Kerry GAA had the honour of hosting the Munster Poc Fada competition which took place over the Kerryhead course on Saturday June 15th.
The Senior winner was Ronan Taaffe of Clare on 33 pocs and the runner Up was Colin Ryan of Limerick on 34 pocs. The Under 16 Winner was Pat Ryan of Tipperary and 2nd was Keltyn Molloy of Kerry.
|MUNSTER SENIOR POC FADA 2019 RESULTS|
|3rd||Eoin Davis||St Catherines||Cork||38|
|MUNSTER UNDER 16 POC FADA 2019 RESULTS|
|1st||Pat Ryan||Upperchurch Drombane||Tipperary||16|
Christy Ryan (Martin Donnelly Ltd Sponsors of Munster Poc Fada), Liam Lenihan (Chairman Munster GAA), Ronan Taffe (Clare – Munster Senior Winner 2019), Joey Carton (Munster Hurling Coaching and Games Manager), Ger McCarthy (Munster Council Delegate Kerry GAA) at the Munster Poc Fada Final in Kerryhead mountain Ballyheigue.
Christy Ryan (Martin Donnelly Ltd Sponsors of Munster Poc Fada), Liam Lenihan (Chairman Munster GAA), Pat Ryan (Tipperary – Munster Under 16 Winner 2019), Joey Carton (Munster Hurling Coaching and Games Manager), Ger McCarthy (Munster Council Delegate Kerry GAA) at the Munster Poc Fada Final in Kerryhead mountain Ballyheigue.
Clár an Lae
10:30 a.m. Briefing for Under 16 Participants
10:40 a.m. Briefing for Senior Participants
11:00 a.m. Start Under 16 Competition
11:10 a.m. Start Senior Competition
1:00 p.m. Lunch and Presentation of prizes by Cathaoirleach Comhairle na Mumhan, Liam Ó Loinneachain in Ballyheigue Golf Club.
All Prizes are sponsored by Martin Donnelly.
Directions for the Munster Poc Fada at Tiduff Ballyheigue on 15th June 2019
Drive through Ballyheigue Village, Follow the coast road west towards Kerryhead. After about four Kilometres you will come to Glenderry Primary School. Stay on the main road and take the second turn left after the school (this junction is about 3 km past the School). Keep going straight for Kenny’s farmyard (About 2 km from the junction). There will be signs on the route. When you arrive Stewards will assist with parking.