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•Golf: Galway's Ronan Mallarney continues to lead the field at the AIG Irish Amateur Close Championship at Ballybunnion. The 23-years-old will be hoping to follow in the footsteps of Irish professionals Shane Lowry, Rory McIllroy, Graeme McDowell, Peter Lawrie, Padraig Harrington, Darren Clarke and Paul McGinley. Another Galway youngster, Devin Morley from Oughterard is currently lying in seventh place after the two rounds on 142.
They always say that the coolest person in the hospital is the ultrasound guy. And on the days that he’s not around, the next best is the hip replacement guy.
Well, there was so much sporting excitement over the weekend that it was hard to cope with, and hard to know what to concentrate on at any one point. Because of the national implications, I’ll plump first for Shane Lowry. What a player, what a guy, what a man. He really showed everyone how victory can be attained, how to handle it, and above all how to show your appreciation.
Ms Jo Cox – what a simple name; what a dreadful deed.
The golfing world will come to a standstill today and for the next four days as the 80th edition of the Masters swings into action down the fairways and onto the greens of the famous Augusta National, as the field drive, swing and chip their way in the hope of donning the green jacket on Sunday evening.
Galway bade farewell to its favourite golfing son Christy O’Connor jnr this week when thousands of mourners paid their last respects to this iconic sporting hero.
Television personality Ryan Tubridy has the craic at Connemara Golf Club in Ballyconneely, Co Galway, with club captain Brian Hughes of the Abbey Glen Hotel, after he was awarded honorary life membership of the club.