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In the men’s singles competition at Kilrush Golf Club, the honours went to Declan Kearns while impressive scoring was recorded across the board

Declan Kearns (22) won the men’s singles competition at Kilrush at the weekend with 43 points. He had three to spare over Thomas Downes (12) with third spot filled by Paul McGibney (24) with 39 points followed by Cyril Kelly (20), also with 39.

Noel McMahon (12) won Division 1 with 38 points, Andrew O’Neill (16) won Division 2 with 38 and Aeneas O’Connor (21) won Division 3 with 36 points.

Last week’s ladies competition was won by Geraldine Burke with 30 points from Mary Young with 29 while Anne McMahon won the 12 hole competition with 18 points.

Woodstock Golf Club:
Last week’s club singles at Woodstock was won by Chris McGrath (10) with 41 points from Damian Hogan (17) with 40 points and Gary Greene, also with 40 points. Jason Considine (2) won the gross with 34 points.

In the AMR Shanaway cup fourball qualifier the leading team comprised Steve Spencer and Cathal McCoy with 52 points. They won from Kieran Quinn and Pat McMahon with 49, Cormac Walsh and Darragh Casey with 49, Brian Keogh and Cathal O’Neill, also with 49. The other four pairings that qualified are Brian Gilligan and Kieran Browne 48pts, Ryan Enright and Pat O’Brien 48pts, John and Bryan Clune 46pts, Andrew Kenny and Ken Fielding 46pts.

Due to Covid protocols, the matchplay matches cannot start until June 7. The May monthly medal will be played for over the June Bank holiday weekend while there will be a modified fourball betterball on Bank Holiday Monday, June 7

East Clare Golf Club:
The men’s competition at East Clare at the weekend was an 18 hole two ball better ball competition.

The category 1 (0-20) winners were William O’Brien and Ben Rittweger with 50 points.

Category 2 (21-30) was won by Martin Breen and John Duffy with 65 points from Stephen Moloney and Tim Walsh with 63 points while the category 3 winners were Martin and Ray McInerney with 63 points from Teddy O’Hanlon and John Duffy with a similar score.

The winner of the ladies 18 hole competition was Noreen Doyle with 36 points from Noreen Skehan with 35 and Evelyn Skehan with 34.

The ladies Wednesday team of three 10 hole competition was won by Jenny Ryan, Connie McKenna and Teresa Bradley with 42 points from Nancy Starr, Ursula Hogan and Margaret MacNamara with 41 points with third spot filled by Brid Hayes, Hannah Guinnane, Mary Collins and Helen Downey with 40 point.

Ennis Golf Club:
The Ennis ladies section hosted the 3T’s competition over 18 holes last week when the winner was Suzanne Deane (17) with 37 points from Attracta Willians (36) with 35 points. Anne Caset (27) with 34 points, Deirdre Molyneaux (19) with 34 points, Patricia Moroney (20) with 32 points and Kate Keohane (21) with 32 points. Della Burns (16) won the gross with 28 points.

The 9 hole stableford competition was won by Maureen Moloney (20) with 19 points from Nuala D’Auria (19) with 17 points, Mary McMahon (12) with 17 points, Pat Leacy (17) with 16 points, Patricia O’Reilly (24) with 16 points, Bridget Hoey (11) with 15 points and Mary Walshe (15) with 15 points.

Shannon Golf Club:
The Dr. William Flynn May medal at Shannon, sponsored by Easons, Shannon Town Centre was won by Greg Moloney (15) with 67 from Jason Treacy (22) with a similar score. Cian Coady (21) was third with 69 followed by Paul McElligott (14) with 69, Michael Darcy (24) with 69 and Andrew Moloney (15) with 69. Keith Buckley (5) won the gross with 76.

Gort Golf Club:
The 18 hole singles at Gort at the weekend was won by Harry Mulleady (27) with 47 points from Joseph Caulfield (24) with 43 points and Tony Moran(25) with 42 points. Alan Minogue (8) won the gross with 33 points.

In the ladies 18 hole singles Maureen Brennan (25) was the winner with 39 points from Josie Collins (19) with 38, Josephine Cummins (24) with 35 points and Patricia Skehill (29) with 34 points.

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