The Clonmel Interfirms Tennis Tournment is ready to start on Monday next. With the closing date Thursday 26 there is still time for you to get your team in. If you need help in building or finalising your team, help is at hand by contacting Phil at 086 3611270 asap. This year’s new date promises to be fun so come on and give it a lash.
Castleview open is reaching its final stages with a number of front runners in from Hillview. Cora Morrisey came through to win her G6 singles and R/U with Eugene Cooney in Mixed. Others also have made it to the final stages
It may feel like we are just out of summer but Club Winter League time is only up the road. Recruitment for this final competition of the season will commence shortly and we hoped to run it over October/November. This is a must enter competition to help you fly throught the winter months.
Plenty of opportunities for juniors to receive coaching from many of the club coaches during the week or over the weekends- see club boards for info.
Pitch and Putt
On Sunday last we had another great turnout for our scramble. Nett Winners, John Fitzgerald, Joan Donlan and Phyllis McCabe with 59 1/3. Nett Runners-up, Nora Whelan, Ann Wall, Evelyn Cahill and Breda Howell with 60. Gross Winners, Michael Kennedy, Mattie Anglim and Kathleen Foran with 68. Next scramble on Sunday at 5.00pm.
The annual Pitch and Putt outing will take place on Saturday, October 12 to Fermoy, Co. Cork. Entry sheet for names will be on the club notice board in the hallway.
The President’s Prize will take place on Sunday, October 27.
Hard luck Pauline
On Saturday Lorraine Creed and Pauline Lucey represented Hillview in the Ladies National Seniors Intermediate Strokeplay in Erry, Co. Offaly. After the first 36 holes there were three ladies tied on a score of 114, Breda O’Donnell, Cunnigar, Mary Sherry, St Bridgets and Pauline . A 9 hole play-off was now the order of the day. Pauline got off to a bad start by taking a 5 on the first hole but battled away and at the end of the playoff was beaten by one shot by Mary Sherry.