first_img Here are all of Wednesday’s Laois GAA results Home Sport Golf All the results and photos from the recent Heath Golf Club Open… SportGolf TAGSThe Heath Golf Club By LaoisToday Reporter – 18th August 2019 Pinterest Scramble 7/8/191st – Ray O’Sullivan, PJ Murphy, Martin Cashen, Mick Lambe 104pts2nd – Jimmy Hayden, Paul Heffernan, Larry Dunne, Mary Bland 102pts3rd – Liam Connell , Bill Gibbons, Noel Brown, J B Conroy 101pts4th – Thomas Ely, Michael Dempsey, Owen Keane, Rory Heffernan 98pts (b/9)9 Hole Competition1st – Noel Bracken 22pts2nd – John McNamara 21pts (b/6)3rd – John McEvoy 21ptsLadies 2 Person Team 6/8/191st – Ber Fitzpatrick, Angela Dunne 45pts2nd – Ann Dunne, Mary Dunne 43pts3rd – Siobhán Bergin-Corri, Poilin Hooban 41pts (b/9)Visitor – Mary Fallon, Patricia Lambe (New Forest) 38pts (b/6)5th-  Paddy O’Sullivan, Pat Lambe 41pts1st Nine – Catherine Reilly, Marion Mills 22pts (b/6)2nd Nine – Sadie Ging, Mary Cushen 21ptsMen’s 9 HoleBarry Kavanagh 22ptsSingles 5/8/191st – Joe Keenan 41pts (b/9)2nd – Alexander Cleland 41ptsGross – Karl Grant 35 pts(b/6)3rd – John Bergin 40pts (b/9)Ladies Singles1st – Maria Delaney 35pts2nd – Anne Doolan 29pts3rd – Helen Bergin 28pts9 Hole Competition1st – Michael Lambe 20pts2nd – Mary Culliton 18ptsFourball 4/8/191st – J. Keenan /B. Gibbons 48pts2nd – K. Sheehan/ F. Sheehan 46pts (b/9)3rd – J.Conroy/W. Connell 46ptsVisitors – Andrew Booth, Donal Booth 45pts9 Hole Singles Wayne Comerford 25pts3 Person Team 3/8/191st – R. Bradley,D.O’Gorman,D.Booth 96pts2nd – C. Grant, L. Connell, B. Gibbons 93pts3rd – D. Booth, J. Booth, R. O’Grady 93pts9 Hole Singles1st – John McNamara 24pts2nd – Aidan Boyle 22pts3rd – Mary Mahon 21pts (b/6)Ber Fitzpatrick winner of Hole in One prize sponsored by Brownes Jewellers with Captains Siobhán Bergin-Corri and Paul O’CallaghanCatherine Reilly, J.B. Conroy, Carl Grant and Liam Connell winners of Four Person Scramble with Captains Siobhán Bergin-Corri and Paul O’CallaghanJ.B. Conroy winner of 18 Hole Singles with Captains Siobhán Bergin-Corri, Paul O’Callaghan and John Conroy (HEART ER Ambulance)Anthony O’Callaghan and Seamus McGrath winners of the Four Person Classic with Captains Siobhán Bergin-Corri, Paul O’Callaghan and Frank Sheehan (Downeys Autostop)Catherine Brennan and Tom Tyrrell runners-up of Two Person Team Event with Captains Siobhán Bergin-Corri, Paul O’Callaghan and Ailish Sparrow (Sparrow Insurances)Joe Keenan winner of Monday Singles with Captains Siobhán Bergin-Corri, Paul O’Callaghan and Helen Bergin (R.S.M. Chartered AccountantsCatherine Brennan and Tom Tyrrell runners-up of Two Person Team Event with Captains Siobhán Bergin-Corri, Paul O’Callaghan and Ailish Sparrow (Sparrow Insurances)Mick Lambe, P.J. Murphy and Ray O’Sullivan winners of Wednesday Scramble with Captains Siobhán Bergin-Corri, Paul O’Callaghan and Pat Dunne (Mulhalls SuperValu)Ber Fitzpatrick and Angela Dunne winners of Ladies Two Person Team with Captain Siobhán Bergin-Corri and Andrew Shaw (Shaws Department Stores)Bill Gibbons winner of Sunday Four Ball with Captains Siobhán Bergin-Corri, Paul O’Callaghan, Marian Booth (Blossom Time) and John Booth (Booth Concrete)Roland Bradley winner of the Three Person Team with Captains Paul O’Callaghan and Siobhán Bergin-CorriSEE ALSO – Laois hurler to be part of Sunday Game panel after All Ireland final Facebook Mick Lambe, P.J. Murphy and Ray O’Sullivan winners of Wednesday Scramble with Captains Siobhán Bergin-Corri, Paul O’Callaghan and Pat Dunne (Mulhalls SuperValu) 2020 U-15 ‘B’ glory for Ballyroan-Abbey following six point win over Killeshin Facebook 18 Hole Singles Stroke 10/8/191st – JB Conroy 682nd – Carl Grant 713rd – Sean O’Neill 724th – Des Killeen 729Hole Singles1st John Booth 22pts4 Person Classic 9/8/191st – Seamus McGrath, Anthony O’Callaghan, Paddy Ging (Portlaoise GC), Mick Carroll (Portlaoise GC) 86pts (b/9)2nd – Larry Connolly, John Kennedy (Castlebarna), Peter Cunningham (19), Pat Cunningham (Dunmurray Springs) 86pts3rd – Tom Fitzpatrick, Ber Fitzpatrick, Angela Dunne, Carl Grant 85pts2 Person Team 8/8/191st – Barry Larkin, Danny Timmons 51pts2nd – Tom Tyrrell, Catherine Brennan 49pts3rd – Roland Bradley, Donal O’Gorman 48pts9 Hole Singles1st – John Bergin 22pts2nd – Oisin Fitzpatrick 20pts WhatsApp Previous articleProperty Watch: What €250k-€300k can buy you in PortlaoiseNext article100 not out as Barrowhouse GAA set to celebrate their centenary LaoisToday Reporter center_img RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest WhatsApp GAA All the results and photos from the recent Heath Golf Club Open Week GAA Kelly and Farrell lead the way as St Joseph’s claim 2020 U-15 glory GAA Twitter Twitter The Heath Golf Club was a hive of activity for its recent Open Week and we’ve all the results and a selection of photos from the presentation below.4 Person Scramble 11/8/191st – Catherine Reilly , Liam Connell, JB Conroy, Carl Grant 55 Nett2nd – Martin Lawlor, Larry Cushen, Wayne Comerford, John Hanly 55 Nett3rd – Liam Adams, Roisin Adams, John Kelly, Pat Ring 56 Nett (b/9)9 Hole Singles1st – Adrian Maher 20pts (b/6)2nd – John Phelan 20ptslast_img read more

first_img News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Five sites in Inishowen added to OPW coastal monitoring programme Previous articleMark English finishes 11th in Czech RepublicNext articleDonegal drinking-water samples had outside allowable limit of lead News Highland Google+ Pinterest Homepage BannerNews Twitter Councillors in Inishowen have been told that five sites between Slodden and Binbane Head have been added to the Coastal Monitoring Survey Programme being implemented by the OPW.They are Rockstown Harbour, Tullagh Bay, Pollan Strand, Five Finger Strand and the Binbane Coast Road.The programme is intended to carry out regular surveys at differing times of the year in order to increase understanding of coastal change in the chosen areas.Changes in sediment levels and volumes will be monitored and quantified, both on the beach and the sea bed.The surveys will also focus on any submerged features that may influence coastal flood or erosion risk, or influence sediment transport processes.Changes in the vegetation line close to the beaches will be identified and monitored, and changes in nearshore sediment reservoirs or sinks will be quantified.Crucially, members were told the studies will monitor accelerated rates of coastal erosion that may be associated with climate.The findings will be used to inform and support the planning, design and construction of new coastal infrastructure.In July 2019, the council published a Coastal Erosion Risk Management plan for the coastline between Slodden Port and Binbane Head.It recommended ongoing monitoring but no active intervention for all sites except the Pollan Strand, where some managed realignment has been recommended on adjoining land owned and operated by Ballyliffin Golf Course. That work will be carried out by the club, not the council.The 2019 report can be accessed HERE By News Highland – May 20, 2021 WhatsApp RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR WhatsAppcenter_img Twitter Google+ DL Debate – 24/05/21 Facebook Loganair’s new Derry – Liverpool air service takes off from CODA Pinterest Facebook Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Nine til Noon Show – Listen back to Monday’s Programmelast_img read more