Lynch Cup Qualifier
The Lynch Cup Qualifier played on Sun 8 May saw all the “big guns” make it through to the match play. Top qualifier was Keith Hogg with 44 to take the number one seed, Denis Flynn with 40 was second & Stephen Sheeran with 39 was third.
The draw for the match play threw up some interesting matches. Last years winner Albert Hogg starts his defence with a tough match against last years Captain’s Prize winner Colm Griffin. Gents Secretary Gordon Kavanagh plays Club President John Moffatt, Keith Hogg takes on fellow St Michael’s man Kieran Oates in a flat match. A possible Jimmy Bruen pairing sees Joey Casey play Tommy Mulvey, in a battle for the bragging rights in the family anyway Pat Conlisk plays Seamus Sweeney.
Competition Secretary John Coffey plays Paul O’Brien in the return of a Cecil Ewing encounter. First round matches to be played by June 12, if not a coin toss will decide.
Bush Hotel Stroke Result
1st Lorna Baker (Net 75), 2nd Ann Campbell(Net 79), Gross Phil McWeeney 3rd Kathleen Loftus (Net 80).
Carrick Golf Table Quiz
Last Friday evening we had a very enjoyable table quiz in clubhouse. The winning team of Joe Moore Siobhan Moore and Eveen Heslin Moore won by a single point over Eileen & Dave Taylor and Lorna & Roger Kenny.
Inter Club Golf
Busy week ahead on the inter club scene with Seniors v Ballaghaderreen on Wednesday, Cecil Ewing V County Sligo on Sunday and Mixed also against County Sligo on Wednesday of next week, May 25, and May 30 Pierce Purcell V Ballaghaderreen.
This Saturday and Sunday May 21st & 22nd – “Coffey’s Pastry Case” Stableford.
Grafters Hair Studio Stableford
It’s our first Stableford of the season. Looks like lovely weather will continue so best of luck everyone!!
Eimear Gallagher Projects Abroad
Don’t forget classic fundraiser this Saturday for very worthy cause. Book online. Starting July 9th Eimear will be joining Projects Abroad to spend four weeks in Arusha, Tanzania, working in an orphanage or day centre. Her duties will involve anything from renovating or painting a building to more care based activities. A good deal of her time will be spent teaching English as Tanzanians are beginning to recognise the benefits of this language. As this experience is unpaid, Eimear will need to cover costs for things like flights, the Projects Abroad programme fee and vaccinations. Best of luck Eimear!
Carrick Carnival Ladies Open Day
Carrick on Shannon/s big festival is fast approaching and we’re joining the fun!! We’ve a sizzling Ladies Open Day on Friday June 10th. Prizes for First, Second, Gross, Third, Visitor, Category and lots more! Buggies available and homecooked food in The Bunker Bar. Book on-line or call Chris on 071 9667015.
Carrick Golf Club Summer Draw
We have a 55 inch Sony Smart TV up for grabs this summer in our summer draw, tickets are €3 each or two for €5. Tickets on sale in clubhouse.