Kevin Toner (10) won the club singles, played over 15 holes, at Woodstock at the weekend with 36 points.

He won on a countback from Paddy Meehan (10) with third place filled by Eugene Quinn (22) with 33 points. There will be a similar competition this week

In the Ozone Health and Fitness League, the format was Texas Scramble over 15 holes. The winners were Kieran and Michael Crosby with 44 points and they had one to spare over Tony Neville and Liam O’Connor. In third place, also with 43 points, were Pat Solon and Frank Slattery.

The league continues this week when the format will be modified fourball betterball. This is the last weekend of the league before the finals. The top sixteen teams will qualify for two divisional finals of eight teams in each division. The finalists will be known after next weekend.

Kilrush Golf Club:

Week 3 in the Johnson’s bar league at Kilrush saw Tom Dillon (8) emerge with victory, He won on a countback from Noel Thornton (11) with Derek Garvey (9) in third place followed by Michael Miniter (10). All four returned scores of 29 points

Ennis Golf Club:

The men’s singles at Ennis on Sunday was won by Brendan Nevin (33) with 49 points. He had five to spare over Neil Cremin (28). Gerry Bredin (16) was in third place with 42 points followed by Patrick Garry (31) with a similar score. Kieran Fox won the gross with 32 points.
The winner of Saturday’s scramble were Valarie Wall, James Corcoran and Con Daly with 79 points, three more than Colin Reidy, John Shannon and Pauric Larkin with third spot filled by Carmel Verling, John Kearse and Ferdie O’Donohue with 66 points.

The weekly qualifiers in the Pat O’Brien trophy competition were Dermot Doheny, John Coleman and Damon Murphy with 89 points. The final will be played Saturday April 6. The list of qualifiers can be found on the club noticeboard.

Gort Golf Club:

Sean Hanbury (12) was the winner in category 1 at Gort at the weekend with 41 points. Paddy Prendergast (16) won category 2 with a similar score. Mark Kavanagh (20) was the category 3 winner with 37 points while Gary Keane (23) won category 4 with 44 points.

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