Thursday 19 September 2019

On the fairways

Anna Mai O'Connor (left) receives the lady Captain's prize of Mary McCauley in Enniscorthy on Saturday
Anna Mai O'Connor (left) receives the lady Captain's prize of Mary McCauley in Enniscorthy on Saturday
Margaret Moore receiving her first prize from lady Captain Siobhán Moore and Vice-Captain Joanne Kenny as winner of the Bunclody Golf and Fishing Club lady Captain's day held on July 2
Artist Robert O'Connor, who sculptured the trophy, looks on as Courtown Captain John Fitzgerald presents his prize to the overall winner, Niall Slatter, with club President, George Kilbride, looking on. The quartet are pictured with the Sliabh na mBan Rolls Royce armoured silver ghost and a Ford Model T car
The Phyllis O'Riordan golf trophy is presented to John Kehoe at the Three Bullet Gate, New Ross, by Ger O'Riordan and Bob O'Riordan, with Society Captain David Lee on the right

New Ross: With the good weather prevailing, the club is a hive of activity this month with all sorts of competitions taking place.

In the weekend open fourball sponsored by John and Betty Moran of The Theatre Tavern, some fine scores were recorded, none more so than that of the winning pair, Michael Kavanagh (16) and Noel Dunne (19), with 48 points.

Second after a countback were Eamon Delaney (15) and Noel Devine (17) who edged out Ger Ronan (6) and Pat McGrath (18), with both pairs recording 43 points.

The club foursomes matchplay final was won by Declan Clarke and Joe Doyle who triumphed over Leo Carroll and Eamon Dungan after a great battle.

Art Ward (14) and John Murphy (18) won last Tuesday evening's fourball with a great score of 39 points over the 14 holes played. The prize sponsors were club members Joe O'Farrell, Robert O'Dwyer, Pat Whelan and Seán Murphy.

Second on 38 points were Tadgh Cahill (12) and Seán Diskin (16), whilst Johnny Aylward (14) and Murt Hogan (19) finished third with 36 after a countback over the last nine holes. The sponsor for this evening (July 11) is Ger Martin of the Golden Grill, Irishtown.

All members are asked to support the Split The Pot fundraising effort in which the proceeds are divided equally between the winner and the club. Entry is only €2 for which you have a chance of winning a considerable sum of money depending on how many members put in their €2.

The All-Ireland fourball team bowed out of the competition to a very strong Royal Curragh outfit at the weekend. In New Ross the Kildare club representatives were tremendous strikers of the ball off the tee which gave them an advantage which ultimately led to outright victory. Nevertheless, well done to our team for getting so far in this keenly-contested completion.


In almost perfect golfing conditions, 14 teams took part in our weekly competition on Thursday. It was shirt sleeve time and all enjoyed the champagne scramble format which yielded big scores.

We welcomed back Dick Cuddihy and George Peters for their first game of competitive golf for some time and both enjoyed it and the camaraderie of the Seniors group once again.

With the course in immaculate condition, the scoring was high and the winning team brought in a tremendous 105 points to emerge clear winners. Andy Lawlor (11), Richie Aylward (18), Dick O'Neill (18) and Martin Burke (25) won by four points from Tony Redmond (18), Aidan Kent (20), Mick Wade (22) and Michael Brennan (22) who finished on 101 points.

Third place after a countback on 98 points went to the three-person team of Willie Byrne (14), Patsy Farrell (16) and Fr. Jim Curtis. Difficult pin placings meant no one got nearest the pin prizes on either the ninth or eleventh hole.

We have no game this Thursday, July 13, as it is the charity Meals on Wheels singles day, but all members are asked to support this worthy cause. The next home outing is on Thursday, July 20.

In the meantime we visit Dungarvan on Monday, July 17, and the teams will be announced this Thursday at the Meals on Wheels day. Anyone not already booked in and wishing to play, contact Jamesie Murphy by text or phone on 085-1846172.


July 5, 18-hole stableford sponsored by Murphy's Cash & Carry: 1, Margaret Rossiter (29), 42 points; 2, Carmel Fenlon (23), 40 points; 3, Eileen Wallace (29), 39 points; Senior, Carmel Delaney (34), 36 points.

Next Wednesday the competition is sponsored by Sid's Diner - thank you Maria Burford for your support. It is 18-hole stableford. Booking is open and draws will be at the usual times.

On Wednesday, July 12, prize-giving for the last four competitions will take place at 9 p.m. Please ensure you are represented if you cannot be there in person to accept your prize.

A little earlier at about 8.30 p.m., Robert Farrell will give a short introduction to some exercises especially designed for golf. Robert is qualified in sport science and is well positioned to offer a personalised fitness programme for any interested golfing clients. His presentation seems very promising, so put that date in your diary ladies.

The club fourball matchplay is posted on the noticeboard in the locker room. Handicap allowance is explained on a sheet on the handicap noticeboard.

Please adhere to the deadlines given so that the competition can be run in good order. Names on the top of each draw should make contact with opponents.

The Get into Golf scheme has now advanced to its second phase. Ladies who signed up for the rest of the year will play a scramble every Wednesday with a volunteer from the ladies' section.

We are delighted with the healthy uptake of this latest offer and hope that the new golfers will enjoy their experience of New Ross Golf Club even more. Many thanks to all the ladies who helped out for that last eight weeks, and in particular to Ann Healy whose sterling work has brought the initiative to this juncture.

While the ladies' teams had little luck last week, today (Tuesday) the Mary McKenna team travel to Castlecomer to try their luck at the north Kilkenny venue. The match starts at 2 p.m. Best of luck to both teams.

The club is very appreciative of the contribution made by all the ladies who played on teams, caddied or managed. Your generosity is exemplary.


July 2, lady Captain's prize: 1, Margaret Moore (10), 66 nett; 2, Ann Steemers (24), 69 nett; gross, Linda Byrne (11), 82 gross; 3, Margaret Byrne (34), 71 nett; 4, Doreen Hogg (23), 73 nett; 5, Fiona Bodels (20), 73 nett; 6, Alice Druhan (22), 75 nett; past Captains, Fran Crean (22), 80 nett; front nine, Ann Redmond (24), 38 nett; back nine, Lisa O'Leary (23), 35 nett; Category 1, Lucy Healy (13), 76 nett; Category 2, Ethel Deacon (23), 76 nett; Category 3, Bernie Foley (35), 76 nett.

July 4, ladies' weekly competition: 1, Ann Cowman (27), 35 points; 2, Fran Crean (22), 35 points.


We send our congratulations to Niall Slattery who won our Captain's (John Fitzgerald) prize on Saturday, and he did so in some style, carding a very fine round of 70 for day two, having carded a 73 on the previous week.

And as often happens in Courtown, it could not have been much tighter at the finish; while Niall had a total of 143, there were six others snapping at his heels who carded 144.

The Captain thanked all who had made his day such a success and of course there was much praise again for James Timmins and his staff for the condition of the course. The great day's golfing was followed by an equally great night's entertainment.

The arrival of Michael Collins' 1920 Rolls Royce proved to be a big attraction on the day as many members and visitors came along to take photographs of this most historic car. We contacted Leslie Byrne, who had supplied us with a vintage car in 2011 for the Captain's drive-in, to tell him the car 'Sliabh na mBan' would be on display if he cared to come along to view it.

Not alone did he come to view the Rolls Royce, but he arrived in a pristine 1918 Ford Model T. The two vehicles looked amazing side by side.

The Gorey Guardian summer series started on Wednesday of last week and will continue every Wednesday until the end of August. Five players will qualify each week for the grand final which will take place on Wednesday, August 30.

For this week we will have our open singles on Wednesday, the open mixed nine and dine on Friday, ladies' and gents' singles on Saturday sponsored by Jim French, and on Sunday the gents' singles medal.

Wednesday, July 5, Gorey Guardian summer series: 1, Martin Ryan (19), 38 points; 2, Joe Sinnott (18), 38 points (last nine); gross, John Bolger (0), 38 points; 3, Declan Howard (Lough Erne), 38 points.

Thursday, July 6, open Seniors: overall, John Ebbs (19), 44 points; Cat. 1: 1, Seamus Kennelly (8), 37 points; 2, Alan Lawlor (18), 36 points; Cat. 2: 1, Eric Nunan (20), 39 points; 2, Des Roche (5), 37 points; Cat. 3: 1, Peter Sinnott (21), 39 points (last nine); 2, Michael Shiels (18), 39 points.

Captain's prize: 1, Niall Slattery (12), 143; 2, Adrian Copeland (18), 144; gross, Barry Symes (2), 150; 3, Ollie Quigley (13), 144; 4, Patrick Flood (15), 144; 5, Pat Walsh (7), 144; 6, Jerry O'Riordan (25), 144; 7, George Horan (8), 144; 8, Kevin Hobbs (22), 145; 9, Brendan Sheehan (7), 145; 10, Michael O'Doherty (23), 145; nett day one, Philip Stokes (9), 70; nett day two, Philip Sherwood (22), 70; past Captains, Jerry O'Riordan (25), 70; veterans, Noel Hayden (24), 70: Juniors: 1, John Bolger (0), 73; 2, Darragh Hobbs (4), 73; non-qualifiers: 1, Conor Coone (4), 35 points; 2, Donal Sheehan (16), 35 points.

Ladies' nine-hole: 1, Ann Morgan (29), 22 points; 2, Caroline Dale (30), 21 points; 3, Catherine Lysaght (34), 21 points.

Tuesday, July 4 (Independence Day) brought the red, white and blue in the shape of flags, stars and stripes as well as apparel to Courtown. The sponsor was Prospect Holiday & Leisure Park and we are extremely grateful to Bronagh Stafford for the sponsorship and delighted that she could attend on Tuesday evening to present her wonderful prizes.

Bronagh is a wonderful patron of the golf club, giving her time to decorate the course and clubhouse for various events as well as sponsoring some events throughout the year.

Results: 1, Denise Kavanagh (13), 43 points; 2, Mary O'Connor (36), 39 points (countback); 3, Ann McDonald (23), 39 points; Cat. A, Catherine Ledwidge (15), 38 points; Cat. B, Gretta Duke (20), 37 points; Cat. C, Elaine Fitzgerald (36), 37 points; nine-hole: 1, Ann O'Shaughnessey (36/18), 14 points (countback); 2, Muriel Richards (27/13), 14 points; visitors, Tracey Hutton (Ballymoney, 34), 43 points; men's nine-hole fun competition: 1, Martin Byrne (20), 22 points; 2, Paddy Donohoe (6), 21 points.

Sorcha Howell recorded a hole-in-one on the third. Congratulations to all our winners.

On Tuesday, July 11, La Crème Boutique will sponsor an open day at the club. Places on the timesheet are few and far between, so hurry and get your name down if you want to play.


Wednesday nine-hole competition: 1, Anthony Fortune (13), 20 points; 2, Eugene O'Brien (11), 20 points; 3, Brian Brooking (16), 20 points, holding off Phillip Moore (15) on countback.

The weekend singles stableford was played in perfect conditions and glorious weather. Scoring proved very good and Mike O'Grady (14) won with 40 points.

Michael Brennan (19) was second with 40 points too, holding off Billy Larkin (13), also on 40 points.

Matchplay first round: Derek Robinson beat Shane Fox; Richard McDonald beat Anthony Fortune; Troy Kenny beat Chris Corrigan.

Second round: Paul Hayden beat Richard McDonald; Kevin Lynch beat Barry Breen; Ron Breen beat Eoin Finnerty.


On a perfect summer's Saturday the much-anticipated lady Captain's prize was played. The coveted prize was won by Anna Mai O'Connor with a fantastic score of 71.

Lady Captain Mary McCauley presented her beautiful prize to a very gracious winner.

There was a full clubhouse to join in the celebrations on this wonderful occasion.

A total of 83 ladies played in the stroke competition and there was fantastic scoring, with the course being in immaculate condition.

Results: 1, Anna Mai O'Connor (25), 71 nett; 2, Anne Nolan (20), 72 nett (back nine); gross, Ciara Sharkey (4), 78; 3, Breda Morrison (27), 72 nett; 4, Monica O'Connor (28), 73 nett (back nine); 5, Helen Cosgrave (10), 73 nett (back six); 6, Catherine Lawless (18), 73 nett (back nine); 7, Mary Halligan (27), 73 nett (back nine); front nine, Jacinta Kenny (20), 33 nett; back nine, Vera Swan (33), 35.5 nett; committee, Meta Cummins (29), 78 nett; past Captain, Deirdre Kavanagh (22), 75 nett; nearest the pin, Elizabeth Browne, 10 ft. 8 ins.; longest drive, Stellah Sinnott; nine-hole qualifier: 1, Joan Kavanagh, 21 points; 2, Christin Yates, 17 points; putting competition, Anne O'Rourke; Junior competition, Eabha Farrell (35), 44 points; ladies' scramble, Bernie Butler and Margaret Quirke.

Mixed competition: 1, Jim Mackey and Louise Doyle, 30 nett; 2, Philip Browne and Mary Breen, 31.5 nett; gross, Des Kehoe and Dorothy Kenny, 42.

The Enniscorthy ladies were treated to a beautiful day for golf to play their weekly Tuesday competition on July 4. It was sponsored by Flowers by Grace and was a singles stableford competition.

Results: 1, Margaret Crotty (29), 43 points; 2, Helen Cosgrave (11), 40 points; 3, Helene Daly (24), 38 points (back nine); 4, Marie Dunphy (18), 38 points; 5, Vera Garry (21), 37 points (back nine); 6, Breda Morrison (27), 37 points; 36 handicap, Audrey Lawrence (36), 33 points; nine-hole qualifier, Joan Dunne, 17 points.

Our Junior Cup ladies are playing Wexford in St. Helen's on Sunday, July 16, at 2 p.m., and our Senior foursomes are playing Kilkenny in Carlow on Wednesday, July 26.

Keep up to date with activities and results by following us on, Twitter @enniscorthygolf, or Instagram (enniscorthygolfclub).


What a tight finish! It was a lovely sunny day in Rosslare with four ladies scoring 38 points in the 18 holes singles stableford sponsored by Boggan's Londis.

Joan Bowe (back nine), Ruth Deeny (back nine), Doreen McGovern (back six) and Margie O'Connor were only separated by countback scores. Congratulations to all, and also to Junior and Senior Cup team member, Valerie Doyle, on winning the gross with a great score of 29 points, and to ex-lady Captain, Bernadette Cuddihy, on winning the Seniors' prize. 

A well-attended presentation was held in the clubhouse that evening and Paul Boggan presented seven very generous hampers (with speciality wines) donated by Londis, Rosslare. 

The ladies' Burrow course nine-hole competition was very well supported that day also - ten ladies played with Julie O'Brien (wife of ex-Captain, Paud O'Brien) winning with 18 points off a handicap of 24.

Julie has not been playing that long and we are delighted to see her name in the prizes. Well done Julie!

The open Wednesday 18-hole competition is proving very popular as the weather improves, the golf season advances, and the rough is cut back! Twenty-six people played, with clubs as far away as Ballinrobe, Portumna, Powerscourt and Clones being represented.

Congratulations to Fiona Murphy (36) who won with 29 points, and also to Carmel Quinn, Moira Fortune and Ruth Farrell who scoring two-clubs and shared the pot.

Rosslare clubhouse competed in the Links Festival Singing Pubs competition on Friday with a star-studded cast entertaining the assembled crowd; Aileen O'Donohue and her husband, Conor Hanratty, John Gallagher, Andrew in the bar, and many more.

With only 40 minutes' competition time, Rosslare put on a fabulous show hoping to retain their title.

Tuesday (July 11) and Saturday (July 15) are the long-awaited lady Captain's days - a 36-hole strokes competition G.O.Y. and medal, with prizes for front nine and back nine, and first and second on both Tuesday and Saturday, as well as the usual main prizes.

Also, to ensure the smooth running of the day, there will be starters - the incoming Captain Jimmy Cullimore and course marshall Dan Cash. The dinner, prize-giving and dancing will take place on Saturday night, July 15. We look forward to a delicious meal and music by our friend and Wexford town native, Ronnie Bent.

The format for Tuesday, July 18, is an 18-hole stableford fourball invitational tournament sponsored by members Philip and Paula Stafford, Kerlogue Nursing Home, with Windmill Therapeutic Centre, Wexford, being the charity of the day.

We also have a special annual raffle organised and run by Mary A. Doyle for a children's charity. We look forward to a wonderful day's golf and an enjoyable evening with our friends and sponsors. 

Date for your diary: mid-summer barbeque, Saturday, July 29, at the clubhouse. 

Saturday, July 1, mixed Scotch foursomes (Kerlogue Cup), sponsored by K.D. Garage: 1, Eddie Fortune (14) and Sheila Crosbie (13), 66.6; 2, Ken Maher (11) and Dorcas Maher (19), 68; 3, Michael Geraghty (11) and Miriam Geraghty (20), 69.4.

Burrow course, nine-hole competition, Saturday and Tuesday, July 1 and 4: 1, Julie O'Brien (36/24), 18 points (back four).

Tuesday, July 4, singles stableford, sponsored by Boggan's Londis: 1, Joan Bowe (13), 38 points (back nine); 2, Ruth Deeny (19), 38 points (back nine); gross, Valerie Doyle (10), 29 points; 3, Doreen McGovern (12), 38 points (back six); 4, Margie O'Connor (18), 38 points; Seniors, Bernadette Cuddihy (24), 34 points (back nine); 5, Joan Wallace (17), 37 points.

Wednesday, July 5, open singles (C.S.S. 74/35 points): 1, Fiona Murphy (36), 39 points; 2, Orla Fives (Waterford Castle, 17), 35 points (back nine); 3, Ruth Farrell (10), 35 points.


Open week for the ladies got under way on Monday, July 3, with a mixed fourball competition sponsored by Hynes' Jewellers. It was a very close competition.

Results: 1, Mary Cashe (24) and Joe Cashe (7), 45 points (back six); 2, Martina Dempsey (18) and Brian Dempsey (13), 45 points; 3, Susan Kelly (22) and Alan Keeling (10), 44 points (back nine).

Mark Mullen (+1) and Elaine Mullen (22) won the gross competition with 33 points. The visitors' prize went to Catherine Haugh (18) and Gerry Haugh (19) with 34 points.

Last Thursday's 18-hole stableford competition was sponsored by Shoe Style International. The warm, calm conditions saw some very good scoring. 

Results: 1, Eileen Kent (27), 44 points; 2, Elaine Mullen (24), 43 points; 3, Una Doherty (30), 40 points.

The gross prize winner was Sheila Richardson (9) with 25 points. The Senior prize went to Noreen Power (34) with 35 points. Breda Brophy (27) from Mount Wolseley won the visitor's prize with 31 points. Breda was also nearest the pin with 3 ft. 10 ins. The nine-hole competition was won by Pauline O'Neill (17) with 19 points.

Congratulations to the Minor Cup team on advancing into the inter-clubs semi-finals after their win against New Ross on Sunday, July 2.

The Women in Golf programme is continuing each Monday evening. The volunteer list has been amended, so please check the list on the noticeboard in the locker room.

This week's Thursday competition is a two-person team event sponsored by Selskar Pharmacy.

The timesheet is now also open for the Volvo Digest Open on Friday, July 21. To put your name on the timesheet go to the website: Also remember that Una's lady Captain's day is Sunday, July 23.


Wednesday, July 5, open singles stableford (standard scratch: 72): 1, Dolores Hodgins (30), 38 points; 2, Janet Slattery (19), 35 points; 3, Nora Kavanagh (15), 33 points.

Friday, July 7, nine-hole visitors N/A and summer league (gross scores): 1, Patricia Hudson (15, Milltown), 18 points; 2, Ann Goode (14, Edmondstown), 12 points.

Friday, July 7, members' nine-hole and summer league: 1, Peigí O Rúairc (18), 18 points; 2, Marie Carroll (18), 18 points; 3, Eileen Walsh (16), 16 points.

Saturday, July 8, monthly medal (standard scratch: 73): 1, Bernadette Tully, 75; 2, Rionach Donlon, 75; 3, Linda Shine, 76.

Saturday, July 8, open singles stableford: 1, Theresa Kilcline (23), 31 points; 2, Trina Cooney (36), 27 points; 3, Siobhán Noonan (35), 26 points.


The past week has been very kind to us weather-wise, and this was reflected in the large numbers that played in our various competitions for our first open week of this year.

The course was in excellent condition and the greens were very fast, but some very tricky pin positions made high scoring difficult.

Tuesday's competition was sponsored by Kelly's Resort Hotel, Rosslare, and was an 18-hole singles event. The winner was John Nolan on four up.

In second place was Davy Farrell on three up and third place went to Pat Reardon on two up (back nine). The gross was won by Anthony Corish on one up, and in fourth place was Ted Mangan on two up. The visitor's prize went to Jim Foran of New Ross.

Wednesday's competition was sponsored by The Talbot Collection Group and was an 18 holes singles strokes. The winner was Mark Goodison on 66 (back nine).

In second place was Shane Keogh, also on 66, with Paul Carty taking third place on 68. Mark Mullen won the gross with a 76, and the visitor's prize went to Eamon Lyons on 69.

Friday's competition was an 18 holes stableford sponsored by Think Print and Design. The winner was a visitor from Enniscorthy in the person of Seán Walsh who won with 40 points.

Second place went to Tom Butler with 39 points (back nine), and Andrew Roche took third place with 39 points. The gross was won by Tony O'Leary with 36 points.

The vet's prize went to Ted Mangan on 38 points, and the visitor's prize was won by Vincent Murphy from Bunclody.

Saturday's competition was a two-person scramble sponsored by Boggan's Toyota Motors, Wexford. In first place were Craig Moran and Pat 'Mags' Murphy with 60.5.

Second were Jason Kehoe and Derek Furlong on 61.75 (back nine). Third were Aiden Murphy and Derek Murphy on 61.75, and fourth were Larry Byrne and John Pitt on 62.25. The gross prize was won by Paul Hynes and Brad Cohen on 67.

On behalf of Wexford Golf Club, we would like to thank all our sponsors for open week for their continued support of our competitions.

The latest winner of our Joker draw was Eamon O'Connor. The Joker jackpot is now over €3,000 and it is only €2 to enter.

All results and details of club competitions can be found on our website:


The Kerlogue Cup mixed foursomes sponsored by K.D. Garage (Services) Ltd. was played in Rosslare on Saturday. This was also a qualifying round for the club mixed foursomes matchplay with 16 pairs going forward.

The winners with 66.6 were Eddie Fortune (14) and Sheila Crosbie (13). In second position on 68.8 were Ken (11) and Dorcas Maher (19), with Michael (11) and Miriam Geraghty (20) third on 69.4.

On Sunday the singles was sponsored by The Carpet Gallery and resulted in a win for one of our young guns, Niall Griffin. Niall (15) got a fantastic start and was one under par after four holes having birdied the second. He had pars at the seventh and eighth to turn in 24 points.

He had three more pars on the way home for 16 points and a one-point win over Ian Lynch (scr.). Ian had birdies at the first, fifth, twelfth and 18th in a three under par round of 69.

In third position was Ray Roche (6) who had two halves of 19 points. John Brady (+2) won the gross with 37 points and Martin Flynn (12) won the vets. with 39 points.

Burrow (twelve holes): 1, Liam MacNamara (4), 30 points; 2, Willie White (10), 28 points.

Wednesday open singles: 1, Conor Hanratty (14), 43 points; 2, Liam Duggan (6), 41 points; gross, Gary Collins (+2), 39 points; vets., Fintan Murphy (24), 40 points; 3, Niall O'Kennedy (Waterford Castle, 15), 40 points; 4, Mick Brosnan (14), 38 points (back nine).

John Brady and Brendan Rossiter had good performances in the Irish Boys' Amateur Open played in Castletroy last week. At the halfway stage John, with rounds of 68 and 69, was two strokes ahead.

He finished 77, 77 to finish fourth. He was the winner of the Under-17 title. Brendan, with rounds of 73, 73, 75 and 78, finished in fourth position. Well done boys.

Fixtures: Saturday, July 15, lady Captain's prize (Doreen McGovern); Sunday, July 16, gents' singles; open ladies' and gents' singles every Wednesday.


Sunday, July 2, open singles (C.S.S. 72, 36 points): 1, Gerry Byrne (13), 40 points; 2, Brian Dalton (26), 36 points (countback).

Wednesday, July 5, open singles (C.S.S. 71, 37 points): 1, Brian Cawley (14), 37 points; 2, Andy Darling (11, Charlesland), 36 points.

Friday, July 7, open nine-hole summer league round nine: 1, Liam Mullen (8), 22 points; 2, Paul Lattimore (14), 22 points.

Saturday, July 8, open singles (C.S.S. 72, 36 points): 1, Chris Maddock (19), 39 points; 2, Tom Tevlin (20), 38 points (countback); 3, Seán Moore (10), 38 points.

Sunday, July 9, monthly medal (C.S.S. 72): winner, Michael Grant (20), 65 nett; Class 1, Pat O'Connor (4), 70 nett (lowest gross); Class 2, Colm Fitzgerald (17), 71 nett; Class 3, Mark Tully (21), 73 nett.

Fixtures: Wednesday, July 12, open singles; Thursday, July 13, Junior singles (11 a.m. to 12 noon); Friday, July 14, summer league round ten; Saturday, July 15, Captain's day; Sunday, July 16, open singles; Wednesday, July 19, Seniors' open.


The Bloomfield Cup, which had to be postponed due to inclement weather, has been re-scheduled for July 15 and 16 with a 6 p.m. mixed shotgun start to follow on the 16th. Booking sheets are now open.

The gents' open Seniors is on July 13 at 8.30 a.m., sponsored by Pat Mulvey and John Thorpe.

Our second open week starts on Friday, July 28, through to Tuesday, August 1, with several game variations available to cater for all.

Ladies' and gents' open, singles stableford, July 3, sponsored by E.G.C. (29 played; standard scratch 73): 1, Seán Walsh (20), 40 points; 2, Greg Kelleher (Rosslare, 9), 39 points; 3, Tiarnan Rossiter (Ballymoney, 9), 34 points.

Nine-hole midweek, singles stableford, July 5, sponsored by Murt Mangan (102 played): overall, Ray Hutchinson (17), 24 points; Category A, Paul Lynch (4), 23 points; Category B, Denis Dunne (12), 20 points; Category C, John Furlong (17), 22 points; Category D, Nicholas Walsh (21), 21 points.

The presentation for all the June midweeks will be on July 26. Next week's sponsor is George Leech.

For the full report please look at the club website in the news section.

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