A large number of lady members competed for the Marie Curie Classic Competition on the 7th June on a beautiful hot and sunny day. The course was in magnificent condition for the annual competition which was again sponsored by Rice's Supermarket, Keady who have been associated with the charity for many years.

Whilst the warm sunshine was most welcome the cooler surroundings of the clubhouse were the perfect setting for the very well attended presentation. Mrs Phil Rice, on behalf of the sponsors organised the fabulous display of generous hampers which she presented to the grateful prize-winners. The overall winners were the experienced pairing of Bernie Rice and Geraldine Rafferty who returned an excellent score of 45 points. Geraldine thanked Phil for the beautifully presented hampers which Rice's always provide for the competition and expressed her delight at winning a competition which contributes to such a worthy cause. The Lady Captain Elizabeth also thanked Phil for the long-term sponsorship which her family business has consistently given to the club.

Mrs Phil Rice representing Rice’s Supermarket Keady presents hampers to the prize winners of the Marie Curie Classic Competition held at Co Armagh Golf Club on 7th June.

1 st Place Bernie Rice and Geraldine Rafferty 45 points

2 nd Place Alexandra Mawhinney and Sarah George 44 points.

3 rd Place Paula McCrory and Moya Brady 41 points.

4 th Place Bernie McBride and Maggie McKee 40 points on c/b from Elizabeth Mawhinney & Gail Steed, Helen Forster & Emma Garrigan and Molly Conway and Colette McAleavey.

9-hole competition Lynne Brown 21 points.

Twos were recorded by Helen Forster @ 7 th and Ellen Brady @ 3 rd .

In the Time for Nine competition Gina Morris emerged in 1 st place with 20 points just ahead of Audrey Kellett on a count back.

Handicap cuts were applied to Sarah George 35-34, Karen Edgar 25-24, Audrey Kellett 29-28 and Gina Morris 25-24.

Lady Captain Elizabeth reported on team news congratulating Kathleen Mallon's Minor team who defeated Belvoir at home and commiserating with Hilary Johnston's Junior Cup team who lost to Belvoir at home. She wished Sheila Stinson's Challenge Team every success in their return match away to Banbridge on Sunday. The Lady Captain invited anyone from the ladies' branch who could help with the course clean up on Monday evening 11 th June to attend at 6 30pm. Elizabeth indicated that the timesheet for Lady Captain's Day- Saturday 23 rd June is now available online. Next Thursday morning the 14 th June the club will host visiting Lady Captains.