The Ozone Health & Fitness league continued at the weekend at Woodstock when the competition format was singles over 15 holes.

The winner was Mike Kelly (10) with 34 points and he was followed by Stephen Dunne (6) with 32 points. Tony Neville (8) was third also with 32 points followed by Brian Carty (8) with 32 points, Kieran Horgan (5) with 32 points and Pat Keane (5) with 32 points.

The club singles at Woodstock at the weekend was over 15 holes and was won by
Kieran Quinn (13) with 32 points.

The league continues this week when the format will be Texas scramble while the club competition will be a singles. Winter mats will be in operation for all.

East Clare Golf Club:

The ladies Wednesday competition at East Clare was won by Margaret Lynch, Ann Marie Ryan and Marie A Kelly with second place filled by Ursula Hogan, Pauline Nugent. Joan McNamara and Mary Farrell. Third spot was filled by Mary Hogan, Mary Stillman and Kay Grimes. The mixed scramble continues on Friday morning at 10 a.m.

Kilrush Golf Club:

The weekend’s turkey competition at Kilrush was won by John M Cuggeran (9) with 30 points, one more than John Sherin (11) with Pat Shannon (13) a further point back in third place.

Gort Golf Club:

The Christmas hampers 18 hole singles competition at Gort, sponsored by Murphy Heating, saw Conor Shields (10) win category 1 with 38 points. Tony Curran (13) won category 2 with a similar score, John G. Ryan (19) was the category 3 winner with 37 points while Ken Murray (28) won category 4 with 40 points.

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