​Greystones and Highfield seal Leinster Fred Daly success

by | Jul 28, 2018 | 0 comments

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​Congratulations to Greystones GC who were victorious over The Island GC in the Leinster Finals of the Fred Daly Trophy at Esker Hills GC.

 

Having claimed their first Leinster Pennant in 2007 and then again in 2013, Greystones GC add a third Leinster Pennant to their collection and now qualify for the Fred Daly All Irelands Finals at Tramore GC on Sunday 30 September 2018.   

Also, congratulations to Highfield GC who are the winners of the Fred Daly Plate beating Wexford GC.  The Plate was initiated in Leinster last year to afford clubs the opportunity to play more competitive golf at this age level during the summer months.  

Photo above:
The winning Greystones team in the Fred Daly Leinster Final 2018 at Esker Hills Golf Club.  From left: Evan Dalton, Chris Lawless, Niall Gaffney, Rory Reid, Conor McAleer, Jared Nolan, Robbie O’Brien and Ben Hynes.

Photo below:
Joe McNamara Honorary Secretary, Leinster Golf, presenting Highfield Golf Club Greame Syme, Team Captain, with the Fred Daly Plate at Esker Hills Golf Club.  Also in the picture at back (from left) are Patrick Murphy, Team Manager, Paul Rabbette Vice Captain, Esker Hills, Philip Kelly Captain, Highfield GC, and Mary Breen Lady Captain, Highfield GC. In front team members Lee Baker, Conor Murphy, Mark Duggan, Stephen McDermott and Loughlin Walsh.

Pictures courtesy of Pat Cashman

 

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