Captain Padraig Sutton’s prize to the ladies at Ennis golf club was won by Phil Butler (31)`with 70 nett.

She had one to spare over Mary T. McMahon (22) With third spot filled by Bridie Hanerahan (21), also on 71. Ruth Nihillk (17) won the gross with 90.

The division winners were Mary Nagle (24) with 72 nett, Anne Casey (31) also with 72 nett and Bernadette Morrissey (44) with 74 nett.

In the April qualifier in the Golf Ieeland silver medal the winner was Ruth Nihill with 73 nett while the bronze qualifier winner was Phil Butler with 70 nett.

In round one in the May medal, an Ardagh cup qualifier, the silver sectgion was won by 1st: Mary T. McMahon with 65 nett from Mary Lenihan with 68 nett.

The bronze section was won by Anne Kelly with 67 nett from Rose Enright with 71 nett.

In the 9 hole competition the overall winner was Therese Lillis (24) with 24 points. Division 2 was won by Margaret Flanagan (18) with 18 points while division 3 was won by Marie Dilleen (25) with 14 points.

The Cahercalla cup, a men’s singles competition, was played for at the weekend when Alfred Jones (9) emerged as the winner with 63. He was two ahead of Daire Meehan (10) with Noel Pilkington (24) in third spot with 66 followed by John Considine (16) also with 66.

Andrew Whelan won the gross with 72 while the category winners were Noel Whelan (8) with 68, James Broderick (12) with 66 and Peter Quinn (19) with 67.

In the Tuesday fourball the winners were Declan Hanley and Johnny Kearse with 38 points from PJ Garry and Michael O’Grady with 36 points. In third place, also with 36 points, were Damon Murphy and Michael Cummins.

Last Friday’s captains’ scramble was won by Della Burns, Ronan and Leo Herbert with 43.1. In second place with 46.2 were Kathleen Pyne, Enda and Steve Burns.

There won’t be a scramble this Friday evening because of the club classic.

Dromoland Golf Club:

The men’s competition at Dromoland at the weekend was an 18 hole singles v par which was won by Fergus Cooney (12) with 5 up from Shane Ryan (15) with 3 up with third spot filled by Thomas Halpin (10) with 2 up.

The gross was won by Killian Howard (-2) with 2 down while the category for handicaps 22 and over was won by Mark Skehan (25) with 3 down.

The winner of the 9 hole competition was John M. McCarthy with 25 points from Ian Mulready with 21 with third place filled by Brendan Lennon with 19 points.

The ladies competition was an 18 hoke stableford player of the year outing which was won by Jean Colleran with 39 points from Linda Kochhar with 37 points. They were followed Carola Wixted with 35 points with fourth spot filled by Mairead Bergin with 34 points. The gross was won by Leslie O’Flynn.

The winner of the ladies 9 hole competition was Michelle McCarthy with 19 points.

Woodstock Golf Club:

Last week’s open singles at Woodstock was won by Chris McGrath (12) with 40 points and he won on a countback from Cathal O’Sullivan (11). Tony Cleary (-2), East Clare won the gross with 39 points.

The singles competition for handicappers over 19 was won by Oisin Kelly (24) with 43 points and he had a point to spare over Aaron Lavery (28).

In the matchplay qualifier the winner was Kieran Pattom (21) with 38 points with the gross won by Brian Gilligan (scratch) with 32 points.

The category winners were Darren Russell (7) with 38 points, Ken Horgan (12) with 38 points and Jarlath Fahy (23) with 37 points.

The top 32 have qualified for this singles matchplay. Players will be notified via email of their matches and the draw will be on the ClubV1 App when completed. The draw will also be posted in the Locker Room.

The open singles will continue on this Thursday while there will be a club singles at the weekend.

The HolmPatrick Cup Qualifier, a fourball betterball competition off the white tees, will take place this weekend and the winning pair will advance to the regional final. This is a charitable event for the National Council for the Blind Ireland (NCBI).

Kilrush Golf Club:

The men’s competition at Kilrush on Sunday was sponsored by Tom Nolan Tyres and the overall winner was Barry Coleman (21) with 42 points.

In category one, the winner was first Tom Buckley (12) with 38 points from Terry O’Hare (11) with 38 points.

The category 2 winner was Michael Meehan (13) with 38 points from Joe Daly (14) with 37 points.

In category 3, the winner was Sean Moran (22) with 37 points from Finbar McMahon (21) with a similar score. The nines were won by
Matthew Dillon (22) and Geremiah Brennan (15).

East Clare Golf Club:

Anne Harte (45) with a nett 64 was the winner of the ladies 18 hole stroke competition at East Clare on Sunday.

The category winners were Evelyn Skehan (20) with nett 70, Bridget Minogue (30) with nett 71 and Breda McCarthy (38) with nett 70.

In the ladies Australian Spoons qualifying competition.the overall winners were Eileen Donnellan and Loretto O’Donnell with 42 points while the gross was won by Catherine Minogue and Siobhan Shanahan.

Last week’s ladies Wednesday competition was won by Mary Hogan, Siobhan Mulcahy and Mary Fitzgerald from Mary Bugler, Helen Conway and Noreen Doyle with third spot filled by Margaret Egan, Kay Grimes and Margaret O’Brien.

The senior men’s competition was won by Terry Coughlan, Kevin Grimes and Sean Ahern from Danny Minogue, Kieran McNamara and Donal Fleming with third place filled by Chris Davis John Nihill and Michael Heffernan.

The mixed scramble takes place on Friday evening at 5pm while the men’s Summer open singles competition runs from Thursday to Sunday. To book a tee time call 061-921322.

Gort Golf Club:

The winner of the mid week 18 hole singles at Gort was Denny O’Dea (24) with 34 points.

The Friday 18 hole open was won by Patrick Phelan (25) with 46 points while the gross was won by Paul Connolly (13) 30 points.

The ladies June open singles was won by Tracey Brennan (28) with 38 points from Patricia Callanan (34) with a similar score and they were followed by Patricia Skehill (27) with 37 points.

The Bank holiday open single was won by Louise Butler (14) with 41 points from Ann Jordan (18) who returned a similar score with Teresa Helebert (32) two points behind in third spot.

Last Friday’s open singles was won by Bernie Diskin (19) with 41 points from Josie Collins (23) with 39 points.

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