Into the swing of things for St Senan’s parish
WHILE the weather has been somewhat unpredictable of late, it was lovely day for a game of golf as members of the local community took to the fairways for the annual St Senan’s Parish Golf Classic at Enniscorthy Golf Club.
Always a great occasion, the event attracted golfers in great numbers, all keen to walk away as Kings of the course. The organisers were delighted with the enthusiasm for the event and thanked everyone who came along to play, as well as those who raised funds and volunteered in any way to make the event the success it was.
While the competition was stiff, the eventual winners were the VEC/Morgan Dunne’s Team with an impressive display. They were closely followed by Peter Creedon’s team in second and Padraic Donohoe’s Team in third. Non GUI was won by Doyle & Fielding Team, while Dayle Donohoe was the proud winner of the gents longest drive with Linda Friel winning the ladies’ and nearest the pin went to Matt O’Connor.
There were also some wonderful prizes up for grabs in the draw from bottles of wine to household items and those who were lucky enough to have their name pulled from the hat were delighted, even if perhaps they didn’t enjoy similar luck on the course. The total amount of money raised so far stands at €4,300 and Fr Paddy Banville and everyone at St Senan’s Parish wish to thank people for their generosity.
Meta and Tom Cummins and Breda and Ed Morrison taking part in the golf classic.
Organisers, Jimmy Gahan, Fr Paddy Banville and Annette McCarthy