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All Ireland Poc Fada Results 2011

M DONNELLY ALL IRELAND POC FADA FINAL 2011

Senior Championship  Comórtas Beirte - Pairs

Brendan Cummins (Tiobraid Arann) 1st 50 poc 37m
Graham Clarke (Dún) 2nd - 54 poc 44m
Tadhg Haran (Gaillimh) 3rd - 54 poc 21m
Stevie Brenner (Port Láirge) 4th - 54 poc 16m
Mark Butler (Loch Gorman) 5th - 57 poc 10m
Christy O'Connor (An Clár) 6th - 58 poc 108m
Karol Keating (Dún) 7th - 58 poc 64m
Davy Fitzgerald (An Clár) 8th - 58 poc 7m
Neil Mc Manus (Aontroim) 9th - 60 poc 92m
Shane Hassett (Tipperary) 10th - 60 poc 25m
James Mc Garry  (Cill Chainnigh) 11th 60 poc 17m
Pat Burke  (Iarmhi) 12th - 61 poc 86m
Patrick Stritch (The Netherlands) 13th 61 poc 22m
Keith Raymond (Sligeach)  14th - 63 poc 55m

Brendan Cummins (Tiobraid Arann)
Karol Keating(Dún) 1st - 108 poc 101m

Mark Butler (Loch Gorman) 
Graham Clarke (Dún) 2nd - 111 poc 54m

Tadhg Haran (Gaillimh) 
James Mc Garry  (Cill Chain.) 3rd 114 poc 38m

Stevie Brenner (Port Láirge) 
Neil Mc Manus ( Aontroim) 4th 114 poc 108m

Davy Fitzgerald (An Clár)
Shane Hassett (Tipperary) 5th 118 pos 32m

Pat Burke (Iarmhi) 
Christy O Connor (An Clár) 6th 119 poc 194m

Patrick Stritch (The Netherlands)
Keith Raymond (Sligeach) 7th 124 poc 77m

U16 Championship  Camogie Championship

Cillian Kiely (Uibh Fhailí) 1st - 24 poc 24m
Darragh O’ Callaghan (Corcaigh) 2nd 25 poc 50m
Sean Savage (Dún) 3rd - 28 poc 33.5m
Ronan Mulholland (Lú) 4th - 29 poc 34.6m
Sean Quinn (Sligeach) 5th - 52 poc 30m
Fintan Murray (Átha Cliath) - 6th - 33 poc 69m

Patricia Jackman (Waterford) 1st - 28 poc 40m
Rachel Monaghan
 (Galway) 2nd - 31 poc 60m
Lyndsey Condell (Carlow) 3rd - 32 poc 37.2m
Kathleen Taggart (Derry) 4th - 33 poc 35.4m
Sarah Murphy (Limerick) 5th - 34 poc 14.7m
Voureen Quigley (Louth) 6th - 36 poc 42.5m
Christina Heaney (Armagh) 7th - 39 poc 12.5m  

M Donnelly All Ireland Poc Fada Final 2011 Competitors

All Ireland Poc Fada 2011 1077 copy1. Mark Butler (Loch Gorman) The Leinster Poc Fada Champion and now holder of the Ollie Walsh trophy, faces the 5km All Ireland Mountain course for the firist time. The highly talented hurler a member of the St Martins Club is expected to mount a strong challenge.

All Ireland Poc Fada 2011 1101 copy2. Shane Hassett (Tiobraid Arann), a late replacement for Limericks John Chawke. Shane was runner up in the Munster Poc Fada which took place at Thurles racecourse in early July. Shane visits the 5km course for the first time and should give a good account of himself.

All Ireland Poc Fada 2011 1092 copy3. Stevie Brenner (Port Láirge) The 2011 Munster Poc Fada Champion and proud holder of the Tommy Quaid Perpetual Cup, returns to An Poc Fada. The De la Salle Clubman is expected to do well on the 5km mountain course.

All Ireland Poc Fada 2011 1086 copy4. Neil Mc Manus ( Aontroim) The Ruairi Og Cushendall clubman visits the Poc Fada contest for the first time. Neil holds two Ulster Under 21 and two Ulster Minor championship medals and has been a regular on the Antrim Championship winning Senior Team since 2007. Neil is expected to make a strong showing in this year’s Poc Fada Craobh na hÉireann.

All Ireland Poc Fada 2011 1088 copy5. Pat Burke (Iarmhi) The Ringtown clubman was runner up in this years Leinster Poc Fada Final and is a worthy contestant in the 2011 M Donnelly All Ireland Poc Fada Final. Pat visits the Annaverna mountain for the first time.

All Ireland Poc Fada 2011 1094 copy6. Brendan Cummins (Tiobraid Arann) The current all Star and all Ireland medal winning goalkeeper who holds the course record of (48) returns to the mountain. A four times winner of this contest Brendan is expected to challenge strongly for this years title.

All Ireland Poc Fada 2011 1103 copy7. Tadhg Haran (Gaillimh) The Liam Mellows hurler hopes to add the Poc Fada all Ireland medal to his all Ireland minor winning one. The Connacht runner up is also another newcomer to the mountain.

All Ireland Poc Fada 2011 1078 copy8. Keith Raymond (Sligeach) The Connacht Poc Fada Champion, the proud recipient of An Corn Niall McInerney will take on the demanding Annaverna mountain course for the first time. The Carly/St Josephs hurler faces his quest for all Ireland glory with confidence.

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