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So far late April / early May has been very busy. 

We had our Mary McKenna team playing away to Portlaoise and come away with a very convincing win.  Their next match is V Donabate GC. Details below.

Next was our Revive Fourball who despite playing the most amazing golf on the day lost to Baltinglass GC.

On Friday 6th May our Challenge Cup played against Castlecomer GC.  This team had a convincing win despite it being the first interclub experience for some players.  Their next match is V Enniscorthy. Details below. ­­

Junior Foursomes battled it out against Blessington Lakes Golf Club and again came away with the win.  Their next match is yet to be confirmed so watch this space!

We still have lots more interclub to play.  We wish the Carton Cup, Boyne Cup, Intermediate, Minor and Mixed the very best for their upcoming first round matches. Details of confirmed matches below.

Carton Cup                                  Saturday 14th May           4.00 p.m. in Beech Park

Mixed V Portlaoise                       Sunday 15th May             3.00 p.m. Home and Away

Boyne V Beech Park                    Tuesday 17th May            3.00 p.m. Home and Away

Intermediate V Edenderry           Saturday 28th May          3.00 p.m. Home and 4.00 p.m. away

Minor V Kilkenny                        Sunday 29th May             2.30 p.m. Home and 3.00 p.m. away

Challenge V Enniscorthy             Sunday 29th May             3.00 p.m. Home and Away

We are very grateful to all players, caddies, managers and our team Co-ordinator for their commitment to interclub teams.  Please remember these dates as our Pink supporters are always welcome.

While all the interclub practice and matches were going on, we also had an a very successful away day to Blainroe.  A number of ladies also went on to stay in Woodenbridge.  Despite a late night a second day of golf was enjoyed by all.  Congratulations to all those who picked up prizes over the two days.  It was a most enjoyable social occasion and good to get away having missed such events for two years.