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Wicklow GAA Handball County Championships 40×20 1991

Wicklow GAA Crest [Reference: 1]

Finals, Coolboy, Co. Wicklow June 1991

GradeWinner Runner-UpScore
Junior SinglesPaddy Kelly (Bray Emmets)bt.Brian Wolohan (Arklow) 
Junior DoublesBrian Wolohan & Partner
(Arklow)
bt.Dessie Creane / Ger Healy
(Bray Emmets)
 
[References: 1]

Report

Paddy Kelly of Bray Emmets won the Wicklow GAA Handball County Junior Singles Championship in 1991, and Brian Wolohan and Partner won the Junior Doubles.

References

Images

[1] GAA Handball (2020) wicklow [Internet] Available from: https://assets.gaahandball.ie/assets/images/crests_county/wicklow.png [Accessed 22 December 2020]

Sources

[2] Anon. (1991) “Handball” Bray People. Friday., June 14 1991. Pg. 18

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Irish Collegiate Handball Association Intervarsity Championships 1991

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Championships 1991

DateWinnersRunners-UpScore
Semi-Finals
24.02.1991University of LimerickUniversity College Dublin
24.02.1991University College GalwayQueens University Belfast
Final
24.02.1991University College GalwayUniversity of Limerick105-55
Irish Collegiate Handball Association Intervarsity Championships 1991 [Reference: 2]

Plate 1991

DateWinnersRunners-UpScore
Semi-Finals
24.02.1991University College Galway BUniversity of Limerick105-52
24.02.1991SligoMultyfarnham108-105
Final
24.02.1991University College Galway BSligo102-85
Irish Collegiate Handball Association Intervarsity Championships Plate 1991 {Reference: 2]

Open 1991

DateWinnersRunners-UpScore
Semi-Finals
24.02.1991G. Mac Giofa Eodha (UL)B. McIntyre (Sligo)39-18
24.02.1991E. O’Neill (Garda College)T. Cadden (Bolton St.)24-21
Final
24.02.1991E. O’Neill (Garda College)G. Mac Giofa Eodha (UL)43-8
Irish Collegiate Handball Association Intervarsity Championships Open 1991 [Reference: 2]

Report

University College Galway won the Irish Collegiate Handball Association Championship in 1991, defeating University of Limerick 105-55 in the Final. University College Galway also won the Plate when their B team defeated Sligo RTC in the Plate Final. The Open Championship was won by E O’Neill of Garda College.

About GAA Handball

Handball was first played in Ireland according to the World Handball Council website and the GAA Handball website describes it as the GAA’s only real World Sport. It is organised along the same lines as the rest of the Gaelic Games which come under the authority of the GAA – with County, Provincial and All-Ireland Championships, in both Men’s and Women’s, Team and Individual, Boys and Girls and also in Softball and Hardball versions. Some players compete in the European Pro Wallball Tour (Wallball is a unified version of Handball in Europe, bringing together the Handball of Ireland, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Catalonia, Basque Country, Belgium, Wallonia, Flanders and Netherlands. Others play on the US circuit or in Canada and Australia. It is also played in Japan and Latin America.

References

Logos

[1] Irish Collegiate Handball Association Twitter (2020) Profile Picture [Internet] Available from: https://twitter.com/IchaHandball/photo [Accessed 26 November 2020]

Newspapers

[2] Anon. (1991) “The A-Z of weekend Sport | Handball” Irish Independent. Monday, 25 February 1991. Pg. 18

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GAA Handball Gael Linn 2018

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Cup (Salthill, Co. Galway)

DateTeam 1 Team 2 
 Quarter-Finals   
28.01.2018Abbeyknockmoy (Galway)62Monaghan Harps (Monaghan)30
28.01.2018Clogh (Kilkenny)54Boherbue (Cork)29
28.01.2018Lahorna (Tipperary)48Galmoy (Kilkenny)36
 28.01.2018Loughmacrory (Tyrone)56Castleconnor (Sligo)25
 Semi-Finals   
 28.01.2018Abbeyknockmoy (Galway)59Clogh (Kilkenny)43
 28.01.2018Loughmacrory (Tyrone)39Lahorna (Tipperary)36
 Final   
 28.01.2018Loughmacrory (Tyrone)52Abbeyknockmoy (Galway)37
GAA Handball Gael Linn 2018 [Reference: 2]

Plate (Salthill, Co. Galway)

DateTeam 1 Team 2 
 Semi-Finals   
 28.01.2018Monaghan Harps (Monaghan)57Boherbue (Cork)42
28.01.2018Galmoy (Kilkenny)56Castleconnor (Sligo)32
 Final   
 28.01.2018Galmoy (Kilkenny)63Monaghan Harps (Monaghan)28
GAA Handball Gael Linn 2018 [Reference: 2]

Report

Loughmacrory from Tyrone won the GAA Handball Gael Linn title in 2018, triumphing 52-37 over Galway’s Abbeylnockmoy in the Cup Final. Galmoy of County Kilkenny won the Plate, defeating Monaghan Harps 63-28 in the Final. Dearbhaile Fox and Eoin McElholm represented Loughmacrory. Two Teams of two represented each of the four provinces in the competition, which was played in Salthill, Co. Galway on 28 January 2018. The competition was run through Irish, with the use of the Irish language encouraged throughout.

GAA Handball Gael Linn Champions 2018
GAA Handball Gael Linn Champions 2018 [Reference: 4]

About Handball

Handball was first played in Ireland according to the World Handball Council website and the GAA Handball website describes it as the GAA’s only real World Sport. It is organised along the same lines as the rest of the Gaelic Games which come under the authority of the GAA – with County, Provincial and All-Ireland Championships, in both Men’s and Women’s, Team and Individual, Boys and Girls and also in Softball and Hardball versions. Some players compete in the European Pro Wallball Tour (Wallball is a unified version of Handball in Europe, bringing together the Handball of Ireland, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Catalonia, Basque Country, Belgium, Wallonia, Flanders and Netherlands. Others play on the US circuit or in Canada and Australia. It is also played in Japan and Latin America.

References

Logos

[1] GAA Handball (2017) GAA Handball Logo Square [Internet] Available from: https://cache.gaahandball.ie/images/made/images/remote/http_gaahandball-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/1470913550-GAA-Handball-Logo-Square_394_394_85_c1.jpg [Accessed 11 December 2017]

Websites

[2] GAA Handball (2017) Results – Gael Linn [Internet] Available from: https://www.gaahandball.ie/competitions/results [Accessed 20 February 2018]

[3] GAA Handball (2017) Gael Linn 2018 [Internet] Available from: https://www.gaahandball.ie/news/gael-linn-2018 [Accessed 21 November 2020]

Images

[4] GAA Handball (2018) 1516891260-Cup-Winners-2017_640_425_85_c1 [Internet] Available from: https://cache.gaahandball.ie/images/made/images/remote/http_gaahandball-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/1516891260-Cup-Winners-2017_640_425_85_c1.jpeg [Accessed 21 November 2020]

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GAA Handball 40×20 Inter-Club Championships 2017

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Open (Mullingar, Westmeath)

DateTeam 1 Team 2 
 Semi-Finals   
02.12.17Breacach (Tyrone)87Mallow (Cork)60
02.12.17Kells (Meath) bye 
 Final   
02.12.17Kells (Meath)70Breachach (Tyrone)49
GAA Handball 40×20 Inter-Club Championships Open 2017 [References: 2]

Junior (Leixlip, Kildare)

DateTeam 1 Team 2 
 Semi-Finals   
02.12.17Kilworth (Cork)WSaval (Down)L
02.12.17Tinryland (Carlow)71St. Brigids (Roscommon)52
 Final   
02.12.17Tinryland (Carlow)74Kilworth (Cork)61
GAA Handball 40×20 Inter-Club Championships Junior 2017 [References: 2]

Junior B (Curraghboy, Roscommon)

DateTeam 1 Team 2 
 Semi-Finals   
02.12.17Ballydesmond (Cork)90Breacach (Tyrone)50
02.12.17Ballymore Eustace (Kildare)60Newport (Mayo)28
 Final   
02.12.17Balllymore Eustace (Kildare)60Ballydesmond (Cork)22
GAA Handball 40×20 Inter-Club Championships Junior B 2017 [References: 2]

Report

Kells of Co. Meath won the GAA Handball All-Ireland Inter-Club Championships Open in 2017, Tinryland of Carlow the Junior, and Ballymore Eustace of Kildare the Junior B.

About Handball

Handball was first played in Ireland according to the World Handball Council website and the GAA Handball website describes it as the GAA’s only real World Sport. It is organised along the same lines as the rest of the Gaelic Games which come under the authority of the GAA – with County, Provincial and All-Ireland Championships, in both Men’s and Women’s, Team and Individual, Boys and Girls and also in Softball and Hardball versions. Some players compete in the European Pro Wallball Tour (Wallball is a unified version of Handball in Europe, bringing together the Handball of Ireland, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Catalonia, Basque Country, Belgium, Wallonia, Flanders and Netherlands. Others play on the US circuit or in Canada and Australia. It is also played in Japan and Latin America.

References

Logos

[1] GAA Handball (2017) GAA Handball Logo Square [Internet] Available from: https://cache.gaahandball.ie/images/made/images/remote/http_gaahandball-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/1470913550-GAA-Handball-Logo-Square_394_394_85_c1.jpg [Accessed 11 December 2017]

Websites

[2] GAA Handball (2017) Results – 40×20 Inter-club Championships Results [Internet] Available from: https://www.gaahandball.ie/competitions/results [Accessed 11 December 2017]

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GAA Handball All-Ireland Inter Club Championship Open Finals 2012-2018

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Open Finals 2012-2018

YearWinnersRunners-Up
2012Kells (Meath)67St. Coman’s (Roscommon)22
2013
2014Ballaghaderreen (Roscommon)
2015Kells (Kilkenny)104Glenbeigh (Kerry)84
2016Kells (Kilkenny)97Breachach (Tyrone)70
2017Kells (Meath)70Breachach (Tyrone)49
2018Coolboy (Wicklow)74Glenbeigh (Kerry)42
GAA Handball All-Ireland Inter Club Championship Open Finals 2012-2018 [Reference: 2-8]

Report

Kells of Meath twice won the GAA Handball All-Ireland Club Championships Open Finals between 2012 and 2018 inclusive. Their namesakes in Kilkenny also won the title twice, with Ballaghaderreen (Roscommon) and Coolboy (Wicklow) also taking the honours on one occasion.

Handball

Handball was first played in Ireland according to the World Handball Council website and the GAA Handball website describes it as the GAA’s only real World Sport. It is organised along the same lines as the rest of the Gaelic Games which come under the authority of the GAA – with County, Provincial and All-Ireland Championships, in both Men’s and Women’s, Team and Individual, Boys and Girls and also in Softball and Hardball versions. Some players compete in the European Pro Wallball Tour (Wallball is a unified version of Handball in Europe, bringing together the Handball of Ireland, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Catalonia, Basque Country, Belgium, Wallonia, Flanders and Netherlands. Others play on the US circuit or in Canada and Australia. It is also played in Japan and Latin America.

References

Logos

[1] GAA Handball (2017) GAA Handball Logo Square [Internet] Available from: https://cache.gaahandball.ie/images/made/images/remote/http_gaahandball-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/1470913550-GAA-Handball-Logo-Square_394_394_85_c1.jpg [Accessed 11 December 2017]

Websites

[2-8] GAA Handball (2012-2018) GAA Results Summary 2012-2018 [Internet] Available from:
https://www.gaahandball.ie/competitions/results [Accessed 1 April 2019]

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GAA Handball She’s Ace 2018

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40×20 Finals

GradeWinner Runner-UpScore
Ladies OpenCatriona Casey (Cork)DftMartina McMahon (limerick)15-11 15-6
Ladies BCliodhna O’Connell (Wexford)dftCuillean Bourke (Mayo)15-2 15-3
Ladies ChallengerEilish Owens (Tyrone)dftMary Burke (Mayo)31-15
15&UNoelle Dowling (Kilkenny)dftRoisin O’Keeffe (Kilkenny)25-23
13&UAmy Brennan (Kilkenny)dftClodagh Munroe (Tyrone)25-18
11&UFun Event   
GAA Handball She’s Ace 40×20 Finals 2018 [Reference: 2]

One-Wall Finals

GradeWinner Runner-UpScore
Beginners ChallengeMary Burke (Mayo)dftNuala Dunning (Cork)15-13
Mother & DaughterCarmel & Claire Reynolds (Mayo)dftEithne & Clodagh Munroe (Tyrone)15-12
Team EventTeam GuildeadftTeam Bourke40-36
11&UFun Event   
GAA Handball She’s Ace One-Wall Fnals 2018 [Reference: 2]

Report

GAA Handball ran a Ladies and Girls Only Tournament in 2018, called She’s Ace. Both 40×20 and One Wall Competitions were held, with Catriona Casey of Cork winning the 40×20 Ladies Open and Mary Burke of Mayo winning the One Wall Beginners Challenge. Included in the events were a fun event for 11 and Under, and a Mother & Daughter One Wall Tournament, won by Carmel & Claire Reynolds of Mayo.

About

Handball is one of the Gaelic Athletic Association’s Charter sports of 1884. It is played on a court with three walls, and is very similar to the Handball played in America, Australia, Canada, and the variations on Handball, Pelota and Wallball played throughout Western Europe, and are all probably of the same origin. Handball is described on the GAA Handball website as the only real GAA World Sport. The World Handball Council says Handball was first played in Ireland.

References

Websites

[1] GAA Handball (2017) GAA Handball Logo Square [Internet] Available from: https://cache.gaahandball.ie/images/made/images/remote/http_gaahandball-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/1470913550-GAA-Handball-Logo-Square_394_394_85_c1.jpg [Accessed 11 December 2017]

[2] GAA Handball (2018) Results – She’s Ace [Internet] Available from: https://www.gaahandball.ie/competitions/results [Accessed 20 February 2018]

Acknowledgements

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GAA Handball 40×20 Men’s Senior Singles 2018

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Results

Winner Runner-Up 
Last 16   
Armagh (Charly Shanks)w/oMayo (Vinnie Moran)scr
Cork (Tadgh Carroll)w/oTyrone (Darragh Daly)scr
Clare (Colin Creehan)dft.Roscommon (Rikki O’Gara)21-13 21-15
Clare (Diamuid Nash)dft.Kerry (Dominic Lynch)21-15 21-8
Galway (Martin Mulkerrins)dft.Tyrone (Johnny woods)21-9 21-0
Wexford (Gavin Buggy)dft.Antrim (Owen McKenna)21-18 18-21 21-19
Cork (Brendan Fleming)dft.Dublin (Eoin Kennedy)18-21 21-10 21-19
Westmeath (Robbie McCarthy)w/o.Dublin (Carl Browne)scr
Quarter-Finals   
Armagh (Charly Shanks)dft.Cork (Tadgh Carroll)21-12 21-10
Clare (Diarmuid Nash)dft.Clare (Colin Creehan)21-16 21-8
Galway (Martin Mulkerrins)w/oWexford (Gavin Buggy)inj.
Cork (Brendan Flemming)dft.Westmeath (Robbie McCarthy)21-19 21-15
Semi-Finals   
Armagh (Charly Shanks)dft.Clare (Diarmuid Nash)11-21 21-16 21-16
Galway (Martin Mulkerrins)dft.Cork (Brendan Flemming)21-11 21-2
Final   
Galway (Martin Mulkerrins)dft.Armagh (Charly Shanks)21-9 21-11
GAA Handball 40×20 Men’s Senior Singles 2018 [Reference: 2]

Report

Galway’s Martin Mulkerrins won the GAA Handball 40×20 Men’s Senior Singles in 2018, defeating Armagh’s Charly Shanks in the Final by two sets (21-9 and 21-11). Mulkerrins was a convincing Champion, having won all his matches in two sets, dropping no more shots in any set than the 11 he dropped in the Final Set against Shanks in the Final.

References

Logos

[1] GAA Handball (2017) GAA Handball Logo Square [Internet] Available from: https://cache.gaahandball.ie/images/made/images/remote/http_gaahandball-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/1470913550-GAA-Handball-Logo-Square_394_394_85_c1.jpg [Accessed 11 December 2017]

Websites

[2] GAA Handball (2018) Results | 2018 | 40×20 Mens Senior Singles[Internet] Available from: https://www.gaahandball.ie/competitions/results [Accessed 22 April 2018]

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GAA Handball Women’s National Singles Roll of Honour 1995-Present

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Roll of Honour 1961-2017

YearWinnerCounty
1995B. HennesseyLimerick
1996B. HennesseyLimerick
1997B. HennesseyLimerick
1998F. McKennaAntrim
1999F. McKennaAntrim
2000F. McKennaAntrim
2001L.F. GilmoreCanada
2002F. McKennaAntrim
2003F. ShannonAntrim
2004M. DalyKerry
2005F. ShannonAntrim
2006F. ShannonAntrim
2007F. ShannonAntrim
2008A. ReillyAntrim
2009F. ShannonAntrim
2010A. ReillyAntrim
2011F. ShannonAntrim
2012A. ReillyAntrim
2013A. ReillyAntrim
2014A. ReillyAntrim
2015C. CaseyCork
2016C. CaseyCork
2017Tadhg HaranGalway
GAA Handball Women’s National Singles Roll of Honour 1995-Present [References: 2]

Composite Table of Wins

WinsPlayerCounty
6Fiona ShannonAntrim
5Aisling ReillyAntrim
4F. McKennaAntrim
3B. HennesseyLimerick
2Caitriona CaseyCork
1M. DalyKerry
1L.F. GilmoreCanada
References: [Compiled from: 1]

Report

The Irish Nationals for Women were started in 1995, with Antrim providing the lions share of winners – the top three spots on the Roll of Honour belong to Fiona Shannon (6 wins), Aisling Reilly (5 wins) and F. McKenna (4 Wins) – all Antrim.

The most recent champion has been Caitriona Casey of Cork who has won the last two, while B. Hennessey of Limerick (3 wins) and Kerry’s M. Daly and Canada’s L.F. Gilmore (1 apiece) complete the list of winners.

About

Handball is one of the Gaelic Athletic Association’s Charter sports of 1884. It is played on a court with three walls, and is very similar to the Handball played in America, Australia, Canada, and the variations on Handball, Pelota and Wallball played throughout Western Europe, and are all probably of the same origin.

References

Images

[1] GAA Handball (2017) GAA Handball Logo Square [Internet] Available from: https://cache.gaahandball.ie/images/made/images/remote/http_gaahandball-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/1470913550-GAA-Handball-Logo-Square_394_394_85_c1.jpg [Accessed 11 December 2017]

Bibliography

[2] GAA (2017) – “The Complete Handbook of Gaelic Games – Full GAA Records from 1887 to 2017 Inclusive : Various- Women’s pg. 365. DBA Publications Limted, Dublin.

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CIJB Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano Mundial Llargues 1996-Present

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CIJB Confedercion Internacional Mundial de Pelota a Mano Logo [Reference: 1]
YearCompetitionChampionSub-ChampionBronze
1996I MundialSpainNetherlands
1998II MundialSpainFrance
2000III MundialSpainNetherlands
2002IV MundialSpainNetherlands
2004V MundialSpainItaly
2008VI MundialNetherlandsSpainBelgium
2012VII MundialNetherlandsColombiaSpain
2014VIII MundialBelgiumSpain
2018IX MundialValenciana*BelgiumNetherlands
Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano (CIJB) Mundial Llargues 1996-Present [Reference: 2]

Note: *Comunidad Valenciana is a region of Spain considered a country in CIJB similar to Wales and Scotland being regions of Britain considered countries by FIFA in Soccer

Report

Spain won the first five World Championships (Mundial) in the Llargues mode of Pelota a Mano (Hand-Pelota) from its inception in 1996 to 2004, Netherlands has won two since, with Belgium and Comunidad Valenciana winning the other two.

Pelota a Mano is a team Handball sport similar to both GAA Handball and Basque Pelota. The CIJB (Confederacion Internacional de Pelota a Mano) has been organising European Championships since 1993 and World Championships since 1996.

Llargues is one of the three main Modes of Pelota a Mano along with One Wall and International.

References

Images

[1] CIJB (2015) logo_cijb [Internet] Available from: https://cijb.info/wp-content/uploads/2018/07/logo_cijb.png [Accessed 15 May 2018]

Websites

[2] CIJB (2017) Historial de Los Campeonatos Internacionales de la CIJB [Internet] Available from: https://cijb.info/historia/ [Accessed 14 August 2020]

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GAA Handball All-Ireland 40×20 Championships Men’s Senior Singles 1975-Present

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Roll of Honour 1975-Present

YearPlayerCounty
1975P. KirbyClare
1976P. KirbyClare
1977P. KirbyClare
1978P. KirbyClare
1979P. KirbyClare
1980P. KirbyClare
1981T. RyanTipperary
1982T. RyanTipperary
1983T. RyanTipperary
1984M. HenniganMayo
1985M. HenniganMayo
1986Michael WalshKilkenny
1987Mickey WalshRoscommon
1988Michael WalshKilkenny
1989Michael WalshKilkenny
1990Michael WalshKilkenny
1991Michael WalshKilkenny
1992W. O’ConnorMeath
1993E. CorbettTipperary
1994E. CorbettTipperary
1995P. McAuleyLouth
1996Michael WalshKilkenny
1997P. McAuleyLouth
1998Michael WalshKilkenny
1999T. HealyCork
2000T. HealyCork
2001T. HealyCork
2002E. KennedyDublin
2003P. BradyCavan
2004T. HealyCork
2005P. BradyCavan
2006P. BradyCavan
2007P. BradyCavan
2008P. BradyCavan
2009P. BradyCavan
2010P. BradyCavan
2011P. BradyCavan
2012P. BradyCavan
2013P. BradyCavan
2014R. McCarthyWestmeath
2015R. McCarthyWestmeath
2016R. MCarthyWestmeath
2017C. ShanksArmagh
2018Martin MulkerrinsGalway
2019Robbie McCarthyWestmeath

Reference: [1][2][3]

Reference

Logos

[1] GAA Handball (2017) GAA Handball Logo Square [Internet] Available from: https://cache.gaahandball.ie/images/made/images/remote/http_gaahandball-uploads.s3.amazonaws.com/1470913550-GAA-Handball-Logo-Square_394_394_85_c1.jpg [Accessed 11 December 2017]

Bibliography

[2] GAA (2018) “Handball: All-Ireland 40×20 Championships : Senior Singles.” The Complete Handbook of Gaelic Games: Full GAA Records from 1887 to 2017 Inclusive. 2017. DBA Publications Limited. Blackrock, Co. Dublin, Ireland.

Websites:

[3] GAA Handball (2018) Results 2018 [Internet] Available from: https://www.gaahandball.ie/competitions/results [Accessed 17 March 2019]

[4] GAA Handball (2019) Results [Internet] Available from: https://www.gaahandball.ie/competitions/results [Accessed 26 March 2019]

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