating a very unlucky Caseys ,Matt Doyle made it 1 - 0 to
the away team with a 2 - 1 win over Joe McAttamney including a 16 darter It was soon 1 - 1 thanks to
Billy McDades 2 - 1 win over Liam McMena min..Martin Irwin made it 2 - 1 with a man of the match
performance over Dan Cahoon winning 2 - 0 in 18 &24 darts.It was 2 - 2 when Brian Kerr beat Pat
McGahan in 25&19 darts.St Matthews won the last four games 2 - 0 to make it 6 - 2 thanks to Joe O
Kane,John Consid ine (22&24) Jap McKinley and Con Kielty (22&21) beating Orchlan Kearney,Eugene
Brannigan,PeterLeckey and Steven Leckey respectively.
Star Celtic 3 Donegal Celtic 5
Paddy McAleese got the home team going with 2 - 0 win over Colm McGuinness, but DC raced into a
3 - 1 lead with Kevin O Carroll then man of the match Matt Doone (27&29 ) and Alan Hanna beating
Gerard Smith, Henry McTasney snr and Rab Lytttle respectively. Paul Fitzpatrick made it 3 - 2 with a 2 -
1 win over Seamus Armstrong only for Gary Smith to step up and make it 4 - 2 with a 2 - 0 win over
Steven Cromie.Eamon McGovern kept the home side in it with a 2 - 1 win over Paddy McGuinness. So,
it came down to the last game and Patrick McKeown won the match for the DC with a 2 - 0 win over
Henry McTasney jnr.
O Donnell s 2 Crumlin Star 6
In the last game of the evening the Star claimed a hard fought two points away to the O Donnells
Eddie Robb beat Peter Fitzpatrick in 28&22 to make it 1 - 0 followed by man of the match Paul Press
beating Seamy Martin 2 - 0 in 24 & 18 darts. The Star raced away with the match winning six on the
trot thanks to Dougie Bowes 27&24 beating Kevin O Neill 2 - 1 with Kevin hitting a 21 darter including
a 180 Ben Lagan 26&21 beat Tom Kearney 2 - 0 the n P aul Porter beat Brendan McStravick 2 - 1
including a s mart 19 darter .The next two games were 2 - 0 wins for Rab Creen and Freddie Stilgees
over Tucker Kearney and Ricky Saddler. The final game saw Tommy Henry beat Martin Lawlor 2 - 1.
So, it’s on to next week’s league fixtures Pat McGahan .

PATSY CORR 3-A-SIDES

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THE QUALIFYING ROUNDS 24.10.2018, AND THE FINALS 07.11.2018, OF THE PATSY CORR 3-A-SIDES WILL BE HELD IN THE DONEGAL CELTIC CLUBROOMS.

PAT MCGAHAN'S REPORT ON THE EDDIE CORBETT CUP FINALS

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CLONARD HIBS WIN EDDIE CORBETT CUP

The Crumlin Star rooms were packed for the semi-finals and final of the Eddie Corbett Cup with a 701

format. The draw saw St Matthews’s versus Donegal Celtic and Hibs 58 versus Clonard Hibs

In the first semi St Matthews raced into a 4 0 lead thanks to Joe McAttamney, then man of the match

Con Kielty, hitting 180/125 /100, Pat McGahan and John Considine who beat Harry Smith, Alan Hanna,

Kevin O’ Carroll and Gerard Smith respectively. DC took the next two legs thanks to Paddy

McGuinness and Patrick McGeown beating Billy McDade and Jap McKinley. The next game saw

Jimmy Lavery beat the unlucky Matt Doon to make the result 5 2 to St Matthews

The next semi started with a man of the match performance from Davy McCusker beating Conor

Toner in 28 darts. Clonard Hibs raced into a 3 1 lead through Dan Delaney, Conor Hanna and Adam

McDade, beating Mark Lynch, Martin Mooney and Tony Corr. Not to be outdone Hibs 58 took the next

three to go 4 3 ahead thanks to some great darts from Martin Corbett, Peter McDonnell Snr and

Tucker Clarke taking care of Dan Sloan, Kevin Campbell and Pearce Maguire. Not over yet though, as

John McCann stepped up to beat Damien Corbett in a tight game to make it 4 4. The last game saw

Sean Patterson take on Anto Smyth and it was to be Smyth with a solid performance edging out

Patterson to leave the result 5 4 to Clonard Hibs.

Onto the final Clonard Hibs versus St Matthews; There was never more than one game in this the whole

way through and it was Adam McDade beating Joe O ‘Kane with a superb 81 bull finish when needed,

after O’Kane had 5 ton plus scores but could not find the double. Then it was 1 1 with Jap McKinley

beating Anto Smyth in 31darts. Dan Sloan took care of John Considine to make it 2 1. Billy McDade

made it 2 2 beating Pearce Maguire. Up stepped Kevin Campbell to win in 31 darts against Joe

McAttamney in a heavy scoring game, 3 2 Clonard. Next to the oche were John McC ann and Martin

Irwin and it was Irwin with a man of the match performance in 29darts making it 3 3. Dan Delaney

with the help of a 180 beat Jimmy Lavery, where both men had a few darts at a double, but Delaney

makes it 4 3. St Matthews were not going away, and Pat McGahan stepped up to beat Conor Hanna

in a tight finish to send it to the last game 4 4. So, it’s down to the last game and its young Conor

Toner against Con Kielty. It started of nip and tuck, but it was not to finish like that with Toner taking

out a superb 144 finish in 30 darts (T20 T20 D12) to win the trophy for Clonard Hibs

Congratulations to Clonard Hibs, unlucky St Matthews and thanks to the Crumlin Star. Back to the

League next week.

Report by Pat McGahan


CORBETT CUP FINAL

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CONGRATULATIOS TO THE CLONARD HIBS TEAM ON WINNING THE FIRST SILVERWARE OF THE SEASON BY BEATING ST,MATTHEWS IN THE FINAL. IT WAS A VERY CLOSE RUN AFFAIR CULMINATING WITH A MAGNIFICENT FINISH OF 144 BY CONOR TONER IN THE LAST LEG. A DETAILED REPORT OF THE FINALS WILL BE PUBLISHED HERE NEXT WEEK BY EUGENE BRANNIGAN.


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