Vice-captain Geremiah Brennan’s prize was played for at Kilrush on Saturday and was won by Dominic Enright (12) with 39 points.

He had one to spare over Sean Lyons (16) with 38 points with John Robinson (26) in third spot with 38 followed by Martin McNamara (22) with 37 points, a point more than fifth placed Billy Clarke (18) with 36 points.

Jack Foley (1) won the gross with 34 points while the category winners were Richard Williams (12 with 36 points, Patrick Coleman (14) with 35 points and
Michael J Hogan (20) with 36 points. The nines were won by John McNeilis (19) and Neil Browne (7), both with 19 points.

Lady vice-captain Clare Pyne’s prize was also played for at the weekend when Helen Williams (27) was the winner with 40 points. Agnes Shannon (25) was in second place with 39 points followed by Maureen Kinnerk (33) with 35 points, Ursula Linneen (29) with 34 points, Mary McCarthy (30) with 34 points and Mary Bolton (18) with 34 points.

Fiona Kinsella (13) won the gross with 23 points while the categories were won by Ailish Lorrigan (20) with 33 points, Edel Crowley (25) with 32 points and Helen Hurst (5) with 32 points.

In the 9-hole competition Anne McMahon (21) was the winner with 14 points while Marie Kearns (26) was in second place with 12 points.

In the Bowman’s Lane sponsored ladies’ competition the winner was Ailish Lorigan (20) with 37 points from Edel Crowley (25) with 35 points with third spot filled by Mary O’Sullivan (30) with 34 points.

The category winners were Anne Brennan (13) with 33 points, Mary Young (23) with 33 points and Muriel Kiely (37) with 32 points.

Ennis Golf Club:

Last week’s captains’ scramble at Ennis was won by Mary Curley, Ferdie O’Donoghue, and Patricia Moroney with 48.7.

This week’s winners were Carmel Cummins, James Corcoran, and Gerard Donohue with 42.8.
There will be no scramble this Friday evening, as the captain’s prize to the ladies and the lady captain’s prize to the men are being held that weekend.

The Bogey cup, a ladies v par competition, sponsored by Coco Restaurant was played for last week when Rose Sharkey (41) emerged as the winner with +8 from Mary Lenihan (20) with +5 Suzanne Deane (17) in third place with +2.

In the 9-hole stableford competition Sarah Connolly Barnes (23) won with 22 points from Mary Walsh (18) with 19 points with Carmel Verling (11) in third place with 18 points.

Dromoland Golf Club:

The men’s competition at Dromoland at the weekend was 18-hole stroke which was won by Edward Kane (11) with 66. He had one to spare overs Billy O’Mahoney with Brian Arthur (7) in third place with 69. Sean Burns (scratch) won the gross with 71 while the category for handicaps of 22 and over was won by Tony Cosgrove (23) with 71.

The men’s midweek 9-hole competition was won by Ian Mulready (5) with 21 from Brendan Lennon (10) with 19 with third spot filled by Darragh McCoy (7), also with 19.

The ladies 18-hole stableford competition, sponsored by Tadhg O’Flynn Jewelers, was won by Ann Nix with 38 points from Jean Colleran with a similar score and they were a point ahead of third placed Martina McInerney.

Majella Cosgrove won the ladies 9-hole competition with 20 points from Colette Torpey who had a similar score with third spot filled by Siobhan Dyar with 16 points.

Woodstock Golf Club:

The Hotel Woodstock sponsored April medal at Woodstock was won by Bryan Clune (18) with 66 while Kieran Cunnane (3) won the gross with 75.

Category 1 was won by Jack Joyce (5) with 73 from Sean Crowe (3) with 76. Paul Coote (12) won category 2 with 67 from Kevin Toner (13) with 72 while Dickie Pyne (17) won category 3 with 69.

In the Strokeplay competition for those with handicaps of over 19, Joe Kelly (22) was the winner with 61 from Vincent O’Grady (25) with 67.

There will be an open singles competition on this Thursday while the Ozone Health and Fitness May medal will be played for on Friday Saturday and Sunday.

On Bank holiday Monday there will be a team of 3 Texas scramble.

The club’s junior boys team defeated Shannon in the Irish boys’ junior foursomes while the club’s team in the Michael Cashman competition defeated Castletroy last week. The mixed fourball team defeated Lahinch on Friday last. There was disappointment for the Pierce Purcell team who went down to Ballykisteen at the weekend in a game played at Woodstock.

In the J.B. Carr competition, Woodstock advanced to the next round and a meeting with the winners of the Limerick v Adare contest. Over two legs last week, Woodstock accounted for Shannon.

East Clare Golf Club:

East Clare’s men’s May medal competition was won by Pat (P.J) Madden (20) with 60 and he had five to spare over Dylan Browne (30) with John Corcoran (15) in third spot, a further two back. Eoin McGuinness won the gross with 71.

Last week’s men’s open singles were won by Kieran Larkin (22) with 38 points from Oscar Kolshus (37) who had 36 points.

The winners of the ladies Wednesday competition were Breda McCarthy, Mary Hogan, Mary Collins, and Hannah Guinnane with second place filled by Siobhan Mulcahy, Mary Fitzgerald and Pauline Nugent.

In the Friday mixed scramble, the winners were Ann C, Harte, Maria Kennedy and Colm Hayes from Donal Fleming, Mary Farrell and Alan O’ Neill with third spot filled by Siobhan Mulcahy, Mary Jo Minogue and Jim Greene.

The Mixed Scramble continues on Friday evening at 5p.m.

Gort Golf Club:

Last Friday’s 18-hole open singles at Gort were won by Len Baker (26) with 42 points while the gross winner was Enda Cradock (3) with 31 points.

The weekend competition was for the Val Hoarty jug when the winner was Garry Keane (21) with 66.

Category 1 was won by J J Grehan (11) with 67, category 2 by Matthew O Halloran (18) with 67 and category 3 by Gerry Glynn (27) with 70. The gross winner was Gavin Lally (2) with 71.
Ihe ladies’ section of the Bob Forde trophy, an 18-hole stableford competition, was won by Gina Cahill (42) with 45 points from Patricia Lyons (41) with 39 points with Joan Fogarty (16) in third place with 37 points. Hannah McInerney (4) won the gross with 27 points.

The Friday open singles was won by Mary Cronin (15) with 29 points.

In the Pink 2 ball better ball the winners were Sinead Collins and Aileen Walsh with 50 points from Steve and Teresa Mahon with 47 points.

In third place with 46 points were Padraic Landers and Shauna Burke followed by George and Evelyn Fahey with 45 points.

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