David Morris emerged victorious in the Presidents Cup last weekend, the third ranking event of the Irish amateur season that was held at the Ivy Rooms in Carlow. By Jonathan Williams My event was nothing to write home about as I expected, but in saying that I didn’t play awfully[Read More…]
Tag: President’s Cup
Brendan O’Donoghue has won the third ranking event of the Irish campaign after claiming the Presidents Cup on Sunday in Carlow.
The third senior ranking event of the Irish campaign gets under way on Saturday at the Ivy Rooms in Carlow. A disappointing 54 players have entered the tournament, while two further names have already been marked down on the draw as having withdrawn. As such, several of the in-form players[Read More…]
By Jonathan Williams I had prepared well coming up to the Presidents Cup – by that I mean I played most days. However, rather than actually practicing potting, I was picking out balls for John Sutton in Potters Drogheda for a few hours each day. Being totally honest I was very low[Read More…]
Michael Judge has won the Presidents Cup after a dramatic comeback final victory over David Hogan in Carlow. Judge, a quarter-finalist in the recent IBSF World Amateur Championship, trailed Hogan 3-0 but four frames on the spin saw the 41 year-old snatch the triumph from the jaws of defeat. Judge[Read More…]
The third ranking event of the Irish senior amateur campaign takes place this weekend in Carlow. The President’s Cup, sponsored by Eamonn Kearns, has a season low of 55 entrants competing for the €500 winner’s cheque. The top 9 seeds, including Brendan O’Donoghue and TJ Dowling who won the opening two[Read More…]
The third Irish ranking event of the season took place last weekend with Josh Boileau grabbing his first Senior success in the President’s Cup. The week prior, the young cueist from Kildare had lost in the rescheduled final of the Irish Open to Michael Judge, but there was no stopping[Read More…]