Results for Week ending 30th October
Creeslough Open Classic
Saturday 29th & Sunday 30th October 2022
1st - 98 pts
2nd - 95 pts
3rd - 94 pts
4th - 92 pts
5th - 91 pts BOT
6th - 91 pts BOT
Charles Roarty Jr
7th - 91 pts
8th - 90 pts BOT
9th - 90 pts
Saturday winner - 89 pts BOT
Sunday winner - 89 pts
(Stephen Courtney - Hole in One)
Gents Longest Drive
Ladies Longest Drive
Gents Nearest the Pin - 4ft 9ins
Ladies Nearest the Pin - 15ft 1 ins
Gents Senior Open
Monday 24th October 2022
1st Kevin Roche (18) L'kenny 39 pts
2nd Conall MacAbhaird (27) L'kenny 37pts BOT
Gross: Joe Coyle (10) P'salon 27 pts
3rd John McGlynn (16) L'kenny 37 pts BOT
1st 9 Rev. Stanley Johnson (21) 20 pts BOT
2nd 9 Alistair Henderson (21) 20 pts BOT
Results for Week ending 23rd October
Gents Club Stableford
Sunday 23rd October 2022
1st Paul McGuckin (19) 40 pts
2nd Paul McGinley (10) 37 pts BOT
Gross: Daniel Gallagher (+4) 35 pts BOT
3rd Brendan Kelly (10) 37 pts
Front 9 Daniel McColgan (3) 20pts
Back 9 Connie Ferry (20) 19pts BOT
Gents Open Stableford
Saturday 22nd October 2022
1st Martin Sweeney (24) N&P 44 pts
2nd Philip Durning (7) P'Salon 40 pts
Gross: Carlos O'Reilly (3) 32 pts
3rd James Walsh (18) 38 pts
Category: Calvin Murray (24) 39 pts
1st 9 Colin Higgs (11) 21 pts
2nd 9 James Doherty (14) 22 pts BOT
Gents Open Stableford
Wednesday 19th October 2022
1st Tony McGilloway (12) 37pts
2nd John McGlynn (16) L'kenny 35pts BOT
Results for Week ending 16th October
Gents Club Stableford
Sunday 16 October 2022
1st Gerard McGinley (10) 42 pts
2nd Sam Hegarty (15) 40 pts
Gross: Bill McCallion (6) 31 pts
3rd Noel McGinley (12) 38 pts
Front 9 Dan Devine (20) 20 pts BOT
Back 9 Billy Griffin (10) 21pts BOT
Gents Senior Open Stableford
Monday 10th October 2022
1st Trevor Robb (16) B'bofey 38pts
2nd Alistair Henderson (22) B'bofey 36pts
Due to the overwhelming support for the Creeslough tragedy Classic on Saturday the 29th October the Captains have decided to run it over two days, Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th October. Your support would be very much appreciated.
Competitions Cancelled on Saturday
As the last victims of the Creeslough tragedy will be laid to rest tomorrow morning, both the Ladies and Gents competitions have been cancelled as a mark of respect. The course will remain open.
An Open Classic will take place on Saturday 29th October as a fundraiser for the victims' families. If anyone would like to sponsor a teebox or a team or make a donation it would be greatly appreciated.
Competition Cancelled on Wednesday
More funerals will take place in Creeslough and Derrybeg tomorrow as a result of Friday's tragedy. As a mark of respect tomorrow's competition has been cancelled. The course will remain open.
Course Closure - Tuesday 11th October
The funeral takes place tomorrow of Jessica Gallagher, daughter of Anthony who as you all know is a member of our club. As a mark of respect to all the victims of Friday's tragedy the course will close tomorrow. Please continue to keep in your thoughts and prayers Anthony, Bernie and family and the families of the other 9 people who lost their lives in this awful tragedy.
Due to the horrendously tragic events in Creeslough, the course will be closed this weekend as a mark of respect
Captain Colm Donaghy
The first outing of the 2022/23 Donegal ETB Society season teed off in Dunfanaghy Golf Club in glorious weather conditions.
Captain Cathal McGee struck the first ball and no doubt sent it straight down the middle.
A healthy turn out of 27 players made the trip and some excellent scores were recorded, with some new faces and experienced campaigners making their way into the prizes.
Bolting away quick out of the starting gates was society stalwart Éanna Ó Mainín who recorded an excellent score of 40 points which included a fantastic 23pts on his inward nine. A more recent member to our ranks was very unlucky to be pipped into second on a break of tie. Ciaran Ferry from Coláiste Ailigh hit it very steady around his home track to finish runner-up on the day.
In third place it was wonderful to see long-time member Brian McDermott, at 86 years young no less, rolling back the years with a brilliant 38 point total, well played Brian. Leo Gallagher from the Abbey Vocational School collected the fourth place prize, also on 38pts, beaten on a break of tie. The retired staff prize went to Seamus Clerkin on 35pts while Aidan Guthrie from the Letterkenny Training Centre continues to improve as he collected the Category IV+ prize with 34pts.
The society season continues this coming weekend in Letterkenny Golf Club.
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