Written by Administrator Today’s 60×30 Nationals proved to be another outstanding success for Wexford handball with victories recorded in several competitions. Below is a resúme of how our players got on thus far. Mens Open Doubles: Mens Open Round 1: 10.00am: 1. Ger Coonan/Paul Mullins (Tipperary) dft David Hope/Shane O’Neill (Offaly/Tyrone) 31-24 10.40am: 2.
Written by Administrator Tommy Hynes, St, Mary’s retained his county 60×30 senior singles title at a packed Kilmyshall on Monday night last with a comprehensive 21-15, 21-7 win over Wexford town rival Gavin Buggy, St. Josephs. The repeat of last year’s decider again went the way of the outstanding Hynes who made the most of
Officials from GAA Handball Ireland, Leinster Council and the County GAA Board are expected to attend Thursday’s launch of the Wexford Handball Board new website www.gaahandballwexford.ie. Commencing at 7.15pm at White’s Hotel, Wexford it will be a milestone event in the long and chequered history of the game in Wexford. The opening part of the
Another glorious chapter was added to the rich history of Castlebridge Handball Club at Crinkle, Co Offaly on Saturday last when they captured the GAA Handball Ireland 60×30 Intermediate Club title by defeating Hospital, Limerick in a close and hard fought encounter. With Ulster failing to provide any opposition in the All Ireland semi
Mark Doyle and Josh Kavanagh added to Wexford’s growing reputation as a stronghold of juvenile handball when they won the BU11D at Breaffy House, Castlebar last weekend. The boys made light of their top seeding to dominate the competition beating Sligo/Galway combination Cormac Finn and Mickey Kelly19-11 in the final. Earlier they had defeated Billy