*Photograph: Brian Morrison. 

Section A in the seniors group at Dromoland last week was won by Pat McGrath from Mathew Cooney with third spot filled by John O’Shaughnessy.

In group B the winner was Paul Dyer from Tim Kenneally with Philip Hehir in third place.

Tuesday’s junior boys competition off the white tees was won by Dylan Tobin with 41 points from Nathan Slattery with 40 points.

Sean McGee was the winner off the black tees with 42 points from Daniel Sheils with 39 points with third spot filled by Luke Donnelly who also had 39 points.

On Thursday the junior boys competition from the white tees was won by Dylan Tobin with 44 points from Ben O’Halloran with 42 points with the gross won by Donnacha Mahon with 35 points.

Sive Timmons won the junior girls competition with 33 points from Beibhinn Gallagher with 31 points with third spot filled by Jennifer McCarthy with 29 points. Sive Timmons also won the Thursday competition with 36 points.

Daniel Sheils was the winner off the black tees with 43 points from Mark Hartigan who had a similar score with Darragh O’Gorman in third place with 38 points.

The winner of the men’s singles stableford competition on Sunday was Patrick Vaughan with 39 points from Cillian O’Connor with a similar score. Brian Ahern with 36 points was third while Shane O’Brien won the gross with 34 points.

The ladies 18 hole competition was won by Trish O’Brien with 38 points from Katrina O’Neill with 34 points, Dolores Fox with 34 points and Siobhan Doohan with 33 points.

Ann Nix won the 9 hole competition with 19 points from Siobhan Doohan with a similar score with third spot filled by Eimear Danaher with 16 points.

Ennis Golf Club:

Last week’s ladies 14 hole singles stableford competition at Ennis was won by Ann Pyne Gallery (29) with 31 points from Mary Lenihan (20) with 30 points. The 9 hole competition was won by Helen Harnett (14) with 20 points and she was a point ahead of Bernie Brooks (22). The 18 hole competition began on Sunday last and continued on Wednesday. All holes are now open and later tee times are available on Wednesday afternoons/evenings now that summer time has arrived.
The senior ladies competition last Tuesday was won by Gert Finn, Claire Kennelly and Jacintha Nicholas with 26 points.

The men’s fourball competition at the weekend was won by Pat McInerney (17) and Jim Casey (18) with 48 points, one more than Kieran (20) and Senan Ryan who were in second place having finished ahead of Gerard O’Brien (11) and Noel Whelan (5) who also had 47 points.

The weekly qualifiers in the Pat O’Brien memorial trophy were John McInerney, Tim Scanlon and William Donnellan with 96 points.

Saturday’s scramble winners were Carmel Verling, John Kearse and Ferdie O’Donoghue with 49.7.

Kilrush Golf Club:

The weekly singles competition at Kilrush was won by Padraic Conway (20) with 31 points. In second place was Bryan J Hayes (9) with 29 points followed by David Abbott (9) with 27 points, Brian Rogers (23) with 26 points and Geremiah Brennan (9) who also had 26 points.

Woodstock Golf Club:

John Dreelan was the winner of the club singles at Woodstock at the weekend with 30 points. He won on a countback from Alan Markham (5).

The team of 4 waltz competition was won by Michael Guerin, David Quinn, Jamie Ivors and Mike Liddy with 85 points.

There will be another club singles competition this week while there will also be a modified fourball.
Entries are now being taken for this year’s Shanaway Cup fourball betterball matchplay sponsored by AMR Golf (White Tees) and Westgate Motor Factors Scotch Foursomes matchplay (Green Tees).

It is hoped to get these prestigious club matchplays up and running as soon as the course opens fully. Both events were delayed last year so it is hoped to have them completed in a timely manner this season. Draws to be made on Monday April 22 at 12 noon.

East Clare Golf Club:

Last week’s senior men’s competition at East Clare was won by John Nihill and Willie Roche from Danny Minogue and Jackie McHugh with third spot filled by
Jonathan Walsh and Michael Heffernan.

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