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With the Ladies Cups & Shields set for Knightsbrook GC from September 25-28, here’s the provisional timesheet for the National Finals:

TIMESHEET FOR NATIONAL FINALS (quarter finals, semi-finals and finals) 

Wednesday 25 September 2019

11.00 Senior Foursomes Quarter Finals: Limerick –v Roscommon

11:30 Intermediate Cup Quarter Final: Corrstown –v- Mullingar

12:20 Minor Cup Quarter Final: New Forest –v- Royal Belfast 

Thursday 26 September 2019

08:00 Intermediate Cup Semi Final: Corrstown/Mullingar –v- Monkstown

08:40 Senior Foursomes Semi Final: Limerick/Roscommon –v- Courtown

09:10 Senior Foursomes Semi Final: Woodbrook –v- Massereene

09:40 Intermediate Cup Semi Final: Castlerock –v- Loughrea

10:20 Minor Cup Semi Final: New Forest/Royal Belfast –v- Castlebar

11:00 Minor Cup Semi Final: Tralee –v- Kilmashogue

11:40 Challenge Cup Quarter Final: Moyola Park –v- East Cork

12:20 Junior Cup Quarter Final: Castlebar –v- Newlands

13:00-13:20 Junior Foursomes Quarter Final: Newlands –v- Portumna 

Friday 27 September 2019

08:00 Junior Cup Semi Final: Castlebar/Newlands –v- Limerick

08:40 Junior Foursomes Semi Final: Dromoland –v- Mullingar

09:10 Junior Foursomes Semi Final: Newlands/Portumna –v- Castlereagh Hills

09:40 Junior Cup Semi Final: Enniscorthy –v- Co. Armagh

10:20 Challenge Cup Semi Final: Moyola Park/East Cork –v- Rathcore

11:00 Challenge Cup Semi Final: Co. Sligo –v- Tulfarris

11:50 Minor Cup Final:

12:50 Senior Foursomes Final:

13:30 Intermediate Cup Final: 

Saturday 28 September 2019

10:00 Junior Foursomes Final:

10:40 Junior Cup Final:

11:30 Challenge Cup Final: 

The above schedule may be subject to change. 

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