Sunday at the Del Grande Group/EDTL Handball San Francisco showcased the WR48 and R48 finals, as well as the conclusion of the WR48 and R48 Playoffs.
Catriona Casey entered San Francisco’s WR48 Final as the most decorated handball player in the world during the past year, winning nearly every major title in women’s handball in the United States and Ireland. Jessica Gawley entered the final on the heels of four top four finishes in four WR48 starts and aiming for her major breakthrough.
To say Casey completely dominated play in the final would be a dramatic understatement, as Casey never allowed Gawley on the scoreboard. Playing ruthlessly, Casey simply obliterated Gawley, only allowing the Canadian lefty to serve three times in two games.
“Watching Catriona is like watching a ballerina,” revealed tournament sponsor and 70-year handball veteran Kevan Del Grande. “I’ve never seen anything like it. She is just so good and makes the game look so easy.”
Casey allowed just seven total points in three rounds in San Francisco, officially outscoring her opponents 90-7. Last year players questioned who could beat Catriona Casey. Perhaps now the only question is who can score a point off Catriona Casey.
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