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What an incredible result by Irish Blind Tennis player Brian Lenehan from the Windsor Tennis club in Belfast
Pictured: Brian (right) with coach Simon McFarland.
Enjoy Tennis Ireland Sport Ireland RTÉ SportAstonishing Achievement by Irish Blind Tennis player.
Brian Lenehan from the Windsor Tennis club in Belfast, who took up Blind Tennis less than two years ago, yesterday pulled off a shock result to take the British Blind Tennis Championships (B2) at Loughborough. He defeated his friend and close rival Jim Curie from Great Britain in two sets. Curie had taken the gold medal ahead of Lenehan at the World championships in Shankill in April, and had won all their previous encounters.
Simon McFarland, Brian's coach, commented – “we worked out a game plan, Brian executed it perfectly and got the result against his much more experienced opponent”. Pictured: Brian (right) with coach Simon McFarland. ... See MoreSee Less
15 hours ago
Well done to the National inclusive squad competing at the Swedish Ikarate Open today 👊💚
Onakai National Amateur Karate Association of Ireland Onakai Sport Ireland ... See MoreSee Less