Weather not the best, but no complaints about the golf!


Weather not the best, but no complaints about the golf!

Donegal Golf Club and Rosapenna Golf Club hosted their Captain's Prizes last weekend on another busy weekend of golf around the county.

Here's a round-up of all the action:


The competition on June 22nd was sponsored by Breid Kelly, Dolores Devanney and Mary Brogan. Mae Ferry was ahead of the pack on 35 pts on a day when the scoring was less than normal, Clara McNeill was next best on 34 pts.

Results: Cat 1 was won by Kathleen McGowan and Bridie Faulkner was runner up. Cat 2 was won by Clara McNeill with Anna Dillon runner up. Mae Ferry was best in Cat 3 and Imelda Muldoon was runner up.

The Maire O'Donnell team won through to the next round defeating Dunfanaghy at home. Early in the matches the Dunfanaghy ladies were battling hard and were up in 3 matches after 5 holes. However, the home side fought back to win the necessary 3 matches and the others were called in.

The team were Darragh McGowan & Moira McGee, Margaret McConnell & Josephine Stewart, Dolores Devanney & Clara McNeill, Eileen Boyce & Deirdre Duncan, Margaret Hynes & Deirdre Kelly. Team Captain was Kathleen McGowan.

The Senior Foursomes bowed out against a very strong Spa team. Having just a half match away it was an uphill struggle at home. The team were Darragh McGowan & Noreen Allen, Margaret McConnell & Eileen Boyce, Dolores Devanney & Eileen Reilly. Team Captain was Kaye Stewart.

Donegal Ladies

21st June - Mr Gerry Forde - Captain's prize to the Ladies: Mary Farragher was the popular winner of the stylish lamp which was the Captain's prize to the Ladies. Undoubtedly the tips she got from her husband on the course the previous evening helped both herself and Mary Harley to win both the winner and runner up prizes.

Results: 1st. Mary Farragher (23) 73 nett, 2nd. Mary Harley (21) 75 nett, 3rd. Helen O'Shea (15) 77 nett, 4th. Mary Walsh (17) 78 nett BOT, Front 9 Margaret Trimble (27) 36.5, Back 9 Charlotte Caldwell (23) 37.5

The Challenge Cup team was captained by Margaret Trimble, assisted by Mary Talbot. Their panel was Patricia Britton, Rene Brogan, Mairin McCarney, Ann Marie McCormick, Grainne McGettigan and Breege McTiernan, helped by the 'trolley dollies'. The enthusiasm they have shown throughout the matches is an inspiration to future teams. Their campaign came to an end last Monday in the Privincial quarter finals against a strong Rosses Point team.

Social Mixed - 24th June: Bernie Finn, Geraldine Giblin and Seamus Faulkner 31.2

Fixtures: 1st July - Mixed 3 ball scramble in aid of St Vincent de Paul, followed by presentation of outstanding prizes.

3rd/5th July - Singles Stableford sponsored by Britton Insurance.


The results for the weekend competition, kindly sponsored by Frizzell's

Craft Butchers, are as follows:

1st: Declan McGloin 37 pts. (BOT), 2nd : Mark Crawford 37 pts., 3rd: John Gavigan 36 pts., 4th: Jim Gavigan 35 pts. (BOT).
Congratulations to all. Presentations will be held at 9pm on July 15th.

The competitions next weekend will be as follows: Saturday - Lady Captain's Prize for Men (Stableford)

Sunday - Lady Captain's Day.

Bundoran Ladies

The main golfing event of the year is Lady Captain’s Day and all the members of the club wish Kathleen O’Neill, Lady Captain, a successful weekend. Events commence on Friday, 1st July, with the Lady Captain’s Mixed Scramble commencing at 5.30p.m. Refreshments will follow the 9 hole competition. On Saturday the men will compete for prizes sponsored by the Lady Captain.

The main event will take place on Sunday, 3rd July, when members will compete for the Lady Captain’s prizes and all hope that Kathleen and her family have a memorable day.

On Sunday there will also be a putting competition in aid of the charity Grasp. The Lady Captain’s dinner will be held in the Great Northern Hotel and this will be followed by the presentation of prizes in the clubhouse. The event will finish off with music and entertainment.

All members of the club extend sympathy to the family of Ms. Anna Dorrian, Lady Captain in 1963, who was interred recently. Anna was a dedicated member of the club and the ladies branch formed a guard of honour at her recent funeral.

Sympathy is also extended to the family of club member Tommy Burns who also died recently.

Winners of the stroke competition, sponsored by the Peak Restaurant, Bundoran, were 1st Bernie Gillespie 70, 2nd Kathleen McDaid 74.

This Thursday’s competition is sponsored by Centra Ballyshannon.


The Wednesday open competition this week was won by Stanley Johnson playing off 21 with a great score of 38 points in difficult conditions.

The ever consistent Cathal McMonagle (9) was second on 37 points with Joe Terry in third place.

In the Saturday open competition there were some fantastic scores. However, it was James McCormack (7) who came out on top with a terrific score of 41 points. Joe Langan was second with 40 points while Joe Terry picked up another prize with his third place finish. Shane Greer won the gross with 33 points.

In the Mental Health Golf Classic played on Friday, first place went to S Collins, B McGee, M McGee and M Murray with 98 points. Second were Joe Terry, Seamus McCauley, Cairns Witherow and William Hamilton with 92 points. In third place was the team of M McGinley, J McGinley, N Gallagher and P Harkin. Nearest the pin went to Andy Murray and longest drive went to S Collins.

Due to the inclement weather on Sunday, the McCrae cup was postponed and will be played on 17 July.

The Thumbs Up Cycle Wax and Shave Night took place in the clubhouse on Saturday 25th June. Well done to the brave soles who participated and thanks also to those who supported the event. The Thumbs Up Cycle in aid of the RNLI and Mulroy Coastguard takes place from Mizen to Malin from the 2nd to 9th August. 

Junior Golf: The winner of the senior boys competition this week was Carlos O'Reilly with a sparkling score of 41 points. Well done to Carlos who is showing steady improvement. Eoin Flanagan was second while James Sweeney got the bronze medal. The acadamy winner was Jack Druce who won in a play-off from Aidan McFadden. Shot of the day went to Sean McBride.

In the juveniles section, we had an extremely closely fought contest with Michael Dolan and David Daly finishing in a "dead heat". Well done to both boys.

Events for the week ahead: Friday evening sees the return of our summer evening scrambles at 6.30pm. Please call into the shop before to put your name down.

Saturday is Gents Open Single Stableford with member €7 and Visitors €15.

Sunday is Gents Monthly Medal Stroke.

Dunfanaghy Ladies

The Tuesday competition was won by Pam Carleton (24) with 35 pts, and the Saturday competition was won by Emma Forbes (7) with 42 pts.

Unfortunately, the Maura O'Donnell team lost to Ballybofey on Thursday last. Thank you to all the ladies who took part and to Team Captains June Nelson and Alayne Treacher. You all did your best.

The Intermediate Team have a return match with Carnalea in Dunfanaghy next Sunday - best of luck.

Upcoming fixtures - Saturday, 2nd July is President Keith's Ladies' competiton, the draw can be found on the website.

The Centenary Cup is on Saturday 9th and the following day we have our sponsored walk. Please try to return sponsorship cards to the Treasurer by 5th July. On Saturday 16th July the ladies are travelling to Cloughaneely for an outing. Please add your name to the sheet posted in the locker room.


President's Week continued on Wednesday 22nd with the Yellow Pepper Restaurant sponsored open and 'staking' his place in the winners' circle was Seamus Patton [6] with a level par gross round for a 42 point return to pip runner-up Michael Mc Elhinney [17] on b.o.t, Michael having recorded 21pts for each nine. In third place was Keith Shiels [9] with 40pts. Gross prize went to Pat Boyce [7], recording a level par score through first eleven holes before returning a one over gross 73 and 35 gross points.

Friday 24th saw the annual Pre-President's Mixed Foursomes and taking the honours there were Ulster Cup team captain Eamonn O' Carroll and playing partner Grainne Hinds with a return of 47.7 whilst in second spot was the pairing of John Russell and Kay Kelly with 48.0.

On Saturday the club hosted one of the season's 'majors' and taking a 'major' role in proceedings was cat 4 member Pat Mc Garrigle [26] who, with a course management plan of playing handicap golf, returned 20pts over both nines for a total of 40pts to pip runner-up Con Boyce [4] by one point. Con's returned a one over gross 73. In third place was one of the club's most consistent competitors, James Mc Fadden [12] who had 38pts. In fourth place was Darragh Mc Menamin [5] with 37pts [bot] and gross prize was taken by Conor Friel [5] with 33 gross pts. The President's Prize to 'veterans' was won by Dessie Shiels snr [23] with 33pts and the 'committee member' prize was won by Michael O' Malley [13] with 32pts.

Sunday 26th saw annual sponsors the Glencairn Hotel, Castleblaney, [Mr. P. Mc Fadden] host their Open and congratulations to cat 4 member Joseph Diver [24] who, despite a double bogey at 1st and a 'blank' at 3rd, brought home a winning score of 43pts. In second place was last year's most consistent junior, Philip Cassidy [12] with 40pts to outscore newcomer Barry Whyte [12] on 37pts. Gross was won by Jack Patton [5], recording a two over gross 74 and 34 gross pts.

Congratulations to the club's 'Seniors' team who travelled to Rosapenna Golf Club on Friday last and secured 2&1/2 matches in their fist leg encounter and also to the Ulster Cup team playing at home on Sunday last, taking a 4&1/2 to 2&1/2 result for their return leg to Shandon Park on this coming Sunday. Good luck to all.

Competitions continue with the Friday 1st July Open Stableford, the annual Crumlin Children's Hospital Classic on Saturday, Mc Gettigan's Gala, Letterkenny & Lifford Open on Sunday and the Speer's Drapery Open on Wednesday 6th July.

Captain's Day is on Saturday, 16th July and the annual Cancer Care Breast Unit Charity Open, sponsored by Silver Tassie Hotel, will be held on Friday 22nd.


The Gweedore Decor competition was played at the weekend and as Sunday was a wash-out, it was those who played on Saturday who took the prizes home. In first place was Seamus McGowan with 41pts bot, beating Anthony Sweeney into second place, In third place was Con Friel with 39pts. CSS was 39pts

Team News: Paul McCool's Donegal League team took a bit of a beating at home to Portsalon going down 4/1. Not a good night for the home players. JP's minor league team face Otway this week. Good luck to JP and the team.

The club's Golf Classic takes place on July 9th with tee times of 9am and 2pm. Teams of 4 at 100 euro to enter.

Dheanfaidh Gibson & Assoc. urraiocht ar chomortas an deireadh seachtaine seo. Is feidir imirt De Domhnaigh amháin.


Mr Brian Currie hosted his Captain's Prize last Saturday over the Old Tom Morris Links. A great day was had by all the members and visitors, followed by the evening function and presentation of prizes.

The competition results were was follows: 1st Mickey Treanor (17) with 43pts, 2nd Pete McBride Jnr (7) with 40pts, Gross Seimi Connor (9) with 32 gross pts, 3rd Shaun Boyce (9) with 39pts bot, 1st 9 Liam Breen (13) with 20pts, 2nd 9 Barry Connor (6) with 21pts bot.
Last 4 holes Denis Harkin (13) with 10pts bot, Past Captains - Hugh McBride (21) with 38pts, Committee Member - Mick Gallagher Jnr (7) 38pts, Over 70's 1st Jim Gallagher 40pts, 2nd Sean Conlon 30pts, Visitor - Sean Mallon with 37pts, Junior Boys - 1st Shane Coll 28pts, 2nd Oisin Bradley.
Junior Girls - 1st Aobha Gallagher, 2nd Aisling Green & 3rd Sinead McBride.
The Captain's Prize to the Ladies was played in stableford format over Sandy Hills Links. The winner was Elaine Bonner (23) with 38 pts, second was Celia Doran (33) with 37 pts (BOT), third was Carmel Barry (13) 37 pts. The first nine was won by Bernadette North (25) with 19 pts and the second nine by Sheila Breen (12) with 22 pts.

Team Golf: Congratulations to our Mixed Foursomes team who beat Banbridge 3.5-1.5 at Omagh G.C in the last 16 in Ulster last Monday. Rosapenna will now play Lisburn in the Ulster quarter final at Castlehume G.C on or before Monday, July 18th. Well done to team captains Terri McBride and Peter Smyth and all the players.

Our Donegal League team, captained by Joe McHugh, are through to

the second round after Dunfanaghy conceded the second leg (4.5-0.5 home result).

Rosapenna will play the winners of Murvagh vs Letterkenny in round two.

Commiserations to our Rosapenna Irish Senior Cup team captained by

Frank Casey Jnr who lost out to North-West in the last 8 in Ulster last Sunday. Rosapenna beat Portstewart 3-2 in the morning round but they lost the afternoon match 3.5-1.5. Many thanks to all the players who competed for the Senior Cup team this year.
The Over 50's team under the stewardship of Garvin Toye hosted Letterkenny at home last Friday with the tie ending 2.5-2.5 (1 hole down). Rosapenna will travel to Letterkenny for the return leg on Friday 8th July.

Good luck to Dinny Harkin and his Ulster Cup team who travel to

Kirkistown Castle this Sunday for the first leg with the return leg scheduled for Saturday, July 9th.

Competitions: Sunday, July 3rd, Mulroy Cup (G.o.Y) over the Old Tom Morris Links. The Terry Casey Memorial will take place on Saturday, July 9th over 27 holes, the morning 18 on the Sandy Hills Links (last cards 1.00pm) followed by the Valley nine from 6pm.

Rosapenna Ladies

There was a great turnout for the Ladies Open Singles Stableford Competition on Friday over Sandy Hills Links with a total of 68 ladies playing on the day. The winner was Marie Hegarty from Rosapenna (26) 43 pts, runner-up was Paula Burns from Belvoir Park (32) 41 pts, the gross was won by Maire Walsh from Narin & Portnoo (7) 27 gross pts, third was May McCann from Narin & Portnoo

May, playing off 11, had 38 pts.

The visitors winner was Kathleen Rodgers from Gweedore (13) 38 pts, the first nine was won by Orla Lenny from Rosapenna (17) 21 pts and the second nine by Madge Kelly also from Rosapenna (19) 22 pts. Nearest the pin winner was Anita Goan from Malone (21) and longest drive winner, also from Malone, was Karena Brady (12).

Congratulations to team captain Eileen Magill and her team who beat Cruit Island and now face Ballybofey &

Stranorlar in the next round of the Maire O'Donnell. Commiserations to Sheila Breen and her team who lost

out to City of Derry in the Revive Active Ladies Four-ball Competition.

The Lady Captain, Claire Lenny, would like to thank sincerely all of the members and guests who contributed

so generously to her nominated charity on Lady Captain's Day.

A total of €470 was raised for The Meningitis Research Foundation.


This weekend saw a lot of action about the club. Firstly the club

Doubles Championship was decided and while Ireland faced the mighty

France in the Euros, Eamon Canney & Liam Cassidy took on the might of

Bobby O'Shea & Liam Farren in the final. In Murvagh, however, the

result was different, the underdogs came good and secured the title of

Club Champions on the 17th hole. Well done all.

On June 26th, 1964, The Beatles released 'A Hard Day’s Night' in the

U.S.and on June 26th, 2016, Mark Butler released his version of the

'Offaly Rover' to celebrate the winning of Mr G Ford's Captain's Prize in

Donegal Golf Club. On what was most certainly a hard day, 153 people

ventured out to try and get their name on the Captain's trophy, many

however, failed and retired to see Ireland call it a day against the

French. Not so, Mark Butler, who returned a superb score of

39pts leaving the rest of the field in his wake. Padraig Farragher,

trying to achieve domestic balance, managed a credible 37pts for

second, nevertheless the honours in the Farragher household go to Mary

who earlier in the week returned a 73 to win the Captain's Prize to the

Ladies. Bernard O'Donnell produced a marvellous score of 36pts to secure

third just ahead of H F Cassidy, winner of the Links Society Captain's

Prize, also on 36pts.
Other players who turned up to collect their share of the plunder were John Joe Travers (5th) on 34pts, Damien Mulhern, gross with 32pts, Cat 1: Joyce McMullin, Cat 2: Paul Murphy, Cat 3: Peter Sweeney. Front Nine: Francis Brogan, Back Nine: Jason Maguire. Past Captains: Seamus Faulkner, Committee: Damien McDermott. Team Captain: Billy Johnston, Junior Captain's: Shaun Meehan and the Visitors Prize went to brother of the Captain, Mr Alan Ford.

A hard day turned into "a hard day's night" as the members and guests were treated to a sumptuous meal and entertainment in the clubhouse. Well done Mr Captain Gerry Forde.

The Fred Daly team take on Lisburn at home in the second leg of their

match on Saturday and the Donegal League team play away to

Letterkenny on Friday. Good luck to all.

Junior Coaching with Leslie continues on Monday and Friday evenings.


On Saturday last the first major golfing event on the Portsalon calendar was staged with the playing of John Logue’s Captain's Prize. The event, played in excellent weather conditions, attracted a large turnout. The excellent weather coupled with the course condition led to some excellent scoring. The winner was Dermot Boyce (18) 41 points See results at end of this report.

The Captain John Logue thanked everyone who turned out on this his special day. He thanked the members who bestowed the honour of Captain on him; John Shields and the greens staff who had the course looking in such magnificent condition; Roisin Gibbons and her staff who looked after all who played; the frontline staff of who put in long hours to ensure the event ran smoothly. Finally he welcomed and thanked his wife Siobhan and family for all their support during this his year as Captain.

Open Week: Preparations are now completed for Open Week. The event tees off on Saturday, 9th July and concludes on Sunday, 17th July. The competition secretary has been busy organising a feat of golf events.

Open week festival of golf tees off on Saturday 9th July with the Value Centre Letterkenny sponsored fourball better ball stableford competition. On Sunday 10th it’s the Michael Murphy Sports sponsored Ladies and gents singles competition. Monday 11th July the Radisson Blu Hotel Letterkenny Gents stableford competition. Tuesday 12th July it’s the Callaghan Transport sponsored Scramble any combination. Wednesday 13th July the Silver Tassie Hotel Letterkenny sponsored gent’s stableford competition. Thursday 14th July Ladies Day sponsored by Total Golf. Friday 15th July it’s the Mulroy Woods Hotel Milford sponsored, gent’s stableford competition. Saturday 17th July, Knockalla Caravan Park sponsored gent’s fourball stableford competition. Sunday 18th July the Pat O’Neill sponsored ladies & gents stableford competition.

Charlie Canning Memorial Links Trophy: On Saturday 2nd July Portsalon Golf Club will stage the Charlie Canning Memorial Links Trophy. The event is a Ladies and Gents open stableford competition.

Sunday 3rd is a members competition and Wednesday 6th an open stableford competition.

A time sheet is in operation for all competitions at Portsalon Golf Club, contact 074 91 59459 for your tee time or go online at

Results: The winner of the open competition staged on Wednesday 22nd June was John Sweeney (8) 37 points, 2nd Dan Curran (15) 36 points BOT, Gross Brendan McGrath (4) 31 points, 3rd Brian O'Reilly (20) 36 points BOT The C.S.S. was 36 pts.

On Saturday the winner of the Portsalon Captains prize was Dermot Boyce (18)41 points, runner up Donal Callaghan (12) 40 points, gross Connor Connolly (4) 32 points, 3rd Joe Hensey (13) 39 points 4th Rory Mc Dermott (20) 39 points Best nines went to Brian Boyle and Patrick Kelly. Past Captains prize went to Sean Mc Cormack, Council members prize Gareth Mc Larnon and guest prize to Jack Logue. In the Ladies section Rosanne Logue was the winner with 44 points runner up Clare mc Gonagle gross Dana Clinton 3rd Nuala McGarrigle.

Team news: It was another busy week on the team front. The Minor League team entertained Cloughaneely in the return leg and came away with a victory. They will now meet Rosapenna in the next round.

The Portsalon Ulster Cup team travelled to Mahee Island Belfast and the result went to the home team, winning all seven matches. The Donegal League team travelled to Gweedore Golf Club on Friday evening last for the first leg match and came away with a magnificent four matches, no date for the return leg has been arranged.

Sympathy: The Captain John Logue and the members of Portsalon Golf Club would like to extend their deepest sympathy to Phillip Durning on the death of his mother. May she rest in peace.

Ballybofey and Stranorlar

Results: Tuesday, June 21st, P McNulty/ R Reilly: 1st Nett: Mickey Ferry (12) 39 pts (bot), 2nd Nett: Stephen O'Reilly (13) 39pts (bot), Gross: Barry McMenamin (5) 34pts, 3rd Nett: Conor O'Rourke (14) 38pts (bot)

CSS 68

On Friday, 24th June, we had a very successful classic for Drumkeen National School. Although I don't have the results to hand I believe it was won by a group of our own young guns which is absolutely great to see them shining and producing excellent golf. Well done boys. Unfortunately the car for the "hole in 1" on the 17th hole was not won but there was a great array of Prizes on the day.

Saturday, 25th June, Sponsored by Diageo, 1st Nett Rourke Griffin (15) 41pts, 2nd Nett: Conor Henderson (17) 49pts (bot), Gross, Roger Campbell (5) 33pts, 3rd Nett: ,Don McNulty (18) 40pts (bot), CSS 68

Sun 26th June, Kiernan's Diner: 1st Nett: Andy Parkinson (9) 39pts, 2nd Nett: Christy Brogan (13) 38pts, Gross, Roger Campbell (5) 30pts

3rd Nett: Conor O'Rourke (14) 36pts

Upcoming competitions: Friday, 1st July, sees what is fast becoming an annual Classic here at the B&S GC. The Friends of Letterkenny Hospital , are holding their Golf Classic this Friday. To book your fourball, call 074 91 31093.

Saturday, 2rd July is sponsored by An Grianan Hotel and Sunday is sponsored by Remnants. On Tuesday, 5th July, Gents Open up until 4pm and Gents Club Competition will be sponsored by John McConnell's Meats.

Every Tuesday, we also have a competition for our senior members who are seventy and over and are playing off a handicap of 19 and over. Come along gentleman and have a go.

Donegal ETB

The eighth outing of the Donegal ETB Golf Society took place recently in Ballybofey & Stranorlar Golf Club.

Our thanks to Society President and ETB Chairperson, Bernie Mulhern, who attended to present the prizes on the day.

PJ McGowan took advantage of his home course, which was in fantastic condition, and claimed the President's Prize with a great score of 34 points. Second Place went to Elaine Russell with 32 points. In third place was Deirdre O’Toole with 29 points (b.o.t.). Fourth was Gareth Doherty with 29 points (b.o.t.) and fifth place went to Tommy Greally also with 29 points.

The Top Five Places in the Golfer of the Year Table going into the final outing are as follows: 1 Oliver Plunkett

125; 2 Deirdre O’Toole 95; 3 Elaine Russell 83; 4 Kevin Murphy 82; 5 PJ McGowan 81.

The Magnificent 7 Competition is very close with five members tied at the top for our final outing: Michael McGrath, Deirdre O’Toole, Oliver Plunkett, Elaine Russell and Eamon McDonnnell.

The Category 4 Prize was won by Marcel McCafferty. Retired Members Prize was won by Danny Conaghan.

Letterkenny Ladies

The Club Competition on Tuesday, 21st June was sponsored by Joe’s Butchers and a big thank you to them. Winners were: 1st. Triona Daly (29) 37pts., runner up Marian O’Sullivan (10) 34 pts., BOT, 3rd. Catherine Cooke Harkin (35) 34 pts.

On Thursday, the President’s Prize to the Ladies took place. There was a great turnout on the day and the winner was Nuala McGarrigle (22) 39pts. BOT. Runner up was Triona Daly (29) 39pts. who is playing great golf at the moment, and 3rd was Maureen Haran (29) 37pts. Gross winner was Angela Bradley (11) 22 gross points.

Front nine winner was Brigid McClafferty (27) 19pts. and the back nine was won by Anne Cannon (13) 19pts. Non-qualifier winner was Catherine Cooke Harkin (26) 31pts. who also featured earlier in the week. The 29-36 handicap prize went to Margaret Harvey (35) 33pts.

The nearest the pin on the 8th. was won by Siobhan Wherity. Congratulations to all.

The Pre-President’s Mixed Foursomes took place on Friday and results were as follows: Winners Grainne Hines and Eamonn O’Carroll with a score of 47.7 and runners up were Kay Kelly and John Russell on 48.

The President’s prizegiving took place on Saturday night and there was great excitement when it emerged that the winning Lady Nuala McGarrigle was joined by her husband Pat who was the winner of the President’s Prize. As far as is known, club history was made as this was the first time that a husband and wife won their respective President’s prizes.

On Sunday, the Ladies travelled to North West Golf Club for the return match in the Maire O’Donnell competition. While everyone played very well it was the North West who progressed to the next round and good luck to them.

Also on Sunday, the Intermediate Cup team, captained by Ann Condon, played Kilrea GC at home and they secured 3½ matches. The away match is on Saturday, 2 July.

The Junior Cup team, led by Marian O’Sullivan, will play Belvoir Park GC in the home leg on 1 July and away on 3 July.

Good luck to all the teams.