Victory for Mark at Aughnacloy's Mix-tec weekend

THE annual Mix tec open weekend took place at Aughnacloy Golf Club recently.

The competition, sponsored by Peter Johnston of Mix-tec Sixmilecross, was very well subscribed over the Friday and Saturday. A fine array of prizes was on offer stimulating keen competition from all the competitors taking part. Friday was a nine hole stableford competition of which the results were as follows;

Gents winner – Dean Marshall – 21pts

Runner-up – Damian McCarron – 21pts

Third – Stephen Simpson – 20pts

Lady winner – Jane Clarke – 19pts

Runner-up – Ruth Robinson – 16pts

Third – Roisin Corry 15pts

The gents competition on Saturday was a stroke play competition. The results were as follows;

Gents winner and lowest gross score – Mark Williamson – nett 64

Gents runner-up – Kyle Thompson – nett 65

Third - Brendan Mohan – nett 69

Lowest gross non-winner – Andy Maxwell – nett 79

Best front nine – Martin McKenna – nett 31

Best back nine – Kevin Connolly – nett 30.5

Guest winner –– Philip Parr - nett 93

Guest runner-up – Wesley Johnston – nett 102

Twos sweep – Maurice Foster – Martin McKenna – Conor Ward – Mark Parr – Gerard O`Hanlon – Gary Trotter

The ladies competition on Saturday was a stableford competition. The results were as follows;

Lady winner – Jane Marie Treanor – 37 pts

Runner-up – Roisin Corry – 36 pts

Third – Pam Williamson – 33 pts

At the prizegiving in the evening, Peter amnd Roisin welcomed all their guests and competitors for taking part in the competition. They particularly welcomed Kevin Devlin, a visitor from Philadelphia. They congratulated the winners and presented them with their prizes. They particularly highlighted Mark Williamson for shooting such a low score off a handicap of 12.

The captain Bob Treanor replied by thanking Peter and Mix-tec for sponsoring the competition and wished him well with his business in the future. He too congratulated all the winners and thanked all the competitors for taking part.

Meanwhile, congratulations were extended to the Aughnacloy Pierce Purcell team who beat Castlehume 3 and 2 to proceed to round two of the competition against Concra Wood Castleblaney.

Forthcoming events

Wednesday, June 16 – The Rose Bowl Memorial mixed event - a nine-hole competition commencing at 6pm. Teams of one lady and one gent.

Saturday, June 19 – Gents Holmpatrick Pairs Qualifier and Ladies Club.

Saturday, June 26 – Lady Captain’s Day.

The club is in the process of planning juvenile coaching for the summer months. It’s principally for 11 years and over – call 07785987894 to book a place.

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