ILGU Girls U19 Inter-Club Challenge Trophy at Donaghadee Golf Club, Monday 18th August 2014

Newlands defeated Enniscrone in a tightly contested final to win the U19 ILGU Girls Inter-Club Trophy at a cool and blustery Donaghadee. Limerick claimed the bronze medal defeating Royal County Down Ladies with 2 of the 3 matches being won by Limerick on the home green.

FINAL

NEWLANDS 2½ ENNISCRONE ½
Amy Condon (16) beat Ailbhe Bourke (15) 2&1
Eva Coghlan (22) beat Sophie Dodd (18) 3&2
Orlaith Leahy (22) halved with Lisa Sweeney (21) (called in)

Bronze medal play off

ROYAL CO. DOWN LADIES 1 LIMERICK (B) 2

Clare Calvert (7) lost to Aoibhin Maher (20) 1up
Laura McCaw (7) beat Selena Ryder (27) 7&6
Kerri Grant (21) lost to Emily Walsh 32 (28) 1up

SEMI FINALS

ROYAL CO. DOWN LADIES ½ NEWLANDS 2½

Clare Calvert (7) lost to Amy Condon (16) 5&3
Laura McCaw (7) lost to Eva Coghlan (22) 6&5
Kerri Grant (21) halved with Orlaith Leahy (22) (called in)
Team Managers
Sonia Harkness (RCD)
Anna Usher (Newlands)

LIMERICK (B) ½ ENNISCRONE 2½

Aoibhin Maher (20) lost to Ailbhe Bourke (15) 4&3
Selena Ryder (27) lost to Sophie Dodd (18) 3&2
Emily Walsh (28) halved with Lisa Sweeney (21) (called in)
Team Managers
Maria Kelly (Limerick)
Ann Culkin (Enniscrone)

Source: Sandra Barnett, Tournament Officer, Irish Ladies Golf Union

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