Plenty of sweat on show following the Templeudigan club division 1 doubles final back in 1995
From 25 years ago…..
For old times sake with AOB Wexford were well represented in the first ever Top Ace handball competition to be featured on television back in 1973. Pat Murphy, Dick Lyng and Seamus Buggy were joined by Pat Kirby (Clare), Joey Maher (Louth), Murty McEllistrim (Kerry), Peadar McGee (Mayo), Seamus McCabe (Monaghan) and Pat Clarke (Kildare).
For old times sake by AOB No world wide web, no email, very few phones and no social media – just a few posters hanging within the local communities! That’s how they got the word out about their activities in those days and yet we are led to believe that large numbers turned up for
For old times sake by AOB They burst on to the intercounty scene back in 1975 when they won the Willwood Tailteann (All Ireland) under 16 softball doubles title and right away it was obvious that Pat Cleary and John Fleming were here to stay. Playing out of Ballyanne Handball Club where the great Dick
For old time sake with AOB The old record was held by Francom-Bevo Handball Club in the Netherlands and stood at an intimidating 44 hours and 20 minutes, but on 28th September 1986 a group of 12 men from Castlebridge Handball Club rewrote that section of the Guinness Book of Records when they played non
If anyone has any old pictures with any type of handball content we would be delighted to publish them here. The below was taken at the county 4 wall (40×20) finals at Horeswood back in 1990 and contains a few well known faces.