The Underage Inter-Club All-Irelands were whittled down to the semi-finals after a jam-packed day of action at Castletroy Golf Club in Limerick on Tuesday.
Off the four teams that progressed, Royal Portrush will face Lahinch while Greystones will play Lurgan in the semi-finals of the Fred Daly.
Stuart Nesbitt, Luca Rogers and Ollie McEvoy won their respective matches to help Royal Portrush to a 3-2 win over Malahide while Lahinch beat Baltinglass 4-1 with Gabriel Considine, Danny Lyne and Bob Casey all securing points. Greystones defeated Douglas 3-2 as Dylan Holmes, William O’Riordan and Toby Murphy collected and Lurgan received a bye against Ballinasloe.
In the Girls’ Inter-Club semi-finals Forrest Little will take on Doneraile with Carton House against Clandeboye completing the semi-final line-up.
Grace Dowdall and Emma McDonagh were on target for Forrest Little in their 2.5 to 0.5 win over Galgorm Castle with Doneraile beating Kilkenny 2.5 to 0.5 with Daire Power and Eileen Sheehan scoring points. Alex Cunningham and Sinead Melville secured wins for Carton House as they beat Kinsale 2.5 to 0.5 and Cladeboye notched a 2 to 1 victory against County Sligo with Aimee Blair and Lucy Morrison scoring wins.
The Boys’ Foursomes has come down to the match-ups of Galgorm Castle against Monkstown and Belvoir Park and Baltinglass.
The teams of Josh Nicholl and Zac Kane and Cole Henderson and Rory Brown helped Galgorm Castle to a win on the 19th hole against County Louth while Belvoir Park had nine holes to spare against Castlebar, thanks to the teams of Thomas Keown and Oliver Murtagh and Eoin Burrows and Jack Conroy.
Cian McDonnell and Jake Morrison and Ronan O’Keeffe and Callum O’Farrell helped Monkstown to a seven holes win against Greystones. While Baltinglass were six hole winners against Limerick, with Neil Patterson and Luke Doogue and Connor Gethings and Stephen Patterson on target.