Lady Captain’s prizes about to take centre stage in Mayo


Sean Canny was the winner of the Mulroys Petrol Station sponsored competition last weekend with a score of 38pts. Fenton Barrett finished in second two points further back, with John O’Connor coming home in third. The ladies’ competition was won by Mary B O’Donnell on 43pts, with Geraldine Kilgallon finishing on 40pts, and Breege Moran on 36pts.


The Kieran O’Rourke sponsored singles competition was claimed by Patrick McGoldrick on 39pts, with David Mulligan finishing in second place, and Edward Harney in third place. In the ladies’ stroke competition sponsored by Sports Clinic West, Mary Rafter was the winner on 35pts, with Helen Syron finishing in second place, and Pauline Rowley in third spot. This weekend’s competition is the Lady Captains Prize.


Last weekend’s gents’ competition sponsored by Hynes Shoes, Castlebar and Galway, was won by Alan Sammon on 40pts, Michael McManamon and Mike Fahy made up the rest of the top three with Michael Lee taking the gross prize. The ladies’ competition was won by Catherine O’Toole on 37pts, with Anne Gavin winning the Cat 1 section, and L Gannon the Cat 2 winner.


The Hazelhill Timber Products sponsored competition was won by Eddie Lyons on a score of 64nett, with Eddie Murphy jr finishing in second place and Tommy Moran the gross winner. The junior competition was won by Cian Henry on 71nett. The ladies’ competition was claimed by Jenny Glynn on 34pts, with Margaret Dyer finishing in second place one point behind.


The President’s Prize was up for grabs last weekend and Kieran Hennessy was the winner on a score of 69, Edward McAndrew finished second on 70, and John Mangan came home in third on 70 also. The gross prize went to Damien Murphy who finished on 78. The front nine prize was won by Larry Mitchell on 33.5, with Francis Healy taking the back nine prize with a score of 34.5.


Peter Horkan took home the win in the Golf Style, Galway, sponsored competition last weekend. Horkan finished off with a score of 40pts. Jim Tiernan finished in second place one point behind, with Joe Beirne in third place. The gross prize went to Shane O’Connor. In the ladies’ event, Susanna Kenny was the winner on 40pts, with Teresa Reddington finishing in second place, Breda Gilvarry in third, and Rita Moran finishing in fourth place. The Lady Captain’s Prize will be hosted in the club over the next two weekends.

The Byrnes Babes Captains Prize (Damien Curran ) was played at Castlebar Golf Club on Thursday June 27, the winner was Mick Byrne finishing up with a score of 39pts, with Padraig Corrigan in second place one point behind, and Jamie Murray taking third place. The ladies’ prize was won by Mary Rose McNulty.


Joe Diskin was the winner of the Greens Menswear/JT Sports sponsored competition with a score of 70nett. Tadhg Mullen finished in second place and Tommy Hynes was the category winner. The junior section was claimed by Sean McGuinness, with Mary Walsh winning the ladies’ competition and Norna Keane taking the nine-hole ladies’ event. This weekend’s competition is the Lady Captain’s Prize.


The latest Golfer of the Year competition was won by Fergus Rothwell who extended his overall lead in the competition. Brendan Patten finished in second place in last weekend’s competition with Richard Keane in third. The competition for the Golfer of the Year will continue this weekend.


Last weekend’s foursomes competition was won by the duo of Patricia Feeney and Eileen Clasby with 41pts, they finished one point in front of Catherine Loftus and Adriane Ring in second place.


Liam Halpin won the latest instalment of the Pat Bree sponsored Golfer of the Year competition, with a score of 37pts, Tommie J Reilly finished in second place, with Noel Connell finishing in third and John O’Donoghue in fourth. The junior scratch cup was claimed by Ronan Hehir on 76 winning the gross section, with Anto Browne coming just behind in second place and Shane Larkin in third place. The nett section went to Enda Longeran on 72, with Ronan Mahon finishing in second place, and Adrian Gunning in third place.


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