The Irish team took bronze in the team event beating Wales 7-2. In the opening match Ireland lost out to Scotland 5-4. Ireland also lost out to the eventual winners England 7-2 in their final match on day one of the event.
In the individual event Ireland took four medals across four disciplines. Ireland took silver in boys singles and boys doubles. Matthew Cheung reached the final of the singles and then partnered up with Dylan Noble to also make the final of the boy’s doubles.
Siofra Flynn was another double medallist as she took bronze in the girl’s singles and in the girls doubles with her sister Neasa Flynn. It was another sister partnership who took bronze in the girls doubles as Chloe and Paige Woods reached the other semi-final of the event to secure their medal.
“The Quadrangular is a great event for our Irish players to test themselves against international opposition from our neighbouring countries. We had some very strong performances from talent group player Matthew Cheung and Siofra Flynn who is still under thirteen. Matthew was unfortunate not to take gold in the boys singles as he was undefeated in the team event and played exremely well throughout the individual event. Siofra performance was extremely positive and it shows great signs for her future as she still has another two years in the under fifteen age group. Well done to all our team members on their peformances over the weekend and to the team coaches John Amond and Naomi Darragh for their guidance of the team" High Performance Director Daniel Magee
For a full list of the results from the quadrangular individual event click here