60x30 Championships a huge success with all finals played on Sunday 28th May. All finals closely contested. The day kicked off with a great Boys U18 Plate final, where John Joe Buggy and Shane O'Dowd showed great spirit to come from 2 games down and set up a tie-breaker with eventual winners Joseph Brennan andRyan Lawlor. Harry Lawlorand Conor Malone took the Boys U18 title against Jack Carrol and Josh Lawlor, after just losing out in a tough match in the Mens Novice Semi Final on Saturday evening. Great performances from all 8 Juvenile players from theClogh/Moneenroe club over the weekend. Sisters, Grace and Olivia Hearn stayed focused the whole way through the Ladies Intermediate final to pick up a great win against their Templeudigan clubmates Niamh Murphy and Suzanne Fitzharris, after going 1 game down. Avril Quigley and Maggie Walsh took the Ladies Plate final against Gusserane pair, Diane Somers and Pamela Quigley. The Men's Novice final was an all Clogh/Moneenroe clash, with Thomas O’Reilly and Dylan Purcell pulling through against Robert Menton and Eoin Moore. It was a well-earned title for Thomas and Dylan on the back of 3 tough matches from the previous day. New Wexford club, Gusserane, had great representation in the Mens Junior Final with 3 players featuring. Leon Galvin (Templeudigan) and Philly Molloy eventually took the title against Joe Kehoe and Paddy Whelan. Wexford brothers Brian and James Bolger narrowly missed out in the tie-breaker to John Bolger and Shane Furlong of Templeudigan in a cracking Intermediate final. In the premier division, the Men's Senior Doubles, Don Lawlor(Clogh) and James Smith(Arklow) battled through 3 tight matches on Saturday including a 12-10 tie-breaker Semi Final win over Niall Gibbons and Enda Gannon, to set up a clash with Paul Cummins of Ballyanne and Sean O’Neill from Templeudigan. It was a thrilling final to wrap up the weekend, with Don and James continuing their trend throughout the competition of digging out results and going on to claim an 11-9 victory in the tie-breaker. Congratulations to all of the competitors over the weekend. We hope to see everyone again next year along with some new faces. Or thanks to Tournament Director, Sean Lyng for his sterling work in running the Championships over the weekend.