ISA Arm-Wrestling Results & Hall of Fame in progress with two new Irish Competitors…

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History of the Magnus Sammuelson Trophy

Appropriately named as Magnus not only refereed our first ever Ireland Arm Wrestling Championship for the Irish Strength Association, but he himself was a former European Arm Wrestling Champion and World Strongest Man (famous for breaking Nathan Jones, Australian Champion’s arm in World Strongest Man during an arm wrestling event).

Arm -Wrestling Results

Ireland’s Arm -Wrestling Championship

2003 – Banbridge, Co Down
1st Stephen Gracey – Gilford
2nd Andrew Sheehan – Cork
3rd Mervyn Clarke – Lurgan
4th Mark Walker – Banbridge

Refereed by Magnus Samuelson (SWE)

2004 – Banbridge, Co Down
1st Paul Roberts – Wexford
2nd Glenn Wright – Dromore
3rd Neil Beggs – Dromore
4th Stephen Gracey – Gilford

Refereed by Rob Dixon (ENG)

2005 – Belfast, Co Antrim
1st Amos McCloy – Coleraine
2nd Neil Beggs – Dromore
3rd Paul Roberts – Wexford
4th Glenn Wright – Dromore

Refereed by Stuart Murray (SCO)

2006 – Banbridge, Co Down
1st Amos McCloy – Coleraine
2nd Neil Beggs – Dromore
3rd Jason Reilly – Meath
4th Jordan Semple – Irvinestown

Refereed by Austin Duncan (NI)

2007 – Newtownstewart, Co Tyrone
1st Dave Warner – Coleraine
2nd Neil Beggs – Dromore
3rd Richard McAvoy – Dromara
4th Gordon Patterson – Newtownstewart

Refereed by Austin Duncan (NI)

2010 –

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Ireland’s Arm Wrestling Championpships

2008/2009 – Banbridge, Co Down

1st Dave Warner – Ballymoney

2nd Neill Beggs – Dromore

3rd Richard McAvoy – Dromara

4th Colin McCory – Dromara

Refereed by: Glenn Wright (NI)

2010 Banbridge, Co Down

1st Peter Dunlop Co Antrim

2nd Jason Reilly Co Meath

3rd Richard McAvoy Co Down

4th Neill Beggs – Co Down

Refereed by: Martin Campbell (NI)

2011 Bangor, Co Down

Right Arm

1st Peter Dunlop – Co Antrim

2nd Richard McAvoy – Co Down

3rd Adam Johnston – Co Armagh

4th Sam Newell – Co Down

Left Arm

1st Richard McAvoy – Co Down

2nd Adam Johnston – Co Armagh

3rd Sam Newell – Co Down

4th Alistair Wylie – Co Antrim

Refereed by Martin Campbell (NI)

Arm Wrestling Results

Ulster’s Arm – Wrestling Championship

2006 – Newtownstewart, Co Tyrone
1st Amos McCloy – Coleraine
2nd Neil Beggs – Dromore
3rd Gordon Patterson – Newtownstewart
4th Philip Richmond – Belfast

Refereed by Austin Duncan (NI)

2007 – Banbridge, Co Down
1st Dave Warner
2nd Neil Beggs
3rd Gordon Patterson – Newtownstewart
4th Richard McAvoy – Dromara

Refereed by Austin Duncan (NI)

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Irish Open Arm Wrestling Championships

2009 – Belfast, Co Antrim

1st Richard McAvoy – Dromara

2nd Neill Beggs – Dromore

3rd Wesley McClean – Donegal

4th Jonathan Kelly – Carnmoney

Refereed by: Glenn Ross (NI)

       

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Since it's formation in July 2000, the Irish Strength Association have gone from strength to strength, boasting over 140 members, many of whom have competed in the highest levels of Strongest Man,Arm-wrestling and Highland games competitions. Mission: To be the strongest on the planet!

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