It's all to play for as Paddy Lafferty tournament reaches latter stages

Young pretender Duffy seeking to topple reigning champ McNamee in last 16 clash

It's all to play for as Paddy Lafferty tournament reaches the latter stages

TENSE: The popular Paddy Lafferty memorial tournament is down to the last 16

Excitement is mounting as the popular Paddy Lafferty memorial pool tournament heads into the last 16.

The competition, held annually in the Inishowen village of Gleneely, attracted more than 100 entrants this year.

Reigning champ Eddie McNamee is on course to retain his title, but he faces a stiff test on Sunday as the competition's youngest ever competitor Adam Duffy takes him on for a place in the quarter finals.

Saturday evening will see two former champions, Paddy Logue and Damian Mc Feely, go head to head. There are plenty of worthy winners still in the competition and no one can be ruled out. 

Last 32 results: 
Charlie Duffy bt Niall Mc Daid 
Eddie Mc Namee bt James Dixon
Paddy Diver (B) bt Ryan Mc Cole 
Robert Nelson bt Hugh Mc Dermott
Henry Doherty bt Edward Mc Geogeghan 
Cathal Mc Gonigle bt Garry Duffy 
Peter Doherty bt Danny Mc Gonigle 
Paddy Logue bt Francis Hegarty 
Seamus Bill bt Liam Barrons
Damian Mc Feely bt Neal Gerard Duffy
Joe Mc Cauley bt Matthew Mc Callion
Martin Mc Dermott bt Brian Mc Callion

Last 16 fixtures:

Saturday 7th December 
7.30 Paddy Logue V Damian Mc Feely
8.00 Joe Mc Cauley V Cathal Mc Gonigle 
8.30 Paddy Dover (B) V Seamus Bill
9.00 Charlie Duffy V Thomas Lafferty 

Sunday 8th December
6.00 Henry Doherty V Gordon Martin
6.30 Peter Doherty V Robert Nelson 
7.00 Adam Duffy V Eddie McNamee 
7.30 Martin Mc Dermott V Mickey Gibbons 

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