Seamus O'Tuama - Columnist - IRISH EXAMINER

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Even at 75, Barry was a winner

"The legacy of heroes is the memory of a great name and the inheritance of a great example"

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Nyhan’s battling performance sees him past O’Driscoll and Carroll

Jimmy Nyhan is Munster Vintage (over-60) champion following a battling performance against Mikie O’Driscoll (B) and DD Carroll at Timoleague on Saturday.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Sexton digs deep to edge past Bohane in Connie Killarney Cup final

Seamus Sexton won the Connie Killarney Cup final on the Marsh Road where he beat Michael Bohane with his 18th shot past the line.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Murphy’s early blitz too much for Coppinger in Mick Crowley Cup

David Murphy opened with six brilliant bowls at Bauravilla to send him on his way to an emphatic win over Martin Coppinger in the Mick Crowley Cup.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Mullins sees off Toal’s challenge

Christy Mullins beat the line in 17 shots from the town line at Skibbereen to record a bowl of odds win over Michael Toal in the CoAction Benefit on the Marsh Road.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Toal comes out of retirement to play Mullins in CoAction feature

Next Sunday at Skibbereen, Michael Toal returns from retirement to play Christy Mullins in the feature score of a benefit weekend for CoAction.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Mullins, O’Donovan take the features

Christy Mullins and James O’Donovan won the two feature scores at the Dingle Cliff and Coastal Rescue benefit on the Ballydavid Road near Dingle.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Hubbard overcomes Buckley to take victory in Ballinacurra

David Hubbard scored the line in 15 great bowls at Ballinacurra where he beat Paul Buckley by almost a bowl.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Buckley turns back the clock in no uncertain terms

James Buckley bowled like an Oisín returned from Tír na nÓg in Sunday’s Hurley’s of Midleton King of the Roads final at Ballincurrig, we hadn’t seen anything like this from him since the 1990s.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Five-star Buckley takes King of the Roads title

James Buckley bridged a 19-year gap when he won the 30th Hurley’s of Midleton King of the Roads title with a five-star performance against Aidan Murphy at Ballincurrig yesterday.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Mullins sees off Daly and Creedon to claim glory in Noel Phair Cup final

Christy Mullins won the Noel Phair Cup final at Shannonvale where he beat both Gary Daly and John Creedon by well over a bowl.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: Magnificent Callanan sees off Twohig to claim Billy Molloy Cup honours

Wayne Callanan bowled brilliantly to win the Billy Molloy Cup against Gavin Twohig at Whitechurch.

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SEAMUS OTUAMA: O’Donovan makes Bauravilla finish in 16 throws

James O’Donovan scored the line at Bauravilla in 16 great throws to beat Aidan Murphy by a bowl in a Mick Crowley Cup tie.

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