On the fairways
Published 16/07/2016 | 00:00
New Ross Seniors: It must be the good weather that brought the veterans out last Thursday when we had 14 teams taking part in the weekly competition. With little or no wind prevailing and forward markers in play, high scores were to be expected and that's the way it turned out with the first three teams home all breaking the 90-point barrier.
In the number one winning spot were Andy Ronan (15), John Murphy (16), Johnny Watson (18) and Martin Burke (25) with 93 points. Second one point behind (92) came Tony Harford (13), Michael Gannon (17), Paddy Bennett (20) and Fr. Jim Curtis (20).
The 91 points scored by Patsy Farrell (15), Michael Lee (16), Aidan O'Connor (19) and Jamesie Wallace (23) were good enough to claim third prize. There was only one nearest the pin prize and that was won by Wiilie Whitty on the eleventh hole.
In the draw for places on teams in the upcoming Pro-Am on Friday, July 15, the lucky winners were John Browne, Michael Lee and Pat Traynor.
Next Thursday, July 14, we have no game as the 'Meals on Wheels' benefit day takes place, but we are back on July 21 as usual.
In the meantime the cut-off point for entries to our outing to Dungarvan on Monday, July 25, is Friday, July 15. This is in order to have teams and tee-times ready for inclusion in the local papers on Tuesday, July 19, and for display in the clubhouse on Thursday, July 21.
This outing represents outstanding value for money in as much as we play in the Dungarvan open Senior singles competition and we also have our own four-person team event with extra prizes on offer included, and all for a mere €15. Anyone who has not booked in already and wishes to play, please contact Jamesie Murphy on 085-1846172 by phone or text as soon as possible.
With the New Ross course closed for coring and sanding from Monday, September 5, we have organised a two-night stay and play that week at the renowned Ballykisteen Hotel and Golf Resort at Limerick Junction in Tipperary. Full details later.
Our recent outing was held in St. Helen's and 52 golfers took part.
Results: 1, Richie O'Grady (14), 36 points; 2, Paul Barden (27), 35 points; 3, Mark O'Mahoney (4), 34 points; Cat. 1, George Foley, Ned Browne, Tommy Kent; Cat. 2, Mick Ryan, Kenny Barry, Tom Murphy; Cat. 3, John Barden, Paddy Banville, Aidan Wallace; front nine, Lorcan Barden; back nine, David Doran; nearest the pin, Cathal Sinnott; visitor, Cathal Sinnott.
Half-way through the season, Colm Murphy leads the Molloy's Bar golfer of the year competition, followed closely by Aidan Cullen, Mark O'Mahoney and Francis Barden.
Our next outing is Marky Murphy's Captain's prize on Saturday, July 16, in Mount Wolseley Golf Club.
The third annual New Ross Golf Club Pro-Am is the focus this week, as a host of Ireland's top professionals take to the fairways in the Culcita Garden Furniture & Outdoor Living-sponsored event.
The Pro Am takes place on Friday (July 15) with David Higgins returning to defend his title. European tour winners Damien McGrane and Simon Thornton also return, with the 2014 winner, Damian Mooney, another likely to be in contention.
There are still a small number of team and individual places available, and if you would like to take part please get in contact with James or Paul in the Pro Shop (051-421433). All are welcome to come along to the club to watch the professionals in action.
There was great news on the teams front for New Ross as their All-Ireland fourball trophy team advanced to the Leinster semi-finals with a very good win over Portarlington last weekend. New Ross had the advantage of having three matches at home with just two in the away venue, and they made that advantage count by winning all three matches in Tinneranny.
Patsy Farrell and Robert O'Dwyer led the charge with a victory out the course, and Pat Whelan and Jamsie Wallace, and John Murphy and Tony Wallace, added the necessary wins to see New Ross through to the semi.
That meant that no heroics were required on the road from Leo Booth and Des Redmond, and Steve Travis and Martin Forristal. Junior Cashin's team will meet the winners of Castle Barna and Greystones in the semi-final. Well done to all involved.
There was not such good news for the Cullen Trophy team which lost out to a strong Bray outfit in their quarter-final match. With all matches taking place in Bray, it was always going to be an uphill battle for New Ross to come out on top.
Home advantage proved too much, particularly around the greens, with New Ross putting up some strong resistance before losing out. The team, managed by Rory Hussey and Mary Kavanagh, was made up of Margaret Furlong and Eamon Dungan, Donal Hosey and Ann Banville, Davy Doran and Ger Mackey, Ger Ronan and Maria Burford, and Robbie Farrell and Kate Mackey. Well done to all involved on the run to the quarter-finals.
Last weekend's competition was a very well-supported open fourball sponsored by John and Betty Moran of the Theatre Tavern. The winners with a great score of 48 points were Mullinavat men John Aylward (16) and Tom Duggan (19).
The father and son pairing of Hughie O'Connor (17) and Hugh O'Connor (15, Hibernian) took second place with 46 points, seeing off Charlie Collins (16) and Ger Freyne (18) into third place on the countback. Thank you to John and Betty Moran of The Theatre Tavern for their continued and generous support.
In last week's Tuesday fourball, winners Seán Murphy (16) and Pat Whelan (17) were the first pairing of the summer to hit 40 points - great shooting! Tommy Liston (7) and Tom Tyler (16), and Paul Cleary (10) and Charlie Collins (16), took the category prizes with 36 points.
Next weekend the Military Cup sponsored by Sweeney's Garden Centre takes place. There are also Saturday tee-times available.
Finally, we wish a speedy recovery to club Captain Derek Ronan who went under the knife this week. No doubt he will soon be back to doing what he does best over all 19 holes!
THE GATE SOCIETY
The Gate Golf Society held its fifth outing of the year on Saturday, July 9, at Coollattin Golf Club. We were playing for the Phyllis O'Riordan Trophy and the outing was sponsered by the O'Riordan family and the Gate Society.
We would like to thank the O'Riordan Family for their sponsorship, and we would also like to thank Coollattin Golf Club for a great day's golf.
Results: 1, Dick Merrigan (13), 36 points; 2, Oggie Katus (14), 35 points; 3, John Holden (11), 33 points; Cat. 1, Declan Merrigan (11), 32 points; Cat. 2, Bob O'Riordan (16), 30 points; Cat. 3, Jim Kehoe (22), 29 points (countback); Senior, John Kehoe (Mountgarrett); longest drive, John Holden; nearest the pin, Seán O'Neill; twos club, John Holden and Arthur O'Sullivan.
Our next outing will be for the President's prize and it will be at Mountain View Golf Club on August 6. Tee-times are 9.30 to 11.30 a.m. We will expect all members to play.
The most recent outing of the society was to Bunclody on Sunday, July 3.
Results: 1, Alan Busher (16), 33 points (countback); 2, Paddy Chawke (20), 33 points (countback); 3, Michael Byrne (14), 33 points (countback); Cat. 1, Peter Goff (14), 30 points; Cat. 2, Aidan Cogley (18), 33 points; Cat. 3, Paul O'Reilly (26), 27 points (our Captain for 2016); front nine, Kevin Quigley (18), 16 points; back nine, Don Malanowski (20), 18 points; twos club winner, R.J .Blake, hole four.
A total of 17 members and one guest played. Thanks very much to our sponsors, Joe and Katherine O'Reilly of SuperValu Bunclody.
Our next outing is the Captain's prize in Enniscorthy Golf Club on Saturday, July 23, and the first tee-time is at 10.30 a.m.
Our first international open week took place last week. Despite mixed weather for most of the week, a large number of players both members and visitors played in the open competitions.
Tuesday, July 5, 18 holes singles sponsored by Talbot Collection for the Talbot Hotel Cup: 1, Thomas Rowland, 40 points; 2, David Fenlon, 39 points (back nine); 3, Niall MacGuigan, 39 points; gross, John Brady, 40 points; 4, Jim Doyle, 37 points (back nine); vets., Willo Cleary, 37 points.
Wednesday, July 6, 18 holes v. par, sponsored by Kelly's Resort Hotel, Rosslare Strand: 1, William Hanton, six up; 2, Terry Dempsey, five up; 3, Liam Morris, four up (back nine); gross, Gary Lynch, one up; 4, Larry Byrne, four up; visitor, Joe Cummins, four up.
Friday, July 8, 18 holes singles sponsored by Think Print Design: 1, Tony Walsh, 40 points; 2, Brendan Long, 38 points (back nine); 3, George Fitzgerald, 38 points; gross, Gary Lynch, 28 points; vets., Gerard Mulhall, 35 points; visitor, Andy Furey, 36 points.
Saturday, July 9, 18-hole two-person scramble sponsored by Wright Insurance Group: 1, Derek Walsh and Eamon Maguire, 53 points; 2, Dane Curtin and Kieran Purcell, 50 points; 3, Larry Byrne and Nicky Lacey, 48 points; visitors, Seán Buckley Jnr. and Matt McGarry, 43 points.
On behalf of Wexford Golf Club we would like to thank all our sponsors for their generous sponsorship of open week. Our next international open week takes place from Monday, August 1, until Monday, August 8. Full details are available on our website: www.wexfordgolfclub.ie
Hard luck to the Finn team ladies who played Wexford, who had home advantage for all five matches, on Saturday, July 9, in horrendous weather conditions. Well done to all who played and best of luck to Wexford in the semi-final.
Good luck to the Revive Active team which plays Cahir Park in the quarter-final on Sunday, July 17.
The Captain's (Keith Deacon) prize to the ladies which was a beautiful handmade table carved by himself was held on July 5. Eighty-two played and the winner of his beautiful prize was Esther Broderick (24) with 70 strokes.
Second was Angela Murphy (9) with 72 strokes (back nine), and the gross winner was Doreen McGovern (12) with 85 strokes. Third was Marie Garahy (19) with 72 strokes, and fourth was Eleanor Wardlaw (22) with 73 strokes.
The Senior prize went to Jeanne Hamill (18) with 75 (back nine), and fifth was Anna O'Leary (18) with 75 (back nine). Sixth was Molly Cash (19) with 75 (back nine), while the front nine winner was Kathleen Cullimore (17) with 31.5 strokes and the back nine went to Gerarde Ryan (19) with 31.5 strokes.
Category winners were: A, Mary Halpenny (16), 76 strokes (back nine); B, Emily Power (24), 75 stokes; C, Catherine Young (25), 81 strokes. The Burrow course winner was Mary Long (36) with 30 points.
Open singles, Wednesday, July 6: 1, Catherine Young (26), 37 points; 2, Jackie Flynn (Roganstown, 21), 36 points; Junior, Alannah Duggan (18), 34 points.
The ladies' invitational fourball competition is on Tuesday, July 12, and is sponsored by Kerlogue Nursing Home.
Our lady Captain's (Catherine Howard) prize to the ladies is on Saturday, July 16. We wish Catherine the very best of luck on her special day. If you have your name down for the lady Captain's dinner and put your friend's name on the list, can you please make sure they are coming as we have a long waiting list.
The final of the Links Festival Singing Pubs was won by Rosslare Golf Club on July 9. There was great entertainment and a fantastic night had by all. A special word of thanks to Cian McGovern who organised all the entertainers including Amanda Kehoe, Gerry McErlean, Conor Hanratty, Diarmuid O Raghnaigh and Sheila Higgins.
The ladies' singles on Tuesday, July 19, is sponsored by Fortune's Pharmacy.
Ladies' open week commences on Monday, July 25, and ends on Friday, July 29, with open mixed Scotch foursomes.
The Kerlogue Cup mixed fourball on Saturday week was sponsored by K.D. Garage Services Ltd., and attracted a very good entry.
The winners with 42 points were John Barron (8) and Cathy Atkinson (11), beating Donal (13) and Karen O'Keeffe (20) on the breakdown. In third position on 41 points were Keith (11) and Vandra Deacon (15).
On Sunday week the qualifying round for the golfer of the year was won by Aedan Jameson (8) with 42 points, one point ahead of Patrick Hanrick (12), with Liam Duggan (7) third on 39 points and Ken Noonan (11) fourth on 37 points. Gary Collins (+3) produced another great round of golf to win the gross.
A big surprise in the first round of the matchplay was the defeat of Gary by Colm Waldron. The competition has now reached the final. In the semi-finals, Joe Moran Jnr. beat Colm Waldron and Dan Cash beat Paul Murphy on the 19th.
In the Junior fundraiser singles on Wenesday, Philip Balfe (1) won with a great 43 points. He had birdies at the first, second, eighth, 12th, 13th, 16th and 18th in halves of 34 and 32.
Second was Pat Doyle (16) on 39 points, and Arthur Lyons (20) was third on 38 points. Killian Corkery (22) won the boys with 46 points and Martin Roche (6) was second on 41 points.
Singles: 1, Dale O'Sullivan (5), 38 points; 2, Paul Murphy (scr.), 35 points; 3, Liam MacNamara (4), 34 points.
Fixtures: Saturday, July 16, lady Captain's prize; Sunday, July 17, Ffrench Cup (men's singles).
Captain Aine's big day attracted a bumper field despite the inclement weather. It proved to be a close contest with scoring excellent given the conditions.
Congratulations to the overall winner, Martina, on winning her first Major. Well done to all the prize-winners, who only missed out on the big one by just a few shots. Golf over, it was time to don the finery and gather with friends to enjoy the delicious spread, beautifully presented by Geraldine and her team.
It was great to see the new 'mammy', lady Captain Aine, back among us. A wonderful night was had by all, and we now look forward to a successful open week, beginning on August 2.
Next Saturday it's Captain John's turn to host his event. Fingers crossed for good weather.
Results (gents) - Wednesday, July 6, open singles: 1, Mark Phillips (12), 41 points; 2, Colm Fitzgerald (17, Stackstown), 38 points; 3, Niall Walsh (15), 37 points.
Results (ladies) - Wednesday, July 6, open singles: 1, Paula O'Leary (13), 38 points; 2, Bernie Furlong (21), 37 points; 3, Linda Shine (22, Milltown), 33 points.
Saturday, July 9, lady Captain's day: 1, Martina Noonan (27), 73; 2, Susan Stewart (20), 75 (countback); gross, Joanne Hare (13), 91; 3, Margie O'Connor (19), 75 (countback); 4, Linda Shine (22), 75 (countback); front nine, Siobhán Noonan (34), 34 (countback); back nine, Gerardine Smith (24), 35; nearest the pin (17th), Margie O'Connor (19), 186 cms.; longest drive, Kate Masterson (15); Class 1 (0-25), Fiona Neill (15), 80; Class 2 (26-36), Kate Bambrick (26), 75; committee prize, Mary O'Riordan (29), 76; past Captain, Paula O'Leary (12), 80; Junior, Kate Masterson (15), 74.
Fixtures (ladies and gents): Wednesday, July 13, open singles (sponsored by Golf South East); Friday, July 15, 9 and dine at 5 p.m.; Saturday, July 16, Captain's day (including ladies' nine-hole at 5 p.m.); Sunday, July 17, open fourball.
It has been a very busy week for the ladies of Wexford. On Sunday, July 3, our President, Ger Cashman, presented his beautiful prize to Helen Lacey.
Helen, who on the previous Thursday had got one point back, bringing her handicap to 7, played a superb round of golf, netting a round of 69! A total of 58 ladies played
Results: 1, Helen Lacey (7), 69; 2, Geraldine Broaders (23), 70; gross, Carmel Murphy (9), 80; 3, Martina Gately (18), 71; 4, Mary Fallon (32), 73; 5, Anna Sullivan (21), 74; Cat. A, Lily Rowe (15), 74 (back nine); Cat. B, Una Robinson (21), 76 (back nine); Cat. C, Mary Cashe (35), 76; Senior, Phil Flood (28), 77; Super Senior, Mary Maguire (26), 86; front nine, Cathríona Walsh (14), 32; back nine, Margaret Hearne (15), 33.5; nine-hole, Annie Murphy (17), 13 points; nearest the pin (third hole), Sheila Richardson, 2m 34cm; nearest the pin (ninth hole), Theresa Kehoe, 4m 43cm.
On Monday, day one of our first open week, we had an open mixed foursomes sponsored by Selskar Pharmacy. This format is now a very popular event in Wexford.
Results: 1, Cathríona Walsh (13) and Alan Keeling (8), 42 points; 2, Denise Dunne (19) and Paddy Murphy (5), 40 points; gross, Tara Dunne (5) and Seán Kinsella (5), 31 points; 3, Mary Walsh (30) and George Hillis (14), 39 points (back nine); visitors, Claire Kinsella (28, Courtown) and Denis Dunne (9, Enniscorthy), 38 points.
On Thursday Shoe Style International sponsored our open ladies' singles competition. Seventy-six ladies played.
Results: 1, Mary B. O'Leary (31), 42 points; 2, Mary Walsh (33), 38 points (back six); gross, Tara Dunne (5), 33 points; 3, Elaine Mullen (24), 36 points; visitor, Anna O'Leary (Rosslare, 18), 35 points; nearest the pin, Jane Duignan, 1m 76cm.
Next Thursday Martin's Jewellers are our sponsors and the competition will be v. par.
Our successes continued last week on the inter-club team scene, with our mixed foursomes team beating Courtown to move through to the semi-final which will be played in The Curragh. The team was Nicky Reville and Lily Rowe, Joe Cashe and Leonie Furlong, Paul Lambert and Rachel O'Connor, Seán Kinsella and Patricia Hanton, and Paul Harrington and Ruth Kennedy.
The Finn Trophy team had a great win on Saturday over Rosslare. The team comprised Carmel Murphy and Mary O'Leary, Margaret Atkinson and Anna Sullivan, Leonie Furlong and Geraldine O'Brien, Lily Rowe and Breda Devoy, and Sheila Richardson and Patricia Hanton.
July 2 and 3, men's singles: 1, Ian St. Ledger (5), 37 points; 2, Austin Brownrigg (13), 36 points; gross, Rory McCarthy (0), 36; 3, Ray Moore (16), 36 points; 4, Daithí Murphy (12), 35 points.
July 3, lady Captain's prize (Ethel Deacon): 1, Ann Cowman (31), 72 nett; 2, Terri Byrne (6), 73 nett; gross, Linda Byrne (11), 85; 3, Alice Druhan (22), 74 nett; 4, Louise Galligan (24), 74 nett; 5, Lisa O'Leary (25), 75 nett; Cat. 1-18, Lucy Healy (13), 77 nett; Cat. 19-29, Imelda Redmond (23), 78 nett; Cat. 30-36, Olive Nash (33), 80 nett; back nine, Doreen Hogg (22), 36 nett; front nine, Fiona Bodels (22), 37 nett; past Captains, Marita Byrne (15), 81 nett; visitors, Jennifer King (5), 81 nett; nearest the pin (17th), Ann Steemers; nearest the pin (14th ), Mary Jordan; nine-hole winner, Anne Jordan (36), 12 points.
July 5, ladies' weekly: 1, Monica Mernagh (35), 45 points; 2, Terri Byrne (6), 38 points; 3, Linda Byrne (11), 37 points.
July 6, Wednesday open singles: 1, Liam Martin (17), 41 points; 2, Ger Bolger (13), 41 points; 3, Derek Kavanagh (9), 40 points; best lady, Hillary Harte (13, Monkstown), 35 points.
It's Stellah Sinnot's lady Captain's day on Saturday, July 16. With over one hundred ladies on the timesheet it is expected that this will be a wonderful day of golf and social activities in the club.
All our membership categories will compete for prizes, including Juniors, five-day, overseas, distant, golden girls and full members. There will be a wine reception at 8 p.m. in the clubhouse followed by the prize-giving at 9.30 p.m. Our new chef, Greg, will also have a full menu available in The Brooklyn Restaurant.
Vera Garry continued her run of consistent form this year and came in winner in the P.G.A. Tankard, sponsored by our resident professional, Stephen Fitzpatrick. Vera now goes forward to the mid-Leinster finals, to play with Stephen and the winner of the men's section, in Carlow later this summer. Seventy-nine ladies participated.
Results: 1, Vera Garry (23), 71; 2, Mary Breen (28), 71; gross, Aisling O'Leary (1), 77; 3, Stasia McGuire (29), 72; 4, Joan Dunbar (21), 72; Seniors, Jo McMahon (30), 73; 36 handicap, Maureen O'Dwyer, 77. The nine holes competition was won by Ann McGibney with 18 points.
Well done to Kay Ryan who finished second in the Monday open (ladies and gents) on June 27 with a score of 38 points. Visitors from Rosslare and the European Club picked up the other prizes. The Monday open will continue until the end of September. Visitors: €10.
The Tuesday, July 12, stableford competition is sponsored by Flowers by Grace. This is the final opportunity for ladies to hone their skills before the lady Captain's.
The competition scheduled for Tuesday, June 28, sponsored by Wheelock Fruits, was postponed due to bad weather and will now go ahead at a later date.
Our Junior girls have coaching and competition every Wednesday morning so parents, if you would like your child to try out this game which is of lifetime benefit, contact the office (05392-33191). We would love to see your sons, daughters or grandchildren enjoying our wonderful course.
Keep up to date on club activities and results by checking out our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/Enniscorthy.Golf.Club/
Wednesday mixed nine-hole: 1, Anthony Fortune (16), 20 points; 2, Rudi Wortmann (15), 19 points; 3, Sammy Walker (9), 19 points, holding off Tommy Dunne (10) on countback.
Matchplay round one: John Doyle beat Tommy Dunne; Mark Sinnott beat Edward Burke; John Fitzgerald beat James Forde; Greg Gilbert beat Tony Aherne; Anthony D. Doyle beat Eugene O'Brien; Peter Brolly beat Derek Robinson.
Matchplay round two: Mark Miskella beat John Reville.
Ladies' stableford: Nora McChrystal (31), 28 points; Carole Wortmann (23), 24.
Gents' singles stableford: 1, club Vice-Captain John Fitzgerald (21), 42 points; 2, Captain Anthony P. Doyle (16), 39 points; 3, Marty Lawlor (9), 39 points, holding off Pádraig Grainger, Mark Miskella and Karl Chapple on countback.
Thank you to Michael Wade of Wade's Total Healthcare Pharmacy for sponsoring last Tuesday's stableford competition.
Results: 1, Eileen Wheeler (31), 36 points (countback); 2, Frances Sinnott (27), 36 points (countback); 3, Eileen O'Brien (18), 36 points; Cat. A, Sorcha Howell (4), 34 points; Cat. B, Mary Osborne (21), 35 points; Cat. C, Margaret O'Doherty (32), 35 points; nine-hole competition: 1, Mona Sheehan (30), 15 points; 2, Dorothy Symes (33), 15 points.
The final of the Captain's prize was on Saturday, and while Captain Pat Walsh promised no tricky pin positions for the qualifiers, he certainly changed that for the final.
With testing weather conditions and the aforementioned pins, it was a fantastic performance by Tony Kinsella who led going into the final day with a super score of 139.
A fabulous crowd showed in the club for the presentation of the prizes, with some entertaining speeches from both our President, Michael, and Captain, Pat.
Well done to all who played and congratulations to the prize-winners.
A big word of thanks to all in the club who made the day possible, and especially James and all the greenkeepers for having the course in fantastic condition.
Hard luck to our Irish mixed team on their loss to Wexford in the quarter-finals, and the best of luck to our Duggan Cup team in the quarter-finals again Coollattin on Sunday. All support would be greatly appreciated.
Wednesday, July 6, open singles: 1, Conor Tracy (14), 38 points; 2, Ciarán Sheridan (2), 38 points; 3, John Dixon (19), 38 points; 4, Brendan Breen (2), 37 points; eleven holes, Dermot Prendergast (9), 23 points.
Gents' Seniors open, Thursday, July 7: 1, Michael Sheils (18), 40 points; Cat. 1: 1, Eric Nunan (20), 39 points (last nine); 2, Pat Carthy (16), 39 points; Cat. 2: 1, Paddy Bernie (23), 39 points; 2, Joe Butler (15), 37 points; Cat. 3: 1, Pat Grant (Arklow, 13), 37 points (last nine); 2, Eric Colin (20), 37 points. C.S.S: home 35 points, visitors 34 points.
Captain's prize final day (Saturday, July 9): 1, Tony Kinsella (16), 139; 2, Seamus Dempsey (18), 142; gross, Malachy Travers (2), 152; 3, Mark McKernan (17), 146; 4, Alan McDonald (3), 146; 5, Michael Hegarty (10), 147; 6, Diarmuid Swords (16), 148; 7, Stevie Greene (8), 148; 8, Brian Horgan (12), 149; 9, Eamonn Siggins (23), 149; 10, Niall Murray (12), 149; nett day one, Pat Kenny (15), 71; nett day two, Leslie Masterson (22), 71; nett day three, Lofty Symes (13), 73; past Captains, Tony Kinsella (16), 68; veterans, Paddy O'Brien (22), 75.
Juniors: 1, Ciarán Sheridan (2), 72; 2, Cillian Hughes (4), 75. Non-qualifiers: 1, Stuart White (15), 43 points; 2, Steven Doyle (17), 36 points.
Ladies' nine holes: 1, Croine Ferguson (32), 21 points; 2, Eileen Moriarty (24), 20 points; 3, Kate Sheehan (19), 19 points.
Sunday, July 10, any combination fourball sponsored by Warren Estates: 1, Peter Comerford and Danny Whitty, 44; 2, Jim Hughes and Paddy Hughes, 42; 3, Eileen Moriarty and Helen Mundow, 41.