Published on June 8th, 2015 | by BoyleToday.com
Boyle Golf Club news
Last Sunday’s 18 hole was won by Ross Andrew with 42pts, 2nd Seamus Gallagher 40pts, Gross Charlie O’Donnell, 3rd Pat Conroy 38pts.Thursday Mens Competition was won by Cian Smith 29pts, 2nd Sean Heslin 26pts, 3rd Ross Andrew 24pts. Fridays Scramble was won by Brendan Gaffney, Criona O’Donnell & Cillian Doyle, 2nd Michael Simon, Fiona Keenan & Pat Conroy, 3rd Michael Reid, Carmel Keenan & Seamus Gallagher.
The Horse and Summer Show Classic held last weekend was won by Liam Whyte, Lorcan Egan, Jonathan Egan & Vincent Egan 99pts, 2nd Michael Simon, Michael Rush, Seamus Gallagher & Michael Bannon 93pts, 3rd Charlie O’Donnell, Ross Andrew, Willie Tiernan & Michael Gilmartin 91pts. Ladies Winners were Attracta Keville, Regina McLoughlin, Marie Hanmore-Cawley & Ann King (Strokestown). Winner of the Putting Competition was John McGuinn (17). Thanks to Aileen, Teresa and the Horse & Summer Show Committee and thanks to all who took part. Presentation of prizes will take place later in the month.
Competitions for this week are the Mens Competition on Thursday night, Friday is a nine hole scramble and next Sunday is the Bartley Moran Trophy. Format is 18 Hole Stroke and the competition is a golfer of the year. Date for your diary is Charlie O’Donnell’s President Prize on Sunday June 21st. For anyone needing to get cards for the Presidents Prize, next Sunday is a qualifier.
In Inter club news Commiserations to our seniors who lost to Strokestown last Thursday. Good luck to our Jimmy Bruen Team playing Strandhill on Monday, our Mixed Foursomes playing Ballina on Wednesday and our Pierce Purcell Team playing Rosses Point on Saturday
Second round of the King Harman has commenced. All matches to be played by Saturday 27th June.
In Ladies news well done to Liz Dwyer who won the Niamh Nangle Cup on Sunday and to Michelle Quinn who came 2nd. At the presentation Paddy Nangle thanked all the players for taking part and complimented the ground staff on the great condition of the course. Lady Captain Sandra McCrann thanked the Nangle Family for putting up the cup and thanked the Ladies for turning out in such great numbers.