ON THURSDAY 1st September Ladies were invited to play for Mr. Tom Doonan’s President’s prize. The winner was Catherine Kerr with a 72 nett. Avril Marshall took 2nd place, Evadne Steele had the Best Gross while Heather Campbell took third place.
The Veterans Trophy ran alongside an 18 hole stableford competition on Thursday 8th September. The veterans winner was Carol Moore with 32 points on a better second nine from Elspeth Cummings. Danielle Rooney won the 18 hole competition with 37 points. The first nine was won by Lily McMullan with 19 points and the second nine was won by Pat McNeill with 17 points on a better last six from Diane McIvor and Anne Greaves.
Maura O’Kane with a nett 69 won the LGU medal competition, held on Thursday 15th September. The first nine was won by Kate Lennon with a nett 31.5 and Kathy Farrell won the second nine with 36 nett. There were two “2s” Lesley McGlaughlin on the 11th and Danielle Rooney on the 16th .
The qualifier for 2012 Australian Spoons F/Somes competition was held on Thursday 22nd September. The winning duo were Lily McMullan and Heather Campbell with 38 points on a better back nine from Tracy Moore and Edith Hall who took the runner up position. There were two “2s” Tracy Moore/ Edith Hall on the 7th and Anne Greaves/Evadne Steele on the 11th .
The season is extended by running the ‘ alternative day’ competitions. Play will be on the Sunday prior to the usual Thursday competitions, starting Sunday 25th September. This enables the 18 hole competitions to run on until 6th October.
The finals of the Rose Downey and Sloan Cup matches have taken place. The Sloan Cup finalists were Kate O’Neill and Heather Campbell on this occasion Heather was the winner. In the Rose Downey Lesley McGlaughlin and Tracy Moore beat Lily McMullan and Laura Burton. Congratulations to all the winners.
The team captains of the Miele and the Cowdy Cup.
Lesley McGlaughlin and Pat McNeill, respectively, are to be congratulated on getting through to their finals ,but unfortunately both teams met stronger opposition and had to succumb to second place
On 23rd August the Killymoon Ladies travelled to Moyola to play for the Killola Plate. It was a beautiful day and the golf was good but unfortunately we had to leave the plate in Moyola. Hopefully the weather will be kind as the autumn golfing season starts mid October.