DAY 5 — Play wrapped up on Sunday with several doubles finals throughout the morning.

In the women’s doubles final, Catriona Casey and Fiona Tully defeated Ashley Moler and Mikaila Esser in two games. The Irish tandem played flawlessly throughout the match. Esser and Moler made a late run late in game two, but it was too late as they fell 21-4, 21-11.

The men’s open doubles final between Diarmaid Nash and Martin Mulkerrins vs Max Langmack and Sam Esser was one of the matches of the tournament. Langmack and Esser came out in game one to stun the Irish team, but couldn’t capitalize in game two or three. Despite being a day removed from an incredibly easy singles final, Nash and Mulkerrins found enough energy to win 17-21, 21-15, 11-4.

Thanks to all the players who participated in the tournament and the incredible people and players in Portland who volunteered and planned the tournament!

See all final winners HERE



DAY 4 — We crowned several singles champions on Saturday, including the Open men’s and women’s singles champions.

Catriona Casey produced a stunning display of handball in her victory over Fiona Tully in the women’s final. Casey’s accuracy and ability to go an entire match without making a mistake was incredible and propelled her to victory.

The men’s final was one of the best national finals played in recent years. Diarmaid Nash edged out Martin Mulkerrins 11-9 after dropping the first game. The gallery was stunned by the ability of the two players. Nash’s hands in the front yard were incredible. He was able to handle Mulkerrin’s power and throw shots into the corner, taking speed off the ball. It was an amazing show.

Several other champions were crowned on Saturday.

Check the brackets HERE to see all results.

Watch the action live on Sunday HERE

Watch LIVE Saturday –


DAY 3 — The Open men’s and women’s finals are scheduled for tomorrow after the semi-finals concluded on Friday.

Martin Mulkerrins defeated Shorty Ruiz convincingly in the first men’s semi-final, 21-7, 21-5. Diarmaid Nash then produced a spectacular performance to beat Sean Lenning 21-13, 21-2 to set up an all-Ireland final tomorrow.

Catriona Casey showed why she is considered the best women’s player in the world in her 21-0, 21-2 victory over Mikaila Esser. Fiona Tully and Ashley Moler followed that up with what was perhaps the match of the day, which went to Tully 21-14, 12-21, 11-5.

In other action, we had our first national champion winners today.

35 Male: Shorty Ruiz

55 male: Lennart Delatorre

Men’s 80: Ed Grossenbacher

Male B: Michael Stenberg

Catch the action live on Saturday HERE. Streaming starts at 11am PST

See all draws HERE.



PORTLAND — Days 1 and 2 at the Multnomah Athletic Club were full of great matches. Almost all singles divisions are in the semifinals or finals.

WPH will film the men’s and women’s Open semifinals on Friday. You can watch the action live by clicking HERE.

The first semi-final will take place at 11am (PT) between Martin Mulkerrins and Braulio “Shorty” Ruiz. He will be followed by Sean Lenning and Diarmaid Nash at lunch.

Following the conclusion of the men, the women will play their semi-finals. The first match will be Catriona Casey vs Mikaila Esser. This will be followed by Ashley Moler vs Fiona Tully.

See the results in each division by clicking HERE.


We’re proud to partner with WPH to allow you to watch live on-court action at the USHA Four-Wall Nationals! The following links will give you access for each day. Stay tuned for filming start times each day.

Provisional draws and kick-off times are now available on R2sports. You can check them HERE . Good luck to all players!

Remember, all times and draws are subject to change, so please keep checking back until the day of the event.

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