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KING HARMON CUP – Padraic O’Connell was the first man through to the King-Harmon semi-finals having beaten David Wynne during the week. The other semi-finalists are Gerry Carty, Michael McHale and Sean Heslin who respectively edged out Lorcan Egan, Liam Mullaney and Brendan Gaffney.

THE LATE PADDY DALY – Paddy Daly had a decades long association with Boyle Golf Club, taking up golf not long after his move to Boyle as a young man and still managing to play regularly into his 80s. Paddy served as captain in 1972, which was a very significant year for the club as its course had been on rented land in Warren for many years and the move to the club’s own course in Knockadoobrusna took place during Paddy’s year as captain. He continued to contribute in several capacities after this, including as club president in 1987, as a frequent sponsor of competitions and also as a player on several interclub teams. The club extends its sincere sympathies to the Daly family on Paddy’s passing.

RESULTS –The Bank Holiday weekend competition was a Fourball Shambles for the Drumderrig Cup. The winning team members were Charlie O’Donnell, Ross Andrew, Tommy King and Seamus Gallagher with 96pts. The runners-up ( who did extremely well considering they were a man short) were the team of Lochlainn Conboy, Cillian Conboy, Conor Hamill with 93 points.

HANDICAPS – The annual handicap review for the male members was completed in the past week, with all handicap letters on the clubhouse noticeboard. The adjusted handicaps came into effect from Sunday the 3rd of November.

AGMs – The AGM of the mens’ club takes place this coming Sunday the 10th of November, with the ladies’ on the following Sunday (the 17th of November). The overall club AGM, the “management AGM” , will take place on Sunday the 1st of December. All the meetings take place in the clubhouse at 5pm on the relevant dates. Members are welcome to put motions forward for the AGMs, proposal slips are available below the main noticeboard in the front hall. Motions must be available for viewing on the noticeboard for at least up 14 days prior to the relevant AGM.

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