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Paul Rafferty overhauls James Oliver to take Mens' Intermediate Ulster Road Bowls title

Paul Rafferty, Mens' Intermediate Ulster champion
Andy Watters

PAUL Rafferty beat James Oliver to win the Mens’ Intermediate Ulster title last Sunday.

Oliver set the pace early on, but Rafferty took full control as the score progressed to take the coveted title over the Tullysaran Road.

Armagh ladies football star Kelly Mallon saw off Dervla Mallon to reach the final of the Ulster Ladies’ Senior Championship. The score was nip-and-tuck until Kelly pulled away late on and she now meets Siobhan Mackle in this year’s Ulster Final.

Meanwhile, Grange youngster Patrick Mackle won the boys U18 Ulster Championship beating former All-Ireland champion Ruairi Hughes from the Navan Club in the final and his senior clubmate Ethan Rafferty was crowned Ulster Junior A champion later that evening.

Rafferty, who scored in Armagh’s All-Ireland Qualifier win over Fermanagh on Sunday evening, beat Shane O'Neill over the Blackwatertown Road course last Friday night.

O'Neill won the toss and bowled first, but Rafferty went on to win by two bowls and will represent Ulster in the All Ireland final.

Newtown Road fixtures

Novice 2, Sunday, July 2, 11am: Barry Duffy v Hugh McSorley; 11.45am: Mark O’Rourke v Paddy O’Neill; Tullysarran 12.30pm: Damien Daly v Frank Oliver.

Sunday, July 9, 11am: Paul Doran v Ryan Kinchin; 11.45am: Stephen O’Reilly v Martin Malone; 12.30pm: Brian Quigley v Enda Mallon; 1.15pm: Teddy Conway v Adrian Rafferty.

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Madden fixtures (sponsored by Philip White Tyres)

Tuesday, June 27

Girls’ U16 Championship. Hughes, 7pm: Geraldine Kiernan v Tierna McVeigh

Men's JB Championship. Low line, 7,30pm: Ciaran Morgan v Johnny Kelly. Referee Hugh McCann, marker Coly Mallon.

Thursday, June 29

Boys’ U12 Championship, 6.45pm, Hughes: Cathal McGuire v Niall Stevenson. Referee Conall Rafferty, marker Joe Kiernan

Low line, 7.30pm, Men's JB Championship. Kevin McQuade v Donal Daly.

Friday, June 30

Ulster Veteran Championship semi-final, low line, 7.30pm: Paul Grimley v Tom McKeever

Saturday, July 1

Low line, 3.30pm. Ladies Intermediate Championship: Sinead Kiernan v Emma Jane O’Neill

Hughes, 4.30pm: Boys U16 Ulster Championship semi-final: TBC

Low line, 5.30pm: Men's Veterans Championship semi-final: Damien Morgan v Fergal McCreesh, referee Colin Mallon, marker Chrissy McCann

Sunday, July 2

Hughes, 11.30am, Boys U12 Championship semi-final: James Robinson v Ethan Hughes. Referee Chris Mallon, marker Kevin McQuade

Low line, 12.30pm, Ladies’ Intermediate Ulster Championship semi-final: Orlaith Trainor v Alisha Rooney, referee John Grimley, marker Ciaran Morgan

Low line, 3pm, Men's senior championship: Thomas Mackle v Paul O‘Reilly. Referee Conall Rafferty, marker Joe Kiernan

Hughes, 4.30pm, U16 Boys’ Ulster Championship semi-final: TBA.

Rock Road Fixtures

Tuesday, June 27

7pm, Corrs: Ruairi Hughes v Trystan Lyttle; 7.30pm: Jake Cullan v Tiernan Killan; semi-final draw will take place after scores

Moy Road results and fixtures

Sunday results

Boys’ U14 Ulster Championship: Eugene McVeigh beat Darren Gribben; Felons Grade 3: Shorty Grimley beat Kieran Smyth


Tieve Tara Fixtures

Junior C Fixtures

Sunday, July 2

11am: Shane Feighan v Brian Kinchin; 12pm: Chris McCann v Paul Murphy

Tullysaran Championship Fixtures

Wednesday, June 28, Ladies’ Senior final, Chapel, 7pm: Siobhan Mackle v Kelly Mallon (Ref: Niall Smith, Markers: Paddy O and JK)


Ladies’ Senior semi-final: Kelly Mallon beat Dervla Mallon

Men's Intermediate final: Paul Rafferty beat James Oliver

Portmor fixtures

Friday, June 30

Currans, 7pm, Paul Dobbin Trophy: Adrian Daly v Conor Powell

McGrails, 7.30pm: Harry Smyth v Philip Hughes

Sunday, July 2

Currans, 10.30am: Challenge scores

Navan Road fixtures

Thursday, June 29

Novice 4 Ulster championships: 7.30pm: Martin McCreedy v Harry Smith, 8pm: Gavin Hannaway v Jim Freeman

Sunday, July 2

Novice 4 Ulster championships: 11.15am: John Burns v Brian O'Rourke; 11.45am: Peter Daly v Francie Duffy; 12.15pm: Michael Grew v Conall Gribben; 12.45pm: Malachy Lennon v Raymond Finnegan

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