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County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

County Armagh Golf Club Northern Ireland

Women - News & Results

Prizewinners in the Margaret Deane Mixed Greensomes held last Friday evening were:

1 st : H Johnston and S Stevenson nett 63

2 nd : K Steenson and C O'Hare nett 64.5

3 rd : A Black and R Black nett 66

Gross: C Hillen and A Hillen gross 79

The Lady Captain Mrs Una Cullinane presents a cheque to the value of £1636 for Marie Curie Cancer Care. The money raised was in lieu of gifts on her recent Lady Captain’s Day.

County Armagh Golf Club was the 2016 venue for the ILGU Veterans’ Cup held on Monday 1st August and the host club was certainly well represented in the prizes.

Geraldine Rafferty was the overall winner with Sheila Stinson runner-up. Fionnuala Quinn was in third place while June Humphries collected the Gross prize.

The Ladies Summer Open Stableford held on Thursday 4 th August was again very generously sponsored by Johnston's Bakery and Hilary presented the prizes to the delighted winners. The competition was well supported by both lady members and visitors. The top prize went to Denise Murphy with 39 points beating Siobhan Donnelly into second place on the better back 3. Third was Colette McSorley on 37 points and fourth Ann O'Reilly also 37 points. The Gross prize was won by Ellen Brady with 28 gross points.

1st Collette McSorley & Ciaran Black nett 64

2nd Sylvia Ashe & Cormac OHare nett 64.5

3rd Mary Black & Paul Doyle nett 66.5 (back 9)

Gross Prize Hilary Johnston & Stewart Stevenson Gross 76

Congratulations to all prize winners

Competitions Convenor 2016

GENTS

1st Jason Rolston 43 points

2nd Malachy McSorley 41 points

3rd David Grimley 39 points (back 9)

4th Ian Beaddie 39 points

5th John Mawhinney 38 points

LADIES

1st Una Cullinane 38 points (back 6)

2nd Helen McLaughlin 38 points

3rd Colette McSorley 35 points

Presentation of prizes will take place on Saturday 16th July @ 6.30pm.

All prize winners are requested to attend.

Competitions Convenor 2016.

 

 

This year 58 ladies played for the Ellie Mayne Cup which was won by a delighted Gillian Poole with 41 points. Hilary Johnston came second with 39 points and Catherine McAnerney third with 37 points. The Lady Captain welcomed James Hewitt from Hewitt Meats a new sponsor for this competition saying how much the ladies appreciate his very generous support.


The prizewinners with James Hewitt from Hewitt Meats

Sixty ladies played in the Ian Donaldson Stableford competition and despite the unfavourable weather on the last day of June there were some wonderful scores.

Eileen Fitzsimmons continued her excellent form to return a card with 45 points closely followed by her good friend Bernie Rice on 44 points. In third place came Hilary Johnston on 38 points.

A Club Stroke competition was played on Thursday 23rd June and the winner with a fabulous nett 66 was Gillian Poole.

June 18 th 2016 was certainly a day to treasure for the Honorary Treasurer of the Ladies Branch of County Armagh Golf Club Jacqueline Kelly who was the overall winner on Lady Captain's Day.

There was a great turn-out on the day and everyone enjoyed the lovely condition of the course and the beautiful weather as they competed for one of the fabulous paintings Lady Captain Una had commissioned from her very talented artist niece Ms Orla Cullinane.


Pictured with the Lady Captain Mrs. Una Cullinane are the winner Mrs. Jacqueline Kelly, the runner-up Mrs. Sheila Stinson and the other prizewinners