Into the swing of things for St Se­nan’s par­ish

Enniscorthy Guardian - - NEWS -

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

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