Friday 30th October 2015 - CAGC Clubhouse
JEROME Leer's outstanding gross 54 score proved unbeatable in the County Armagh Golf Club's Tuesday Cup competition gross category.
Birdies – and eagles – at the vast majority of holes during the summer-long competition – sponsored by Rutledge Recruitment - secured the 4-handicapper the prize.
Jerome Leer - Tuesday Cup gross category winner
DELIVERY man Sean T Dougan was bang on time to collect the Tuesday Cup at County Armagh Golf Club with an impressive winning score.
In the summer-long competition in which the best nett scores at each hole are recorded, the young golfer secured the coveted prize - kindly sponsored by Rutledge Recruitment – with a score of nett 42.
Sean T Dougan is presented with the Tuesday Cup by County Armagh Golf Club Captain Richard Black
Indeed Sean's score was two points better than all the rest – Seamus Toner his nearest challenger with a nett 44.
IT may have been a season-long effort, but Norman Mallon eventually saw his name in lights after winning the final Saturday club stroke qualifier at County Armagh.
And it was achieved in impressive fashion – as he returned a nett 63, one shot better than the remainder of the considerable field.
Norman Mallon - winner of the season's final stroke qualifier at County Armagh.
The McAnerney's Open Charity Stableford was held on Thursday 17 th September. 91 played in this competition which was sponsored by McAnerney's Supermarket Armagh. Nicola Spence had a great score of 41 points to beat Lorraine Megaw on the back 9.
The sponsor Mrs Catherine McAnerney organised a coffee morning for the ladies and raised a magnificent £1500 for Action Cancer and the Hospice. In presenting the prizes Catherine thanked everyone for their support and congratulated all the winners.
Back row l/r: G. Steed, R. Grimley, A. Attwell, L. McGaw, A. Lennon, S. Donnelly, V. Ellingham.
Front row l/r: E. Brady, Margaret Marjoram (Lady Captain), Nicola Spence (winner), Catherine McAnerney (Sponsor), A. Mone.
Back row l/r: B. McAneaney, E. Grimes, P. McCrory, L. McGaw, P. Vallely, R. Haughey, A. O'Hea, L. Brown, E. Brady.
Front row l/r: V. Ellingham, N. Spence, H. Johnston, E. Hamilton, A. O'Reilly
Captain Richard Black and Lady Captain Margaret Marjoram welcomed more than 60 sponsors to County Armagh Golf Club for the annual Sponsors Corporate Day competition.
The Organising Committee for Sponsors Day at County Armagh Golf Club (from left) Honorary Secretary Paddy Burns, Vice Captain Marty Oliver, Lady Captain Margaret Marjoram, Captain Richard Black, Lady Vice Captain Una Cullaine and Competitions Convenor John Lowe.
Mrs Ellen Brady carded one of the best rounds of golf this year to record a fantastic 41 points in Thursdays Club Stableford competition!
With a round of parr golf with a few bogeys brought the nine handicapper round in just four over! The closest score was 38 points with Miss Catherine Steenson coming second beating Mrs Lynne Brown on the better back nine. Front and back nine winners were Miss Gillian Poole and Mrs Brigid McEneaney. Mrs Dorothy Brown won nine hole competition with runner up Mrs Marie Wilson in the prize winners again.
The Ladies Miele team travelled to Tullamore, Co Offally to take on Rockmount in the regional final of the Miele All Ireland Inter Club Fourball on Monday 5 th September. Five rounds of tight matches had led to this eagerly awaited final, Armagh having defeated Clones, Fintona, Rossmore, Enniskillen and Tandragee to get there. This was a great achievement for the team, having reached the final for the second time in three years. The team led by Team Captain Mrs Elizabeth Mawhinney consisted of team veterans Mrs Ellen Brady, Mrs Valerie Gordon, Miss Paula McCrory, Mrs Lillian McMullan, Mrs June Humphries, Mrs Flo McCall, Mrs Teresa McVeigh and Mrs Gail Steed. Reserves were Mrs Moya Brady and Mrs Pauline Gingles and Mrs Joy Steenson assisting as Team Manager.
Mrs Anne McDonald Mrs Anne Attwell And Mrs Shelia Stinson
Former Northern Ireland international and Manchester United footballer Keith Gillespie and sports pundit Liam Beckett joined County Armagh Golf Club Vice Captain Marty Oliver and member Paul Kelly for a round of golf on the city course on Saturday afternoon.
The visitors thoroughly enjoyed their game and for Keith and Paul it was a winning partnership, prizing the match winnings from Liam and Marty!