Cummins remains Poc Fada king

Cummins remains Poc Fada king

All three M. Donnelly All-Ireland Poc Fada titles have been retained for the first time ever on the Annaverna Mountain in Louth this afternoon.

Tipperary's veteran goalkeeper Brendan Cummins claimed his sixth senior title, completing the course in 39 pocs.

Derry's Ruairi Convery came second with Down goalkeeper Graham Clarke finishing in third spot.

Meanwhile, Waterford's Patricia Jackman took her third camogie title.

Offaly's Cillian Kiely became the first youngster to take consecutive Under-16 titles, beating his record of last year by two pocs.

There was double success for Tipp star Cummins who won the pairs competition with Antrim's Kevin McKernan.

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