Kerry Badminton Association News

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The refixed Kerry doubles championships for both ladies and men for divisions 2&4 took place last Monday night in the Killarney Sports Arena.

For a Bank Holiday night there was certainly a great turnout and the many onlookers were certainly treated to all that is good in the game of badminton.

Results as follows: Division 2 Mens Doubles- James Leane, Listowel and Donnacha Moloney, Moyvane won 21-12; 21-16 v Aidan McCarthy, Kingdom Castleisland and Brendan McGovern of Annascaul .

In the Division 2 Ladies Final Maeve Twomey, Killarney and Elaine Hudson, Moyvane won v Helen Browne and Saorcha Fitzgerald 21-14; 21-11.

In Division 4: Paula O’Sullivan, Ballyheigue and Ciara Hudson, Moyvane won in 2 sets v Michelle Corridan and Bridget McCarthy of Moyvane  21-15; 24-22.  Liam Barry and Ger O’Connor of Killarney were Division 4 Mens winners v Brendan Carroll of Causeway and Listowel’s Paul Hayes. 21-16; 21-10.

The CPC.IE  sponsored Kerry Badminton County Championships will conclude on Friday night next, March 23rd in the Killarney Sports Centre and the final swansong of another good championship season will see the mixed doubles championships for divisions 2&4. The games commence at 7.30 and all involved, players and court helpers are requested to report on time.

Jonathan Keane Castleislland & Maeve Twomey Killarney who won last years Kerry Division 2 Mixed Doubles Championships . This year’s competition is due to be played Friday 23 March Killarney Sports & Leisure Centre

At a meeting of the Munster Council last week it was decided to refix the 2018 Brewster Cup for  Saturday April 14th at a Tipperary venue yet to be decided

The juvenile Kerry championships will conclude the same weekend with the Mixed doubles for all age groups , these are also to be played in Killarney.

The annual juvenile art competition will also take place the same weekend

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