The AIG Irish Close has come down to the final four and it will all be decided tomorrow at The European Club.
A number of the big names made it through to the last 16 with leading qualifier Ronan Mullarney falling at that stage, along with Rowan Lester, while Peter O’Keeffe fell at the last eight hurdle.
The final four still standing are Robbie Cannon (Balbriggan) who takes on Alex Gleeson (Castle) in the first semi-final, while Conor Purcell (Portmarnock) will take on Eoin Leonard (Wentworth) in the second semi.
D Brophy (Castleknock) bt R Mullarney (Galway) 1 hole; R Cannon (Balbriggan) bt G Collins (Rosslare) 7&6; A Gleeson (Castle) bt R Lester (Hermitage) 1 hole; P O’Keeffe (Douglas) bt J Walsh (Castle) 3&2; C Purcell (Portmarnock) bt J Sugrue (Mallow) 20th; E Smith (L’town & B’town) bt R Moran (Castle) 2&1; E Leonard (Wentworth) bt K Stack (Dungarvan) 6&5; M McCormack (Moss Creek) bt R Dutton (Tandragee) 2&1
Cannon bt Brophy 4&2; Gleeson bt O’Keeffe 1 hole; Purcell bt Smith 4&2; Leonard bt McCormack 19th
Draw for Wednesday 8th August
0800 Cannon v Gleeson;
0810 Purcell v Leonard
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