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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

6th August 2018.

Co Armagh Golf Club teed off their Open Week with a 3 Ball Scramble Team competition which proved to be a very enjoyable but equally challenging event. Lady Captain Elizabeth Mawhinney welcomed everyone to the prize giving and sincerely thanked Vice Lady Captain Moya Brady for deputising so ably whilst she had been abroad on holidays.

Elizabeth thanked the new sponsors Gilfresh for their generous prizes which had been sourced from Devine by Donna. The winning trio were Sheila Stinson, Ellen Brady and Valerie Gordon who scored 63 nett beating Bernie Rice, Geraldine Rafferty and Cait McKinney on countback. Third place honours went to Moya Brady, Hilary Johnston and Paula McCrory who returned 63.8 nett. Finally, Fionnaula Quinn, Kathleen Mallon and Pauline Vallely took 4 th place with 65.7 nett.

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Winners of 3 Ball Scramble Ellen Brady Valerie Gordon and Sheila Steenson pictured with Lady Captain Elizabeth Mawhinney.

Ellen Brady on behalf of the winners said they had really enjoyed the golf were delighted with their prizes and really appreciated the support of the new sponsors.

Lady Captain Elizabeth recorded the sad news that Mrs Maureen McCartney Past Lady Captain 1959 had passed away RIP.

In team news Elizabeth reported that unfortunately Kathleen Mallon's Minor Team had lost in the quarter finals on holes to Dungannon.