Monday, September 21, 2020

Update 21st September

 

RESULTS The winners of the “Shambles” competition held on Sunday the 20th if September were as follows - 1st Lochlainn Conboy, Conor Hamill,Michael McHale and Pat Brogan 125 points, 2nd Gary Carty, Gerry Carty, Padraig O’Connell and Paddy McLoughlin 125 points, 3rd Lorcan Egan, Vincent Egan, John McGuinn, Brendan Gaffney 108 points.

 

CONDOLENCES - Sincere condolences from all at Boyle Golf Club to Liam and all the Whyte family on the recent death of Margaret.

 

BEST WISHES - All at the club wish a speedy recovery to one of our most loyal members, Lionel Lynn, after his recent injury.

 

AGMs - AGM season is approaching, with a provisional date for the overall club AGM of 6/12/20. The mens’ and ladies’ sections AGMs will be held on dates prior to that. There will most likely be an EGM also ( Extraordinary General Meeting) as there  may be changes in the governance structure of the club with one of the mooted changes being the dissolution  of the mens and ladies with the management committee taking on these committees’ previous roles. This would require changes in the constitution of the club, hence the need for an EGM. Dates for these meetings will be published soon.

 

Sunday, September 13, 2020

Update 14th September

RESULTS - Well done to Lee McKillen who won the Drumderrig Cup with 5 shots to spare after having a 60 nett. In second was Brian Furey with 65, Sean Heslin took the prize for best gross score and Gerry Carty came 3rd with 66.

Tish Perry was the winner of the ladies event.

ORDER OF MERIT - There is only one event left to count for Golfer of the Year points. The order of merit has been constantly changing and this Sunday saw Lochlainn Conboy overtake Martin Daly to take the lead with 47 points to Martins 45. Liam Mullaney is not far off with 39 points, followed by Tadhg Lowe on 32. Any of the above could still win the overall title as there are 15 points available for the winner of the last GOY event, the King Cup on the 27th of September. There are points available for the other highest scorers as per usual.

Monday, September 7, 2020

Update 7th September


Captain Therese O’Daly presenting Mary O’Hara with the Lady Captains Prize

LADY CAPTAINS PRIZE - Congratulations to Mary O’Hara who won Therese O’Daly’s Lady Captains Prize on Sunday the 6th of September. Therese presented Mary and the other winners with their prizes in a presentation held outside the clubhouse on the evening of the competition.

The list of winners was as follows -
1st Mary O’Hara, 2nd Susan O Mahoney
Best Gross Score Tish Perry, 3rd Peggy Feely, 4th Caroline Carty. 
Handicap Category 1 Liz Dwyer, Category 2 Aisling Gaughran, Category 3 Marie Hanmore-Cawley, Past Captain Moira Egan, Front 9 Eithne Gaffney, Back 9 Regina McLoughlin.
Beginners Competition - 1st Eileen Callaghan, 2nd Catherine Roddy.
Nine Hole Competition - 1st Patti Dowd, 2nd Marie Gallagher, 3rd Eileen Jackson.

Lady Captain Therese O’Daly presenting Liam Mullaney with his prize for winning the Lady Captain’s Prize to the men

The Lady Captain’s Prize to the men was played on Sunday the 30th of August.
1st Liam Mullaney 42 points, 2nd Niall Kearney 40, Best Gross Brendan Gaffney, 3rd Lee McKillen 40.


The mens’ Thursday competition on September the 3rd was won by Jim Suffin, in second was Mark O’Donohoe with Lochlainn Conboy coming 3rd. The 2s club pot was claimed by Seamus Gallagher.

MENS OUTING - The mens’ section went on an outing to Castle Dargan Golf Club on Sunday the 6th, kindly organised by Michael Rush. The winners were - 1st Jim Suffin, 2nd Ross Andrew , 3rd Lorcan Egan, 4th Brendan Gaffney, Front Nine Niall Kearney, Back Nine Lee McKillen.

THANKS - are due to Martin Daly who has volunteered his time to do some much needed painting around the clubhouse.


Monday, August 31, 2020

Update 31st August

FIXTURES - The Lady Captain’s Prize to the men was played on Sunday the 30th of August, results to follow during the week.
The annual fundraiser for Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children, the “Crumlin Classic” was played over the weekend of the 22nd and 23rd of August, the results were as follows - 1st - Mark O’Donohoe, Tadhg Lowe, Marc O’Connor - 91 points 2nd - Lorcan Egan, Paul Connolly, Ciarán Beirne - 88 points (countback) 3rd - Lee McKillen, Jim Suffin, Martin Daly 88 points.

Results from the mens’ Thursday competition on the 20th were - 1st Conor Hamill, 2nd Lochlainn Conboy, 3rd Jonathan Egan On Thursday the 27th, the winners were - 1st Lee McKillen, 2nd Sean Heslin, 3rd Jim Suffin, all with 22 points, with placing decided on countback. Jim Suffin won the 2s club pot.

FIXTURES - The ladies’ biggest competition of the year, the Lady Captain’s Prize, takes place next Sunday the 6th of September. This year’s Lady Captain is Therese O’Daly.


Sunday, August 16, 2020

Update 17th August


CAPTAINS DAY 2020 - Lorcan Egan’s  Captains Day was a major success in every respect, from the weather holding out for the day, the biggest field participating in recent memory, and capped by a new name winning his first major, Martin Daly. Martin did extremely well to have the lead after the first 18 and maintain it throughout the 9 hole playoff later in the evening, especially as he had never been in a playoff previously.

The presentation took place the same evening in the clubhouse. The captain   congratulated all the winners and paid  tribute to the assistance he had received throughout the year and especially in the week leading up to the Captains Prize. He also thanked our generous local sponsors and noted the huge increase in the numbers playing golf during the year.

 

CAPTAINS PRIZE RESULTS - 1st Martin Daly, 2nd Mark O’Donohoe, Gross - Sean Heslin, 3rd- Lochlainn Conboy, 18 nett Michael Simon, Past Captains - Gerry O’Hara, Senior - Pat Conroy, Categories 0-13 Ciarán Beirne, 14-20 Liam Whyte, 21+ Enda Smith, 1st Nine Pat Brogan, 2nd Nine Tadhg Lowe, 3rd Nine Cillian Conboy. Visitors Prize - Donie Smith.

Captains Scramble winning team were Fiona Keenan, Niall Kearney and Michael McHale.

 

CAPTAINS PRIZE TO THE LADIES - Results of today's competition

1st. Marie Hanmore Cawley (72)

2nd. Susan O'Mahoney  (74)

3rd.  Carmel McGarry (76)

Gross - Liz Dwyer

Front Nine - Ruth Hogg

Back Nine - Mary O’Hara

 

THANKS - Sincere thanks to Tom Kearney who generously sponsored the meat for the Captains Day barbecue.

 

FIXTURES - Next weekend is the annual fundraiser for Our Lady’s Hospital for Dick Children, the “Crumlin Classic’”, played as a threeball rumble. 

 

CONGRATULATIONS - to Lewis Shaw on his recent engagement. We hear Ted is looking forward to the stag do already!

 

MEMBERSHIP STICKERS - Membership stickers for those who have paid up for 2020, or are paying by monthly debit, are available for collection in the office of Vincent and Lorcan Egan, Elphin Street.

 

BOOKING APP - Members are encouraged to download and use the new BRS booking app which should eliminate some of the glitches that occur with the version currently is use. Look in your App Store or on Google Play for “BRS Golf”.

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Sunday, August 2, 2020

Update 3rd August

FIXTURES - The Captains Prize to the Ladies takes place next Sunday the 9th of August.

The mens’ competition that day will be an 18 hole Stableford and will be the last opportunity to gain a “qualifying” card  to be eligible to win the Captains Prize for those who have not already played in an 18 hole qualifying competition this year.

MEMBERSHIP STICKERS - Membership stickers for all who have paid up for 2020, or are paying by monthly debit, are available for collection in the office of Vincent and Lorcan Egan, Elphin Street.

CAPTAINS PRIZE - The big event of the year for the men, the Captains Prize, is fast approaching. Lorcan Egan is this year’s mens’ Captain and his day will be on Sunday the 16th of August. For the mens’ prize, it is essential to have played just one 18 hole qualifying competition this year, a reduction from the traditional 3 given the shortened golfing season. There is still one opportunity left to get a card in if you haven’t already done so.

On Thursday the 13th, there will be a presentation of all the mens’ Thursday competition prizes to date. Sponsors for the Thursdays are asked to get their prizes to Lorcan Egan before this date. A ladies’ and gents’ scramble competition will be held on the evening of Friday the 14th, all members are strongly encouraged to attend.

On the Captains Prize day itself, food will be available in the form of a barbecue throughout the day.


Sunday, July 26, 2020

Update 26th July

VOUCHER - Congratulations to Paul Brown who was the winner of this year’s Voucher competition, and is now the lucky recipient of a year's free membership. Close on his heels in 2nd place was David Gallagher with a 64, 3rd place went to Lochlainn Conboy. 

Women -The women's Voucher competition was won by Mary O’Hara, 2nd was Moira Egan with the gross prize going to Liz Dwyer and Ruth Hogg came 3rd.

Thursday - The men's midweek 12 hole played on Thursday the 23rd was won by Lee McKillen, 2nd was Lochlainn Conboy with Sean Heslin taking the 3rd spot. The 2’s club pot was unclaimed and rolls over to next week.

FIXTURES - Next weekend’s competition is a fundraiser competition for the club itself and will take the format of a 3 person Shambles. For those unfamiliar with a Shambles competition, all 3 players on the team drive off,  then decide which drive is best and all 3 players play their next shot from the location of the best drive, each playing out the hole using their own ball.

CAPTAIN'S PRIZE - The big event of the year for the men, the Captain's Prize is fast approaching. Lorcan Egan is this year’s men's’ Captain and his day will be on Sunday the 16th of August. For the men's’ prize, it is essential to have played just one 18 hole qualifying competition this year, a reduction from the traditional 3 given the shortened golfing season. There is still an opportunity to get a card if you haven’t already done so.


CYCLE FOR SANDRA - The club wishes the best of luck all those participating in the “Cycle for Sandra” event next Sunday August 2nd to Croagh Patrick. This cycle acts as both a fundraiser for North West Hospice and as a fitting tribute to the late and much-missed Sandra McCrann, a former Lady Captain and very popular member of our club. Donation cards are available locally or you can donate online via the ‘Cycle for Sandra McCrann’ event on the North West Hospice page on Facebook