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M Donnelly Leinster Poc Fada Finals 2011 Results 2011

Wexford, Carlow and Offaly take the Honours at the Curragh!


Wexford's Mark Butler took the Senior Mens title in the Leinster Championship while Lyndsey Condell of Carlow reclaimed the Leinster Camogie title. In the Boys Under 16 Poc Fada Final Cillian Kiely of Offaly won the title.
clip image002Seniors L to R; Back row; Mark Butler (Wexford), Steven Guilfoyle (Offaly), Eoin Reilly (Laois), Aidan Buggle (Kildare), Mark Ryan (Carlow). Front Row; Tommy Doyle (Wicklow), Pat Burke (Westmeath), Padraig Mulholland (Louth), Derek Brennan (Kilkenny), Fintan O'Brien (Dublin).

clip image004Camogie L to R: Back Row; Ciara Neville, Emma Tormey (Meath), Lyndsey Condell (Carlow), Lucy Cloney (Wexford), Emma Staunton (Kilkenny), Front Row; Laura Dunne (Laois), Bernie Kennedy (Kildare), Voureen Quigley (Louth) Evette Cully (Westmeath).

clip image006Boys Under 16 L to R: Back Row; Cillian Kiely (Offaly), James Shore (Kilkenny), Chalie Bird (Meath), Connor Linnane (Wicklow), Sean O'Cuanachain (Dublin), Front Row: Darragh Clinton (Westmeath), Ronan O Maolchallann (Louth), Jack Barron (Carlow), Conor Carty (Wexford), Alex Birchal (Kildare), Ronan Broderick (Laois).
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clip image008Wexford's Mark Butler the 2011 Leinster Poc Fada Champion.
clip image010Lyndsey Condell regained the Camogie title by a mere 11.5 metres from Voureen Quigley of Louth.
clip image012Cillian Kiely of Offaly proved too strong for his fellow competitors returning a score similar to that of the top three Seniors.

clip image014The Leinster Qualifiers and officials including Michael Walsh (front row, extreme right) who presented An Corn Ollie Walsh to Mark Butler. The Leinster Senior Trophy is named in honour of Michael's late father Ollie a great supporter and competitor in the early days winning the All Ireland twice in 1962 and 1963.

clip image016An Corn Ollie Walsh and the individual Trophies for the Senior and Under 16 winners. 

Photos © Shay Larkin

Congratulations to Mark Butler, Pat Burke, Lyndsey Condell and Cillian Kiely who will represent Leinster on the Annaverna Mountain Course on the Cooley Peninsula and to all the competitors and organisers of a great Leinster Poc Fada Finals, in the run up to the 50th Anniversary of the 1st All Ireland in 1961.

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