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Phil McKenna claims Lady Captain’s Prize

A thirty-six points return secured top spot on the leaderboard for Phil McKenna during Wendy Marshall’s Lady Captain’s Day on September 26th.

She was the pick of the bunch during the well-supported event that saw a tightly fought battle for second ensue. Marian O’Doherty eventually prevailed to take the runner-up spot with the best of three scores of 34 with Mary McCrory in third and Julie Breslin relegated to fourth on countback. Susan Anderson claimed the gross honours.

Lady Captain’s Day results

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1, Phil McKenna, 36 pts; 2, Marian O’Doherty, 34; gross, Susan Anderson, 19; 3, Mary McCrory, 34; 4, Julie Breslin, 34; Sections, 0-18, 1, Cathy Quinn, 31; 2, Ann Robinson, 29; 19-28, 1, Fiona Cathcart, 33; 2, Brenda Meenagh, 30; 29+, 1, Briege Kelly, 31; 2, Orla McAleer, 31; front nine, Clare Harkin, 19; back nine, Margaret Barton, 15; past captain, Carol McGuigan, 28; committee, Patricia Harkin, 30; senior, Brid McCavert, 29; nearest the pin, Carol McGuigan (3rd), Ann Robinson (13th); 9 holes, 1, Patricia Templeton; beginner prize, Elizabeth Gormley; birdies, Mary McCrory; family lady, Zoe Marshall; family gent, Phil Marshall; lady guest, Ann Cullen; gent guest, Martin 
Turbitt; men’s 15 hole competition, 1, Paul Mellon; 2, Oliver O’Neill.

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