HIGH SCORING was recorded in Ennis Golf Club over the weekend while Barry Coleman had success in the second week of the Johnson’s Spring Bar series in Kilrush.

Ennis Golf Club:

The competition at Ennis at the weekend was a men’s fourball which was won by Paul O’Leary (31) and Adam Roberts (27) with 49 points. They won on a count back from Brendan Pyne (12) and Thomas Gallery (17). In third place with 45 points were Dominic O’Connor (16) and Con Daly (26) with 46 points followed by Tom (20) and Kieran Fox (3) with 45 points. Saturday’s scramble was won by Della Burns, Andrew MacGloinn and Ken O’Farrell with 69 from Patricia O’Reilly, Enda Burns and Paul Kenny with a similar score. In third place were Flor Coffey, John Shannon and Denis Cahill with 66.

Kilrush Golf Club:

Week two of the Johnson’s Bar Spring series at Kilrush saw victory go to Barry Coleman (15) with 32 points and he had three to spare over Martin P. Brennan. In third place with 28 points was Tony McMahon (11) followed by Matthew Dillon
(16) with 27 points and Pat J Shannon (9), also with 27 points.

East Clare Golf Club:

The ladies Wednesday competition at East Clare last week was won by Connie McKenna, Marie A. Kelly and Mary Fitzgerald from Breda O’Loghlin, Mary Hogan and Pauline Nugent,

Woodstock Golf Club:

Sean Walsh (27) with 34 points was the winner of the club singles at Woodstock at the weekend. He won on a count back from Ronan Lynch (18) with Pat O’Brien (13) in third place with a similar score. There will be another 15 hole club singles this weekend

The Ozone Health and Fitness league continued at the weekend when the winners were Michael Guerin and David Quinn with 58 points, one ahead of Paul Coote and Jack Duffy with brothers, Tony and Martin Nugent a point further back in third place. The league continues this weekend with a Texas scramble

Clare Football:

The annual team of four golf classic raising funds for the development of Clare football will take place at Woodstock on Thursday April 25 and Friday April 26.

Gort Golf Club:

Niall Loftus (10) was the winner of category A in the men’s singles stableford competition at Gort at the weekend with 41 points. John Commins (12) won category 2 with 41 points, Tom Costello (19) won category 3 with 44 points and Kyle MacFarlane (27) won category 4 with 43 points

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