The 2019/2020 RAI Personal Accident/Injusry Insurance is now due for the upcoming
The 2018/2019 insurance will expire on September 30th 2019, we encourage all players
to renew their insurance as early as possible.
The RAI personal accident/injury insurance is compulsory for all players who want to
compete in RAI sanctioned tournaments.
For a quick breakdown of the policy benefits, please see here.
Affiliated Club Adult Insurance and Membership 2019/20 - €30
Affiliated Club Student Insurance and Membership 2019/20 - €25
Affiliated Club Junior (Under 18) Insurance and Membership 2019/20 - €15
2 Child Affiliated Club Junior (Under 18) Insurance and Membership 2019/20 - €20
3 Child Affiliated Club Junior (Under 18) Insurance and Membership 2019/20 - €25
PURCHASE HERE: https://www.klubfunder.com/…/Racquetball_Associ…/Membership…
More Info & Policy: https://www.racquetball.ie/insurance.html
The 5th Annual Women's Open was due to take place on the 5th of October 2019. Please note that this date has now changed to the new year - Saturday March 21st. Venue TBD.
As always, the Women's Open encourages female players of every level to come along, get involved, play some racquetball and have fun!
We look forward to seeing everyone at this later date.
Any questions, please contact our Women's Officer Katie Kenny.
Majella Haverty is the new European Womens Singles Champion after the completion on the 20th European Championships in Hamburg, Germany. She defeated Antonia Neary of Arklow 15-3, 15-5 in the final.
Mark Murphy after a slow start in the first game put in a great performce in the 2nd game and tiebreaker but the effort did not succeed as Germany's Marcel Czempisz ran out the winner
Women's Singles Final
M Haverty(IRL) def A Neary(IRL) 15-3, 15-5
Men's Singles Final
M Czempisz(GER) def M Murphy(IRL) 15-1, 14-15, 11-6
Ireland continues to dominate European Women's racquetball with Majella Haverty & Katie Kenny winning the Women's Doubles. They defeated Antonia Neary and Olivia Downey 15-7, 15-4 in the final.
In the Men's Doubles, Johnny O'Kenny and Mark Murphy were denied the gold by Germany's Joachim Loof and Marcel Czempisz.
Women's Doubles Final
Haverty/Kenny(IRL) def Neary/Downey(IRL) 15-7, 15-4
Men's Doubles Final
Czempisz/Loof(GER) def Murphy/O'Keeney(IRL) 15-13, 15-13
The 40+ Final at the 20th European Championships was another all Irish contest between Eoin Tynan and Kenny Cottrell but it was Tynan who prevailed in the highly contested match winning by 2 games to 1 in the tie-breaker.
Men's 40+ Singles Final
E Tynan(IRL) def K Cottrell(IRL) 15-13 5-15, 11-6
Team Ireland have retained both the Men's & Womens Team titles at the 20th European Championships held in Hamburg, Germany.
Ireland faced hosts Germany in the finals matches to decide the Nations Champions of Europe.
IRL #1 M. Murphy def. GER #1 M. Czempisz 15-4, 5-15, 11-10
IRL #2 E. Tynan def. GER #2 M. Klippel 15-5, 15-9
IRL Doubles Keeney/Cottrell def. GER Bertels/Schmitz 15-14, 15-8
IRL #1 M. Haverty def. GER #1 Y. Mesecke 15-2, 15-0
IRL #2 O. Downey def. GER #2 R. Hartmann 15-1, 15-3
IRL Dbls Neary/Kenny V GER Dbls Mesecke/Hartmann