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James Nagle leaves Carbery on a winning note

April 11th, 2022 1:30 PM

By Southern Star Team

William O'Brien presents the cup to 2021 Carbery Junior A/B winner James Nagle after last Sunday's final at the Marsh Road. On right is competition runner-up Micheál O'Sullivan. (Photo: Dan McCarthy)

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JAMES Nagle departs Carbery’s championships on a winning note after his one-bowl victory over fellow Ross man Micheál O’Sullivan at The Marsh Road last weekend.

The 2021 junior A/B championship was an improvised regional competition after Covid had interrupted the original schedule. Sunday’s decider was a well-contested affair with Nagle’s blistering start a major influence on the outcome.

His opening four gave him a bowl advantage and although a few chances came O’Sullivan’s way they were kept to a minimum. Nagle’s two big last shots from the ‘avenue gate’ sealed his win. Nagle will contest in the City junior A championship for 2022 having relocated there due to work commitments.

 

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