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CWC A dealt Trainor's A a hammer blow on Thursday night in their top of the table, tension filled match.

This was the big one as far as Trainor's were concerned. They went into this fixture 1 point ahead of rivals CWC and if they could avoid defeat, then with only 6 league games remaining they would really believe this could be their year.
Both teams were in serious hot form. CWC had been blitzing teams lately and hadn't even conceded more than 2 frames in a match since the 2nd week in December. Trainor's arrived on the back of a 7-1 demolition job on Nans. A 6-2 before that and an unforgettable 8-0 thrashing of Orchard just 3 league games ago. They've only been beaten once all season and that was to CWC.
Prior to this game Pat Brady and Harvey Lavelle were on 10 league game wins in a row. Raymie McKenna had won 8 of his last 9 games. Kieran McMahon had only won 3 of his last 6 which was encouraging for Trainor's.
Paddy Tavey had won 9 of his last 10 league games for Trainor's. The visiting Trainor's would be relying heavily on Seamus McVerry who has won 10 and lost just 3 all season.  Niall McVerry has won 3 in a row and then lost. He then won 4 in a row and lost and he's now on 3 in a row so could a defeat be imminent? Let's see how this match unfolded.

This high quality match began with Seamus McGeohegan taking on Damien Kearney. Kearney had won 3 from his last 4 while McGeohegan had lost 5 in a row before he won last week. This game went to form and Kearney had the league leaders 1-0 up.
CWC 0-1 Trainor's
Paddy Clarke was red hot favourite against Seamus Graham. Individuals champion Clarke has 10 league wins but he did manage to lose last week. Clarke yet again showed why he is one of the best in the local game with some classy pool to tie the match after two.
CWC 1-1 Trainor's
Kieran McMahon won his 1st 8 league games but with 3 defeats in his last 6 this game sensational potter Eddie McCaughey real belief he could win his 6th game in his last 7. McMahon showed why he is one of the biggest legends in the local game with a stunning break finish. That's his 2nd break and dish of the season.
CWC 2-1 Trainor's
Raymond McKenna and Paddy Tavey renewed acquaintance's and it was the tempestuous Tavey that delighted the away team with a mesmeric break finish. It was his 1st dish of the season but more importantly the sides were level.
CWC 2-2 Trainor's
It was the battle of the captains up next. Both are dictators who rule a ruthless regime but only one would finish this a the high king. McVerry had one visit and Brady brushed up a tasty 8 ball clearance to reign supreme.
CWC 3-2 Trainor's
Harvey Lavelle and Seamus McVerry are two of the most in form players in the Premier Division. As mentioned above both players are on 10 wins. The first attempt to finish the frame ended with a heated debate and was eventually re-racked. Seamus McVerry took full advantage when he cleared with confidence to level the match yet again.
CWC 3-3 Trainor's
Terry McNally has lost only one league game since he signed for CWC A . He'd won his last 5 and 7 out of 8. James O'Hagan on the other hand has just has lost 6 out of his last 7 games. It looked like O'Hagan was going take the frame but he missed an easy black that would have guaranteed the draw to keep Trainor's top of the league. McNally made no mistake and cleared to delight the loud home support.
CWC 4-3 Trainor's
It was down to Mr tactics Bernie Magee and Liam Bradley to decide if the points would be split. Magee has 5 defeats in his last 8 league games while Bradley has only 1 league defeat all season and  10 wins. His only defeat was against CWC. The form guide meant nothing as magical Magee put in a virtuoso performance to smash Trainor's hearts and fire CWC a point clear at the top.
CWC 5-3 Trainor's.

Nan's Rams finally after won a league game on their 15th attempt. It was a massive match for them as a defeat followed by a McGuigan's win would have seen them relegated with 6 games still to go. Realistically its just a stay of execution. Even after their win they are 7 points adrift of 2nd from buttom Hustlers and 8 off McGuigan's.
Nan's headed to Bellinis with little to be excited about apart from a few tasty Carlsberg but Mark Pentony and Andrew Chan lifted the spirits when they beat Gyn Trainor and Denvor Jenkins.
The magnificent Stephen Sherry had the Rams in dreamland when he beat the attacking Joey Magill. It was 3-0 and Nan's dared to dream of a maiden victory.
Shane McAllister and then Kevin Magee  dragged Hustlers back into it when the beat Mal Maguire and Leigh McAlinden for 3-2.
Mickey Nugent restored the two frame advantage when he beat Ray Magee and it was looking good for the Rams at 4-2.
Billy O'Neill showed his quality under pressure to pull it back to 4-3. Mark Maguire tasting yet more Premier Division defeat.
Barry Murphy has been quite consistent this season for Hustlers while his final frame opponent Jimmy O'Hare has been consistently light on wins. It was a tense final frame with a few mistakes but O'Hare was the hero when he finally ended the Nan's winnless run.
Whitecross cemented their 3rd place in the league with a good comeback win over McGuigan's. The previous week they got their 1st win of 2019 with victory over 3rd place rivals Orchard Bar.
McGuigan's took a terrific 3-0 lead out in Whitecross. A strong front 3 of Gerard McGuigan, Conor O'Hare and Martin Conroy beat Michael Feenan, Brian O'Neill and Shane Phelan.
Gareth McCann is back winning again and he, Alan Burke and then another player back winning again - Gavin Malone levelled the match at 3-3. John Hogan, Nicky Langton and Pat Byrne losing out for McGuigan's.
Cathal Phelan is another of the Whitecross players who have ended their barren run lately and he put Whitecross on the hill with a win over Paul McAreavey for 4-3.
John O'Hanlon came in to be the Whitecross hero and take both points with a win over Damien Flanagan.
The blog has been told Mickey O'Hanlon, who was down to play on the sheet, had arranged a romantic meal in Friar Tucks but was running late so he missed his game. Thanks for the tip off lads!
Bears came from behind to beat Orchard Bar.
Ralf Crummy and Diarmuid Lonergan put Bears 2-1 up after Jamie Fletcher took the opener for the visitors.

CWC A dealt Trainor's A a hammer blow on Thursday night in their top of the table, tension filled match.

This was the big one as far as Trainor's were concerned. They went into this fixture 1 point ahead of rivals CWC and if they could avoid defeat, then with only 6 league games remaining they would really believe this could be their year.
Both teams were in serious hot form. CWC had been blitzing teams lately and hadn't even conceded more than 2 frames in a match since the 2nd week in December. Trainor's arrived on the back of a 7-1 demolition job on Nans. A 6-2 before that and an unforgettable 8-0 thrashing of Orchard just 3 league games ago. They've only been beaten once all season and that was to CWC.
Prior to this game Pat Brady and Harvey Lavelle were on 10 league game wins in a row. Raymie McKenna had won 8 of his last 9 games. Kieran McMahon had only won 3 of his last 6 which was encouraging for Trainor's.
Paddy Tavey had won 9 of his last 10 league games for Trainor's. The visiting Trainor's would be relying heavily on Seamus McVerry who has won 10 and lost just 3 all season.  Niall McVerry has won 3 in a row and then lost. He then won 4 in a row and lost and he's now on 3 in a row so could a defeat be imminent? Let's see how this match unfolded.

This high quality match began with Seamus McGeohegan taking on Damien Kearney. Kearney had won 3 from his last 4 while McGeohegan had lost 5 in a row before he won last week. This game went to form and Kearney had the league leaders 1-0 up.
CWC 0-1 Trainor's
Paddy Clarke was red hot favourite against Seamus Graham. Individuals champion Clarke has 10 league wins but he did manage to lose last week. Clarke yet again showed why he is one of the best in the local game with some classy pool to tie the match after two.
CWC 1-1 Trainor's
Kieran McMahon won his 1st 8 league games but with 3 defeats in his last 6 this game sensational potter Eddie McCaughey real belief he could win his 6th game in his last 7. McMahon showed why he is one of the biggest legends in the local game with a stunning break finish. That's his 2nd break and dish of the season.
CWC 2-1 Trainor's
Raymond McKenna and Paddy Tavey renewed acquaintance's and it was the tempestuous Tavey that delighted the away team with a mesmeric break finish. It was his 1st dish of the season but more importantly the sides were level.
CWC 2-2 Trainor's
It was the battle of the captains up next. Both are dictators who rule a ruthless regime but only one would finish this a the high king. McVerry had one visit and Brady brushed up a tasty 8 ball clearance to reign supreme.
CWC 3-2 Trainor's
Harvey Lavelle and Seamus McVerry are two of the most in form players in the Premier Division. As mentioned above both players are on 10 wins. The first attempt to finish the frame ended with a heated debate and was eventually re-racked. Seamus McVerry took full advantage when he cleared with confidence to level the match yet again.
CWC 3-3 Trainor's
Terry McNally has lost only one league game since he signed for CWC A . He'd won his last 5 and 7 out of 8. James O'Hagan on the other hand has just has lost 6 out of his last 7 games. It looked like O'Hagan was going take the frame but he missed an easy black that would have guaranteed the draw to keep Trainor's top of the league. McNally made no mistake and cleared to delight the loud home support.
CWC 4-3 Trainor's
It was down to Mr tactics Bernie Magee and Liam Bradley to decide if the points would be split. Magee has 5 defeats in his last 8 league games while Bradley has only 1 league defeat all season and  10 wins. His only defeat was against CWC. The form guide meant nothing as magical Magee put in a virtuoso performance to smash Trainor's hearts and fire CWC a point clear at the top.
CWC 5-3 Trainor's.

Nan's Rams finally after won a league game on their 15th attempt. It was a massive match for them as a defeat followed by a McGuigan's win would have seen them relegated with 6 games still to go. Realistically its just a stay of execution. Even after their win they are 7 points adrift of 2nd from buttom Hustlers and 8 off McGuigan's.
Nan's headed to Bellinis with little to be excited about apart from a few tasty Carlsberg but Mark Pentony and Andrew Chan lifted the spirits when they beat Gyn Trainor and Denvor Jenkins.
The magnificent Stephen Sherry had the Rams in dreamland when he beat the attacking Joey Magill. It was 3-0 and Nan's dared to dream of a maiden victory.
Shane McAllister and then Kevin Magee  dragged Hustlers back into it when the beat Mal Maguire and Leigh McAlinden for 3-2.
Mickey Nugent restored the two frame advantage when he beat Ray Magee and it was looking good for the Rams at 4-2.
Billy O'Neill showed his quality under pressure to pull it back to 4-3. Mark Maguire tasting yet more Premier Division defeat.
Barry Murphy has been quite consistent this season for Hustlers while his final frame opponent Jimmy O'Hare has been consistently light on wins. It was a tense final frame with a few mistakes but O'Hare was the hero when he finally ended the Nan's winnless run.
Whitecross cemented their 3rd place in the league with a good comeback win over McGuigan's. The previous week they got their 1st win of 2019 with victory over 3rd place rivals Orchard Bar.
McGuigan's took a terrific 3-0 lead out in Whitecross. A strong front 3 of Gerard McGuigan, Conor O'Hare and Martin Conroy beat Michael Feenan, Brian O'Neill and Shane Phelan.
Gareth McCann is back winning again and he, Alan Burke and then another player back winning again - Gavin Malone levelled the match at 3-3. John Hogan, Nicky Langton and Pat Byrne losing out for McGuigan's.
Cathal Phelan is another of the Whitecross players who have ended their barren run lately and he put Whitecross on the hill with a win over Paul McAreavey for 4-3.
John O'Hanlon came in to be the Whitecross hero and take both points with a win over Damien Flanagan.
The blog has been told Mickey O'Hanlon, who was down to play on the sheet, had arranged a romantic meal in Friar Tucks but was running late so he missed his game. Thanks for the tip off lads!
Bears came from behind to beat Orchard Bar.
Ralf Crummy and Diarmuid Lonergan put Bears 2-1 up after Jamie Fletcher took the opener for the visitors.

Brendy Devlin and Mervyn Kernaghan restored then had Orchard 3-2 up but Bears had fight to strike back and take the last 3 frames through Adrian Holman, Neil Heaney and Eddie Heaney. The Heaney's the celebrated all weekend and it was just a coincidence the Eddie had his big stag do that weekend. Hope the hangovers aren't too bad

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Newry Pool League Individuals Last 64 Being Played Thursday 21st Feb 2019

 

                               Newry Pool League Individuals Last 64

                             being Played Thursday 21st February 2019

                                    Sponsored By Destination Newry

 

To Be Played @Trainors

  Shane Phelan (Whitecross) v Mark Maguire (Nans)

 Shane McVerry (Bosco B) v Pat Byrne (McGuigans)

 Richard Fletcher (No. 7 Duke St) v Damien Kearney (Trainors A)

 Liam Bradley (Trainors A) v Declan Magee (Bosco B)

 

To Be Played @ Windmill

  Michael O’Hanlon (Whitecross) v Cailum Lonergan (Glen)

  Pat Brady (CWC A) v Alan Burke (Whitecross)

  Conor O’Hare (McGuigans) v Paddy Clarke (CWC A)

  Colm Shields (Ballyholland) v Bernie Magee (CWC A)

 

To Be Played @Bellinis

 Micky Cunningham (CWC A) v James O’Hagan (Trainors)

 Seamus McVerry (Trainors A) v Billy O’Neill (Hustlers)

 Kieran Cummins (Bosco A) v Gareth McCann (Whitecross)

 Kieran McMahon (CWC A) v Paddy Tavey (Trainors A)

 

To Be Played @ CWC

 Joe Magill (Hustlers) v Terry McNally (CWC A)

 Anthony Reynolds (Johnny Murphys) v Brian O’Neill (Whitecross)

 Anthony Ryan (TJs B) v Colm McCann (Millvale)

 Eddie McCaughey (Trainors A) v Raymond Magee (Hustlers)

 

 

To Be Played @ Nans

 Sean Murray (Trainors A) v Gary Powell (Bears)

 Seamus Keenan (Bears) v J. Kelly (Glen)

 PJ McDaniels (Orchard) v Brendan Devlin (Orchard)

 Seamus McGeoghegan (CWC A) v Diarmuid Lonergan (Bears)

 

To Be Played @McGuigans

 Cathal Phelan (Whitecross) v Michael Feenan (Whitecross)

 Thomas McGuinness (St Moninna) v Kevin Magee (Hustlers)

 Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans) v Seamus Graham (Trainors A)

 Raymond McKenna (CWC A) v Gerard Bagnall (Orchard)

 

 

To Be Played @ Foresters

 Martin White (John Murphys) v Conor Heaney (Windmill)

Harvey Lavelle (CWC A) v Ralph Crummy (Bears)

 Shane McAllister (Hustlers) v Gareth Trainor (Nifty Fiftys)

 Henry McLoughlin (McSwiggans) v Martin Conroy (McGuigans)

 

To Be Played @ Tj’s

 Jimmy McVerry (Trainors A) v Cailum McParland (CWC B)

 Jim McMahon (Ballyholland) v Damien McArdle (Nifty Fiftys)

 Cathal McCoy (McGuigans) v Brendan McNally (Trainors B)

 Ben McClorey (Bosco B) v Michael Teggart (St Moninna A)

 

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Newry Pool League Divisional Cup Draws To Be Tuesday 12th February

 

                         Newry Pool League Divisional Cups Draw Preliminary Rd

                                    Being Played Tuesday 12th February

                         Divisions 1 &2 Only No Premier League That Night

                                             

Premier Division Sponsored By Trainors Bar Camlough

Nan’s Rams v Cwc A 

Bears  v Hustlers  

Trainors A v Whitecross

 McGuigans v Orchard bar  

Division 1  Sponsored By Ballyholland Harps

CWC B v Bosco A  

Foresters A v Windmill

 Ballyholland v Cavern

Byes John Murphys /St Monnina A /Trainors B/ Glen social club/No 7

Division 2 Sponsored By Foresters  Newry INF

Dans Rebels v Millvale

Bosco B v  McSwiggans

Foresters B v Tj,s B

Byes Nifty Fiftys/Port Bar/ Tj,s C/Indo/St Monnina B

 

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Newry Pool League Individuals Results Played 17th January Part 1

 

Newry Pool League Individuals Being Played Thursday 17th January 2019

 

Sponsored By Destination Newry 

 Played @ Millvale

John Mc Murray (TJ’s B)  v Cathal Phelan (W/cross)  (2-0) Winner Plays  Gavin Malone (W/Cross) lost  (0-2)

Brian Harte (St Moninna A)  v Adrian Larkin (TJ’s B)  (1-2) Winner Plays James O’Hagan wins (Trainors) (2-0))

Barry Murphy (Hustlers) v Bernie Magee (CWC A) (1-2) ( Winner Plays John Hogan (McGuigans) Lost (2-0)

 

Played @Newry Foresters

 Aaron O’Callaghan (Windmill) v Brendan Devlin (Orchard) (0-2)

Cricky McGuigan (CWC B) v  Winner Plays Brian O/Neill (W/cross) wins (2-1)

Thomas Mc Guinness  (St Monnina A)  v  Brendan McAllister (Nifty Fiftys) (2-0)

Jamie McManus (TJs C) v Billy O’Neill (Hustlers) (0-2)

 

 Played @CWC

Girby Vettiankal (B/Holland) v Diarmuid Lonergan (Bears) (1-2) 

Mark Trainor (Trainors B) v Darren Devlin (Bosco A)  (0-2) Winner Plays Terry McNally (CWC A) wins (2-0)

Niall McQuillan) (Ballyholland) v  Harvey Lavelle (CWC )wins (2-0)

 

 Played @ Ballyholland

Jamie Heaney (TJs C) v Ralph Crummy (Bears) (1-2)

Shane Durnin (TJs C) v Kevin Magee (Hustlers)  (0-2)

Paul McAreavey (McGuigans) v  Martin White (John Murphys) (0-2)

Killian McDonald (Millvale) v Kieran Cummins (Bosco A) (0-2)

 

 Played @ Nans

Ryan Gray (TJs C)  v  Joe Magill (Hustlers) (1-2)

Seamus Graham (Trainors A) v Tony McGovern (Orchard) (2-0)

Neil Heaney (Bears) v Colm McCann (Millvale) (0-2)

Kevin Lennon (No. 7) v Gareth McCann (Whitecross) (0-2)

 

 Played @ TJ’s Table 1

Paddy Clarke (CWC A) v Aidan Griffin (Nifty Fiftys) (2-1)

Henry McLoughlin (McSwiggans) v Mervyn Kernaghan (Orchard) (2-1)

Michael Feenan (Whitecross) v Stephen Teggart (St Moninna A) (2-0)

Eugene McDermott (Bears) v Shane McAllister (Hustlers)  (1-2)

 

 Played @ John Murphys

Benny Hoey (Millvale) v Gareth Trainor (Nifty Fiftys) (1-2)

Seamus McVerry (Trainors A) v Emmet McParland (CWC B) (2-0)

Damien McArdle (Nifty Fiftys) v Rony O’Reilly (Nans) (2-0)

John Little (Nifty Fiftys) v Anthony Reynolds (John Murphys) (0-2)

  

 Played @Windmill

PJ McDaniels (Orchard) v Denvoir Jenkins (Hustlers) (2-0)

Anthony Ryan (TJs B) v William Hughes (Millvale) (2-0)

 Jay  Kelly (Glen)  v Andrew Connolly (McSwiggans) (2-0)

Brendan McNally (Trainors B) v Jamie Fletcher (Orchard) (2-0)

 

To Be Played @ Whitecross

Michael O’Hanlon (Whitecross) v Chris O’Hare (No. 7) (2-0)

Eddie McCaughey (Trainors A) v Paddy McCann (St Moninna A) (2-0)

 Alan Burke (Whitecross)  v  Shane Cunningham  ((No 7) (2-0)

 Pat Byrne (McGuigans)  V Mike Nugent (Nans)   (2-0)

 

To Be Played @ St Monnina

 Tommy Mooney (Trainors B) v Jim McMahon (Ballyholland) (0-2)

Cailum McParland (CWC B) v Niall Rice (TJs B) (2-1)

Sean Murray (Trainors A) v Darren O’Hanlon (John Murphys) (2-0)

Matthew O’Brien (TJs C) v Pat Brady (CWC A) (0-2)

 

 Played @Bellini’s

Ciaran O’Neill (Hustlers) Kieran McMahon (CWC A) (0-2)

John Daly (John Murphys) v Declan Magee (Bosco B) (0-2)

Raymond Loughran (Nifty Fiftys) v Colm Shields (Ballyholland) (0-2)

Jimmy McVerry (Trainors A) v Leigh McAlinden (Nans) (2-1)

 

 Played @ McSwiggans

Adrian Murphy (Millvale) v Gerard Bagnall (Orchard) (0-2) 

Seamus McGeoghegan (CWC A) v Micheal Campbell (TJs B) (2-0)

Gary Cowan (TJs B) v Mark Maguire (Nans) (0-2)

 

Played @Mc Guigans

Raymond McKenna (CWC A) v Tommy Rooney (CWC B) (2-0)

Luke Phelan (Trainors B) v Conor Heaney (Windmill) (0-2)

Paddy Tavey (Trainors A) v Brendan McVerry (Bears) (2-0)

 Conor Mc Quiad  (St Monnina A)  v  Gerard Mc Guigan (McGuigans) (0-2)

 

 Played@ Trainors

Micky Cunningham (CWC A) v Mark Pentony (Nans) (2-1)

Charlie Doherty (Trainors B) v Cathal McCoy (McGuigans) (0-2)

Seamus Keenan (Bears) v Liam Turley (Orchard) (2-0)

Brian McGeough (Windmill ) v Conor O’Hare (McGuigans) (1-2)

 

Played@ Orchard Bar

 Mark Kidd (Glen) v Shane Phelan (Whitecross) (0-2)

Gary Powell (Bears) v Niall McVerry (Trainors A) (1-2)

Martin Conroy (McGuigans) v Kevin Crilly (John Murphys)  (2-0)

Adam Carroll (TJs C) v Damien Kearney (Trainors A) (1-2)

 

 Played@ Tj’s Table 2

Shane McVerry (Bosco B) v  Declan Brady (St Moninna A) (2-1)

Ben McClorey (Bosco B) v John Magee (Bosco B) (2-1)

Gerard McEvoy (Ballyholland) v Michael Teggart (St Moninna A) (1-2)

Micky Lennon  ( Nans )    v   Raymond Magee (Hustlers) (1-2)

 

 Played@ Bosco

Paul Murphy (Bears) v Richard Fletcher (No. 7) (0-2) 

David Cromie (Orchard) v Cailum Lonergan (Glen) (0-2)

Barry Kelland(CWC)  v  Liam Bradley (Trainors) (0-2)