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Kickboxing Ireland Award Winners 2019

Kickboxing Ireland Logo [Reference: 1]

Winners

DisciplineWinnersClub
Youngest/Younger Cadet Forms/Weapons GirlsLeah KiernanSKMAA
Youngest/Younger Cadet Forms/Weapons BoysJake CarrollSKMAA
CHF -PFZoe HicksIon
CHM – PFSam O’Toole
Aranas Orlovas
TMA
BMA
Younger Cadet Girls PointsLucy Conlon OatesLeo
Younger Cadet Boys PointsKyle MooreKFMA
Older Cadet Girls PointsSarah CassidyTMA
Coaches Choice – Athlete with DistinctionNathan ClarkeTMA
Older Cadet Girls Forms/WeaponsHeide McLoughlinSKMAA
Older Cadet Boys Forms/WeaponsBilly McLawrenceRank 1
Junior Boys Forms/WeaponsMax MillarSKMAA
Older Cadet Boys Light/Kick LightCialam DowdallTMA
Light Contact Junior BoysLuke McCannHMA
Kick Light Junior BoysLuke CroninWest Cork
Junior Girls Light/Kick LightRobyn McDonnellRed Star
Junior Girls PointsJodie BrowneTMA
Full – Low Kick & K1 BoysZak RiddellKKC
Female VetsAine ConlonLeo
Male VetsNicky TreacyBMA
Men Full Contact/Low Kick/K1Jake RiddellKKC
Women Full Contact/Low Kick/K1Deirdre BegleyWest Cork
Women PointsKeri BrowneTMA
Mens PointsConor McGlinchyTMA
Female Forms & WeaponsJessica GrantSKMAA
Women Light Contact & Kick LightLily De La CourWest Cork
Mens ContinuousTony StephensonWest Cork
Junior Athlete of the Year (Girl)Robyn McDowellRed Star
Junior Athlete of the Year (boy)Luke McCannHMA
Senior Athlete of the Year (Male)Tony StephensonWest Cork
Senior Athlete of the Year (Female)Lily de La CourWest Cork
Kickboxing Ireland Award Winners 2019 [References: 2]

Report

The 2019 Kickboxing Ireland Awards saw Tony Stephenson (Senior Male), Lily De La Cour (Senior Female), Luke McCann (Junior Boys) and Robyn McDowell (Junior Girl) pick up the Athlete of the Year Awards.

Kickboxers in Action [Reference: 3][Picture Credit: Kickboxing Ireland]

References

Logos

[1] Kickboxing Ireland (2016) kbi_logo3 [Internet] Available from: https://www.kickboxingireland.ie/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/kbi_logo3.png [Accessed 15 October 2020]

Websites

[2] Kickboxing Ireland (2019) Award Winners 2019 [Internet] Available from: https://www.kickboxingireland.ie/kickboxing-ireland-2019-award-winners/ [Accessed 15 October 2020]

Images

[3] Kickboxing Ireland (2014) light_slide [Internet] Available from: https://www.kickboxingireland.ie/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/light_slide.png [Accessed 15 October 2020]

Acknowledgements

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Irish National Darts Organisation Ladies Rankings 2015

Irish National Darts Organisation Logo [Reference: 1]

INDO Rankings Ladies 2015

PosNameCountyE1E2E3E4E5E6E7Total
1Robyn ByrneDublin6/88/03/24/06/03/86/862
2Linda HarteWexford6/36/60/80/38/82/04/357
3Olive McIntyreLeitrim6/x4/88/x0/00/38/340
4Veronica SkeffingtonMayo6/33/36/63/23/00/00/439
5Stacey BlandLaois6/xx/43/43/40/02/62/034
6Marian WerderWexford6/48/04/41.5/03/333.5
7Teresa MaherLaois5/x6/6x/34/x3/633
8Kay O’CarrollCorkx/836/43/230
9Tracey GriffithsCavan5/00/42/03/03/02/30/022
10Anne RedmondWexford5/34/32/00/31.5/00/x21.5
11Teresa KingCavan4/23/00/33/30/00/00/321
12Regina BoyleDublin3/x4/x3/30/04/3x/x0/020
13Maeve O’ConnorCarlow3/1x/x3/00/30/4x/00/014
13Siobhan MurphyCarlow4/1x/x2/04/0x/00/3x/x14
13Caroline BreenGalway6/22/414
13Catherine FlemmingMayo6/0x/x2/30/0x/x0/03/014
17Izabella HandCavan4/02/30/00/40/0x/x0/x13
17Samantha CarberryLeitrim4/2x/x4/0x/x0/3x/xx/x13
19Amy RedmondWexford5/03/40/x12
20Maria VaughanGalway6/1x/x0/4x/00/x11
21Ces LallyGalway5/0x/23/x10
22Sharon BuckleyCork5/00/49
23Sarah ButlerCarlow4/40/xx/00/08
23Barbara BarrettMayo5/38
23Ann Marie FloodDublin5/x3/x8
23Ann MurphyKilkenny6/x2/08
23Geraldine HarkinDonegal5/00/30/08
23Mags PrendergastDublin5/00/00/03/08
29Gemma KearonWexford6/17
29Helen MaloneMayo6/17
29Noreen CarryCavan4/x3/x7
32Mary NuggentCork0/66
32Helen KennyMayo4/26
32Trisha JoyceMayo4/26
32Trisha DoyleGalway4/20/00/06
32Bernie McDonaldCarlow5/10/00/00/06
32Debbie O’ConnorClare5/16
32Sarah JoyceMayo4/02/x6
39Christine CodyCarlow3/25
39Mary CorballyGalway3/25
39Donna DeMansfield AbsolonGalway4/15
39Adena SkeffingtonMayo4/15
39Muireann McDermottCavan4/10/05
39Liz ButlerCarlow4/15
39Liz IngramCavanx/32/00/00/x0/05
46Martina O’DonoghueCork0/11
46Norrie McKeoghGalway0/11
46Margaret EdwardsWicklow0/11
Irish National Darts Organisation Ladies Rankings 2015 [Reference: 2]

Events

NumberEventDate
E1InterCounties (Sun) / Inter Counties Singles (Sat)15.02.2015 / 14.02.2015
E2Cavan (Sat) / Cavan (Sun)21.03.2015 / 22.03.2015
E3Castlebar, Co. Mayo (Sat) / Castlebar (Sun)09.05.2015 / 10.05.2015
E4Kilkenny (Sat) / Kilkenny (Sun)20.06.2015 / 21.06.2015
E5Waterford (Sat) / Waterford (Sun)25.07.2015 / 26.07.2015
E6Ennis Pairs (Co. Clare) / Irish Masters22.08.2015 / 23.08.2015
E7Ennis (Co. Clare) / National Singles12.09.2015 / 13.09.2015
Irish National Darts Organisation Ladies Rankings 2015 [Reference: 2]

Report

Robyn Byrne finished top of the Ladies Irish National Darts Organisation Rankings in 2015 with 62 points with Linda Harte in second on 57. Byrne put in a exemplary Final Event, scoring 6 points on the Saturday in Ennis, Co. Clare and then taking the maximum 8 points in the Irish National Singles on the Sunday. Byrne and Harte were level on 48 Points coming into the Event, the Seventh and Final one of the year.

References

Images

[1] INDO (2020) 9886424 [Internet] Available from: https://indodarts.weebly.com/uploads/6/0/0/6/60063899/9886424.png [Accessed 5 October 2020]

Websites

[2] INDO (2020) Rankings [Internet] Available from: https://indodarts.weebly.com/rankings.html# [Accessed 5 October 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Fiona Corrigan and Margaret Williams.

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Archery Ireland Wicklow Indoor Open 2020

Archery Ireland Logo [Reference: 1]

Shoreline Leisure Centre, Greystones, Co. Wicklow / 12 January 2020

Medal Standings

RankTeamGoldSilverBronzeMedals
1DMA Dundrum Archers3148
2BHA Blackheath Archers2002
3WWA Wicklow Archers1214
4CUA CuChulainn Archers1203
5DAC Dublin archers1113
6AAC Athenry Archers Club1001
6AGB Ballyvally1001
6ABA Ashbourne Archers1001
6CUL Ulster Archers1001
10DIT DIT Archery Club0101
10COB City of Belfast Archers0101
10LFA Liffey Archers0101
13NUIG NUIG Archery Club0011
13ATH Athboy Archery Club0011
Archery Ireland Wicklow Indoor Open 2020 [Reference: 2]

Medal Results Men

EventGoldPtsSilverPtsBronzePts
RecurveCarl McCaffrey DMA1130Garrett Byrme WWA1106Adam Taylor DMA1105
Recurve JuniorGerard Brady DMA1030
Recurve CadetCillian Reid WWA1096Rory Farrell WWA503
Recurve MasterAlan Smith BHA942Joe Malone DAC847Tom Fox WWA827
CompoundDean Hamilton AGB1164Eamon Rogers CUA1145Christopher Ryan NUIG1141
Compound MasterGerry Finnegan ABA1124Fiachra Judge CUA1104Hugh Murphy ATH1030
Archery Ireland Wicklow Indoor Open Medal Results Men 2020 [Reference: 2]

Medal Results Women

EventGoldPtsSilverPtsBronzePts
RecurveCarmel Malone DMA999Alice Jordan DIT990Ciara Dunne DAC911
Recurve JuniorThea Fogerty DMA1021Andrea Lopez Murray DMA945
Recurve CadetLucy Smith BHA1039Melina Collins LFA973
Recurve MasterAmanda Norton West AAC618
CompoundDeirdre Rogers CUA784
Compound MasterDeirdre Shannon CUL1065
Archery Ireland Wicklow Indoor Open Medal Results Men 2020 [Reference: 2]

Medal Results Team

EventGoldPtsSilverPtsBronzePts
Recurve MenDMA Dundrum Archers3210WWA Wicklow Archers3103
Recurve WomenDAC Dublin Archers2543
Recurve Junior MixedDMA Dundrum Archers2051
Compound MixedCUA CuChulainn Archers1929
Archery Ireland Wicklow Indoor Open Medal Results Team 2020 [Reference: 2]
Wicklow Archers Logo [Refeence: 3]

Report

Dundrum Archers finished top of the Medal haul in the Archery Ireland Wicklow Indoor Open 2020 with 3 Gold, 1 Silver and 4 Bronze. Blackheath archers finished second with two Gold, and hosts Wicklow Archers third with 1 Gold, 2 Silver and 1 Bronze.

Carl McCaffrey (Dundrum Archers) won the Men’s Recurve Gold with a score of 1130, and Carmel Malone (Dundrum Archers) won the women’s Recurve with a score of 999.

The Men’s Compound Gold Medal went to Dean Hamilton of Ballyvally and the Womens Compund Gold went to Deirdre Rogers of CuChulainn.

References

Images

[1] Archery Ireland (2018) Archery Ireland Logo [Internet] available from: http://archery.ie/downloads/downloads-for-clubs/logo/ [Accessed 11 March 2018]

Websites

[2] Archery Ireland (2018) Wicklow Indoor Open 2020 [Internet] Available from: https://www.ianseo.net/TourData/2020/6632/BOOK.pdf?time=2020-01-12+16%3A53%3A48 [Accessed 23 August 2020]

Images

[3] Wicklow Archers (2019) WALogo_Flat_large-scaled [Internet] Available from: https://i1.wp.com/wicklowarchery.org/site-assets/uploads/2019/11/WALogo_Flat_large-scaled.png?resize=80%2C80 [Accessed 23 August 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Andrea Norton & Billy Flynn.

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Irish Athletic Boxing Association Irish Olympic Medal Winners 1952-Present

Irish Athletic Boxing Association Logo [Ref: 1]

Olympic Medal Winners

NameWeightYearOlympicsMedal
John McNallyBantamweight1952HelsinkiSilver
Fred TiedtWelterweight1956MelbourneSilver
Tony ByrneLightweight1956MelbourneBronze
Fred GilroyBantamweight1956MelbourneBronze
John CaldwellFlyweight1956MelbourneBronze
Jim McCourtLightweight1964TokyoBronze
Hugh RussellFlyweight1980MoscowBronze
Michael CarruthWelterweight1992BarcelonaGold
Wayne McCulloughBantamweight1992BarcelonaSilver
Kenneth EganLightheavyweight2008BeijingSilver
Darren SutherlandMiddleweight2008BeijingBronze
Paddy BarnesLightflyweight2008BeijingBronze
John Joe NevinBantamweight2012LondonSilver
Katie TaylorLightweight2012LondonGold
Michael ConlonFlyweight2012LondonBronze
Paddy BarnesLightflyweight2012LondonBronze
IABA Irish Boxing Olympic Medal Winners 1952-Present [Ref: 1]

Report

Ireland has won 16 Medals in Boxing in the Olympic Games, by far our most Successful sport. Michael Carruth (Barcelona 1992) and Katie Taylor (London 2012) have won both Gold, while our best medal hauls ever were London 2012 (four medals) and Melbourne 1956 (four medals). John McNally was Ireland’s first ever Boxing Medal Winner, winning Silver at Helsinki 1952.

Katie Taylor wins Gold at the London 2012 Olympics [Ref: 3]

References

Images

[1] Irish Athletic Boxing Association (2020) logo [Internet] Available from: http://iaba.ie/15166-2/ [Accessed 21 June 2020]

Websites

[2] Irish Athletic Boxing Association (2020) Ireland’s Most Successful Olympic Sport [Internet] Available from: http://iaba.ie/high-performance/roll-of-honour/ [Accessed 21 June 2020]

Images

[3] Daily Mail (2012) London 2012: Katoe Taylor wins Gold for Ireland [Internet] Available from: https://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/08/09/article-2186114-1476B437000005DC-541_634x433.jpg [Accessed 21 June 2020]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Niall Brennan.

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Irish Fantasy League of American Football 1994-1996

Irish Fantasy League of American Football Logo [Ref: 1]

Champions

YearChampions
1994Crumlin Red Giants
1995Wicklow Wolves
1996Wicklow Wolves
Irish Fantasy League of American Football Champions 1994-1996 [Ref: 2]

Teams 1994-1996

TeamYears
Crumlin Red Giants1994-
Maltese / Mornington Mastodons1994-1995 /1996-
Wicklow Wolves1994-
Castleknock Cougars1994-
Leitrim Cruisers1994-
South Central Stingrays1995-
Corrigeen Crusaders1995-
Irish Fantasy League of American Football Teams 1994-1996 [Ref: 1]

Report

The Irish Fantasy League of American Football started in 1994 with five teams: Crumlin Red Giants (Champions 1994), Maltese Mastodons, Wicklow Wolves, Castleknock Cougars and Leitrim Cruisers. Corrigeen Crusaders and South Central Stingrays joined in 1995, but the winners that year and in 1996 were Wicklow Wolves. The only change in 1996 was a move for the Maltese Mastodons to Mornington.

1997 saw another expansion team: Casement Cheetahs. this year the new, match-up league system was introduced, with two Conferences, Lombardi and Madden introduced, with teams placed in one or the other depending on where they finished the previous year. Promotion and Relegation was also introduced. (For the IFLAF 1997-2005 see: Irish Fantasy League of American Football 1997-2005 and for IFLAF 2006-2015 Irish Fantasy League of American Football 2006-2015 ). The League folded in 2015 after all of the original franchises had left.

References

Images

[1] IFLAF (2015) IFLAF Logo [Internet] Available from: http://www.iflaf.com/images/iflaf/iflaf.gif [Accessed 30 May 2019]

Websites

[2] IFLAF (2015) IFLAF History [Internet] Available from: http://www.iflaf.com/history.htm [Accessed 30 March 2019]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Nora Mulcahy, Richard D Mulcahy, Richard F Mulcahy, Dervla Mulcahy, Fiona Connolly-Mulcahy, Colm Kincaid, Conor Connolly-Mulcahy, Dara Connolly-Mulcahy, Fiona Corrigan, Alan Delaney, Rory Naughton.

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Jugger | International Tournament of Spain 2016

Final Positions (Madrid, Spain, 30 Sep-2 Oct 2016)

Pos Team City (Country)
1 Tercios Espanoles Murcia (ESP)
2 Rigor Mortis Berlin (GER)
3 Magnethopollos Jugger Murcia (ESP)
4 Sons of Garres Murcia (ESP)
5 Frankespavos de Kiev Valencia (ESP)
6 JuggerMeister Madrid (ESP)
7 Ciponejos Revolution Murcia (ESP)
8 Midnight Fighters Alicante (ESP)
9 Ninjas Almoradi Alicante (ESP)
10 Setanta Dublin (IRL)
11 CJ A Cornuna (ESP)
12 Hipnosapos Murcia (ESP)
13 Rampage Santander (ESP)
14 Verracos Murcia (ESP)
15 TackleTiger Karlsruhe (GER)
16 Fianna Cartagena (ESP)
17 Feedbacks Valencia (ESP)
18 Tribu Mahud Cartagena (ESP)
19 IX Legion Asturias (ESP)
20 JuggerHeister Madrid (ESP)
21 Els Gegants Lerida (ESP)
22 Vigo Ruins Santander (ESP)
23 Ragnarok A Coruna (ESP)
24 Smoking Aces Madrid (ESP)
25 Filos do Norte Santaigo (ESP)
26 Hellfish Santander (ESP)
27 Elements Museros (ESP)
28 Valkyr Team Alicante (ESP)
29 Huestes de Odin Salamanca (ESP)
30 Setanta 2 Dublin (IRL)
31 Skoell unknown
32 Spuggers Madrid (ESP)
33 Northwest Wolves A Coruna (ESP)
34 Suricatos JT Barcelona (ESP)
35 Dreadnought Valencia (ESP)
36 Vegan Raptors unknown
37 Warthogs unknown
38 Malaga United JC Malaga (ESP)
39 Blue Monkeys Catalunya
40 Black Cats A Coruna (ESP)
41 Hidras Murcia (ESP)
42 Kettemuerde unknown
43 Cerberus Murcia (ESP)
44 Tsuruchi Samurais Murcia (ESP)
45 Malaga United B Malaga (ESP)
46 Dragon Riders Alicante (ESP)

Report

_______________________________________________________

The International Tournament of Spain was held in Madrid over the weekend of 30 September to 2 October 2016 [1]

Teams representing Ireland, Germany and Spain, Australia, Canada & US entered the Tournament which was won by Tercios Espanoles of Murcia in Spain. Dublin’s Setanta finished tenth. [1]

Ranking Points: 31

About

Jugger is like a cross between American Football and Medieval Combat. It is a team Sport where the objective is to get a skull from the middle of the field into a zone at the opposing teams end. There are five players on each team, four of whom are paired off fightning each other with padded weapons such as swords.

When a player is ‘killed’ in these fights he has to kneel down and is out of the game for that particular round. The Fifth person is the Qwick. His job is to get the skull from the middle of the field past the opposing Qwick into a zone at their opponents endzone. He can only advance the skull once the other teams fighters are all dead. The team which scores the most skull touchdowns is the winner.

References

_______________________________________________________

Websites

[1] Jugger Turniere (2016) International Tournament of Spain 2016 [Internet] Available from: http://turniere.jugger.org/tournament.result.php?id=289 [Accessed 30 July 2017]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Grant Farrell

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Kildare Darts League 2009-2013

Kildare Darts League 2009-10

 

  P W D L F A Pts
Northern Division              
Bridgewater 12 10 1 1 +42   21
Clane GAA 12 8 1 3 +24   17
Dags A 12 5 3 4 +14   13
Murphys 12 4 5 3 0   13
O’Connors 12 5 3 4 -6   13
Corner House 12 2 3 7 -24   7
Carbury B 12 0 0 12 -50   0
Southern Division              
Bridge House 12 8 3 1 +24   19
Neesons 11 7 3 1 +19   17
Carbury A 11 7 2 2 +26   16
Corner House B 12 4 3 5 -1   11
Dags B 12 2 4 6 -14   8
Corner House A 12 3 2 7 -18   8
Murtaghs 12 0 3 9 -36   3

[1][2]

 

Kildare Darts League 2010-11

 

  P W D L F A Pts
Northern Division              
Dags A 10 7 3 0 +26   53
Clane GAA 10 5 2 3 +14   47
Carbury A 10 5 3 2 +14   47
O’Connors 10 4 4 2 +6   43
Murphys 10 3 0 7 -8   36
Corner House 10 0 0 10 -52   14
Southern Division              
Bridgewater 4 3 1 0 +20   26
Murtaghs 4 1 0 3 -8   12
Carbury B 4 1 1 2 -12   10

[3][4]

 

Kildare Darts League 2011-12

 

  P W D L F A Pts
Bridgewater 12 10 0 2 66 30 28
Dags A 12 10 1 1 69 27 27
Carbury A 12 9 1 2 68 28 27
O’Connors 12 8 0 4 61 35 27
Dags B 12 7 0 5 55 41 21
Murphys 12 7 1 4 55 41 21
Clane GAA 12 6 1 5 52 44 19
The Lodge, Monread 12 5 2 5 49 47 18
Murtaghs 12 4 3 5 46 50 15
Carbury B 12 2 1 9 28 68 9
Roches 12 0 4 8 30 66 6
Newtown Inn, Maynooth 12 1 1 10 24 72 5
Corner House 12 1 1 10 21 75 3

[5]

 

Kildare Darts League Divvision 1 2012-13

 

  P W D L F A Pts
Dags A 14 8 4 2 70 42 26
Carbury A 14 7 2 5 63 49 24
The Lodge, Monread 14 7 3 4 62 50 23
Clane GAA 14 7 2 5 60 52 22
Bridgewater 14 5 4 5 61 51 21
Davey’s 14 5 4 5 59 53 20
O’Connors 14 4 7 3 60 52 19
Cooke’s 14 0 0 14 13 99 0

[6]

 

References

___________________________________________________________________

 

Websites

 

[1] Kildare Darts – League Republic (2010) Kildare Darts League – Northern Division – Season 2009/2010 [Internet] Available from: http://kildaredarts.leaguerepublic.com/l/fg/1_1109951.html [Accessed 18 February 2018]

[2] Kildare Darts – League Republic (2010) Kildare Darts League – Southern Division – Season 2009/2010 [Internet] Available from: http://kildaredarts.leaguerepublic.com/l/fg/1_9389832 [Accessed 18 February 2018]

[3] Kildare Darts – League Republic (2011) Kildare Darts League – Northern Division – Season 2010/2011 [Internet] Available from: http://kildaredarts.leaguerepublic.com/l/fg/1_5556001.html [Accessed 18 February 2018]

[4] Kildare Darts – League Republic (2011) Kildare Darts League – Southern Division – Season 2010/2011 [Internet] Available from: http://kildaredarts.leaguerepublic.com/l/fg/1_4366759 [Accessed 18 February 2018]

[5] Kildare Darts – League Republic (2012) Kildare Darts League 2011 – 2012 Fridays [Internet] Available from: http://kildaredarts.leaguerepublic.com/l/fg/1_3742314 [Accessed 18 February 2018]

[6] Kildare Darts – League Republic (2013) Kildare Darts League Division 1 2012/2013 [Internet] Available from: http://kildaredarts.leaguerepublic.com/l/fg/1_972294892 [Accessed 18 February 2018]

 

Acknowledgements

 

Thanks to John Kane.

 

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Jugger | Irish International 2016

Final Positions (Dublin, Ireland, 20-21 August 2016)

PosTeamCity (Country)
1JuggerMeisterMadrid (ESP)
2TackleTigerKarlsruhe (GER)
3SetantaDublin (IRL)
4Silver Horde3 Cities (GER)
5VictimRethwisch (GER)
6Falco JuggerBerlin (GER)
7Flying JUGGmen BonnBonn (GER)
8GossenhauerFreiburg (GER)
9Spare ChipsLummerland (GER)
10Rampage (Ireland)Dublin (IRL)
11KlosterKaetzchenMixteam (GER)
12Els GegantsLerida (ESP)
13RedbacksBrisbane (AUS)
14Setanta 3Dublin (IRL)
15FischkoppkriegerKiel (GER)
16Setanta 2Dublin (IRL)
17Living UndeadsHannover (GER)
18the fatty and the fast onesx Citys, x ≥ 3 (GER)
19Orange JuggernautsNuernberg (GER)
20Phoenix Rose / Redbacks 2Dublin (IRL)
21Ni KnightsBilbao (ESP)
22Die Goldenen ReiterDresden (GER)
23Jugger TimeValladolid (ESP)
24Canada’s PantsDenver (USA)

Report

_______________________________________________________

The Irish International Jugger Tournament was held in Wanderers RFC in Dublin over the weekend of 20th and 21st August 2016 to Celebrate 10 Years of Jugger in Ireland. [2]

Teams representing Ireland, Germany, Spain, Australia, Canada & USA entered the Tournament which was won by JuggerMeister of Madrid in Spain. Dublin’s Setanta finished third. [1]

Ranking Points: 20

About

Jugger is like a cross between American Football and Medieval Combat. It is a team Sport where the objective is to get a skull from the middle of the field into a zone at the opposing teams end. There are five players on each team, four of whom are paired off fightning each other with padded weapons such as swords.

When a player is ‘killed’ in these fights he has to kneel down and is out of the game for that particular round. The Fifth person is the Qwick. His job is to get the skull from the middle of the field past the opposing Qwick into a zone at their opponents endzone. He can only advance the skull once the other teams fighters are all dead. The team which scores the most skull touchdowns is the winner.

References

_______________________________________________________

Websites

[1] Jugger Turniere (2016) Irish International Tournament 2016 [Internet] Available from: http://turniere.jugger.org/tournament.result.php?id=283 [Accessed 30 July 2017]

Acknowledgements

Thanks to Grant Farrell

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Quasar Stats | UK & Ireland Tournament | Whitstable 17 March 2018


Final Table

  P W L APS AB TB THD TR TS
*Golden Dragons 9 9 0 38844 74.6 107 2006 1.62:1 12189
Hen Dubz (Irl/Eng) 9 8 1 37560 82.6 89 2016 1.61:1 13865
Bedford 9 7 2 33115 61.7 67 1367 1.37:1 12116
Cobra Island 9 6 3 30581 62.9 65 1150 1.31:1 12558
Hemel 9 5 4 23046 32.1 26 208 1.05:1 9979
Church of Lurch 9 4 5 16445 33.3 18 -520 0.88:1 9786
Suchkas 5 9 3 6 8935 29.8 26 -902 0.76:1 7905
Lizzie’s 18th 9 2 7 6778 14.9 7 -1242 0.68:1 7426
Pebble Dashers 9 1 8 6139 20.1 8 -1857 0.64:1 7984
Corba Jr 9 0 9 7040 28.1 20 -1737 0.66:1 8926

Compiled from :[1][2]

[3]

Legend

APS = Average Player Score / AB = Average Bongs / TB = Total Bases / THD = Total Hit Difference / TR = Tag Ratio / TS = Total Shots

Results

Team 1 1 2 TTL Team 2 1 2 TTL
Round 1              
Cobra Island 417 358 775 Corba Jr -29 24 -5
Golden Dragons 451 512 963 Suchkas 5 -41 -38 -79
Round 2              
Hemel 358 367 725 Corba Jr 20 17 37
Suchkas 5 -54 -33 -87 Cobra Island 479 481 960
Round 3              
Corba Jr -81 110 29 Golden Dragons 564 443 1007
Round 4              
Hemel 56 84 140 Golden Dragons 413 338 751
Round 5              
Church of Lurch -11 56 45 Hen Dubz 473 353 826
Bedford 430 389 819 Lizzie’s 18th 2 -4 -2
Round 6              
Pebble Dashers -55 -60 -115 Hen Dubz 498 490 988
Church of Lurch 35 100 135 Bedford 351 376 727
Round 7              
Hen Dubz 509 481 990 Lizzie’s 18th -66 -59 -125
Round 8              
Corba Jr 112 46 158 Bedford 378 400 778
Cobra Island 450 433 883 Pebble Dashers -5 -30 -35
Hen Dubz 339 374 713 Hemel 103 39 142
Church of Lurch 26 20 46 Golden Dragons 416 432 848
Round 9              
Suchkas 5 25 -2 23 Hen Dubz 463 479 942
Lizzie’s 18th 71 90 161 Hemel 322 326 648
Pebble Dashers -68 -40 -108 Golden Dragons 438 488 926
Round 10              
Cobra Island 377 409 786 Lizzie’s 18th 38 5 43
Hen Dubz 352 298 650 Corba Jr 11 -52 -41
Round 11              
Golden Dragons 370 396 766 Lizzie’s 18th 70 -16 54
Cobra Island 299 386 685 Church of Lurch 106 43 149
Round 12              
Bedford 101 132 233 Hen Dubz 355 325 680
Suchkas 5 82 164 246 Church of Lurch 172 236 408
Corba Jr 143 157 300 Lizzie’s 18th 241 206 447
Round 13              
Suchkas 5 -21 1 20 Bedford 461 408 869
Pebble Dashers 0 48 48 Hemel 428 391 819
Golden Dragons 311 384 695 Cobra Island 150 32 182
Round 14              
Hemel 248 345 593 Church of Lurch 211 74 285
Bedford 509 453 962 Pebble Dashers -56 -32 -88
Round 15              
Pebble Dashers 223 307 530 Corba Jr 233 144 377
Bedford 237 304 541 Cobra Island 252 130 382
Lizzie’s 18th 134 136 270 Suchkas 5 198 193 391
Round 16              
Church of Lurch 292 340 632 Pebble Dashers 113 113 226
Cobra Island 153 161 314 Hen Dubz 284 260 544
Suchkas 5 86 98 184 Hemel 301 297 598
Round 17              
Corba Jr 35 101 136 Church of Lurch 332 272 604
Hen Dubz 213 214 427 Golden Dragons 278 205 483
Bedford 359 320 679 Hemel 82 97 179
Round 18              
Corba Jr 107 169 276 Suchkas 5 330 181 511
Lizzie’s 18th 204 254 458 Pebble Dashers 215 206 421
Golden Dragons 214 338 552 Bedford 216 136 352
Round 19              
Hemel 118 186 304 Cobra Island 301 236 537
Pebble Dashers 109 117 226 Suchkas 5 373 293 666
Lizzie’s 18th 127 117 244 Church of Lurch 269 284 553

Reference: [2]

Report

Hen Dubz, a team half made up of Irish players and Half English [4], finished runners-up in the only UK & Ireland Tournament of 2018, held in Whitstable, England on St. Patrick’s Day. They lost only one of 9 Matches, to eventual winners Golden Dragons, and finished top on Average Bongs, Total Hit Deifference and Total Shots. [1][2][3]

Websites

[1] Quasar Stats (2018) Tournaments | Whitstable 2018-03-17 [Internet] Available from: https://www.quasarstats.com/tournaments/58 [Accessed 20 December 2018]

[2] Quasar Stats (2018) Tournaments | Whitstable 2018-03-17 | Games [Internet] Available from: https://www.quasarstats.com/tournaments/58#stats-games [Accessed 20 December 2018]

[3] Quasar Stats (2018) Tournaments | Whitstable 2018-03-17 | Teams [Internet] Available from: https://www.quasarstats.com/tournaments/58#stats-teams [Accessed 20 December 2018]

[4] Quasar Stats (2018) Tournaments | Whitstable 2018-03-17 | Players [Internet] Available from: https://www.quasarstats.com/tournaments/58#stats-players [Accessed 20 December 2018]

Acknowledgements

John Wills, John Morahan.

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Researched, compiled and written by Enda Mulcahy for the

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Last Updated: 21 December 2018

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