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JOHN PATTERSON CUP

Posted by seamus mccormick on February 10, 2020 at 4:15 PM

JOHN PATTERSON CUP

CRUMLIN STAR STUN HIBS 58

The John Patterson cup took place in the Hibs club with all ten teams involved in the usual 701 format so there was two preliminary matches and four quarter finals

Incredibly the draw paired the four bottom teams against each other

PRELIMINARY I

DONEGAL CELTIC 5 SUFFOLK CELTIC 3

Chinky Smith got the DC of with a win over Caolan Kearney but man of the match Patrick McGeown (27&63fin) made it 1-1 beating Dee Ireland. The DC went 2-1 up thanks to Joe Corr beating Tucker Kearney but again it was level when Junior McManus (32) beat Kevin O Carroll This time it was Suffolk who went 3-2 up when Harry Smith beat Matt Doone but that's as good as it got for them because the DC reeled off the next three games to go through thanks to Sean Armstrong beating Jim Lynch followed by Paddy McGuinness (37) beating James McStravick and Seamus Armstrong snr wrapped things up beating Kevin O Neill to leave the final score at 5-3

PRELIMINARY MATCH 2

FORRESTERS 5 STAR CELTIC 3

Sean Fitzpatrick got things going for the Forresters beating Gerard Smith but it was 1-1 when Henry mcTasney snr(30) produced a man of the match performance against Martin Stafford.Tony Kelly put the Star 2-1 up with a win over Sean McCurdy only for Gerard Callaghan to make it 2-2 beating Stephen Curley and Stevie Murphy made it 3-2 to Forresters with a good win over Aaron McGovern but Star Celtic made it all square thanks to Brendan McStravick beating Paddy Black but Forresters went 4-3 up thanks to Paul Stafford beating Rab Lyttle and Oliver McMahon put them through with a win over Henry mcTasney jnr

Q/F 1

ST MATTHEWS 5 FORRESTERS 0

This was a bit of a one sided affair with St Matthews winning 5-0 with some good darts starting with Davy McCusker(28&180) beating Paul Stafford. Con Kielty(32) beat Gerard Callaghan to make it 2 and it was 3 when Billy McDade beat Andy Gray and Micky McCartan(38) made it 4 beating Ray Lavery to leave Allan Brown (27)to produce a man of the match performance to put St Matthews into the semifinals

Q/F 2

DONEGAL CELTIC 1 CASEMENT 5

Paul Condon(28) got Casement going with a man of the match performance against Joe Corr and it was 2-0 when Henry McCann (30) beat Sean Armstrong Kevin O Carroll pulled one back for the DC beating Joe Doone but Gerry McCormick (30) made it 3-1 when he beat Seamus Armstrong snr. Ciaran McKay (34) made it 4-1 with a win over Davy Smith and Eddie Robb (37) sent Casement into the semifinals when he beat Chinky Smith

Q/F 3

CLONARD HIBS 5 CASEYS 2

Caseys got off to a great start with a man of the match performance from Dan Cahoon (27&180) beating Tommy Fitzpatrick it was 2-0 when Gerard Holmes (37) beat Dan Delaney but incredibly that was as good as it got for Caseys with Clonard reeling off the next five games thanks to Anto Smith (34) beating Peter Leckey and then Conor Hanna (36) won a tight game against Brian Kerr. That was followed by a win for Pearse Maguire (35) over Stephen Leckey and it was 4-2 when John McCann beat Seamy Roberts and Sean Paul Grant sealed the win beating Matt Boyle

Q/F 4

CRUMLIN STAR 5 HIBS 58 2

This was definitely the shock of the night with Crumlin Star beating the unbeaten league side Hibs 58 .It was 58 who went 1-0 up thanks to Tony Corr beating Robert Creen but Ben Lagan (30) made it 1-1 beating Peter McDonnell snr. Tommy Henry(29) produced a man of the match performance to beat Damien Corbett and it was 3-1 to the Star when Seamie Martin (30) beat Mark Lynch. Martin Corbett made it 3-2 by putting one back against Peter McAlorum but Freddie Stilgees then made it 4-2 with a win over Jap Craig and in the next game Peter Fitzpatrick sent the Star into the semifinals when he beat Martin Mooney who hit the scores (180) but couldn't hit the double to leave the final score at 5-2 to the Crumlin Star

Next week its the semifinals and final of the John Patterson cup starting at 9 0 Clock in the Hibs club

PAT McGAHAN

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