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HIBS 58 WIN DERBY MATCH WITH CLONARD HIBS.
Hibs 58 stay unbeaten winning 5 - 3 against second place Clonard Hibs. Unfortunately, I did not
receive a match card for this game. All I can give you are the winners for both teams. The five
winners for Hibs 58 were Peter McDonnell Snr & Jnr, Martin Mooney, Davy Mc Cusker and Sean
Patterson. The three Clonard winners were Adam McDade, Conor Hanna and Kevin Campbell.
In the other games Casement edge past St Matthews, The DC beat Forresters, O'Donells have a good
win away against Star Celtic and Crumlin Star win away to Casey’s.
St Matthews 3 Casement 5.
Casement went into a 3 - 0 lead when Chopper McKay beat an unlucky Billy Mc Dade 2 - 1, followed by
Vinty Lenzy winning 2 - 0 against Con Kielty and Martin Lavery (21 & 27) winning 2 - 0 against Jim
Lavery. Pat McGahan pulled one back beating a very unlucky Gerry McCormick 2 - 1 but soon it was 4 -
1 with a man of the match performance from Paul Condon ( 20 & 17) over Jap McKinley. St Matthews
rallied back to 4 - 3 with 2 - 0 wins for John Considine and Martin Irwin (24 & 21) over Sean Kerr and
Michael Tierney, only for Henry McCann to beat Joe 0'Kane 2 - 0 in 28 & 24 darts to claim the match for
DONEGAL CELTIC 6 FORESTERS 2.
Donegal Celtic raced into a 3 - 0 lead thanks to Colm and Paddy McGuinness who hit the big 180J both
winning 2 - 1 against Michael Burns and Oliver McMahon Jnr, and Gary Smith 2 - 0 over C Burns .Then
Paul Stafford made it 3 - 1 with a 2 - 0 win over Junior McManus. It was soon 5 - 1 when Harry Smith
won 2 - 0 over Andy Gray and a 2 - 0 win for Matt Doon over Ray Lavery. Sean Mc Curdy pulled one
back with a 2 - 1 win over Alan Hanna only for Patrick McGeown to put in a man of the match
performance with a brace of 25 darters in a 2 - 1 win over Sean Fitzpatrick who had a neat 20 darter
with an 80 finish.
STAR CELTIC 2 O'DONNELLS 6.
O'Donnells raced into a 5 - 0 lead thanks to Tom Kearney (26) 2 - 0 over Henry McTasney Snr, followed
by a 2 - 1 win for Kevin O 'Neill over HenryMcTasney Jnr. Next it was 2 - 0 win for Ricky Saddler (22 &
27 ) over Gerard Smith and man of the match Paul Press (26 & 22) winning 2 - 0 against Rab Lyttle and
then John Quinn chipped in with a 2 - 0 win over Paddy McAleese. Hugh Grieve made it 5 - 1 beating
Tucker Kearney 2 - 0..Eddie Robb made it 6 - 1 with a 2 - 0 win over Eamon McGovern and Paul
Fitzpatrick won the last game 2 - 0 against Brendan McStravick.
CASEYS 3 CRUMLIN STAR 5.
Caseys went 1 - 0 up thanks to a 2 - 1 win for Stevie Leckey over Paul Porter, but it was soon 1 - 1 with
Seamy Martin firing two twenty - one darters in his 2 - 0 win over Eugene Brannigan. Fra Glennon
made it 2 - 1 with a 2 - 1 win over Liam McMenamin. Back came Casey’s with Brian Kerr winning 2 - 0
over Dougie Bowes. The next game saw a man of the match performance from Matt Boyle (20 & 21)
darts beating Ben Lagan who threw a super 15 darter with an 81 finish, but then the Crumlin Star
pulled out all the stops to win the next three games and claim the points thanks to Peter Fitzpatrick,
Tommy Henry and Robert Creen(23) all winning 2 - 0 against Peter Leckey, Gerard Holmes and Orcan
This week it’s the split cups with the Sean Patterson cup in the Hibs rooms and the Martin Curran
cup in St Matthews. PAT MC GAHAN