Michael Fitzpatrick seen off a strong challenge from Paul Starett and Luke Bradley to win the Tuesday comp. Michael finished with 10 pars and 2 birdies to win on a break of tie on 40 points.
On the same points Paul Starett recorded a level par round to take second place. Finishing in third was Luke Bradley who went two under par on the day to finish with 39 points.
Great shooting from all involved.
1st Michael Fitzpatrick 40pts bot 2ndPaul Starett 40pts 3rdLuke Bradley 39pts
Lady President wins!
The Lady President Margaret McLaren took the honours in the Wednesday confined competition. Playing of eighteen she had a fantastic score of 41 points.
In second place was Mary McGeough playing of sixteen with 35 points. Third place was past Lady Captain Lorraine McGettigan playing of 21 with 33 points.
Congratulations to the winners.
Big scores this in this weeks Thursday Society, with John Coll putting in a stellar performance scoring 47 points. Remarkably it could have been more on the day as John recorded a blank at the last.
Four points back in second with a score not to be sniffed at was Brian McCarroll on 43 points. Brian recorded 10 pars and 4 birdies in a remarkable round from the 6 handicapper.
Another four points back in third place was Sam Condit with 39 points beating Tommy Caldwell on a break of tie.
1st John Coll 47 pts 2nd Brian McCarroll 43 pts 3rd Sam Condit 39 pts BOT
Good weather, great turn out and a great scoring day today at North West, with a good news story to boot.
Winning the 2020 John Allen Trophy we have beginner golfer Alan McNally, winning on a break of tie with 44 points. Alan was persuaded by his playing partners to keep going with golf a few months back and that turned out to be great advice. Congratulations Alan.
Missing out on top spot on a break of tie but taking second place Neil Hirrell finds himself in the prizes once again. Birdies at the second and 18th helped Neils scorecard.
Continuing his great form, Luke Bradley recorded a 1 over par round to take the gross. Declan Rennick is back on the podium with a score of 42 points, while Michael Walsh steadied himself on to record 22 points to take the back 9 prize.
94 members took to the field and we would like to express our thanks for the great support in what are difficult times for all at the moment.
1st Alan McNally 44pts bot 2nd Neil Hirrell 44pts Gross Luke Bradley 71 gross 3rd Declan Rennick 42pts Back 9 Michael Walsh 22pts Second round of the winter league saw two club stalwarts in Frank McHale and Dudley Coyle com out on top with 49 points to go top of the table.
Position Players Total 1st Frank McHale & Dudley Coyle 94 2nd Damien Griffin & Conor Doherty 94 3rd Ray Gallagher & Dermot McGlynn 92 4th Raymond Gallagher & David Robb 91 5th John Roddy & Artie Duffy 87 6th Gerard Conaty & Manus Harley 87 7th Kevin Cooley & Paul Cassidy 86 8th Martin McCaul & Stephen McCaul 86 9th Edward Lynch & Joe McColgan 86 10th Terry Meenan & Keith Shiels 85 11th Kevin O'Donnell & Kevin Doherty(W) 83 12th Sean Watson & Jimmy McGee 83 13th John McDermott & Leo McGowan 83 14th Trevor Henderson & Neil. Harkin 82 15th Brendan McDaid & Darragh McDermott 80 16th Hugh McDaid & Darren McLaughlin 78 17th Brian Griffin & John Spence 77 18th Darren McCaul & Kevin Browne 75 19th Phillip Meenan & Willie Meehan 71 20th Niall Campbell & Paul O'Brien 46 21st Martin McGrath & Kevin Hegarty 46 22nd Kyle McCarron & John McCarron 45 23rd Eugene O Connell & Hugh McCarron 42
In the confined comp a superb score of 41 points was enough to see John McCourt win by two points over Eunan O'Boyle continuing his recent good form with 39 points.
Padraig MacLochlainn had a nett even round of 74 to take the gross, while last but not least Rhys McDermott made his way to the podium taking third place with 38 points on a break of tie.
1st John McCourt 41pts (11) 2nd Eunan O'Boyle 39pts (12) Gross Justin MacLochlainn 74 gross (4) 3rd Rhys McDermott 38pts bot (22)