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Ulster Poc Fada Finals 2011 Results

Ulster Poc Fada Results & Photos 2011
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Ulster Poc Fada Finals 2011 Results
Derry dominate at this year's Ulster finals.
Kathleen Taggart (Lavey) and Ruairi Convery (Swatragh) take the Championship Honours in Hurling and Camogie!

Ruairi Convery of Derry retains his Ulster title with Karol Keating only one puck behind finishing as he had done in 2010 in second place and Brian McFall of Antrim very nearly taking the runner up spot as he and Karol finished on the same number of pucks (distance of final puck over the finish line decided the placings)





Ruairi Convery on the outward (and upwards) part of the Divis Mountain course.


In the Boys Under 16 finals Sean Savage from Down faced determined competition finishing 1 puck ahead of Garleth Shaw from Derry with Jamie McLaughlin (Donegal) and Frances Short (Armagh) 2 pucks back - Jamie was placed 3rd after distance over the finish line was measured for both hurlers.

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Kathleen Taggart of Derry is the new Camogie Champion with Laura McGuinness of Armagh placed second and Patricia McGarry of Antrim taking third spot.



Kathleen Taggart takes the Divis Mountain course in her stride.



Under 16 finals - L to R Winner Sean Savage (Down), 2nd Garleth Shaw (Derry) 3rd Jamie McLaughlin (Donegal).



The Senior Hurlers on Divis Mountain with the City of Belfast in the background. Photos © Shay Larkin

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