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Achievements & Historical Stats

 

Northern Ireland Champions 2001-present

FIC
01-02: Lynda Black and Kevin Horton
02-03: Lynda Black and Ryan Press
03-04: Lynda Black and Kevin Horton
04-05: Karen Payne and Kevin Horton
05-06: Karen Payne and George McKee
06-07: Karen Payne and Ryan Press
07-08: Lynda Watson and Billy Nimick
08-09: Karen Payne and Ryan Press
09-10: Christine Robinson and Kevin Horton
10-11:
Donna Horton and Billy Nimick
10-11: Lynda Watson and Kevin Horton
11-12: Lynda Watson and Kevin Horton
12-13: Donna Horton and David Seay
13-14: Lynda Watson and Ryan Press
14-15: Caroline Horan and Kevin Horton
15-16: Lauren Dugan and Kevin Horton
16-17: Lauren Dugan and Paul McCauley

Seniors
01-02:
Pat Duffy and Sam Hull
02-03: Isobel Smith and Alan Smith
03-04: Isobel Smith and Sam Hull
04-05: Isobel Smith and Alan Smith
05-06: Christine Robinson and Alan Smith
06-07: Christine Robinson and Alan Smith
07-08: Christine Robinson and Alan Smith
08-09:
Christine Robinson and Kenny Donnelly
09-10: Christine Robinson and Alan Smith
10-11:
Donna Horton and Kevin Horton
11-12: Donna Horton and Kevin Horton
12-13: Donna Horton and Alan Smith
13-14: Donna Horton and Tony O'Hare
14-15: Isobel Smith and Kevin Horton
15-16: Donna Horton and Kevin Horton
16-17: Donna Horton and Paul McCauley

U24 YAC
05-06:
David Seay
06-07: David Seay
07-08: Grant Dugan
08-09: David Seay
09-10: Grant Dugan
10-11: David Seay
11-12: Lauren Dugan
12-13: Lauren Dugan

U19 Juniors
07-08: Zara Payne
08-09: Zara Payne
09-10: Zara Payne
10-11: Zara Payne
11-12: Zara Payne
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Representatives 2001-present

Qubica/AMF World Cup
2001:
Glynis Wilson and Kevin Horton in Pattaya, Thailand
2002: Lynda Black and Kevin Horton in Riga, Latvia
2003: Lynda Black and Kevin Horton in Tegucigalpa, Honduras
2004: Karen Payne and Kevin Horton in Singapore, Singapore
2005: Lynda Watson and Billy Nimick in Ljubljana, Slovenia
2006: Karen Payne and Billy Nimick in Caracas, Venezuela
2007: Helen Tamblyn and Grant Dugan in St. Petersburg, Russia
2008: Christine Robinson and Ryan Press in Hermisillo, Mexico
2009: Donna Horton and Kevin Horton in Melaka, Malaysia
2010: Lauren Dugan and Billy Nimick in Toulon, France
2011: Karen Payne and Tony O'Hare in Johannesburg, South Africa
2012: Caroline Horan and Tony O'Hare in Wroclaw, Poland
2013: Lauren Dugan and Grant Dugan in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia
2014: Donna Horton and Alan Smith in Wroclaw, Poland
2015: Caroline Horan and Billy Nimick in Las Vegas, USA
2016: Lauren Dugan and Kevin Horton in Shanghai, China

Commonwealth Games
2002: Lynda Black, Mary Brady, Billy Nimick and Kevin Horton in Stirling, Scotland
2005: Lynda Watson, Karen Payne, Billy Nimick and Kevin Horton in Paphos, Cyprus
2006: Karen Payne, Christine Robinson, Ryan Press and Kenny Donnelly in Melbourne, Australia
2008: Lynda Watson, Karen Payne, Kevin Horton and Billy Nimick in Belfast, Northern Ireland
2010: Christine Robinson, Karen Payne, Kevin Horton and Alan Smith in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2013: Caroline Horan, Donna Horton, Kevin Horton and David Seay in Auckland, New Zealand
2016: Lauren Dugan, Isobel Smith, Grant Dugan and David Seay in Johannesburg, South Africa

World Youth Championships
2006: Helen Tamblyn, Grant Dugan, David Seay and Peter Lilburn in Berlin, Germany
2008: Lauren Dugan, Kelly McDowell, Grant Dugan and David Seay, in Orlando, USA
2010: Lauren Dugan in Helsinki, Finland

European Champions Cup
2001: Bertha Campbell and Kenny Donnelly in Moscow, Russia
2002: Lynda Black and Kevin Horton in Schiedam, The Netherlands
2003: Lynda Watson and Ryan Press in Vienna, Austria
2004: Donna Mount and Kevin Horton in Ankara, Turkey
2005: Helen Tamblyn and Kevin Horton in Böblingen, Germany
2006: Lynda Watson and Ryan Press in Riga, Latvia
2007: Karen Payne and Ryan Press in Foetz, Luxembourg
2008: Lynda Watson and Billy Nimick in Duisberg, Germany
2009:
Karen Payne and Ryan Press in Crete, Greece
2010: Ryan Press in Ankara, Turkey
2011: Lauren Dugan and Grant Dugan in Lathi, Finland
2012: Billy Nimick in Zoetermeer, The Netherlands
2013: Lauren Dugan and David Seay in Bratislava, Slovakia
2014: Isobel Smith and Ryan Press in Reykjavik, Iceland
2015: Caroline Horan and Kevin Horton in San Marino

European Gold Cup
2001: Anne Marie Jordan and David Seaby in Dublin, Ireland
2002: Mary Brady and George McKee in Riga, Latvia
2003: Mary Brady and David Seay in Poznan, Poland
2004: Bertha Campbell and David Williamson in Kiev, Ukraine
2005: Karen Payne and Paul McCauley in Rome, Italy
2006: Grant Dugan in Foetz, Luxembourg
2007: Lauren Dugan and Jonathan Gilliland in Paphos, Cyprus
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Medal Winners 2001-present

2012

Adult Triple Crown, Ireland – Grant Dugan wins Gold and Kevin Horton Silver in the Singles event. Grant Dugan, Kevin Horton and Billy Nimick win Bronze in the Trios event. Grant Dugan, Kevin Horton, Paul McCauley, Billy Nimick and Alan Smith win Silver in the team event.

 

2011

Adult Triple Crown, England – Grant Dugan, Kevin Horton, Paul McCauley, Billy Nimick and Ryan Press win Bronze in the Team event. Zara Payne and Jonathan Gilliand win Silver in the Mixed Doubles

Senior Triple Crown, Wales – Kenny Donnelly wins Gold in the Singles, Kenny Donnelly and Tony O’Hare win Gold in the doubles and also along with Alan Smith, Sam Hull, Michael Langston and Len Wrightson win Gold in the team event. Alan Smith wins Silver and Tony O’Hare bronze in the All Events. Tony O’Hare wins Gold in the Masters with Alan Smith and Kenny Donnelly made the Masters

 

2010

Adult Triple Crown, Scotland – Billy Nimick wins Silver in the Singles. Lynda Watson and Billy Nimick made the Masters.

Senior Triple Crown, Jersey – Kenny Donnelly made the Masters

 

2009

Adult Triple Crown, Guernsey – Tony O’Hare, David Seay and Sam Hull win Gold in Trios and Tony O’Hare made the Masters.

European Champions Cup, Greece – Ryan Press finishes in 4th place in All-Events to make the Masters.

 

2008

Adult Triple Crown - Belfast, Northern Ireland: Billy Nimick wins Gold in the Singles and All Events. Billy Nimick and Alan Smith won silver in the doubles and along with Ryan Press won bronze in the Trio’s. Ladies team won a bronze medal and Zara Payne and Paul McCauley won bronze in the mixed doubles. Billy Nimick qualified for the masters and finished in 4th place.

 

2007


Senior Triple Crown, Bromborough: The men won a Silver in the team event. Alan Smith wins a Bronze in the All-Events and qualifies for masters finals. Bertha Campbell wins a Silver in the Mixed Doubles with Wales.

Adult Triple Crown - St Helier, Jersey: Billy Nimick wins Bronze in the Singles, and Men win Silver in Team Event. The Ladies win a Bronze Medal in the team event.

 

2006


Senior Triple Crown, Belfast: Christine Robinson wins Silver in the ladies singles. She then along with Pat Duffy won Silver in the Doubles. The ladies won a Bronze in the team event. Christine also achieves Silver in the All Events.
        
Adult Triple Crown, Cardiff: Donna Horton wins the Ladies Singles to take a Gold Medal. She also took home Silver in the Doubles with Karen Payne and a Bronze in the Team Event with Karen Payne, Helen Tamblyn, Caroline Horan and Christine Robinson. Kevin Horton and Kenny Donnelly won Silver in the Doubles and along with Billy Nimick took home another silver in the trios. Along with Ryan Press and George McKee the three took home a bronze in the team event. David Seay, playing in his first Adult Triple Crown along with Lynda Watson took home a bronze in the Mixed Doubles, completing a brilliant weekend which saw the team only being beaten by England in the Overall Standings.

 

2005


European Gold Cup, Rome: Paul McCauley wins the Masters to become European Champion.
                 
Commonwealth Championships, Cyprus: Billy Nimick wins Gold in the singles, he then along with Kevin Horton take Silver in the Doubles Event.
                     
Adult Triple Crown, Dublin: Alan Smith and Isobel Smith win Bronze in the Mixed Doubles.

 

2004


Senior Triple Crown: Allen Sinton and Pat Nimick take a Bronze in the mixed doubles. Sam Hull, David Seaby and Alan Smith take home Silver in the Trios while the Ladies in a Bronze in the team event.

Adult Triple Crown: The Ladies take home silver in the team event.

 

2003


Senior Triple Crown: Jean Martin and Isobel Smith win Silver in the Doubles and the Ladies take home bronze in the team event.

Adult Triple Crown: Kenny Donnelly wins Gold in the All Events and along with Kevin Horton wins Silver in the Doubles. The pair also achieves a bronze medal in the Trios along with Ryan Press. 

 

2002


Adult Triple Crown: Lynda Watson, Bertha Campbell and Donna Mount take Silver in the Trios.

Commonwealth Championships, Stirling: Billy Nimick and Kevin Horton take Silver in the Doubles.

 

2001


Adult Triple Crown:  Martin Payne and David Williamson take Bronze in the Doubles.

Y.A.C Triple Crown, Dublin:  David Williamson wins Gold in the Singles and the Masters event.
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