Connacht Wheelchair team success

A very successful day for Connacht GAA Wheelchair Hurling Team

The Connacht Wheelchair Hurling Team won all their three games in Round 3 of the Michael Donnelly Interprovincial Wheelchair Hurling League which took place in front of a very large local support at the Joe Langan Sports Hall, Davitt College, Castlebar, Co. Mayo on Saturday the 24th August 2019.  The Connacht Wheelchair Hurling Team defeated Ulster 5-1, won 3-2 against Munster and defeated Leinster 2-1. The Connacht Wheelchair Hurling team is wished continued success in the final and fourth round of M. Donnelly Interprovincial Wheelchair Hurling League takes place on Saturday 14th September in St Marys Secondary School, Newport, Co. Tipperary. 

Pictured above  (Front Left to right): Tom Fleming (Mayo), Pat Carty (Sligo), Peter Egan (Mayo), Aidan Hynes (Sligo), Liam O’Boyle (Mayo), Shane Curran (Galway) and Sarah Cregg (Roscommon). Missing from photograph is Steven Melvin (Sligo). 

(Back Row,  L to R) Billy Mc Nicholas (Mayo GAA Games Manager), Christy Tyrell (Galway GAA Representative), Denis O’Boyle (Secretary , Connacht GAA Health and Wellbeing and Games for All Committee), Seamus Touhy (Vice Chairman, Mayo GAA Co Board), Bernie Rowland, (Principal of Davitt College, Castlebar), Tim Hynes  (Connacht Team Coach), Gerry Mc Govern (President of the Connacht Council), Tadhg Morley (Connacht Team Coach) Geraldine  McTavish,  (National GAA Diversity and Inclusion Officer), Mattie Kilroy (Chairman, Connacht GAA Health and Wellbeing and Games for All Committee), John Hopkins (Connacht P.R.O.) Gerry Bourke ( Mayo GAA Connacht Council Represen



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