Toonagh are division 3 All-Ireland handball Féile champions. They played their feile games in Newport, Mayo where their team comprised Darragh Casey, Cillian Cummins, Colm Whelan and Cathal Bohan. They topped their group.

Clooney/Quin were winners of Division 5 in Abbeyknockmoy, Galway, where Sean McGee, Conor Brennan, Cathal Ryan, Tiernan Garvey and Sean Garvey all played their part.

Kilkishen were runners up in the final of division 2 with Eoin Shanahan, Donnach Lenihan, Jamie Moroney, Lochlainn Collins and Michael Cooney in their side.

The remaining teams to take part were Clooney-Quin in division 1, whose team included Sean Considine, Jack Cahill, Eoin O’Connor, Nathan Killeen and Daniel McMahon-Collins. With two draws they missed out on semi-final on score difference.

Kilkishen girls played in Division 1 and their team comprised Ellie Frost, Chloe Hannon, Abby Dillon, Jane Hogan and Tracy Tuohy but 2 wins and a draw was not enough to bring them to knock out games.

Toonagh girls did not make the competition as injury ruled out players leaving them short on the weekend.

Juvenile competitions:

Munster B handball will conclude this week and Clare will be hoping to add to the titles won in the U16 B singles by Paddy Sweeney from Clarecastle and U14 B doubles by the Clooney-Quin pair of Cathal Brohan and Conor Brennan.
In Broadford on Saturday Clare players in action will be;

U13 Singles – Ali Donnelly, Clarecastle
U13 Doubles – Molly McMahon, Clooney-Quin and Amelia McInerney, Toonagh along with Ruairí Frost, Kilksihen and Paddy Ryan, Newmarket
U14 Singles – Jane Hogan, Kilkishen and Cathal Ryan, Clooney-Quin
U15 Singles – Ella Crotty, Tuamgraney
U15 Doubles – Muireann O’Brien and Aoife Molloy, Tuamgraney as well as Jamie Moroney, Kilkishen and Mochulla O’Keeffe, Tulla
U17 Doubles – Oisin Fahy and Jonah Liddy, Newmarket
In Glenbeigh on Sunday Clare players in action will be
U12 Singles – Holly Farmer, Clarecastle and Tom Hayes, Tulla
U12 Doubles – Samatha Farmer, Clarecastle and Elaine Littleton, Tulla as well as Dara Brohan and Ben Fahy, Clooney-Quin
U13 Singles – Patrick Sweeney, Clarecastle
U15 Singles – Ronan Murray, Tuamgraney

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