All Ireland Tae Kwon Do Championships 2011

All Ireland Tae Kwon Do Championships 2011

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All Ireland 2011

A team of students from Warrior Martial Arts travelled to Dublin recently to compete at the All Ireland Tae kwon do championships. The team consisted of students from several of the Warrior clubs. Competitors from Baltimore, Union Hall, Ballineen, Clonakilty, Innishannon and Ballinhassig all made the trip to Dublin, some travelling the day before the competition and the majority travelling by bus on the day of the event. 22 students in total took part for Team Warrior, this included instructors Dan and Barry O’Mahony.

The team had an outstanding day, taking 5 gold, 3 silver and 11 bronze All Ireland medals. All the Warriors did very well on the day putting in strong performances, unfortunately not everyone could be in the medals. The crowds did not faze any of the students as they took to the floor with confidence. From 6 year old Ewan Mc Nulty of Union Hall club to chief instructor Dan O’Mahony all competed for All Ireland titles in their relevant divisions.

The full team consisted of brothers Ewan, Sean and James Mc Nulty, David and Killian Forde and Daniel Nolan of Union Hall, Brian O’Mahony, David Kelly and Jonathan Hurley of Innishannon, Dave Coleman of Ballinhassig, Claire Wilcox, Aishling O’Driscoll, Dwayne Crowley and Eugene Birlea, brothers Conor and Brian Carmody and their dad Michael of Clonakilty club, Andrew Foley of Baltimore club, Padraig Mc Namara and Sarah Murphy of Ballineen club and instructors Dan and Barry also competed on the day.It was great to have 4 All Ireland Title holders coming home and several more medalists in the team.

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