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Dominic Enright and Mary Nolan were the winners of the respective Vice Captain prizes at Kilrush Golf Club.

Kilrush Golf Club:

Vice captain Bernard Coleman’s prize was played for at Kilrush on Saturday when Dominic Enright (19) emerged as the winner with 41 points.

He had two to spare over Michael Cooney (14) with third spot filled by Anthony Gilmartin (20) with 38. they were followed by Declan O’Donovan (10) with 38, John Stapleton (22) with 37, Noel McMahon (10), also with 37 and James collins (17) with 36.

Tom Clancy won the gross with 32 points while the category winners were Pat Brennan (7) with 36 points, Thomas Coffey(16) with 36 points, and Pat Shannon (21) with 35 points.

The nines were won by Sean Moran with 21 points and Gearoid Williams with 20 points.

The lady vice captain’s (Stephanie Roughan) prize was played for also and resulted in victory for Mary Nolan (19) with 37 points from Margaret Donnelly (20) with a similar s core. Lucy Hayes (26) was third with 34 points. They were followed by Ursula Lineen (27) with 34 points, Ailish Lorigan (19) with 34 points and Peggy Mulqueen (32), also with 34 points.

The category winners were Mary Lyons (18) with 33 points, Agnes Shannon (22) with 34 points and Loretta Maher (41) with 29 points.

Presentation of Kilrush Lady-Vice Captain’s Prize by Ms Stephanie Roughan to Mary Nolan.

In the 9 hole competition competition Hanora O’Dea-Kilkenny won with 17 points from Anne McMahon with 15 points.

In the men’s open stroke competition the winner was Austin Handy (12) with 65 from Terry O’Hare (14) with 72 while the ladies stableford competition was won by Kathleen Haugh (36) with 36 points. The 12 hole winner was Anne McMahon with 21 points.

Dromoland Golf Club:

There was a big turnout for captain Jimmy McManus prize at Dromoland on Saturday and Sunday which resulted in victory for Sean Conway with 105. He had a shot to spare over Enda Heneghan who in turn, was a shot ahead of third placed Seamus Mungovan.

They were followed by John McCarthy with 107, James Purcell with 108, Enda Finnucane with 108, Brian Foudy with 109, Chris O’Donovan with 109 and Alan O’Flanagan with 110.

Nigel Frost won the gross with 76 while Barry Walsh won the category for handicaps 22 and over. The nines were won by Dermot O’Neill with 33 and Robert Bailey with 34. Cillian Moylan was the junior winner with 71, Conor McCarthy won the junior section with 102, Paul O’Brien was the past captains winner with 73 while Danny Chaplin won the guests section with 71.

The captain’s prize to the ladies was won by Siobhan Fitzpatrick with 66 from Dervla O’Neill with 73, Ursula McManus with 74 and Geraldine Ryan, also with 74. Joan Ryan won the gross with 88 while the nines were won by Mary Arthur with 36 and Niamh McDermott with 35 while the 9 hole winner was Briege Scanlan with 19 points

Ennis Golf Club:

Ethna Murphy (30) won the captain’s (Frank Gormley) prize to the ladies at Ennis last week with 68 Kathleen Pyne (30) was second, also with 68 followed by Rose Enright (28) with 74, Molly Cahill (46) with 75 and Patrice Ryan (35) with 75. Sarah Cunningham (1) won the gross with 80.

Last week’s ladies 18 hole stableford competition was won by Kathleen Frehill (38) with 36 points from Kitty Morris (15) with 34 points.

In the 9 hole competition Liz Kelly (22) won with 20 points from Aideen Considine (13) with 18 points with third spot filled by Mary Woulfe (15) also with 18 points.

In the Bogey cup, an 18 hole v par competition, Geraldine O’Rourke (33) was the winner with plus 1 from Patrice Ryan (35) who was level. Anne Pyne Gallery (27) was third, also with a level score. Kitty Morris (16) won the gross with -12.

The nine hole competition was won by Liz Kelly (22) with 21 points from Maura O’Rourke (16) with 19 points with Mary Glynn third, also with 19 followed by Bridie Keane (17) with 14.

In the senior ladies competition the winners were Mary Glynn, Mary McMahon, Mary Gardner and Margaret. Flanagan with 42 points from Kate Ni Cheallaigh, Brid Cunningham and Anne McMahon with 41points with third spot filled by Bermie Brooks, Carmel Verling and Ann Casey with 37 points.

This week’s competition winners were Bernie Brooks, Brid Cunningham and Alice D’Arcy with 45.3 from Liz Kelly, Carmel Verling and Mary McMahon with 50.6

The winners of the June Bank holiday sceamvble were Ann Casey, Tommy Heath and Greg Lane with 60 points from Anne and Brian Kelly and Pat 0’Reilly with 59 points.

The senior men’s social group played a team of four competition last week when the winners were Gerry Scanlan, Gerry Kelly, Ferdie O Donoghue and Damon Murphy with 72 points. They had one to spare over Eamon Corry, Tom Fox, Ollie Kennelly and Tony Lawler with Joe Dilleen, Des Leahy, Seamus Frehill and Neil Cremin a point further back on 70.

East Clare Golf Club:

The ladies team of three competition at Est Clare on Sundy was won on a count back by Maureen Clune, Claire Ryan and Ursula Hogan with 65 points from Marie Donnellan,Catherine Murphy and Mary Bugler who had a similar score.

The ladies Wednesday competition was won by Brid Hayes, Nancy Starr and Marie Kelly from Evelyn Skehan, Tricia Kerr and Phil Burke with third spot filled by Margaret Lynch, Claire Ryan and Ann Harte.

The East Clare ladies junior foursomes team has qualified for the Munster West semi-Final having overcome Kilrush, Lahinch and Dromoland in the opening rounds.They will play Nenagh in the semi-final.

East Clare will host a Play In Pink, open team of three, competition in aid of breast cancer research on Wednesday June 29. The competition is open to men and ladies and tee times can be booked by calling 061-921322.

The weekend competition for men was won by Rtonan Molloy with 39 points from Enda Quinlan with 38.

The winners of the men’s three ball scramble were Patsy Kett, Enda Donnellan and Noel Nash with 109 points from John and Kieran Mc Namara and Martin Clune with 99 points.

In the men’s 18 hole stableford competition off the yellow tees the winner was Michael Larkin with 41 points from Ray Stewart with 38 and Richard Hayes with 37. Ben Rittweger won the gross with 70.

The men’s Thursday open win ner was Vincent Sherlock with 35 points from David Mulligan with 32, Terry Coughlan with 32 and Niall Murphy, also with 32

The Thursday open for men continues each Thursday while the Friday evening scramble takes place from 5.30p.m. to 6.30p.m.

Woodstock Golf Club:

The open singles at Woodstock last week was won by Derek Deegan (17) with 68 from Colin Ryan (9) with 70 with third spot filled by Aidan Mulcahy (10) also with 70. Brian Gilligan (2) won the gross with 74.

The weekend club singles was won by Joe Barry (21) with 51 points from Kevin Toner (16) with 42 points. Joe Hurley (16) was third, also with 42 points while the gross was won by Tony Cleary (scratch) with 38 points.

The category winners were Chris McGrath (11) with 40 points, Paul Sherlock (19) with 39 points and Kenneth Warren (22) with 41 points.

In the ladies v par competition last Tuesday Chaye Kelly was the winner on a score of 3 up.

The weekend competition, also v par, was won by Mary Gleeson with a score of 4 down.

The open singles continues on Wednesdays and Thursdays while the competition on this Saturday and Sunday will be the Holmpatrick qualifier, a fourball betterball competition in aid of the charity NCBI.

Leading qualifier

Congratulations to Aideen Walsh has won the Leitrim cup as the leading qualifier at the 2022 amateur close championship at the Grange Golf club. After the 36 hole strokeplay Aideen was level par.

She lost out on Monday on the 19th for a place in the semi-finals while Aine Donegan who also qualified for the matchplay section, also lost at the quarter final stage.

Shannon Golf Club:

Jim Fitzgerald won the Dr William Flynn and Conor McPhillips won the Tradaree Cup.

Jim Fitzgerald, Captain Derek Sweeney and Conor McPhillips winner of the Tradaree Cup. Photograph: Joe Buckley,

Gort Golf Club:

Alan Minogue (9) won the singles stableford competition at Gort at the weekend with 43 points. Gerard Niland (5) won category 1 with 39 points, Tommy Kelly (18) won category 2 with 42 points and Ken Murray(33) won category 3 with 43 points. Tony Finnegan (2) won the gross with 37 points on a day when David McAllen had a h ole in one at the 13th.

In the ladies section the category 1 winner in18 hole stroke competition was Ann Jordan (20) with 71. Category 2 was won by Patricia Skehill (27) with 72, category 3 was won by Margaret Foy (38) with 69 and Patricia Lyons (43) won category 4 with 68.

In the 18 hole singles, Regina Malone (41) was the winner with 41 pointss from Hannah McInerney (10) with 39 points.

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