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POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 13 Apr 2018 08:33 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

          Newry Pool League Individuals Last 16  2017/18

                  
                   Sponsored By Destination Newry

 

           To Be Played To A Finish Thursday17th may

                    All Games Being Played In TJ's

@Table 1 

1.  Shane McAllister (Hustlers) v Cathal McCoy (Hustlers)

 
2.  Paddy Tavey (CWC A) v Darren Devlin (Bosco)

 

@Table 2


3.  Paddy Clarke (CWC A) v Noel Donaldson (W/Cross) 


4. Tommy Mooney (Trainors Cam) v Kieran McMahon (CWC A)

@Table 3

5. Bernie Magee (CWC A) v  Harvey Lavelle (CWC A)

 
6. Robbie Loughran (Nifty Fifties) v Stephen Teggart (CWC A)

@Table 4 


7. Pat Brady (CWC A) v Conor McQuaid (St Moninna)


8.  John Hogan (McGuigans B) v Mervyn Kernaghan (Orchard) 

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Tue 10 Apr 2018 08:14 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

Newry Pool League Pairs Last 16

Being Played Thursday 26th April
To A Finish/ Winner On The Night

 

@TJ;s Table 1
1. Barry Kelland & Kieran Cunningham (CWC B) v Paddy Tavey & Stephen Taggart (CWC A)

2. Paddy O'Callaghan & Mickey Green (Dans) v Benny Hoey & Ryan Diamond (Millvale)

@Tj’s Table 2
3. John Daly & Kieran Larkin (Murphys) v Stephen Cunningham & Micky Taggart (St Moninna

4. Kieran McMahon & Declan McConville (CWC A) v James 
O’Hagan & Niall Connolly (Dans)

@Tj’s table 3 
5. Brendan McCabe & Shane McVerry (A/down) v Brendan 
Devlin & Mervyn Kernaghan (Orchard)

6. Eddie Heaney & Ralph Cromie (Bears) v Nicky Langton & Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans B)

@TJ’s Table 4
7. Shane McAllister & Barry Murphy (Hustlers) v Shane Phelan & Cathal Phelan (Whitecross)
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8. Pat Brady & Harvey Lavelle (CWC A) v Paddy Clarke & 
Bernie Magee (CWC A)

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Mon 02 Apr 2018 07:29 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

A place in the 1/4's is at stake as the best Newry and District Double Acts go head to head. The question is can anybody stop back to back winners Pat Brady and Harvey Lavelle from making it a Triple Crown? They destroyed the field one after another last season so maybe  they'll get a better challenge this season.

TJ's
Barry Kelland & Kieran Cunningham (CWC B) v Mark Shevlin & Fred Cameron (St. Monnina)
A good opportunity for both Division 2 pairings to secure a last 8 spot. CWC B will ply their trade in Division 1 next season but Kelland and Cunningham have their work cut out in this Pairs clash. Cunningham is a good potter while Kelland has the craft.
Mark Shevlin is one of the better Division 2 talents and although Fred Cameron could be extra baggage Shev could squeeze the mid-table St. Monnina pair through.
Verdict:
Shevlin and Cameron

Paddy Tavey & Stevie Teggart  (CWC A) v Brendan McVerry & Brian McGeough (Windmill)
Pool and the Pairs especially always has the potential to throw up shocks. Two players that are hot favourite playing two massive outsiders can cause complacency. This is easily the biggest mismatch on paper.
Tavey and Teggart are both outstanding potters and have a safety department to match anyone. The duo can concentrate on adding to their Premier Division league title.
McVerry and McGeough aren't the best potters in the competition and they aren't they certainly aren't the best tactically.  Largely their league campaign has been very poor.
So is this all set up for a huge shock? NO chance!
Verdict Tavey and Teggart.

Paddy O'Callaghan & Mickey Green (Dan's A) v Tommy O'Hanlon & Adrian Murphy (Millvale)
What a game this is going to be. This may be Premier Division v Division 2 but the Premier Division lads could arguably be 2nd favourites.
O'Callaghan and Green will have a simple game plan. Pot pot pot. The two lads are clueless when it comes to tactics or any sort of safety game. If the two Dan's players are in form they will be a joy to watch and be unstoppable.  O'Hanlon and Murphy may have dropped down to Division 2 but don't be fooled. These to are former top Premier Division players. Both are quality potters but are very astute in the tactical department.  They may not be a clinical as they once were but they will certainly enter this match with little fear.
This is the game where a surprise result could well be on the cards. The venue TJ's might just swing it for the free potting Premier duo.
Verdict: O'Callaghan and Green.

Pat McClenaghan and Stephen Sherry  (Nan's Rams) v Benny Hoey and Ryan Diamond.
McClenaghan and Diamond are the stars on show here and it's between Sherry and Hoey to make the least mistakes.
Pat McClenaghan has been the most consistent of the 4 and although Ryan Diamond has improved since Christmas it might not be good enough. Sherry is a good sold player for the Nan's duo and while Benny Hoey has quality in his armoury it's the Nan's pair full of confidence.
Verdict: McClenaghan and Sherry.


TJ's
John Daly and Kieran Larkin (Murphy’s Bar) v Darren O'Hanlon and Martin White (Murphy’s Bar)
This intriguingly interesting South Armagh Derby match could be a cracker to kick off the night in TJ's. John Daly is in stunning form and a good run to the last 32 of the individuals showed he is a very capable player. He almost won every single league game before Christmas. His partner in crime is Kieran Larkin. Larkin isn't anywhere near Daly's standard but he can pot a ball and can play cagey pool.
Darren O'Hanlon is a top quality player and his partner Martin White is a good standard for Division 1. These 2 have top tier experience and although they are no geniuses they would still hold their own.
A South Armagh Derby is nail biting enough but playing team mates can be a bare knuckle ride. Experience is key.
Verdict: O'Hanlon and White.

Stephen Cunningham and Michael Teggart (St. Monnina) v Raymond Sands and Paul Kelland  (CWC B).
3rd from top of Division 1, the St.Monnina pair won't be taking the top of Division 2 CWC B duo for granted.
Cunningham and Teggart just like their opponents Sands and Kelland are far from the most exciting nor consistent players in their respective teams.
Cunningham and Teggart are probably the better potters but Sands and Kelland would likely edge the inevitable tactical exchanges. The quick TJ's Table might just suit the St. Moninna pairing the better.
Verdict: Cunningham and Teggart.


Sheila Johnston and Kevin Crilly (Murphy’s Bar) v Declan McConville and Kieran McMahon (CWC A).
This could be one of the most one sided games since Wrexham took on Arsenal in the FA Cup in the 1991-92 season. Johnston and Crilly are up against here. Both can draw belief from the fact both McConville and McMahon  have tasted defeat many times this season and have both crashed out of the individuals in recent seasons to rank outsiders.
Could this be one of the sporting upsets of the local sport scene in long a many a year? No chance!
Verdict McConville and McMahon.

Gerard Bagnall and Liam Turley  (Glenn) v James O'Hagan and Niall Connolly (Dan's A)
Gerard Bagnall is the pick of the Glenn crop. He's used to winning week in week out. Liam Turley is a good partner for Bagnall. He can be tactical and these 2 should not be underestimated.
James O'Hagan and Niall Connolly are in superb form lately. Connolly recently gave Kieran McMahon a real scare in the individuals. O'Hagan has one of the best records in the Premier Division. Both are very attacking and will hope for an open attacking table.
Verdict: O'Hagan and Connolly.


CWC UPSTAIRS
Cailum McParland and Chris Cunningham  (CWC B) v Brendan McCabe and Shane McVerry (Armagh/Down)
Chris Cunningham is the most exciting player of this opening quartet. He is an excellent potter and seems to have overcome his fear of potting the black. Cailum McParland will need to try and curtail Cunningham's attacking instincts.
McCabe and McVerry are a good experienced pairing with decent win rates. They will certainly be confident of progressing.
Verdict: Cunningham and McParland.

Robbie White and Niall McQuillan  (Ballyholland) v Brendan Devlin and Mervyn Kernaghan  (Orchard Bar)
What a cracking match-up this is.  Robbie White and Niall McQuillan are like a match and a stick of dynamite. Together they are explosive. Both ultra aggressive potters and both excellent players with impressive win rates.
Brendan Devlin and Mervyn Kernaghan are no less talented but certainly a little more conservative on the attacking front.
The CWC tables will no doubt suit the Ballyholland fireworks display but unless they produce 2 massive clearances then there is likely to be  a damp squib for them.
Verdict: Devlin and Kernaghan.

Eddie Heaney and Ralf Crummy  (Bears) v Seamus McVerry and Jimmy McVerry  (Dan's A).
Neither of the Bears 2 have covered themselves in glory this season. Eddie Heaney will be glad to see Division 1 so he can get back to winning ways. Ralf Crummy has been one of the more reliable Bears players but he still shouldn't get overly excited by that as he wasn't up against much.
Seamus McVerry and Jimmy McVerry will be delighted with this draw. Seamus is an outstanding potter and an intelligent player.  Jimmy is a lucky player and this combination of luck and skill is really all you need to lift trophies.
Verdict McVerry and McVerry.

Nicky Langton and Gerard McGuigan  (McGuigan's B) v Billy O'Neill and Ciaran O'Neill  (Hustlers)
Langton and McGuigan have hit some good form recently to fire McGuigan's Bar to the top of the Premier Division. Langton the safety operative and McGuigan is the attacking operative.
Billy and Ciaran O'Neill are the 2nd father/Son duo on the table and they will have to work equally as hard. Young Ciaran is the most improved player in the league over the past 2 seasons. He might just be able to carry his Dad over the line.
Verdict: O'Neill and O'Neill.


CWC DOWNSTAIRS
Shane McAllister and Barry Murphy v Paddy Heaney and Adrian Holman.
Yet another tough one to call. Shane McAllister is the pick of the the 4 players while the other 3 are in and around the same standard. Heaney and Holman will need to nullify McAllister if they are to prevail. Murphy will trust McAllister and I'd Murphy can hold his nerves this could be a potent partnership.
Verdict: McAllister and Murphy

Shane Phelan and Cathal Phelan  (Whitecross Bar) v Raymie Magee and Chris McKeown. (Forresters)
The 2 Phelan's are in red hot form this season. Whitecross would probably be long relegated by now only for these 2 brilliant cueiests.Shane has come on leaps and bounds and is playing with real confidence. The Phelan twins are rightly among the favourites for the title.
Talking of Confidence - Chris McKeown has been one of the highlights of the season and he will be brimming with confidence. He set the individuals alight with some sterling performances and could he pull of another brilliant result to make the last 8?  Raymie Magee is no soft touch and these lads will definitely give the Phelan's a run for their money.
Verdict: Cathal Phelan and Shane Phelan.

Pat Brady and Harvey Lavelle  (CWC A) v  Colm Shields and Jim McMahon  (Ballyholland)
Pat Brady and Harvey Lavelle have gone 2 full seasons unbeaten in the Pairs and if memory serves me correctly they didn't even drop a frame en route to their 2nd consecutive Pairs title last season. Both players have a cruel safety game and both are stunning potters.
Colm Shields and Jim McMahon got the draw nobody wanted. Colm is the current captain and Jim is the former captain. 2 good solid players. Shields recently dished up a break finish so if the table is open they can cause the champions trouble. It is however immensely unlikely.
Verdict: Shields and McMahon.

Diamuird Lonergan and Conor O'Hare (Sheepbridge) v Paddy Clarke and Seamus McGeoghegan  (CWC A)
What a game to finish the night and finish our blog. Both teams have slow methodical players and exciting flashy potters.
Lonergan and McGeoghegan would be good sleeping tablets if the could crush them and put them in capsules  O'Hare and Clarke are like a tin of Red Bull with 100% added Carbon dioxide with extra sugar.
This could be an explosion of outrageous potting or it could be a snore fest. Is it possible to have both? Conor O'Hare and Paddy Clarke certainly can get a snooker if required but outrageous exuberant potting is more likely to come to fruition.
This is going to be a close one. Seamus McGeoghegan is the key here. If he can play will and make less mistakes than Diamuird Lonergan then they could edge a classic.
Verdict: Clarke and McGeoghegan.

Remember it's Scotch Doubles!

The Newry Pool league will offer £50 for anyone that can guess correctly the winner of all 16 ties. So why not have a free go!
If your not in you can't win.  

 
Ps Please try and support the competion for the late Barney Preece on Saturday 7th April in Cue Club From 1.30 pm Thanks 
POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 30 Mar 2018 01:47 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

Newry Pool League 

Divisional cups Last 4
Games To be Played Thursday 19th April


 
Premier Division 
1. Orchard Bar v Hustlers @McGuigans
2  CWC A v Dans A  @Bellini's

 
Division 1
1. Mc Guigans B v Nan’s @CWC
2. Foresters v  St Monnina @Dan's

 
Division 2     
1.  Cavern v Nifty Fifties @ McSwiggans

  2. CWC B v Mc Swiggans @Foresters

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 16 Mar 2018 12:23 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

Premier Div

Orchard B v CWC A  (1-7)

Trainors Camlough v Bears  (3-5)

Dans A v Ballyholland (7-1)

Hustlers v Whitecross (3-5)

 

Division 1

McGuigans B v Trainors A  (8-0)

Nans Rams v John Murphys (3-5)

Windmill v St Moninna A (3-5)

Boyds v Foresters B (8-0)

Foresters A v Bosco (2-6)

Sheepbridge v TJs B (6-2)

 

Division 2

Trainors B v CWC B (1-7)

Nifty Fiftys v Maddens (7-1)

Armaghdown v Dans Rebels (3-5)

Millvale v Foresters C (4-4)

St Moninna B v McSwiggans (5-3)

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Wed 14 Mar 2018 12:04 AM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

Newry Pool League Individuals 2017/18

Last 32 Played
Tuesday 13th March 
Sponsored By Destination Newry

 
@CWC
1. Damien McArdle (Hustlers) v Shane McAllister (Hustlers) (0-2)
2. Brendan McAllister (Nifty Fiftys) v Cathal McCoy (Hustlers) (0-2)
3. Cathal Phelan (W/cross) v Paddy Tavey (CWC A) (0-2)
4. Gavin Malone (W/cross) v Darren Devlin (Bosco) (0-2)

@McGuigans 
5. Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans B) v Paddy Clarke (CWC A) (0-2)
6. BYE v Noel Donaldson (W/Cross) (0-2)
7. Tommy Mooney (Trainors Cam) v Chris McKeown (Foresters) (2-1)
8. Kieran McMahon (CWC A) v Niall Connolly (Dans A) (2-1)

@TJ’s
9. Bernie Magee (CWC A) v Philip Murphy (Hustlers) (2-0)
10. Charlie Broughton (Orchard) v Harvey Lavelle (CWC A) (0-2)
11. Ryan O Hare (Dans) v Robbie Loughran (Nifty Fifties) (1-2)
12. Damien Flanagan (McGuigans B) v Stephen Teggart (CWC A) (0-2)

@ Dan’s 
13. Pat Brady (CWC A) v Jamie Flecther (Boyds) (2-0)
14. Conor McQuaid (St Moninna) v John Daly (John Murphys) (2-1)
15. Declan Brady (St Moninna) v John Hogan (McGuigans B) (1-2)
16. Richard Flecther (Boyds) v Mervyn Kernaghan (Orchard) (0-2)

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Wed 07 Mar 2018 04:33 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

 

 

@TJ's Table 1

1. Barry Kelland & Kieran Cunningham (CWC B) v Mark Shevlin & Fred Cameron (St Moninna) 

2. Paddy Tavey & Stephen Taggart (CWC A) v Brendan McVerry & Brian McGeough (Windmill)

3. Paddy O'Callaghan & Mickey Green (Dans) v Tommy O’Hanlon & Adrian Murphy (Millvale)

4. Pat McClenaghan & Stephen Sherry (Nans) v Benny Hoey & Ryan Diamond (Millvale)

@TJ's Table 2

5. John Daly & Kieran Larkin (Murphys) v Darren O’Hanlon & Martin White (Murphys)

6. Stephen Cunningham & Micky Taggart (St Moninna) v Raymond Sands & Paul Kelland (CWC B)

7. Sheila Johnson & Kevin Crilly (Murphys) v  Kieran McMahon & Declan McConville (CWC A)

8. Gerard Bagnall & Liam Turley (Glen) v James O’Hagan & Niall Connolly (Dans)

 

  @ CWC Upstairs Table

9. Cailum McParland & Chris Cunningham (CWC B) v Brendan McCabe & Shane McVerry (A/down)

10. Robbie White & Niall McQuillan (Ballyholland) v Brendan Devlin & Mervyn Kernaghan (Orchard)

11. Eddie Heaney & Ralph Cromie (Bears) v Seamus McVerry & Jimmy McVerry (Dan's)

12. Nicky Langton & Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans B) v Billy O’Neill & Ciaran O’Neill (Hustlers

 

 @CWC Downstairs Table 

13. Shane McAllister & Barry Murphy (Hustlers) v Paddy Heaney & Adrian Holman (Bears)

14. Shane Phelan & Cathal Phelan (Whitecross)  v Ramie Magee & Chris McKeown (Foresters)

15. Pat Brady & Harvey Lavelle (CWC A) v Colm Shields & Jim McMahon (Ballyholland)

16. Diarmuid Lonergan & Conor O'Hare v  Paddy Clarke & Seamus Mc Geoghegan

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Wed 07 Mar 2018 10:02 AM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

 

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                                    Newry Pool League Individuals 2017/18
                                                   Last 32 To be Played
                                                    Tuesday 13th March 
                                         Sponsored By Destination Newry                                          
@CWC
1. Damien McArdle (Hustlers) v Shane McAllister (Hustlers)
2. Brendan McAllister (Nifty Fiftys) v Cathal McCoy (Hustlers)    
3. Cathal Phelan (W/cross) v  Paddy Tavey (CWC A) 
4. Gavin Malone (W/cross) v Darren Devlin (Bosco)

@McGuigans         
5. Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans B) v Paddy Clarke (CWC A)     
6. BYE  v Noel Donaldson (W/Cross)                
7. Tommy Mooney (Trainors Cam) v Chris McKeown (Foresters)
8. Kieran McMahon (CWC A)  v Niall Connolly (Dans A)

@TJ’s
9.   Bernie Magee (CWC A) v  Philip Murphy (Hustlers)       
10. Charlie Broughton (Orchard)  v Harvey Lavelle (CWC A)
11. Ryan O Hare (Dans) v Robbie Loughran (Nifty Fifties)
12. Damien Flanagan (McGuigans B) v  Stephen Teggart (CWC A)

@ Dan’s         
13. Pat Brady (CWC A)   v  Jamie Flecther (Boyds)              
14. Conor McQuaid (St Moninna)  v John Daly (John Murphys)
15. Declan Brady (St Moninna)  v  John Hogan (McGuigans B)    
16. Richard Flecther (Boyds)  v   Mervyn Kernaghan  (Orchard)

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Wed 21 Feb 2018 10:31 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

Pool  Blog  21/2/2018

CWC bounced back from their 1st league defeat of the season when they thumped Dan's 6-2.
The big story of a couple of weeks ago was Orchard bar ending CWC's unbeaten run.
Charlie Broughton ended a run of 2 defeats in a row to pick up his 3rd league win of the season and thus inflicted a 2nd league defeat on current joint individual holder Kieran McMahon. It was a good win and a statement of intent from Orchard Bar. They weren't going to just roll over for the champions.
Lee Irvine hardly shocked the pool world when he inflicted another defeat on Declan McConville for 2-0.
Mervyn Kernaghan and Bernie Magee were two of the in form players of all 3 Divisions. This was a huge frame for both teams. It was Kernaghan that edged this battle between two excellent tactician's. It was now 3-0 Orchard bar and now they had a bit of breathing space.
Old reliable Harvey Lavelle stopped the rot when he beat an in form Nigel Malcomson to make it 3-1.
Seamus McGeoghegan is another legendary tactical player but PJ McDanial is a supreme potter when he gets into his groove and Orchard led 4-1 and a huge upset was now on the cards.
The 6th frame was never going to be anything other than Pat Brady's frame. Brady increased his 100% win rate to 13 from 13. It was a master stroke from Orchard bar as Tony McGovern can't buy a win lately and he was sacrificed to make it 4--2 Orchard.
The brilliant Paddy Tavey took the match into the final frame when he beat  Crawford for 4-3. Tavey was in sensational form when he smashed in his 2nd break finish of the season. No doubt Tavey will correct us if that stat is incorrect.
Stevie Teggart was assigned to protect CWC's unbeaten start to the season. Noel Brown is enjoying a very good season but he was certainly 2nd favourite against former individuals winner Teggart. It was Brown that came out on top and the dream of an invincible season was banished for another year.

CWC A bounced back with a convincing win over Dan's A. Dan's will be be glad to see the back of this season. It was Dan's 1st game since the tragic loss of their talisman Barney Preece.
Dan's enjoyed a good 1st half of the  match before CWC moved up through the gears. Dan's captain Jimmy McVerry took one for the team when he was outclassed by multiple individuals winner Kieran McMahon.
James O'Hagan is enjoying a stellar season and it was no surprise when he levelled the match against Declan McConville.
Last season you wouldn't have given Niall Connolly a prayer of beating Bernie Magee but Connolly is one of the most improved players in the Premier Division and he gave Magee his 2nd defeat in succession while also putting Dan's 2-1 Up.
Harvey Lavelle gave Paddy Lavelle his customary defeat to square up the match 2-2.
CWC A captain Pat Brady switched himself from his usual 6th spot down to 5th and it was a masterstroke. Dan's had Ryan O'Hare lined up to take the hit from the unbeaten Brady but because of the switch it was 2016 individuals winner Seamus McVerry taking on the current joint holder Brady. It was a high quality match but Brady kept his 100% win record to put CWC 3-2 Up.
Paddy Clarke blitzed Ryan O'Hare to ensure CWC would not taste defeat for the 2nd league game in a row and they now led 4-2.
Paddy Tavey had no problems wrapping up the points against Niall O'Hagan and Seamus McGeoghegan applied the gloss and a tidy 6-2 win against Tony McElroy.

Orchard Bar were brought back down to earth with a bump after their heroics of beating league leaders CWC. Relegation threatened Ballyholland were not thought to be a challenge but the minnows prevailed.
David Cromie took the opener in Ballyholland beating Gerard McAvoy.
Colm Shields levelled against Lee Irvine.
It was Orchard that kept with form taking a 2-1 lead when Nigel Malcomson beat former Captain Jim McMahon.
Robbie White is in superb form and he was never going to be troubled by the out of sorts Tony McGovern for 2-2.
Giby Vettiankal shocked the talented potter PJ McDanial and Ballyholland had the lead for the 1st time. 3-2.
The upset was on the cards when Brendan Keenan beat one of the most in form players in all 3 Divisions. Mervyn Kernaghan was a hero last week but this week Keenan edged a close frame and was 4-2 Ballyholland.
Noel Brown made sure Ballyholland would wait for their rare win when he got the better of Kevin McGovern and it was 4-3.
The hosts would not be denied only their 2nd league win of the season.
Niall McQuillan and Brendy Devlin are both exciting potters but it was young McQuillan who was to be the hero of the night when he earned his side 2 very valuable points and maybe the start of a push for safety.

Bears may be virtually relegated but they beat a Whitecross side that are in disarray at his moment in time. It was Bears' 1st brace of points but it's too little too late for them. Still they will savour the moment as only they can. They are are good bunch of lads up there on the hill so hang in there chaps.

Trainor's Bar beat Hustlers to move within a point of 2nd placed. They are in good form since Christmas and could well be favourites for that all important 2nd spot in the league.

The Pairs results from last night (Tuesday) are all on the Pool Facebook page and on Destination Newry.

Remember get your names in for the Barney Preece memorial pool Tournament being in April 7th All proceeds go to Barney's family.

 

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Wed 21 Feb 2018 10:27 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

Newry Pool League PairsLast 16

1. Barry Kelland & Kieran Cunningham (CWC B) v Mark Shevlin & Fred Cameron (St Moninna)

2. Paddy Tavey & Stephen Taggart (CWC A) v Brendan McVerry & Brian McGeough (Windmill)

3. Paddy O'Callaghan & Mickey Green (Dans) v Tommy O’Hanlon & Adrian Murphy (Millvale)

4. Pat McClenaghan & Stephen Sherry (Nans) v Benny Hoey & Ryan Diamond (Millvale)

5. John Daly & Kieran Larkin (Murphys) v Darren O’Hanlon & Martin White (Murphys)

6. Stephen Cunningham & Micky Taggart (St Moninna) v Raymond Sands & Paul Kelland (CWC B)

7. Sheila Johnson & Kevin Crilly (Murphys) v Kieran McMahon & Declan McConville (CWC A)

8. Gerard Bagnall & Liam Turley (Glen) v James O’Hagan & Niall Connolly (Dans)

9. Cailum McParland & Chris Cunningham (CWC B) v Brendan McCabe & Shane McVerry (A/down)

10. Robbie White & Niall McQuillan (Ballyholland) v Brendan Devlin & Mervyn Kernaghan (Orchard)

11. Eddie Heaney & Ralph Cromie (Bears) v Seamus McVerry & Jimmy McVerry (Dan's)

12. Nicky Langton & Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans B) v Billy O’Neill & Ciaran O’Neill (Hustlers)

13. Shane McAllister & Barry Murphy (Hustlers) v Paddy Heaney & Adrian Holman (Bears)

14. Shane Phelan & Cathal Phelan (Whitecross) v Ramie Magee & Chris McKeown (Foresters)

15. Pat Brady & Harvey Lavelle (CWC A) v Colm Shields & Jim McMahon (Ballyholland)

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Sun 18 Feb 2018 12:58 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

          Newry Pool League Individuals 2017/18

                         Last 32 To be Played

                          Tuesday 13th March

               Sponsored By Destination Newry                                          

@CWC

1. Damien McArdle (Hustlers) v Shane McAllister (Hustlers)

2. Brendan McAllister (Nifty Fiftys) v Cathal McCoy (Hustlers)    

3. Cathal Phelan (W/cross) v  Paddy Tavey (CWC A) 

4. Gavin Malone (W/cross) v Darren Devlin (Bosco)

 @McGuigans        

5. Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans B) v Paddy Clarke (CWC A)     

6. BYE  v Noel Donaldson (W/Cross)                

7. Tommy Mooney (Trainors Cam) v Chris McKeown (Foresters)

8. Kieran McMahon (CWC A)  v Niall Connolly (Dans A)

@TJ’s

9. Bernie Magee (CWC A) v  Philip Murphy (Hustlers)       

10. Charlie Broughton (Orchard)  v Harvey Lavelle (CWC A)

11. Ryan O Hare (Dans) v Robbie Loughran (Nifty Fifties)

12. Damien Flanagan (McGuigans B) v  Stephen Teggart (CWC A)

@ Dan’s        

13. Pat Brady (CWC A)   v  Jamie Flecther (Boyds)              

14. Conor McQuaid (St Moninna)  v John Daly (John Murphys)

15. Declan Brady (St Moninna)  v  John Hogan (McGuigans B)    

 16Richard Flecther  (Boyds  v Mervyn Kernahan (Orchard )

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Sun 18 Feb 2018 12:29 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

  Newry Pool League

Divisional Cups Last 8

To be played Thursday 22nd February

  

Premier Division 


1 .Orchard Bar v Ballyholland

2 . Trainors Cam v CWC A
3  Hustlers v Whitecross
4.  Dans A v Bears

 

Division 1

1.  Mc Guigans B v Bosco 
2.  Sheepbridge v Foresters A 
3.  Foresters B v Nan’s

4.  St Monnina A v TJ’s B

 

Division 2    

1. Cavern v Armaghdown

2. CWC B v Maddens

3. Nifty Fifties v Millvalle

4. Glen Social Club v Mc Swiggans

 

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Sun 18 Feb 2018 12:24 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

 

                                Being Played Tuesday20/2/2018

        @ Dans

1. Barry Kelland & Kieran Cunningham (CWC B) v Mark Pentony & Andrew Chan (Nans)

2.  Stephen Murphy & Pat Quinn (Murphys) v Mark Shevlin & Fred Cameron (St Moninna B)

3.  Mary Cunningham & Philip Murphy (Hustlers) v Paddy Tavey & Stephen Taggart (CWC A)

4.  Gerard Harte & Declan Magee (Armaghdown) v Brendan McVerry & Brian McGeough (Windmill)

        @ CWC

5.  John Hogan & Martin Conroy (McGuigans B) v Paddy O'Callaghan & Mickey Green (Dans)

6.  Conor McQuaid & Declan Brady (St Moninna B) v Tommy O’Hanlon & Adrian Murphy (Millvale)

7.  Pat McClenaghan & Stephen Sherry (Nans) v Paul McAreavey & Damien Flanagan (McGuigans B)

8.  Willie Andrews & John Rodgers (Armaghdown) v Benny Hoey & Ryan Diamond (Millvale)

 

        @ Bellini’s

9.  Seamus Keenan & Paul Murphy (Bears) v John Daly & Kieran Larkin (Murphys)

10. Darren O’Hanlon & Martin White (Murphys) v Brendan McNally & Mike Nugent (Trainors) 

11. Alan Burke & Gavin Malone (Whitecross) v Stephen Cunningham & Micky Taggart (St Moninna B)

12. Adrian O’Hanlon & Mike McArdle (McGuigans B) v Raymond Sands & Paul Kelland (CWC B)

 

        @ Nan’s

13. Sheila Johnson & Kevin Crilly (Murphys) v Killian McDonald & Collie McCann (Millvale)

14. Neil Heaney & Gary Powell (Bears) v Kieran McMahon & Declan McConville (CWC A)

15. Gerard Bagnall & Liam Turley (Glen) v Micky Cunningham & Cathal McCoy (Hustlers)

16. James O’Hagan & Niall Connolly (Dans) v James Clarke & Axel Foley (Armaghdown)

 

        @ McGuigans

17. Cailum McParland & Chris Cunningham (CWC B) v Joe Campbell & Martin Reavey (Cavern)

18. Brendan McCabe & Shane McVerry (Armaghdown) v Charlie Broughton & Nigel Malcomson (Orchard)

19. Robbie White & Niall McQuillan (Ballyholland) v Brian O’Neill & Micky O’Hanlon (Whitecross)

20. Leigh McAlinden & Rony O’Reilly (Nans) v Brendan Devlin & Mervyn Kernaghan (Orchard)

 

        @ TJ’s

21. Gerard McEvoy & David McEvoy (Ballyholland) v Eddie Heaney & Ralph Cromie (Bears)

22. Seamus McVerry & Jimmy McVerry v Conor Cunnigham & Chris Marley (Windmill)

23. Nicky Langton & Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans B) v Noel Bradley & Liam Bradley (Trainors)

24. Tommy Rooney & Emmet McParland (CWC B) v Billy O’Neill & Ciaran O’Neill (Hustlers)

 

        @ Windmill

25. Niall McVerry & Tommy Mooney (Trainors) v Shane McAllister & Barry Murphy (Hustlers)

26. Paddy Heaney & Adrian Holman (Bears) v John Magee & Gerard Magee (Armaghdown)

27. Kevin Magee & Damien Kearney (Hustlers) v Shane Phelan & Cathal Phelan (Whitecross)

28. Ramie Magee & Chris McKeown (Foresters) v Mark Maguire & Jimmy O’Hare (Nans)

 

        @ Trainors

29. David Cromie & Tony McGovern (Orchard) v Pat Brady & Harvey Lavelle (CWC A)

30. Matthew Creggan & Damon Murphy (Cavern) v Colm Shields & Jim McMahon (Ballyholland)

31. Tom McGuinness & Paddy McCann (St Moninna B) v Diarmuid Lonergan & Conor O’Hare (Sheepbridge)

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 09 Feb 2018 08:24 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

NEWRY POOL LEAGUE FIXTURES

WEEK 14 Thursday  February  15/2/2018

Premier Div

Hustlers v Trainors Cam

Bears v Whitecross

Ballyholland v orchard bar

CWC A  v Dans A

 

Division 1

McGuigans B v Windmill

Foresters A v Boyds

Nans Rams v (2Pts Awarded)

Sheepbridge  v  (2Pts Awarded)

Bosco v TJ’sB

St Moninna  v John Murphys

 

Division 2

Foresters C  v  Dans Rebels  

CWC B  v Nifty Fiftys

Trainors B  v Glen Social Club 

Millvale v McSwiggans

Cavern  v Maddens  v  

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 09 Feb 2018 08:21 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

 

                                 Newry Pool League Pairs Draw

                                Being Played Tuesday    20/2/2018

        @ Dans

1. Barry Kelland & Kieran Cunningham (CWC B) v Mark Pentony & Andrew Chan (Nans)

2.  Stephen Murphy & Pat Quinn (Murphys) v Mark Shevlin & Fred Cameron (St Moninna B)

3.  Mary Cunningham & Philip Murphy (Hustlers) v Paddy Tavey & Stephen Taggart (CWC A)

4.  Gerard Harte & Declan Magee (Armaghdown) v Brendan McVerry & Brian McGeough (Windmill)

        @ CWC

5.  John Hogan & Martin Conroy (McGuigans B) v Paddy O'Callaghan & Mickey Green (Dans)

6.  Conor McQuaid & Declan Brady (St Moninna B) v Tommy O’Hanlon & Adrian Murphy (Millvale)

7.  Pat McClenaghan & Stephen Sherry (Nans) v Paul McAreavey & Damien Flanagan (McGuigans B)

8.  Willie Andrews & John Rodgers (Armaghdown) v Benny Hoey & Ryan Diamond (Millvale)

 

        @ Bellini’s

9.  Seamus Keenan & Paul Murphy (Bears) v John Daly & Kieran Larkin (Murphys)

10. Darren O’Hanlon & Martin White (Murphys) v Brendan McNally & Mike Nugent (Trainors) 

11. Michael Feenan & Gavin Malone (Whitecross) v Stephen Cunningham & Micky Taggart (St Moninna B)

12. Adrian O’Hanlon & Mike McArdle (McGuigans B) v Raymond Sands & Paul Kelland (CWC B)

 

        @ Nan’s

13. Sheila Johnson & Kevin Crilly (Murphys) v Killian McDonald & Collie McCann (Millvale)

14. Neil Heaney & Gary Powell (Bears) v Kieran McMahon & Declan McConville (CWC A)

15. Gerard Bagnall & Liam Turley (Glen) v Micky Cunningham & Cathal McCoy (Hustlers)

16. James O’Hagan & Niall Connolly (Dans) v James Clarke & Axel Foley (Armaghdown)

 

        @ McGuigans

17. Cailum McParland & Chris Cunningham (CWC B) v Joe Campbell & Damien Campbell (Cavern)

18. Brendan McCabe & Shane McVerry (Armaghdown) v Charlie Broughton & Nigel Malcomson (Orchard)

19. Robbie White & Niall McQuillan (Ballyholland) v Brian O’Neill & Micky O’Hanlon (Whitecross)

20. Leigh McAlinden & Rony O’Reilly (Nans) v Brendan Devlin & Mervyn Kernaghan (Orchard)

 

        @ TJ’s

21. Gerard McEvoy & David McEvoy (Ballyholland) v Eddie Heaney & Ralph Cromie (Bears)

22. Seamus McVerry & Jimmy McVerry v Conor Cunnigham & Chris Marley (Windmill)

23. Nicky Langton & Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans B) v Noel Bradley & Liam Bradley (Trainors)

24. Tommy Rooney & Emmet McParland (CWC B) v Billy O’Neill & Ciaran O’Neill (Hustlers)

 

        @ Windmill

25. Niall McVerry & Tommy Mooney (Trainors) v Shane McAllister & Barry Murphy (Hustlers)

26. Paddy Heaney & Adrian Holman (Bears) v John Magee & Gerard Magee (Armaghdown)

27. Kevin Magee & Damien Kearney (Hustlers) v Shane Phelan & Cathal Phelan (Whitecross)

28. Ramie Magee & Chris McKeown (Foresters) v Mark Maguire & Jimmy O’Hare (Nans)

 

        @ Trainors

29. David Cromie & Tony McGovern (Orchard) v Pat Brady & Harvey Lavelle (CWC A)

30. Matthew Creggan & Damon Murphy (Cavern) v Colm Shields & Jim McMahon (Ballyholland)

31. Tom McGuinness & Paddy McCann (St Moninna B) v Diarmuid Lonergan & Conor O’Hare (Sheepbridge)

32. Andrew Mackin & Barry Smith (St Moninna B) v Paddy Clarke & Seamus McGeoghegan (CWC A)

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 26 Jan 2018 08:24 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

 

                   Newry Pool League Pairs Draw 2017/18 Being Played Thursday 8-2-2018

        @ Dans

1. Barry Kelland & Kieran Cunningham (CWC B) v Mark Pentony & Andrew Chan (Nans)

2.  Stephen Murphy & Pat Quinn (Murphys) v Mark Shevlin & Fred Cameron (St Moninna B)

3.  Mary Cunningham & Philip Murphy (Hustlers) v Paddy Tavey & Stephen Taggart (CWC A)

4.  Gerard Harte & Declan Magee (Armaghdown) v Brendan McVerry & Brian McGeough (Windmill)

        @ CWC

5.  John Hogan & Martin Conroy (McGuigans B) v Barney Preece & Mickey Green (Dans)

6.  Conor McQuaid & Declan Brady (St Moninna B) v Tommy O’Hanlon & Adrian Murphy (Millvale)

7.  Pat McClenaghan & Stephen Sherry (Nans) v Paul McAreavey & Damien Flanagan (McGuigans B)

8.  Willie Andrews & John Rodgers (Armaghdown) v Benny Hoey & Ryan Diamond (Millvale)

        @ Bellini’s

9.  Seamus Keenan & Paul Murphy (Bears) v John Daly & Kieran Larkin (Murphys)

10. Darren O’Hanlon & Martin White (Murphys) v Brendan McNally & Mike Nugent (Trainors) 

11. Michael Feenan & Gavin Malone (Whitecross) v Stephen Cunningham & Micky Taggart (St Mon B)

12. Adrian O’Hanlon & Mike McArdle (McGuigans B) v Raymond Sands & Paul Kelland (CWC B)

        @ Nan’s

13. Sheila Johnson & Kevin Crilly (Murphys) v Killian McDonald & Collie McCann (Millvale)

14. Neil Heaney & Gary Powell (Bears) v Kieran McMahon & Declan McConville (CWC A)

15. Gerard Bagnall & Liam Turley (Glen) v Micky Cunningham & Cathal McCoy (Hustlers)

16. James O’Hagan & Niall Connolly (Dans) v James Clarke & Axel Foley (Armaghdown)

        @ McGuigans

17. Cailum McParland & Chris Cunningham (CWC B) v Joe Campbell & Damien Campbell (Cavern)

18. Brendan McCabe & Shane McVerry (Armaghdown) v Henry McLoughlin & Gary Creggan (McSwiggans)

19. Robbie White & Niall McQuillan (Ballyholland) v Brian O’Neill & Micky O’Hanlon (Whitecross)

20. Leigh McAlinden & Rony O’Reilly (Nans) v Brendan Devlin & Mervyn Kernaghan (Orchard)

        @ TJ’s

21. Gerard McEvoy & David McEvoy (Ballyholland) v Eddie Heaney & Ralph Cromie (Bears)

22. Seamus McVerry & Jimmy McVerry & Conor Cunnigham & Chris Marley (Windmill)

23. Nicky Langton & Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans B) v Noel Bradley & Liam Bradley (Trainors)

24. Tommy Rooney & Emmet McParland (CWC B) v Billy O’Neill & Ciaran O’Neill (Hustlers)

        @ Windmill

25. Niall McVerry & Tommy Mooney (Trainors) v Shane McAllister & Barry Murphy (Hustlers)

26. Paddy Heaney & Adrian Holman (Bears) v John Magee & Gerard Magee (Armaghdown)

27. Kevin Magee & Damien Kearney (Hustlers) v Shane Phelan & Cathal Phelan (Whitecross

28. Ramie Magee & Chris McKeown (Foresters) v Mark Maguire & Jimmy O’Hare (Nans)

        @ Trainors

29. David Cromie & Tony McGovern (Orchard) v Pat Brady & Harvey Lavelle (CWC A)

30. Matthew Creggan & Damon Murphy (Cavern) v Colm Shields & Jim McMahon (Ballyholland)

31. Tom McGuinness & Paddy McCann (St Moninna B) v Diarmuid Lonergan & Conor O’Hare (Sheepbridge)

32. Andrew Mackin & Barry Smith (St Moninna B) v Paddy Clarke & Seamus McGeoghegan (CWC A)

 

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 26 Jan 2018 07:57 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

NEWRY POOL LEAGUE RESULT

WEEK 13 Thursday  February 1st  2018

Premier Div

 Whitecross v Hustlers

 Dans A v Ballyholland

Trainors Camlough v Bears

 CWC A  v Orchard Bar

 

Division 1

Foresters B  v  Sheepbridge

Windmill  v  Foresters A

TJs B  v Boyds

Bosco  v Nans Rams

John Murphys  v Trainors A

St Moninna  v McGuigans B

 

Division 2

Dans Rebels  v  Moninna B

CWC B  v  Millvale

Trainors B  v  Cavern

Foresters C  v  Nifty Fiftys

Maddens  v  Armaghdown

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 26 Jan 2018 07:55 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

NEWRY POOL LEAGUE RESULTS

WEEK 12   Thurs 25th Jan 2018

Premier Div

Orchard Bar v Whitecross  (3-5)

Bears v Dans A (2-6)

Ballyholland v Hustlers (3-5)

Trainors Camlough v CWC A  (1-7)

 

Division 1

Sheepbridge v Windmill  (7-1)

Foresters A v Foresters B (8-0)

Boyds v Bosco (3-5)

Nans Rams v TJs B (6-2)

Trainors A v St Moninna A (0-8)

McGuigans B v Johnny Murphys (6-2)

 

Division 2

St Moninna B v CWC B (Playing Tues)

Millvale v Dans Rebels (5-3)

Cavern v Foresters C (Playing Tues)

Nifty Fiftys v Trainors B (6-2)

Armaghdown v Glen Social Club (5-3)

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Tue 23 Jan 2018 08:22 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

 

CWC A are closing in on their 2nd consecutive league title and are on course for an unbeaten season. Could they be the new invincible's? Also Declan McConville, Kieran McMahon and Stevie Teggart are on course to be the 1st players in the history of the Newry and District Pool League to play in 2 different teams that have gone a whole season unbeaten.

There's still a lot of work to be done before CWC A reach those targets but one by one the challengers to their title have faded away and the rest are now definitly only fighting for 2nd place. With the title virtually guaranteed the focus will be on the cups for CWC.

Bears are in a 3 way relegation battle with Ballyholland and Whitecross. Bears  dragged themselves back into their match with Champions elect CWC A when the pulled back a 3-0 deficit to 3-2. CWC notched it up a gear to cruise to the tape 6-2.
Kieran McMahon and Seamus McGeoghegan combined to put CWC A 2-0 up at home against the Bears.
Harvey Lavelle picked up his 5th league win in 6 games after a stunning break finish to put the hosts 3-0 up.
Paul Murphy had only won 1 of his last 5 league games but he took advantage of a Declan McConville slip up to pull it back to 3-1.
Bears could dream of the biggest shock result of the season so far when Seamus Keenan ended a run of 5 straight defeats to beat Paddy Tavey. Tavey was on a run of 4 straight league wins before Keenan made it 3-2.
It was a false dawn when Pat Brady extended his winning run to 11 and remains unbeaten to put CWC A 4-2 up.
Bernie Magee improved his fantastic record to 6 wins on the spin to wrap up the points before Stevie Teggart applied the icing on the cake to make it 6-2.

Trainor's had the biggest result in the Premier Division. They took on Dan's A in a massive South Armagh Derby match. Dan's needed the win to stay right the race for 2nd spot. A win for Trainor's would push them clear of relegation and edge closer to the scrap for 2nd place.
Tommy Mooney gambled on Noel Bradley producing the goods and he duly obliged by taking the opener against Niall O'Hagan. 1-0 Trainor's.
Jimmy McVerry has picked some strange line-ups for Dan's and again he left his team weak at the start and 2-0 down was always a big possibility. Tommy Mooney had no problem ditching Paddy O'Callaghan and Dan's we're training 2 zip.
James O'Hagan hammered Mark Trainor for 2-1 but again Trainor's showed their strength to put 2 between them when Mickey Nugent produced a brilliant 8 ball clearance against Michael Green.

 Niall Connolly levelled the scores after 6 frames.  David Doran  won while Connolly beat Brendan McNally.
It was the two McVerry's that would clash in the all important 7th frame. The winner of this was never in doubt as Niall was far too good for Jimmy and it was Trainor's that would be playing for maximum points. 4-3 Trainor's.
Jimmy O'Hare v Liam Bradley is another match that had this been a boxing match would just never have been sanctioned. Bradley is miles clear on talent and bottle and he showed his class to earn 2 very valuable away points for Trainor's.
Dan's were missing Seamus McVerry but they will still be bitterly disappointed to have lost this one. Trainor's will be pushing on for 2nd place now.

Orchard Bar hit back to claim a point in a titanic battle with Hustlers. Both teams were vying for outright 2nd place in the Premier Division and it looked like the Bellinis side were going to open up a 2 point gap when they led 4-2.
Ciaran O'Neill took the opener against Nigel Malcomson but it was 2-1 to the visitors when Charlie Broughton and Mervyn Kernaghan beat Damien Kearney and Barry Murphy.
Shane McAllister levelled at 2-2 before Cathal McCoy and then Philip Murphy gave Hustlers a 4-2 lead. A big shout to Philip Murphy on winning his 1st league match of the season on the back of getting out of his venue unscathed in the individuals. PJ McDaniel, Tony McGovern and David Cromie all losing out for Orchard bar with 2 frames to play.
Brendan Devlin beat Micky Cunningham and Orchard were on course to salvage an unlikely draw.
Noel Brown was the Orchard hero when his win over Kevin Magee split the points.
The draw put beyond doubt that Hustlers will run out league champions while these 2 plus Dan's and Trainor's will fight it out for some nice runner-up prize money.

Whitecross showed why they are in relegation dog fight after throwing away a 4-1 lead over 2nd from bottom Ballyholland.
Brian O'Neill, Mickey O'Hanlon, Mickey Feenan and Shane Phelan had Whitecross 4-1 up.
Ballyholland had levelled at 1-1 thanks to Brendan Keenan and then Robbie White, Niall McQuillan and Manny Kelly got a well earned dra

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 12 Jan 2018 08:30 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

     Newry Pool League Individuals 2017/18

              Last 32 To be Arranged

                                               

1. Damien McArdle (Hustlers) v Shane McAllister (Hustlers)

 

2. Brendan McAllister (Nifty Fiftys) v Cathal McCoy (Hustlers)  

  

3. Cathal Phelan (W/cross) v  Paddy Tavey (CWC A) 

 

4. Gavin Malone (W/cross) v Darren Devlin (Bosco) 

        

5. Gerard McGuigan (McGuigans B) v Paddy Clarke (CWC A) 

   

6. Barney Preece (Dans A) v Noel Donaldson (W/Cross) 

              

7. Tommy Mooney (Trainors Cam) v Chris McKeown (Foresters)

 

8. Kieran McMahon (CWC A)  v Niall Connolly (Dans A)

 

9. Bernie Magee (CWC A) v  Philip Murphy (Hustlers) 

     

10. Charlie Broughton (Orchard)  v Harvey Lavelle (CWC A)

 

11. Ryan O Hare (Dans) v Robbie Loughran (Nifty Fifties)

 

12. Damien Flanagan (McGuigans B) v Stephen Teggart (CWC A)        

13. Pat Brady (CWC A)   v  Jamie Flecther (Boyds)

              

14. Conor McQuaid (St Moninna)  v John Daly (John Murphys)

 

15. Declan Brady (St Moninna)  v John Hogan (McGuigans B) 

 

16 .Richard Fletcher (Boyds) v  Mervyn Kernaghan   (Orchard bar)   

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Sat 16 Dec 2017 12:21 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

Newry Pool League Date Change For Individuals.

We have decided that the Newry Pool League Individuals will now be played on Thursday 11th January 2018 and not on Thursday 4th January as Previously stated and the premliminary
rounds of the first and second Divisional cups will be played on that night There will be no Premier Divisional Cup Played that night as Premier League is at the last 8 stage 
Thanks Newry Pool league And Happy Xmas to all our Players

The Draw for the Premliminary Rounds are as follows

Division 1
Sheepbridge v Boyds
Trainors A v Bosco
Windmill v Foresters A
John Murphys v TJ's B
Byes
Mc Guigans B/ Foresters B / St Monnina A/ Nan's Rams

Division 2 
McSwiggans v Dans Rebels
Foresters C v CWC B
Glen Social Club v Trainors B
St Monnina B v Armaghdown

BYES Maddens/ Nifty Fifites/ Milvale/ Cavern

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 08 Dec 2017 07:55 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

NEWRY POOL LEAGUE FIXTURES

WEEK 10   Thurs 14th December

Premier Div

Whitecross v CWC A

Trainors Camlough v Ballyholland

Dans A v Hustlers

Bears v Orchard Bar

 

Division 1

Trainors A v Windmill

Nans Rams v Foresters A

Foresters B v TJs B

John Murphys v Boyds

Sheepbridge v McGuigans B

St Moninna A v Bosco

 

Division 2

CWC  B v Maddens

McSwiggans v Dans Rebels

Glen Social Club v St Moninna B

Foresters C v Trainors B

Armaghdown v Nifty Fiftys

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 08 Dec 2017 07:53 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

NEWRY POOL LEAGUE RESUL

WEEK 9   Thurs 7th December

Premier Div

Ballyholland v CWC A  (Playing Tues )

Hustlers v Bears (6-2)

Orchard Bar v Dans A (5-3)

Whitecross v Trainors Camlough (3-5)

 

Division 1

Windmill v Nans Rams (2-6)

Bosco v John Murphys (5-3)

McGuigans B v Foresters B (8-0)

Foresters A v Trainors A (5-3)

Boyds v Sheepbridge (7-1)

TJs B v St Moninna (2-6)

 

Division 2

Nifty Fiftys v Millvale  (4-4)

Trainors B v Armaghdown (1-7)

McSwiggans v Cavern (3-5)

Dans Rebels v Glen Social Club (4-4)

CWC B v Foresters C  (4-4)

 

POSTED By : NEWRY POOL LEAGUE
Post Date : Fri 01 Dec 2017 07:58 PM
CATEGORY : Sport

 

NEWRY POOL LEAGUE FIXTURES

WEEK 9   Thurs 7th December

Premier Div

Ballyholland v CWC A

Hustlers v Bears

Orchard Bar v Dans A

Whitecross v Trainors Camlough

 

Division 1

Windmill v Nans Rams

Bosco v John Murphys

McGuigans B v Foresters B

Foresters A v Trainors A

Boyds v Sheepbridge

TJs B v St Moninna

 

Division 2

Nifty Fiftys v Millvale

Trainors B v Armaghdown

McSwiggans v Cavern

Dans Rebels v Glen Social Club