Fergal Croke won the men’s fourball competition in Ennis Golf Club over the weekend while Ronan O’Looney won the club singles in Woodstock.

The men’s competition at Ennis at the weekend was a fourball which was won by Fergal Croke (13) and Damian Pilkington (13) with 48 points. They had two to spare over Steve Burns (15) and Enda Burns (20) with Gerry Broderick (24) and Eamon Connaughton (20) a point further back on 45 points.

The weekly qualifiers in the Pat O’Brien memorial trophy competition were Martin Coffey, Raymond Power and Tommy Stack with 94 points.

Saturday’s scramble was won by Patricia O’Reilly, Paul Mockler and John Kearse with 45.4 and they were followed by Michael O’Grady, Dennis Cahill and Gerry O’Brien with 45.7.

The winners of the Bank Holiday Monday scramble were Della Burns, Gerry O’Brien and Michael O’Grady with 44.2 from Derek Healy, John Staunton and Tommy Heath with 47.1 with third spot filled by Carmel Cummins, Con Daly and Ferdie O’Donoghue with 47.7.

The closing date for entries to the men’s matchplay competitions (Cyril Walshe cup, Knox Cup and Koley Cup) is this Sunday, March 31

Meanwhile last week’s 14 hole ladies competition at Ennis was won by Mary Lenihan (20) with 33 points. Kitty Morris (15) was second with 30 points.

In the 9 hole competition Carmel Cummins (47) was the winner with 21 points from Maureen Moloney (41) with 20 points

Woodstock Golf Club:

Ronan O’Looney (8) won the club singles at Woodstock at the weekend from Pat O’Brien (13), both scoring 32 points. In third spot was Pat Solon (13) with 30 points.

The team of 2 Texas scramble was won by Joe Barry and Lorcan Clancy (Team handicap 7) with 37 points.

There will be another 15 hole club singles this weekend and there will also be a scotch foursomes.

Woodstock seniors will host a team of four open competition on Saturday April 13, sponsored by Hotel Woodstock and Pierse Motors.

There is a prize fund of €3,500 with prizes for the first ten teams. The fee is €100 per team.

East Clare Golf Club:

Siobhan Shanahan with 30 points was the winner of the 14 hole stableford competition ats Esst Clare last week.

The winners of the ladies weekly competition were Siobhan Mulcahy, Mary Stillman and Mary Farrell from Breda McCarthy and Marie A. Kelly.

Winners of the men’s competition over St. Patricks weekend were Martin, Mark McInerney and Brendan McInerney and Colm Kelly with 99 points. They had two to spare over Stephen Moloney, Tim Walsh, Brian Torpey and Chris Whitycombe.

Last weekend’s men’s foursomes was won by Jason Horan and Paul Hayes with 67 from Martin and Mark McInerney.

Kilrush Golf Club:

Week 8 in the Johnson’s Bar Spring series at Kilrush was won by Dominic Enright (8) with 28 points. He had won to spare over Tom G Smyth Snr (14) with tshird spot filled by Terry O’Hare (8) with 27 points. In fourth place with a similar score was Barry Coleman (15) while Bill O’Reilly (12) won the gross with 13 points.

Dromoland Golf Club:

The St Patrick’s weekend club mixed 4-person scramble at Dromoland was won by Lady captain Jean Colleran, Brian Sheedy, Eamonn Power and Robert Bailey on 58.7. In second place were Mark Reynolds, Cathy Casey, Gordon Daffy and Doreatha Madden with 59.2 followed by Paul Morrissey, Maria Colfer, Tony Byrne and Hugh Colleran with 60.1

Dromoland ladies showcased their skills and team work last Wednesday at the Play in Pink charity event for Breast Cancer Research Ireland held in Doonbeg. Anne McMahon, Joan Dunne, Mary Rogers, and Frances Bergin finished in second place with an impressive 90 points, narrowly missing 1st place after a back nine count back.
In addition, Theresa Reddan, Annette Shanahan, Majella Cotsgreave and Rose Sharkey claimed third place.

Last week’s ladies 9 hole singles competition was won by Maria Colfer with 20 points from Majella Cotgreave with 18 points and Anne Fahy with a similar score

Clare Football Classic:

Woodstock golf club is the venue for the annual team of four competition in aid of Clare football.

This year’s competition is sponsored by Shannonside Building Supplies Ltd.

Entries which cost €300 per team which includes dinner can be given to any of the organising committee of Colm Collins, Kevin Callinan, Michael Clancy, Ciaran Browne, Tommy Tubridy, Niamh Madigan, Mary Farrell-Keane and Seamus Hayes or to any of the county football management teams.

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