Golf

The ladies golfer of the year award at Ennis has been won by Sinead Hegarty while Patricia O’Reilly has won the award for the most improved golfer and she is also the bronze medal winner.

The silver medal winner is Mary Lenihan, the Armagh cup winner is Suzanne Deane while Ann Gallery won the Challenge Cup.

The winners of the mince pies scramble were Jean Moloney, Mary T. McMahon and Marie Connolly.

In the November Spirits 18 hole stableford competition, Mary Lenihan (20) was the week one winner with 36 points followed by Suzanne Deane (17) with 35 points.

Anne Kelly (28) won week 2 with 28 points from Peggy Costello (23) with 27 points.

Week three was won by Una O’Reilly (35) with 31 points from Kathleen Pyne (33) with 28 points with third spot filled by Helen Harnett (29) with 23 points.

The week four winner was Suzanne Deane (17) with 24 points from Mary Lenihan (20) with Kathleen Pyne (33) in third place.

The week 1 winner in the 9 hole competition was Eileen Holly (22) with 18 points from Mary Nagle (12) with 17 points and Claire Ruane (10), also with 17 points.

Flor Coffey (11) was the winner in week 2 with 19 points from Carmel Cummins (23) with 17 points abd Anne Kelly (13), also with 17 points.

The week 3 winner was Patrice Ryan (18) with 15 points from Rose Sharkey (20) with a similar score while Helen Harnett(14) was the week 4 winner with 17 points from Geraldine O’Mahoney (15), also with 17 points.

Kilrush Golf Club:

The weekly turkey competition continued at Kilrush on Sunday when Dominic Enright (8) emerged as the winner with 31 points. He had one to spare over Pat Shannon (13) with third spot filled by Tommy Clancy (12) with 29 points.
They were followed by Tony Lock (12), Michael Studdert (14) and Martin P Brennan (15) each of whom also had 29 points.

East Clare Golf Club:

Last Wednesday’s ladies competition at East Clare was won by Kay Grimes, Mary Hogan and Mary Stillman from Mary Fitzgerald, Noreen O’ Grady and Anne Marie Ryan while third spot was filled by Siobhan Mulcahy, Noreen Skehan and Mary Stritch.

In the senior men’s competition last week the winners were Tony McNulty, Seamus O’Dwyer and Brian Corry from Brendan Moloney. Steve Lynch and Denis Corcoran with third spot filled by Tom Larkin, Ted Harrington and Brian Torpey.
The mixed scramble continues on Friday morning at 10 am.

Dromoland Golf Club:

In the men’s turkey competition at Dromoland at the weekend the winner was Tony Cotgreave with 21 points from Philip Alldritt with 20 points and Mike Tobin, also with 20 points.

Gort Golf Club:

The ladies 3 person Christmas waltz competition at Gort was won by Tracey Brennan, Patricia Callanan and Patricia Lyons with 53 points.

The November Santa surprise 13 hole singles stableford ladies competition was won by Sara Broderick (15) with 30 points. She had two to spare over Anne Kerins (17) with Ena Furey (24) a further three points back on 25 points.

The ladies November 2 ball Christmas scramble was won by Marcella Killeen and Evelyn Fahey with 49.45 from Joan Fogarty and Patricia Reddy with 49.60.

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