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February 11th, 2014

Congraulations. The Handball club would like to congratulate the footballers on winning the All Ireland Intermediate Championship Final, this was a massive achievement and paid off after a full years hard work, it was great for such a young team to achieve this, well done to captain Paruic Treanor (Becon) and his team, to Brian, Liam, Peter and Anthony, a truly superb achievement by all.
Congratulations. Congratulation to Ryan Treanor(T) DCU on his victory in the All Ireland Interversity Handball 2014 Men’s C Singles final at the weekend in Kingscourt, after a very good days play on Saturday (1st of Feb) and winning all 3 handball matches to get to the final on Sunday (2nd Feb) there Ryan defeated Alex Sheehan of UL in the final, well done Ryan.
Juvenile Ulster Fixtures. The fixtures are out for the juvenile Ulster championships, we have club members representing the county at different age groups in both boys & girls, the games are fixed for the 16th and 23rd of February and the 9th of March in 3 different venues, in Beragh Tyrone, Gortnamona Antrim and Kingscourt Cavan, good luck to all, keep playing and practicing for the next few weeks, all fixtures will be up at the alleys in St.Mellans.
Tickets on Sale. The Handball club are still selling tickets which have been provided by Central Council in Dublin, there are some fantastic prizes on offer and all money raised will be going to the handball club.
Adult County Championship. Good luck to all still involved in the county championships, remember all fixtures must be fulfilled.
Juvenile Club Coaching & Leagues. All sessions on going as per coaches, beginners still on Thursday evenings from 6:30 to 7:30 any juveniles that want to try out the game come down at this time, boys & girls welcome,goggles and non-marking runners a must.
Ryan Treanor with Alex Sheehan
Most of our representatives in the Ulster Championships suffered defeat last week leaving just the doubles still to be played.  Those who fell at the semifinal stages included Louise Mc Ginnity, Conor Mc Donnell, Martin Mc Entee and Terry Mc Elvaney.  Added to this, our two Novice 4 players, Seamus Mc Kenna and Mark Treanor, bowed out of the county championships.
It was left to our youngest players to restore some pride following great displays in the Cumann na mBunscol county competition.  In superb form was Eoghan Mc Ginnity who conceded no points in an emphatic display in the Under 13 division final.  He was accompanied in the winners enclosure  by fellow club mates Jakub Szkup and Deivydas Kaklauskas.  Tiernan O’Rourke was pushed all the way in the Under 11 final while Louise Mc Ginnity, Gabriela Minskimaite and Megija Kulite all progressed to the Ulster finals to be held in Donegal.  In superb form in Under 11 doubles was the pairing of Seán Callan and Ailandas Jocys.
The Ulster Juvenile semifinals take place in Kingscourt and Gortnamona, Belfast,on February 23rd.  The main aim is for as many Monaghan players as possible to reach the Ulster final where the top Tyrone players are expected to provide stiff opposition.

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