Category Archives: Men’s Zone

Men’s panel selected for final against Mid Tyrone

Oriel have once again reached the final of the inter zone to be held in Clontibret on the 9th of March. The selectors have selected the following players for the final Subs

Oriel men’s reach 8th straight final

The local derby between Monaghan and Oriel took place in Corduff with Oriel hopeful of another final. They have played Monaghan recently winning comfortably but Saturday was anything but comfortable. First Half

Zone Panel selected to face Monaghan

Oriel play Monaghan in the semi-final of the cup this Saturday in Corduff. All Players are asked to be there for 1.30. A practice match is also arranged for the team this

Oriel Men’s make remarkable comeback v Donegal

In recent years Oriel have played Donegal once (In the Final in 2017) with Oriel running out easy victors. However going to Donegal would be a much stiffer test then playing on

Men’s panel selected to face Donegal

After the last rounds nail biting victory over Larne the selectors have kept faith with the same panel of players as that day All players are traveling by car and are asked

Oriel reclaim Top Team Event in Dominant Style

After the lows of last years defeat, Oriel Zone went into the Top Team Event hungry for revenge. Once again they came up against Pembrokeshire and the current holders the West Midlands.

Section A of the National Trips

The first section of our National Trips took place in Redeemer. There were many tight matches and some incredible comebacks.  1st Round John McMahon playing with Thomas Gartlan and Imelda Hanratty began

Oriel Men involved in nail biter with Larne

The current champions Oriel were involved in a titanic tussle with Larne that not alone came down to the last end but the last bowl

Mens Panel to face Larne

The Team has now been selected to face Larne

Men cruise to victory over South Tyrone

The Oriel Zone men’s team saw their challenge to retain their title begin with a comfortable victory over South Tyrone. The first half saw Stephen McMahons rink race into an early lead