Mayne Cup – Lee Campbell
Antennae Cup – Sean Reilly
Centenary Cup – Michael Brunsdon
Captain's Prize – Levi Woods
Lady Captain's Prize – Shea Donnelly
Sherwood Systems Trophy – Niall McCormack
President's Cup – Shane O'Hagan
Obelisk Trophy – Levi Woods
Junior Convenor's Trophy – Lee Campbell
Junior Match-Play Champion – Kris Calvert
Senior Match-Play Champion – Adam Cromwell
Co. Armagh Lady Captain Irene Lutton congratulates Aoife Lennon on winning the Junior Golfer of the Year Obelisk Cup. Aoife has played in both the Junior and Ladies Sections this year winning many competitions.
She also won the ILGU Junior Medal and qualified to play in the All Ireland Final held at Seapoint Golf Club. Aoife has had a great golfing year reducing her handicap from 33 to 26. Well done Aoife.
L/R Irene Lutton (Lady Capt). Aoife Lennon, Helen McLaughlin (Junior Girls Convenor)
Cups, Trophies and awards were presented to Junior Girls' on Thursday 2nd October in Co Armagh Golf club.
Aoife Lennon won the Oblisk Cup , presented by Barbara Hamilton. It is the Golfer of the Year award. Congratulations to Aoife who has had a great golfing year winning 6 other cups.
Caoimhe Hillen won the Johnston 18 hole cup, presented by Mrs Hilary Johhnston.
Aoife McCreesh receives the new trophy presented by the McCreesh family from Lady Vice Captain , Margaret Marjoram.
The end of year presentation of prizes to the juvenile girls took place on Thursday last in a packed clubhouse. After a delicious meal in the restaurant the girls assembled for the annual prize giving with their parents and friends. The Lady Captain Hilary Johnston gave a very warm welcome to the girls and their families including the girls Captain Grace Carmichael and their very hard working juvenile convenor Mrs Helen McLoughlin.
The Golfer of The Year winner was Ciarrai Devlin who collected a number of other trophies on the night including the Dungarven Trophy and The Brendan Oliver Shield eighteen hole competition. Grace Carmichael won the Apple Blossom Cup. Aoife Lennon also had a very successful year collecting the Johnston Cup, the Armaghdale Cup (senior girls) and the Karen Edgar Prize ahead of Caoimhe Hillen runner up and third placed Anna Jennings. The junior Armaghdale trophy was secured by Ann Jennings. The Nine Hole Brendan Oliver Shield was won by Caoimhe Hillen and The Johnston Cup (nine hole) was picked up by Blathnaid Hagan. Maeve Mallon was the top golfer in the Millennium Shield and the most improved golfer over the year was Emily Cheevers. The Convenor's prizes were won by Rebecca Cheevers (eighteen hole) and Blaithin McReynolds collected the nine hole prize. Caoimhe Hillen's team won the Steenson Team Matchplay trophy and the top beginner was Rachel Starrs Steenson.
The high standard of golf these girls have achieved over the last year bodes well for the future of the ladies branch. The Lady Captain thanked Helen and all her helpers for their dedication to the juvenile girls over the past year.
The evening ended with the final presentation of the year for the eighteen and nine hole stableford competitions. The winner of the eighteen hole competition was Ann Attwell with 41 points and Brigid McEnaney was second with 39 points. Gretta Forster won the nine hole with 18 points.
The winter league has commenced and is played over nine holes with the best card of two counting each week.
Front row (l-r) Grace Carmichael (Juvenile Captain), Ciarrai Devlin and Hilary Johnston (Lady Captain) pictured with all juvenile prize-winners.
Right to left: Ann Attwell Hilary Johnston and Brigid McEnaney
Co. Armagh GC juveniles are the 2013 Craigavon Junior Golf champions after edging out Dunmurry in a nail-biting finish at Silverwood Golf Club.
After a summer long competition that saw Armagh play against Tandragee, Killymoon, Lurgan, Cloverhill and Edenmore, it was left to Kris Calvert to wrap up victory on the 18th green. Club Captain, John Flack, hailed a battling display by the players on the day and also the extended squad - 18 players in all - who helped the team reach the finals. "It was a brilliant finish and huge congratulations go to all the players who represented the club over the course of the summer," said John. "Co Armagh extends thanks to the event organiser John Fitzpatrick and offers commiserations to Dunmurry, who conducted themselves admirably during the final."