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St Mark's can fire out a warning in trophy bid

By Staff Reporter

Published 06/11/2015

St Mark's (Portadown) will continue the hunt for their second IIBA Club Championship against Christchurch (Western) at the Watson Stadium tomorrow.

They lifted the trophy two years ago, defeating serial winners Cookstown Parochial.

With most of the big guns in the second half of the draw - those ties will be played on November 21 - St Mark's are favourites to make the last four.


IIBA Club Championship: Whitecross (Oriel) v St Anthony's, Craigavon (Armagh) or Sean McDermotts (Monaghan); Spa Golf Club (Mid Down) v Du Pont (North West); Ballinderry (Lisburn) v Rosemount (North Down) or Derryloran (Mid Ulster); Kinghan (South & East Belfast) v Mossley (East Antrim); Christchurch (Western) v St Mark's, Portadown (Armagh); Drum (Monaghan) or Balmoral (South & East Belfast) v St Joseph's (Mid Ulster); Roslea (Monaghan) v St Mary's Aghadowey (North Eastern); Cranagill (Armagh) or Drummond (North West) v St Coleman's (North Eastern).

Ireland: Rink One: K Conroy (Redeemer), R O'Neill (United Services), A Lecky (St Mark's, Portadown), S Hand (Corduff).

Rink Two: C McHugh (Cookstown Parochial), D McElroy (Cookstown Parochial), W Morrison (1st Ahoghill) G McNabb (St Michael's, Enniskillen).

Rink Three: L Harrison (United Services), J Quinn (Ballylennon), P Beattie (St Mark's, Portadown), M Beattie (Strabane Cricket Club).

Rink Four: A Paul (Cookstown High School), S McSorley (Ardstraw), P Hanlon (Cooley), J Beattie (St Mark's, Portadown).

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