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As temperatures edged ever closer to the record 31.4 degrees set in Armagh just two days previous, Matthew Clifford kept his cool as others withered in the heat to claim Captain Declan McReynolds top prize at County Armagh Golf Club.
The 19-handicapper’s sizzling 64 nett proved unbeatable, and deservedly the young Ballymacnab man was crowned the Captain’s Prize Champion 2021.

July Medal Results - Sunday 25th July

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1st David Spratt nett 60

2nd Noel Conn nett 66

3rd James Wilson nett 67

4th Kieran Campbell nett 68

5th Martin Oliver nett 69 (back nine)

6th Patrick Quinn nett 69 (back nine)

Gross: Philip Kelly gross 68

 

Prizes have been credited to Pro Shop Account

Competitions Convenor 2021

1st Juvenile Girls - Ava Powell

1st Juvenile Boys (9-holes) - Conall O'Hanlon

1st Juvenile Boys (18-holes) - Leon Taylor

Ladies 18 Hole Putting Competition - June Humphries

1st 9-Hole Ladies - Anne Cairns 24pts

1st 18-Hole Ladies - Helen McCourt 42pts

Country and 18-24 Age Category - Cameron Beggs nett 67

Council, Committee and Team Captains - Ian O'Hea nett 70

Past Captain & President - Martin Oliver nett 67

Gross Prize - Philip Kelly gross 68

19+ Category - Jonathan Mulligan nett 66

13-18 Category - Dermot Hicks nett 67

0-12 Category - Brian Digby nett 66

Runner - Up - Kieran Grimley nett 65

Winner - Matthew Clifford nett 64

Great 2021 Captain's Day for Declan McReynolds. Here's a link to an Online Photo Album for those of you who don't access Facebook!

https://adobe.ly/3zzZZrG

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Wishing our Captain, Declan McReynolds all best wishes for his Captain's Day 2021 (and 2020!)

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Seniors (50+) Open Stableford

1st Terry Chin 44pts

2nd Gerry Doyle 41pts

3rd John Lowe 39pts (back nine)

 

Wednesday Open Stableford

1st Alan Stoops 43pts

2nd Dessie Gordon 42pts

3rd Ronan Davidson 40pts

 

Over 70s Competition

1st Fergal McKinney 42pts

 

Prizes have been credited to Pro Shop Account

Competitions Convenor 2021

Steve Donaghy had a round to remember on his way to victory in the Bankers Cup sponsored by Irwin’s Quality Aggregates on Sunday. The 10 handicapper signed for a gross 70 (nett 60) to win by four and that’s after starting with a double-bogey six.

Alistair Bassett shook off a mid-round wobble to claim the latest Saturday Stableford competition. Alistair went to the turn in 41 shots before a double at 10 followed by another double at the par-three 11th threatened to derail his challenge.
The 22-handicapper bounced back impressively with a birdie at the 12th and finished strongly to come home in 42 shots.

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