Aidan Gaughran won the latest round of the Cathedral Financial Autumn Series which was played over the weekend of September 30 and October 1.
Playing off 19 he shot 41pts to win by two from Ciaran Flanagan (19) who edged out Oliver McGinnity (24) on countback for second place overall.
After scoring eight points over the first four holes, Gaughran then collected 13 over the remaining five holes on the front nine helped by three point pars at the fifth, sixth and eighth.
That saw him turn in 21pts and four points for a birdie four at the 10th left him on 25pts with eight holes to go. A blank at the par five 12th threatened to derail his charge up the leaderboard but he recovered with three points pars at the 14th and 17th to come home in 20 pts for an overall score of 41pts.
McGinnity won Division 3 with Barry Cunningham (9) taking Division 1 and Andrew Shekleton (17) winning Division 2.
Saturday, September 30 and Sunday, October 1 - Cathedral Financial Autumn Series Singles Stableford – Overall: Aidan Gaughran (19) 41pts, Ciaran Flanagan (19) 39/20pts. Division 1 Barry Cunningham (9) 37pts, Division 2: Andrew Shekleton (17) 38pts. Division 3: Oliver McGinnity (24) 39/17pts. Gross Recognition: Peter Rogers 33pts.
Last week's competition was an 18 hole stableford, played on Saturday September 30 and Friday October 6th, produced some fine scoring. Lady President Elizabeth McGuinness was the winner of Division 1 with 37 points. Paula McKeown won Division 2 with 38 points and Joan McKenna was the Division 3 winner with 36 points. Very well done to all prize winners.
Saturday September 30 and Friday October 6 - Ladies 18 Hole Stableford - Division1: Elizabeth McGuinness (22) 37pts, Caroline Dunne (22) 36pts, Mary Lou Grennan (22) 35pts. Division 2: Paula McKeown (27) 38pts, Theresa Smyth (28) 34pts, Sally McDonnell (22) 33pts. Division 3: Joan McKenna (34) 36pts, Una Connolly (36) 35pts, Mary Connor (33) 35pts. 9 Hole Competition: Bernadette Kearney 19pts, Beatrice Prenty 17pts.
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