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Golf Club Notes Week Ending 19th August

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Golf Club Notes Week Ending 19th August:

Mens Open Singles Monday 13/8/18

Winner Seamus Brennan 42pts

Css70 (36pts)


Mens Open Singles Thursday 16/8/2018

1st James Browne 45 pts

2nd Charlie O Neill   38pts

3rd Sam Hannon        37pts

Css 69 (37 pts)


Ladies Eileen Murphy Scotch Foursomes

1st Paula Carroll & Marie O Brien 40pts

2nd Rosamund Grogan & Olive Scollard 39pts (b 9)

3rd Noreen Campbell & Majella Comerford 39pts.


Seniors 16 hole Champagne Scramble 14/8/18

1st Tim Mulcaire, Anthony Ryan, Michael Alymer 90.6

2nd Michael John Cosgrave, Connie Ryan, John Cooney & James Leonard 89.7

3rd Jim Browne, Martin O Connor & Martin Sexton 88 .


Reminder Seniors Captain's Prize (John Cooney) Tuesday 21st /8/18

Please support our Seniors Captain, time sheet in reception tee time 12.05 pm to 1.30pm.



Ballyneety Junior golfers Morgan O'Sullivan and Iestyn Winn have had a busy season. The boys were part of the  Munster U14 interprovincial team who were victorious in Slieve Russell. The boys have just returned from England where they  represented Ireland in the prestigious Reid Trophy.

They have been practicing hard throughout the winter and into the season with Munster Interprovincial coach Fred Twomey, availing of the academy facilities in Fota Island and our own Donal Mc Sweeney providing further coaching support to Iestyn.

The boys represented Ballyneety in the Fred Daly team they also qualified in the Irish junior foursomes, and represented the club at senior level in both the junior and senior cup teams this year. 

Iestyn and Morgan also attend school together in John the Baptist Community School (Hospital), and managed to qualify for the Munster Final of the GUI School's competition, John the Baptist's first ever entry.

They have both conducted themselves with the utmost professionalism and have been great ambassadors for the club, Munster and Ireland.

We wish both Iestyn and Morgan continued success and hope the experience gained in participating at this level continues to blossom. Well done lads, and to your parents for giving you the opportunity, encouragement and support to be able to play at international level.


Notes for your Diary

Presidents prize John Keogh & Rosamund Grogan  Friday & Saturday 31st & 1st September 2018 times sheet now in operation. Contact the office to book your preferred time. 

Posted on Thursday, 23 August 2018  |  By Margaret Curtin
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