The Clare Community Games Under 16 Pitch & Putt competition took place last Saturday 2nd June at the Halfway House Clare Road Pitch & Putt course in Ennis, with kind permission of Patricia Coote & family. The event was once again coordinated by Jimmy Maher with great help from Connie Corry, Suzanne Mcconway, Paddy Sheedy, Mike Corry & Helen Daly. Well done to the winning teams, Doora/Barefield Boys and Ennis St John's Girls, who progress to the National Finals in Athlone in August. Elana Bradley had the best girls score of 58 and Danny Mungovan had the best boys score of 52.
Pitch and Putt
The MUNSTERGROUP Insurance Clare Community Games Pitch & Putt competitions for both Boys & Girls U16 were held on Sat 13th June in ideal weather. They were held at The Halfway Pitch & Putt club and thanks to the owners the course was in perfect condition. The co ordinator was Jimmy Maher. Both Ennis St John’s Girls “A” & their boys team came out the winners.
The St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games Pitch & Putt competition for U16 boys were held on Sat 10th June at the Halfway House, Ennis. Six teams took part. It was co ordinated by Jimmy Maher with assistance from Suzanne McConway. The weather conditions were ideal for the competition. The standard of play was high with some very good scoring. Inagh/Kilnamona who only registered in Community Games recently after many years finished in third position. Sixmilebridge/Kilmurry were the eventual winners. They now go forward to represent Clare in the National Finals the weekend of 18th – 20th August where they will be hoping to improve on the Bronze medals they won last year. Dara Casey had the best individual score of 55.
The St Francis Credit Union Clare Community Games Pitch & Putt competitions for boys & girls took place on Sat 16th June at the Half Way, Ennis. It was coordinated by Jimmy Maher assisted by Connie and Anna Corry. Jimmy in thanking Patricia and Paul Coote for their facilities held a minutes silence for the late Frank White R.I.P. owner of the Halfway. A reduced number of teams participated due to change of date. The boys played eighteen holes while the girls played nine. The medals were presented by Jamsie O'Connor Clare's All Ireland winning hurler