Leinster Golf Inter Club Results

Fred Daly:

Leinster Semi-finals: Carton House bt Laytown & Bettystown 5/2; Castle bt Castle Barna 5.5/1.5

Provincial Towns Cup:

Fourth Round: Headfort bt Bellewstown 5/4; Cill Dara bt Rathcore 5/4; Royal Curragh bt Wicklow 6/3; Enniscorthy bt Callan 6/3

Pierce Purcell Quarter Finals
At Royal Curragh GC on Sunday 29th June

Tullamore bt Sutton 3.5/1.5

AIG Senior Cup – Leinster Qualifying

Metropolitan Section
At Corballis Links Golf Club on Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th June
First Round: Corballis Links bt Rush 3.5/1.5; Donabate bt Beaverstown 3/2; Royal Dublin bt Sutton 4/1; Corrstown bt Malahide 3.5/1.5; Balcarrick bt Hollywood Lakes 4/1; St. Anne’s bt Swords 3.5/1.5
Second Round:  Forrest Little bt Howth 3.5/1.5; Hollystown bt Castleknock 3.5/1.5; Portmarnock bt Balbriggan 4/1; Roganstown bt Clontarf 3.5/1.5; The Island bt Skerries 4/1; Corballis Links bt Donabate 3.5/1.5; Royal Dublin bt Corrstown 4/1; St Anne’s bt Balcarrick 3.5/1.5
Third Round:  Forrest Little bt Hollystown 3/2; Portmarnock bt Roganstown 4/1; The Island bt Corballis Links 4/1; Royal Dublin  St Anne’s 3.5/1.5
Qualifier A: Portmarnock bt Forrest Little 3.5/1.5
Qualifier B: The Island bt Royal Dublin 3.5/1.5

At Dun Laoghaire Golf Club on Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th June:
First Round:  Dun Laoghaire bt Grange 3/2; Milltown bt Woodbrook 3/2; Bray bt Edmondstown 3.5/1.5; Beech Park bt Charlesland 3/2
Second Round:   Castle bt Foxrock 4/1; Stackstown bt Grange Castle 3/2; Hermitage bt Westmanstown 3/2; Lucan bt Citywest Resort 4/1; Elm Park bt Castlewarden 4/1; Carton House bt Old Conna 4/1; Dun Laoghaire bt Milltown 4/1; Bray bt Beech Park 3.5/1.5
Third Round: Castle bt Stackstown 4.5/.5; Hermitage bt Lucan 3.5/1.5; Carton House bt Elm Park 3/2; Dun Laoghaire bt Bray 3/2
Qualifier A:  Hermitage bt Castle 3.5/1.5
Qualifier B:  Carton House bt Dun Laoghaire 3.5/1.5

At Druid’s Heath Golf Club on Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th June
First round:  Wicklow bt Blainroe 3.5/1.5; NUI bt Woodenbridge 4.5/0.5; UCD bt Powerscourt 4/1
Second round:  Delgany bt Newlands 3/2; Druids Heath bt  Wicklow 3.5/1.5; NUI bt Arklow 3/2; UCD bt Greystones 3/2
Semi-finals: Druids Heath bt Delgany 3.5/1.5; U.C.D. bt NUI Maynooth 3.5/1.5
Final: U.C.D bt Druid’s Heath 3/2

Provincial Section
At Headfort Golf Club on Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th June
First Round:  Headfort bt Ardee 4/1; Royal Tara bt 5 Black Bush 5/0; Mullingar bt New Forest 3/2; Ashbourne bt Seapoint 4.5/.5; Laytown & Bettystown bt Dundalk 3/2; Co Louth bt 4 1/2 Greenore 4.5/.5
Second Round: Headfort bt Royal Tara 3.5/1.5; Killeen Castle bt Mullingar 3/2; Co Meath bt Ashbourne 3.5/1.5 Co Louth bt Laytown & Bettystown 3.5/1.5
Semi-finals:  Headfort bt Killeen Castle 3/2; Co Louth bt Co Meath 3/2
Final: Headfort bt Co Louth 4/1

At Naas Golf Club on Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th June
First Round:  Naas WO Cill Dara WD; Royal Curragh bt Newbridge 3/2; Moate bt Killeen 3/2; Tullamore bt Craddockstown 3.5/1.5; Edenderry WO Esker Hills WD; Birr bt Portarlington 3.4/1.5
Second Round:  Naas bt Royal Curragh 4.5/.5; Moate bt Castle Barna 4/1; Tullamore WO K Club WD; Birr bt Edenderry 3/2
Semi-finals:  Naas bt Moate 4/1; Tullamore vs Birr 3.5/1.5
Final: Naas bt Tullamore 3/2

At Waterford Golf Club on Saturday 28th & Sunday 29th June
First Round: Waterford bt Bunclody 4/1; Rosslare bt The Heath 4/1; The Heritage WO Gowran Park WD
Second Round:  Kilkenny bt Waterford 3.5/1.5; Wexford bt Courtown 3.5/1.5; Rosslare bt Carlow 4/1; New Ross bt The Heritage 4/1
Semi-finals:  Kilkenny bt Wexford 4/1; Rosslare bt New Ross 4/1
Final: Rosslare bt Kilkenny 3.5/1.5


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