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2014 IRISH GIRLS CLOSE CHAMPIONSHIP, SHANNON GOLF CLUB, 16 – 19 JULY 2014

13 year old Annabel Wilson (Lurgan) crowned Champion at Irish Girls Close Championship at Shannon Golf Club and Meadhbh Doyle (Portarlington) wins Pat Fletcher Trophy (plate).

CHAMPIONSHIP MATCH PLAY (Blake Cup), Saturday 19th July

Final

Annabel Wilson (Lurgan) beat Mary Doyle (The Heath) 4&3

Match Report

1st  Annabel wins first with a birdie – AW 1up
2nd Halved in pars – AW 1up
3rd  Halved in birdies – AW 1up
4th  Halved in pars – AW 1up
5th  Annabel wins with par – AW 2up
6th  Mary wins with par – AW 1up
7th  Annabel wins with birdie – AW 2up
8th  Halved in pars – AW 2up
9th  Annabel wins with pars – AW 3up
10th Halved in pars – AW 3up
11th Annabel wins hole – AW 4up
12th Mary wins with par – AW 3up
13th Annabel wins with par – AW 4up
14th Halved in pars – AW 4up
15th Annabel pars hole and wins match 4&3

Semi Finals
Mary Doyle (The Heath) beat Gemma McCarthy (Clonmel) on 19th
Annabel Wilson (Lurgan) beat Rachel Taylor (Laytown & Bettystown) on 20th

PLATE MATCH PLAY (Pat Fletcher Trophy) Saturday 20th July

Final

Meadhbh Doyle (Portarlington) defeats holder Caitriona Griffin (Killarney) in a gripping final with Caitriona coming back from 3 down to tie the match after regulation 18, but Meadhbh managed to secure the win on the first tie hole.

Semi’s

Holder of the Pat Fletcher Trophy, Caitriona Griffin (Killarney) had a great birdie on the 17th to secure a place in the final against Meadhbh Doyle (Portarlington) who had a comfortable win earlier in the morning.

Final

Meadhbh Doyle (Portarlington) beat Caitriona Griffin (Killarney) on 19th 

Semi Final

Alice Hutchinson (St. Anne’s) lost to Caitriona Griffin (Killarney) 2&1
Meadhbh Doyle (Portarlington) beat Elisa Corcoran (Grange) 6&5

Source: ILGU

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Graham J Gordon, The Editor and Owner, GolfblogspotUK

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