Friary Students Reach Colleges 60x30 All-Ireland Finals



St. Augustine’s College was well represented at the All-Ireland finals recently held at venues in Co. Kilkenny, where the best of colleges handball was on display.

In Kilfane Charlie Treen and Jack Power played Gary McAleer and Thomas Duff (Dean Maguirc, Tyrone) in the Junior Doubles final. The Friary boys played well in a close contest but Dean Maguircs were victorious 15/10, 15/9.

In Talbot’s Inch William Beresford and Sean Callaghan played Cathal and Dara O Laoire (CCCM An Spideal, Galway) in the Intermediate Doubles semi-final, winning well 15/9, 15/4. The boys then went on to play Joe Devereux and David Doyle (St. Peter’s College, Wexford). St. Augustine’s played well but the Wexford boys won through in the end 15/4, 15/6.

Well done to William, Sean, Charlie and Jack for reaching the All-Ireland colleges finals.


St. Augustine's College is located in Abbeyside, Dungarvan Co. Waterford, just 2.5km (5 mins by car) from Dungarvan Town Centre.

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