Dolores Hamill held her Lady Captain’s Day at Tandragee on Saturday with over 50 ladies competing for the coveted prize.
The lady vice captain, Linda Weir, won the prize scoring a great score of 41 points playing off 21 handicap.
In second place was Rebekah Moorhead with 40 points. Rebekah won on the countback from Lorraine Grimley who also scored 40 points.
The fourth prize was won by Sonya Rowe with 39 points and Ann Hall won fifth prize with 38 points on the countback from Margaret Hendron and Margaret Kerr.
The gross was won by Lavern Saunders with 27 gross points. Marlyn Warren won the front nine with 20 points and Louise Lawson won the back nine with 21 points. Margaret Hendron won the Past Lady Captain’s prize with 38 points.
The Committee prize was won by Suzy Walsh with 35 points. Frances Jackson won the 36 Handicap prize with 30 points and Kathleen Donaghy won the nine hole prize with 22 points. The Longest Drive prize was won by Karen Shaw and Shirley Dennison was Nearest the Pin. Edward Rowe won the junior prize and Philip Hunter won the Lady Captain’s prize with 33 points for 14 holes.
The Fred Daly played the second leg of the quarter final match against Hilton Templepatrick Golf Club on Sunday. Having won two of the seven matches in the first leg they had a hard battle ahead but the boys showed great confidence and had an outstanding result winning all seven matches to secure a place in the semi final.
Leading the team was Junior Captain, William Small and following on from an excellent third place finish in the Ulster Boys Championship earlier in the week he had a fantastic win over his opponent winning by a margin of 8&7. Next out was David Cunningham who won his match on the eighteenth. Jake Rowe finished his match on the seventeenth and Peter Taylor had an excellent result winning on the thirteenth hole. Cameron Fox and Edward Rowe both closed out their matches on the eighteenth and Jordan McKenzie won his match on the fifteenth.