Big day for Wexford at St. Comans as Keith Armstrong and Daniel Kavanagh chase a historic Minor Doubles victory

All Ireland Boys Minor Doubles Championship

Final – Saturday 11th April in St. Coman’s, 2pm
Wexford (Keith Armstrong/Daniel Kavanagh) v Clare (Fergal Coughlan/Cathair Agnew)

Keith Armstrong and Daniel Kavanagh will attempt to make history at the Connacht venue when they take on Clare in a grade that Wexford have never won. Both Model County youngsters will be all out to right that omission on this occasion however and they come to this final better and stronger than at any time during the campaign. They did have a real scare against Tyrone in the semi final but having looked down the barrel of defeat on that occasion they will be anxious to avoid having to perform a similar houdini act on Saturday. 

Clare are riding the crest of the wave in these 40×20 championships having already captured a number of titles and they will fancy their minors to add to the Banner tally. A terrific battle is in prospect at St. Comans.

All-Ireland Ladies Senior Doubles Championship

Final – Saturday 11th April in St Comans, 3pm
Cork (Catriona Casey/Aishling O’Keefe) v Kerry (Maria Daly/Ashley Prendiville)

Catriona Casey  will hope to atone for her singles final defeat.

All-Ireland Men’s Senior Doubles Championship

Final – Saturday 11th April in St. Coman’s, 4pm
Cavan (Paul Brady/Michael Finnegan) v Meath (Brian Carroll/Tom Sheridan)
The two best partnerships in handball clash.
The curtain comes down on the 40×20 championship season at St. Josephs on Sunday when the concluding stages of the All Ireland juvenile team events take place.
A huge crowd is expected at the venue so patrons should get there in plenty of time.

Juvenile Team of 4/6 Championship

Sunday 12th April 2015
St. Joseph’s, Wexford starting @ 12noon,   OIC Tony Breen 087 2060715 
Court 1 – Under 12/13 Team of 6 Championships 

  • SF 1: Kilkenny (Billy Drennan, Gearoid Phelan, Sean Purcell, Padraig Lennon, Kyle Dunne, Jamie Maher, Padraig Foley, Jack Doyle) v Monaghan (Tiernan O’Rourke, Sean Callan, James Allen, Deivydas Kaklauskas, Nedas Guoga, Ailandas Jocys, Ben McGeough, Ryan Hartnett)
  • SF 2: Galway (Michael Moughan, Mikey Kelly, Darragh Kyne, Liam Seoige, James Cummins, Enda Collins, Colm Cunningham, Labhras Hession) v Clare (Adam Hogan, Cian Fawl, Sean Whytcombe, Aaron Hayes, Seanie Doyle, Sean Coughlan, Cormac Murphy, Jimmy Gorman)
  • Final: Winner SF1 v Winner SF2

Court 2 – Under 14/15 Team of 6 Championships 

  • SF 1: Kilkenny (Jack Buggy, Billy O’Neill, Dylan Crehan, Robert Culleton, Conor Drennan, Patrick Doyle, Shane Cullen, Jack Hayes) v Monaghan (Eoghan McGinnity, Jakub Szkup, Konrad Kowal, Hubert Sheinbach, Gary Mohan, Cormac McKenna)
  • SF 2: Galway (Darragh Jordan, Jason O’Tuathaill, Sean Seoige, Sean Moughan, Eanna Wood, Tommy Kilduff, Shane Kyne, Shane Lawless) v Clare (Mark Rodgers, Conor Downes, Henry Mc Grath, Cian Mulqueen, Darragh Burke, Michael Hynes, Daragh Whelan)
  • Final: Winner SF1 v Winner SF2

Court 3 – Under 16/17 Team of 4 Championships 

  • SF 1: Kilkenny (Cathal Barry, Connor Condon, Jack Crehan, James Culleton, Eoin Regan) v Ulster
  • SF 2: Galway (Kieran Forde, James Dempsey, Darragh O’Connell, Sean Hession, Gearoid O Conghaille) v Tipperary (Ronan Tucker, Michael Ryan, Dan Healy, Evan Hannon)
  • Final: Winner SF1 v Winner SF2