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Featured News - 9/05/2019

European U15/17 – U15’s Win a Silver Medal!!

The U15/17 European Championships take place in Eindhoven from May 9th to 12th. Draw/Results  U15 are in Pool C and U17's are in Pool D Live Streaming Show Court Only The Irish tea...

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Featured News - 3/05/2019

European Championships – Women 6th & Men 5th

The 2019 European Championships take place in Birmingham in 2019.  The Irish teams have 3 debutants this year - Orla O'Doherty, Oisin Logan & Sam Buckley. Congratulations to them all. Both Ir...

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Featured News - 25/04/2019

Orla O’Doherty on Newstalk

Click on the link below for the full interview with player and coach Orla O'Doherty on Newstalk talking about her life and especially her squash life.   https://youtu.be/kcHrlit1Grk &nbs...

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Featured News - 24/04/2019

Cannon Kirk Irish Open – Gilis & Grayson win the titles

Cannon Kirk Irish Open finals sees Nele Gilis from Belgium , a former champion, play South African, Alex Fuller. In the men's event, Campbell Grayson from New Zealand  plays India's Mahesh Mangao...

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Congratulations to David Ayerst who won the Hungarian Masters' O45 Open today. See draw 👉 t.co/RqiudGP8DT And also to Adrian Lesson who came 6th in the MO50s. ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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Garavans Bar Galway City West of Ireland
Day 5 :

FINAL

Richie Fallows 3-0 Nathan Lake 11-4, 11-5, 11-8 (35mins)

Packed house in Galway for the final, rightfully so after the squash that both players had produced all week.

Richie had a slightly smoother run and was likely to be fresher than Nathan, who had a monster 83minute semifinal.

From the start it was evident that as long as Richie could control the middle of the court he would dictate. Nathan dug deep, as you’d expect from the seasoned pro, but the first two games escaped him rather quick.

In the third he sparked a bit, pushing his trusting straight length to better effect. He got in front, attacked well but Richie was able to match him. Slightly too good when it mattered, Fallows closed out the third and the match. An impressive display today and all week. He follows in the footsteps of Ali Farag, Simon Rosner and many more top talented players to win this event.

He was well supported by the juniors all week, testament to his likability off the court.

A great week of inspiring squash played in great spirit. A huge thanks to the sponsor and all involved. Squash - PSA Challenger Tour Sport Ireland
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6 days ago

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Men's O50s team in Nottingham getting into the spirit of the city! #ForeverYoung England Squash Masters ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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Full results from the last leg of the #MHI2019 Internationals from Nottingham. t.co/zPg01rusUP #Foreveryoung ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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Richie Fallows, following in the footsteps of Simon Rosner and Ali Farag, to mention a few.. Garavans Bar Galway City West Of Ireland Open Champion 2019. Squash - PSA Challenger Tour ... See MoreSee Less

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6 days ago

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More Masters' results from Nottingham of the WO50 & M50s. #MHI2019 #ForeverYoung Sport Ireland England Squash Masters ... See MoreSee Less

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Ireland's MO70 squad and results so far in the Masters' HI in Nottingham. Sport Ireland #ForeverYoung #MHI2019 ... See MoreSee Less

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Masters' HI in Nottingham. See results 👇 Good wins for the MO70 & 50s vs Scotland. Good luck this afternoon vs England. ☘☘ #MHI2019 England Squash Masters ... See MoreSee Less

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7 days ago

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West Of Ireland Day 4

A big day of squash in Galway Lawn Tennis club today. Some of the pro’s were kind enough to spend time with local juniors, inspiring for so many of them! Three squash events operating, junior club champs, West of Ireland graded event and most importantly the big semi finals which didn’t disappoint.

[1] Richie Fallows (ENG) 3-0

[4] Patrick Rooney (ENG) 11-5, 11-5, 11-9 (43mins)

The crowd were definitely hoping to see a few more games in this match, quality exchanges but Fallows pushing harder to take the important points.

Some frustration from Patrick in the dying few rallies, he would definitely have liked to squeeze the 3rd and test himself further.

Richie will be fresh for his opponent, Nathan Lake, who may struggle to recover after his marathon.

[2] Nathan Lake (ENG) 3-2 [3] Sebastien Bonmalais (FRA)

10-12, 12-10, 11-3, 6-11, 9-11 (83Mins)

Seb got off to a lightening start, hardly allowing the ball reach the back wall. He was certainly pushing the pace, volleying everything!! Nathan was up to the task, they traded points for two games.

The third took a turn as Nathan looked to be struggling.. He somehow managed to find a second wind, clinging on to get the 4th.

All odds were against him in the 5th but he showed how important experience is at the top level, fighting point by point to 9-9.. Then it’s anyones match.

Seb was so athletic, so quick. Brilliant to watch. Couldn’t quite hold off the tenacious Englishman, winning it in 83 minutes.
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1 week ago

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Ireland Women's O50's team and the other 3 countries. Good luck Ireland ☘☘ England Squash Masters ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

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The final Masters Home Internationals starts today in Nottingham. Good luck to the Ireland women's O50 & men's O50 & 70s teams who are competing! Hoping all the players have a great weekend of squash!

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1 week ago

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West Of Ireland Day 3

[1] Richie Fallows (ENG) 3-1 Mark Fuller (ENG) 11-7, 11-6, 9-11, 11-9 (57mins)

What seemed to be a straight forward enough first two and a half games for Richie turned into quite a battle. A great come back from Fuller to take the 3rd, pushed all the way in the 4th but fell at the business end hurdle. Some lovely squash from both, Fallows will be happy to have avoid a fifth game hustle.

Harry Falconer (ENG) 0-3 [4] Patrick Rooney (ENG) 11-6, 11-4, 11-7 (29mins)

Patrick carried on from where he left off yesterday, in control of all areas. Never looking too troubled by the young Englishman he cruised into the semifinals with some beautiful delays on his shots. Pulled off a few ‘slow boast winners’ too, always a treat to watch.

[3] Sebastien Bonmalais (FRA) 3-1 [7] Robert Downer (ENG) 11-6, 11-7, 3-11, 11-4 (43mins)

A really enjoyable match from a spectators point of view, maybe not so much fun on the court as they both worked incredibly hard!! Not one decision to be made the whole match, great example for the onlooking juniors.

Quality squash, high intensity and sublime shot making from both. Sebastian’s class and athleticism seeing him through.

Aqeel Rehman (AUT) 0-3 [2] Nathan Lake (ENG) 9-11, 4-11, 4-11 (32mins)

Steady squash from the Cheltenham pro, solid technique and strong movements allowed him to control the middle of court. Commanding line hitting with enough control to hold and break down the Austrian’s rhythm. 2nd seed safely through to the semis.
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1 week ago

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Really enjoyable match between Sebastien Bonmalias and Robert Downer, the French man taking it 3-1. He’s looking dangerous.. ⁦Squash - PSA Challenger Tour ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

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Top 4 seeds in action today in The Garavans West Of Ireland Open. Play starts with top seed Richie Fallows taking on Mark Fuller at 5pm. 6pm, 7pm and 8pm are scheduled times for the remaining matches. Free entry, come and support.
Draw 👉 psaworldtour.com/tournaments/view/9718?tab=mens_main

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1 week ago

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Garavans Bar Galway City West of Ireland Open - Day 2;

Richie Fallows 3-0 Nick Wall 11-6, 14-12, 12-10 (41mins)

A 1pm start in Galway, not the best time to gather a crowd for a match that promised fireworks. The match up didn’t disappoint.. A 3-0 victory for Fallows, close in the 2nd and third but Richie always looking the more likely victor. The quality definitely ramped up as the match went on, Nick showing off his talent in a few firey exchanges but the top seed is through to the 1/4 final.

Abhay Singh 1-3 Mark Fuller 10-12, 11-7, 2-11, 8-11 (52mins)

An upset to the seedings in the second match of the day.. A testing match with long and patient rallies. The third game saw far too many errors from the Indian player, Fuller happy to capitalise and close out the game. He carried his momentum into the 4th, an impressive performance to get into the 1/4’s.

Robert Downer 3-1 Joseph White 8-11, 11-8, 11-8, 11-6 (55mins)

A battle of attrition between these two, great quality in parts with serious athleticism on display. Could have went either way, Robert, the higher seed sealing his place in the next round.

Sebastien Bonmalais 3-0 Enzo Corigliano 11-7, 11-2, 11-4 (24mins)

Exhibition style squash from the flamboyant French men. A treat to watch, one sided contest though.

Hugo Varela 0-3 Patrick Rooney (38mins)

Beautiful flowing squash from the Liverpudlian player allowed him to control the points when it mattered.. A very close 1st, more expressive 2nd and 3rd but ultimately too good from Patrick.

Sean Conroy 1-3 Harry Falconer (62mins)

Really enjoyable match for the spectators. All the will of the crowd not enough to see the Irishman through. Inspiring squash for the juniors, enviable for the seniors..
A potentially impressive comeback for Sean in the 4th, 10-6 match ball down, could have pushed a 5th but unfortunately didn’t.

Farkas Balazs 0-3 Aqeel Rehman (31mins)

Disastrous start for Farkas, luggage not coming off the plane (second time this month) for the Hungarian.. Bad prep for a hard match against a hungry Aqeel.
Never comfortable for Farkas, clinical from the Austrian!

Miles Jenkins 0-3 Nathan Lake (43mins)

A little bit argy bargy in parts, tough squash with really good ball control from both. Nathan showing a bit more resilience, a bit more experience.

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1 week ago

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Quality squash on display, battle of the French players Seb Bonmailis taking on Enzo Corigliano.. ⁦Garavans Bar Galway City ⁦at GLTC ⁦Squash - PSA Challenger Tour ... See MoreSee Less

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1 week ago

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Garavan's West of Ireland Open started today in Galway LTC with the final on next Saturday. Brian Byrne had a 1st round match vs Miles Jenkins tonight. Brian lost in 4 games. Full results 👉 t.co/ltGduaenpK Sean Conroy plays his 1st match tomorrow. Squash - PSA Challenger Tour ... See MoreSee Less

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