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HENRY McILHONE CUP

Posted by seamus mccormick on November 18, 2019 at 4:40 PM

HENRY MCILHONE CUP

It was in the St Matthews club on Wednesday and Thursday night with five teams out both nights and as usual it was a 701 format in the cup with a preliminary match and two quarter finals each night

Wednesday night Preliminary

CRUMLIN STAR 5 SUFFOLK CELTIC 4

This one went the whole way with young Caolan Kearney (34) putting Suffolk 1 up with a sound win over Peter Fitzpatrick but Tommy Henry(35) beat Joe Flannery to level at 1-1 It was 2-1 to Suffolk thanks to Tucker Kearney (37) beating Fra Glennon but once again it was level when Freddie Stilgees beat Harry Smith Up next came a man of the match performance from Robert Creen (26) which included 180 in his win over Tom Kearney but Suffolk levelled again thanks to Kevin O Neill (29) beating Dougie Bowes This time Suffolk went in front 4-3 when Junior McManus beat Paul Porter with a cracking 109 outshot but it was the Stars turn to level with Ben Lagan (33) beating Patrick McGeown So it came down to the last game between Peter McAlorum and James McStravick and it was Peter (35) who won the match to send the Crumlin Star into the next round

Q/F 1 CASEYS 5 CRUMLIN STAR 3

Peter Lecky got Caseys of with a win over Robert Creen and it was 2-0 when Dan Cahoon beat Tommy Henry but it was 2-1 when Fra Glennon beat Kevin Mallon.Stephen Lecky made it 3-1 beating Freddie Stilgees and in the next game Gerard Holmes (24) put in a man of the match performance against Peter Fitzpatrick to make it 4-1 to Caseys but the Crumlin Star weren't done yet and Ben Lagan won a tight game against Eugene Brannigan and that was followed by Paul Porter winning a scrappy match against Seamy Roberts to leave it at 4-3.In the

next match Matt Boyle won the match with a good win over Peter McAlorum

Q/F 2 ST MATTHEWS 5 STAR 0

Con Kielty put the host club 1-0 up in a tight game against Gerard Smith and it was 2-0 when Joe O Kane won a scrappy match against Stephen Curley Jap McKinley (33) beat Rab Lyttle to make it 3 and it was 4 when Billy McDade (37) beat Paul Fitzpatrick and the match was finished when man of the match Davy McCusker (29) beat Paddy McAleese to leave the final score at 5-0

THURSDAY NIGHT preliminary

FORRESTERS 1 HIBS 58 5

Damien Corbett (39) beat Andy Gray to make it 1-0 and it was 2-0 when Sean Patterson beat Oliver McMahon but Forresters hit back through Stevie Murphy (35) beat Tony Corr but that was as good as it got for the Forresters as 58 won the next three games with Martin Mooney (33) beating Paul Stafford followed by Tucker Clarke (34) beating an unlucky Michael Burns who hit the 180 and in the final game Mark Lynch hit a

lovely 27 darter against Martin Stafford to win the match

Q/F1

CLONARD HIBS 1 HIBS 58 5

Sean Paul Grant (31) got Clonard off with a win over Tony Corr but the highlight of the night was the next game which saw Mark Lynch hit a cracking 21 darter which is the lowest darts so far this season in 701 with scores of 140/140/140 and a 102 checkout against John McCann and it was 2-1 when Tucker Clarke (32) beat Adam McDade in a high scoring game and it was 3-1 when Martin Mooney (33) beat Dan Delaney Soon it was 4-1 thanks to Damien Corbett beating Anto Smith and Peter McDonnell snr (27) wrapped things up beating Pearse Maguire

Q/F2

DONEGAL CELTIC 1 CASEMENT 5

Joe Corr got the DC off to a great start beating Chopper McKay but unfortunately that was as good as it got with Casement reeling off the next five games thanks to a man of the match performance from Eddie Robb (34) beating Seamus Armstrong snr followed by Vinty Lenzi (35) beating Davy Smith It was 31 when Paul Condon beat Sean Armstrong and in the next game it was father against son when Joe Doone played Matt with Joe grabbing the bragging rights to make it 4-1 and the match was finished when Kieran McGuinness beat Felix

McGeown to leave the final score at 5-1 to Casement

This week its the semifinals and final in the St Matthews club with a 9 o clock start

PAT MCGAHAN

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