Leinster Seniors Amateur Open Championship 2014 at Forrest Little - Final Scores (Par 71)

143 John L Hughes (Woodbrook) 73 70

144 Richard Brooker (Skerries) 70 74

146 John Mitchell (Tramore) 72 74

147 Nigel Duke (Killiney) 77 70, Maurice Kelly (Naas) 74 73

148 Neville Steedman (Courtown) 72 76

153 Peter Cowley (Cork) 77 76, Raph Smyth (Laytown & Bettystown) 76 77

154 Billy Donlon (Birr) 79 75, Jimmy McCarthy (Mannan Castle) 79 75, Mick Ahern (Skerries) 77 77, Bert Burke (Moate) 77 77, Tony Hayes (K Club) 77 77, Mervyn Eager (Lucan) 76 78

155 John Cuffe (Monkstown) 84 71, Rory Fitzgerald (Tramore) 79 76, David Walpole (Milltown) 79 76, Paul Hautz (Delgany) 78 77, Hugh Smyth (Mourne) 78 77, Don Weekes (Dunmurry) 76 79, Pat Morrissey (Balbriggan) 76 79, Michael Coote (Tralee) 76 79

156 Hugh MacKeown (Portmarnock) 79 77, Morgan Pierse (Grange) 78 78

157 Paddy Harrington (Muskerry) 79 78, Liam MacNamara (Rosslare) 78 79, Brian Whitaker (Elm Park) 78 79

158 Ian Smyth (Clandeboye) 81 77, John Groome (Arklow) 80 78, Kevin Sheehy (Athlone) 79 79

159 Terry Lilly (Slade Valley) 80 79, Mick Gaynor (Co. Meath) 79 80, Alistair Smith (Blainroe) 78 81, Frank Leonard (Knightsbrook) 78 81

160 Liam Doran (Ardee) 84 76, Larry O’Connor (Stackstown) 83 77, John Cullen (Esker Hills) 82 78, Patrick Higgins (Forrest Little.) 77 83

161 Dave Roberts (Rathcore) 82 79, Paddy Lewis (Woodbrook) 78 83

162 Neil Kilgallon (European) 85 77, Pat Lynch (Slade Valley) 83 79, Michael Kirby (Naas) 81 81, Paul Bray (Australia) 81 81, Jerry Gore (Oughterard) 80 82, Tony Goode (Lucan) 77 85

163 Peter Murphy (Carlow) 83 80, Martin Higgins (Claremorris) 80 83

164 Garry Campbell (Greystones) 84 80, Rory Timlin (Galway) 83 81, George Mellerick (Fota Island) 83 81, John Murphy (Arklow) 79 85

165 Allan Clarke (Co. Louth) 83 82, Jim McVeigh (Carlow) 83 82

166 Richard Cotter (Delgany) 89 77, David Coyle (K Club) 87 79, Niall Finnegan (Gort) 84 82, Patrick Comerford (Corrstown) 83 83

167 Jack Dempsey (Curragh) 82 85, John Bourke (Castle) 81 86

168 Joseph Dowey (Lurgan) 86 82, Camillus Muldowney (Grange) 86 82, Oliver O’Sullivan (Laytown & Bettystown) 83 85

169 Paul Cooley (Portstewart) 88 81, Michael.J. O’Brien (Co. Louth) 86 83, Brian Farrell (Balcarrick) 84 85, Patrick Coyne (Dun Laoghaire) 83 86

170 Paul Kelly (Bellewstown) 88 82, Jody Gilhooly (Edmondstown) 85 85

171 Michael Darcy (Oughterard) 85 86

172 Patrick O’Brien (Forrest Little.) 84 88

173 Larry Cushen (The Heath) 84 89

175 Thomas Dowling (Edmondstown) 87 88, Liam Treacy (K Club) 85 90, Des Egan (Loughrea) 84 91

179 Patrick Desmond (The Island) 89 90

180 Tony McGlynn (Craddockstown) 95 85, Tadg Mannion (Athlone) 93 87

181 David Lindsay (Strandhill) 92 89, Hugh Donohue (Hollywood Lakes) 87 94

183 Liam Wall (Cahir Park) 93 90

185 Pat Walsh (Killiney) 94 91

188 James Kennedy (Balcarrick) 96 92

Greg Murphy (K Club) 80 WD, Gerard O’Kennedy (Athlone) 84 WD, Barry O’Leary (Greystones) 76 WD, Nigel Woods (Bangor) 79 WD, Steve Prendergast (The Royal Dublin) 80 WD, Noel Paterson (Milltown) 80 WD, Brendan O’Malley (The Royal Dublin) 81 WD, Niall Lavin (The Royal Dublin) 84 WD, Brian McClean (The Royal Dublin) 85 WD, Seamus Ward (Laytown & Bettystown) 85 WD, Joseph P O’Grady (K Club) 86 WD, John McCann (Co. Louth) 87 WD, Patrick Morgan (Co. Sligo) 89 WD, William Leggett (The Island) 91 WD, Matt Donohue (Portumna) WD WD, John O’Malley (Rathdowney) WD WD

SSS 72 CSS R1 73 CSS R2 72

Source: Niall Keyes ~ Tournament Secretary, GUI (Leinster Branch)

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