On Thursday 17 September, sixty-six ladies played in the annual McAnerney’s Charity Open Stableford Competition which was once again very generously sponsored by McAnerney’s Supermarket, Armagh.

Restrictions prevented the normal coffee morning from taking place, however the sponsor, Mrs Catherine McAnerney organised refreshments outside the Pro Shop for golfers as they headed onto the course. A fantastic £1,200 for Newry Hospice and £700 for Brain Tumour Research was raised.

The Competition Scratch Score 70.
1st Eilish Grimes 41 pts
2nd Michelle Kinane 40 pts
3rd Aimee Brennan 39 pts
Gross Paula McCrory 29 pts

Cat A Emma Garrigan 38 pts (beating Mary Black on countback)
Cat B Colette McAleavey 37 pts
Cat C Vera Ellingham 36 pts
Cat D Donna Carolan 34 pts

Visitor Deirdre O’Rourke 36 pts

Front 9 Siobhan Donnelly 22 pts
Back 9 Sheila Hughes 20 pts (beating Lynne Brown and Jayne Henry on countback)

Eleven men also played in the competition for which the Competition Standard Scratch was 68. This was won by Paddy Duffy with 39 pts.

Cathleen Mone won the 9 hole competition with 17 pts.

Carmel Cassidy won the weekly Time for Nine competition with 17 pts.

There was an albatross for Alexis Davidson at the 1st and a hole in one for Siobhan Donnelly at the 7th.

There were 2s at the 7th for F Oliver and A Magennis; at the 11th for D Murphy and at the 13th for H Johnston.

Birdies were recorded at the 1st and 16th for June Humphries; at the 8th for Colette McSorley and Gemma Rice; at the 10th for Paula McCrory; at the 15th and 17th for Ellen Brady and at the 17th for Colette McAleavey and Cait McKinney.

The handicap cuts were Paddy Duffy 18-17.1, Emma Garrigan 17-16.4, Eilish Grimes 32-30.1 and Michelle Kinane 19-17.6.


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