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Tony Cleary claimed the Greg Young Memorial Trophy in Lahinch while ties in the Woodstock Masters Competition tee off this weekend.

Woodstock Golf Club:

Cian Moloney (14) won the September medal at Woodstock last week with 68 from Brendan Neylon (10) with 70, Lorcan Clancy (23) with 71 and Sean Williams (14) with 71. John Mulcahy (8) won the gross with 81.

This week’s seniors scramble was won by Pat Barry, Seamus Kelly and Seamus Hayes with 45 points.

The Woodstock masters competition involving the top thirty players on the golfer of the year order of merit and ties will take place this weekend.

Those who have qualified are Brendan Keogh, Fiachra McMahon, Tony Neville, John Dempsey, Cian Moloney, Barry Scanlan, Mike Kelly, Anthony Coote, John McGrath, Mike Liddy, Cathal McCoy, Patrick McMahon, Kieran Quinn, Adrian Kearney, Michael Reen, Barry Keane, Bernardo Kelly, Cathal O’Neill, Gerry Walsh, Stephen Kelly, David White, Brian Keogh, Gerard Griffey, Gerry Hayes, Jack Duffy, Brendan Neylon, Gareth Pyne, David McNamara, Darragh Casey, Sean Crowe, Pat Barry, Pat O’Brien, Stephen Spencer, Ryan Enright, Ray Hallahan, Noel Casey, Brian Kilker, Paddy Meehan, Stephen Dunne, Cathal O Connor, Eugene Morrisroe, Seamus Kelly, Morgan Lahiffe, Michael Lynch and Lorcan Clancy.

A club singles(green stroke) will also run for the players that did not qualify for the Masters

Lahinch Golf Club:

The Greg Young Memorial trophy competition was held last Friday (Castle Course) and Saturday (Old Course) with over 100 competitors making the cut from an entry field of over 160. Tony Cleary (Woodstock) returned a 36-hole score of 137 (-4) to win by three strokes from Fergus Harrold (Castletroy) with Declan McInerney in third place on level par.

The Ladies Winter League will commence on October 9 and will run until January 30. Teams will consist of 4 or 5 players, depending on number of entries. The closing date for entries is Tuesday October 5.

Ennis Golf Club:

Winners of the senior ladies outing at Ennis last week were Bridie Hanrahan, Eileen Daly and Eileen Corry with 40 points from Liz Kelly, Mary McMahon and Mary Murray with 38 points while third spot was filled by Brid Cunningham, Pat Leacy and Maureen Maloney with 35 points.

Wednesday’s 18 hole stableford cancer alliance fundraiser was won by Mary Lenihan (17) with 38 points from Noreen Courtney (27) with 35 points with third spot filled by Carmel Verling (23) with 33 points.

Mary Woulfe (15) won the 9 hole competition with 19 points from Mary Nagle (13) with 18 and Bridie Keane (17) with 17 while Sinead O’Sullivan (27) was the winner of the 9 hole improvers competition with 42 nett.

The weekly 18 hole stableford competition was won by Noreen Courtney (26) with 33 points from Monica Finnerty (23) with 32 points and Ethna Murphy (31), also with 32 points.

In the 9 hole stableford competition, Claire Ruane (10) won with 20 points from Patricia Kerwin (20) with 19 points with Mary Woulfe (15) in third spot with 18 points they were followed by Bride Keane (17) with 18 points, Attracta Williams (16) with 18 points and Mary Nagle (13) wth 18 points while Sinead O’Sullivan (27) won the 9 hole beginners section on Sunday with 38 nett with Mary Curley (29) winning on Wednesday with 45 nett.

Dromoland Golf Club:

Barry Nugent was the winner of the Friday open singles at Dromoland with 43 points from Jean Colleran with 41 points with Conor Tierney in third spot with 40 points Tony Cleary won the gross with 37 points.

The weekly 9 hole competition was won by Derek McCoy with 17 points from Darren Reilly with a similar score David O’Brien, also with 17 points, was third,

Brian Arthur was the winner of Sunday’s 128 hole v par competition with an impressive score of 7 up.

He had one to spare over Alan Henstock with third spot filled by Barry Nugent, also with 6 up. Jason O’Leary won the gross with 2 up while Eamon Power with 4 up was the winner of the 18 and over handicap section. The ladies Nolan fourball was won by Deirdre Cooney and Siobhan Fitzpatrick with 48 points from Cora O’Toole and Ann Fahy with 43 points with third spot filled by Catherine Quinn and Patricia Moroney with 40 points.

Leslie O’Flynn won the ladies 9 hole stableford with 19 points from Mairead Toomey with 18 points,

Kilrush Golf Club:

Andrew Egan (18) won the Paddy Ryan open singles at Kilrush with 41 points and he had two to spare over Declan O’Donovan (11) with 39 with third spot filled by Dominick Enright (23) with 38 points. Michael F. Ryan (10) won division 1 with 37 points, John Sherin (15) won division 2 with 37 and Paul McGibney (21)won division 3 with 35 points.

The ladies Summer cup was won by Anne Gallagher (10) with 37 points while Clair Pyne (21) won the Fitzgerald cup with 36 points.

In the ladies Golden Vale singles competition, Anne Coen (21) was the winner with 38 points from Anne Gallagher (10) with 37 points and Joan O’Malley (19) with 37 points while the 12 hole winner was Ann McMahon

Shannon Golf Club:

Roger McMahon (15) won the men’s green tee challenge at Shannon last week with 45 points He had three to spare over Andrew McRedmond (17) with third place filled by Brendan Dunne (27) with 41, Michael Deasy (16) was fourth with 41 points followed by Conor Hayes (21) with 41 points with Michael McInerney (19) in sixth place with 40 points.

Reece Hickey (9) won the gross with 34 points. James Kirby (10) won the 9 hole competition with 22 points from Richard Tuite (6) in second place with 20 points.

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