Adair adds silverware boost to club’s anniversary celebrations

St Luke's of Loughgall show off the Ian Milne Perpetual Cup following a presentation by Jal Richardson (Armagh Zone convenor) in Epworth Methodist Church Hall.INPT1215-402

St Luke's of Loughgall show off the Ian Milne Perpetual Cup following a presentation by Jal Richardson (Armagh Zone convenor) in Epworth Methodist Church Hall.INPT1215-402

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  • League joy for Mullabrack
  • Adair wins memorial trophy
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John Adair recently wrapped up a second William Hutchinson Memorial Trophy - 12 years on from his debut success.

The Clare Presbyterian player battled back from a 10-4 deficit entering the final three ends against St Mark’s David Malcolmson.

He eventually came out on top thanks to a tie-end triumph by 11-10, as a result, providing the Clare club with a special boost to help mark the 50th anniversary.

The competition attracted over 200 players.

St Luke’s of Loughgall came out on top in the Ian Milne Perpetual Cup thanks to a tie-end defeat of Mullabrack by 35-34.

Mullabrack edged out St Luke’s in the race for the Churches’ League.

Drumgor’s defeat of St Mark’s has strengthened the push for a first Armagh Zone Indoor League crown in more than three decades.

Tandragee Golf Club’s relegation has been confirmed.

Portadown Golf Club need just two points from two games to seal Division Two.

Results (sponsored by Stonebridge Brasserie):

DIVISION ONE: St Saviour’s 34 (1) Drumgor 41 (6), St Anthony’s 49 (7) Waringstown 20 (0), St Mark’s 31 (5) Cranagill 27 (2), Drumgor 41 (6) St Mark’s 23 (1), County Armagh Golf Club 51 (6) Tandragee Golf Club 23 (1), St Patrick’s Magheralin 23 (0) St Anthony’s 36.25 (7), St Matthew’s 42 (4.5) Tullysaran 34 (2.5).

DIVISION TWO: Moira Presbyterian 38 (5.5) St Columba’s 37 (1.5); Portadown Golf Club 42 (6) St Patrick’s Blue 24 (1), Kilmore 27.5 (1) St Paul’s 32 (6), Shankill 41 (5) Queen Street 37 (2).