Results from Regional, County and Club Events

2012 Results

  • Louth Down Monaghhan Mixed Foursomes at Cloghogue 19th August.

1st Valerie & Paddy Rogers from Cloghogue with score of 86 3/4
2nd Rosaleen O'Rourke & Fintan Mc Greevy Cloghogue with score of 88 3/4
3rd Lelia Mc Intyre & Pat Mc Donald from Cloghogue with score of 89

Gross Winner Marian O'Rourke & Paul O'Hagan from Cloghogue with score of 95

  • louth Down Monaghan Matchplay at Cement July 1st

The Louth Down & Monaghan Matchplay took place at the Cement Pitch and Putt club over the 30th of June and the 1st of July. There was a large turnout from the clubs in the region and the Cement course was in fine condition. players were well tested by the elements over the two days and contesting the gents

Junior grade final were two Channonrock players Mark Molloy & Roland Molloy, Mark held on to win the Match. In the Gents Inter grade two Cement players Dessie Lynch and Richard Lambe contested the the final, Richard held off Dessie's challenge to take the match. In the the Gents Senior Grade Seapoint player Brian Mc Ginn played Local man Ian Donnelly in the final, Brian proved to much to handle for Ian and went on to take the match.

The Ladies were competing in two grades through the event and in the Ladies Grade one Cements Gene Cooney played Seapoint's Patty Brennan in the final, Gene went on to win the match on the 3rd extra hole. The ladies grade two final was a Channonrock derby with Ann O' Sullivan playing club mate Marie Lawlor, Ann won the match on the 18th.

The regional board would like to thank the Cement Club for hosting the event and for presenting their course in superb order. We would also like to thank all the players who took part in the event through the weekend.


  • louth Down Monaghan Strokeplay at Collon May 27th

    The Louth Down Monaghan Strokeplay took place to Sunday 27th of May at Collon Pitch &Putt Club.

    This year we were basked in glorious sunshine and sun cream was the additional extra instead of a coat!

    The day got off to a brisk start with the Gents Juniors starting at 9.30 am, a stiff south easterly breeze awaited them and the the opening holes were to prove very difficult indeed.

    As it turned out local knowledge was the order of the day in the junior grade with Joe Corrigan from Collon winning on a score of 115, in close second place was Daniel O Reilly from Cement on 116.

    Next out were the inter grade, this was the most contested grade of the day and although they faced the same tough breeze the scoring started to improve.

    Alan Cluskey front Cement set the pace early with 109 but was soon joined by two other club men when Glen Martin and Willie Finnegan carded the same 109 score. A 9 nine hole play off proceeded and in the play off Willie posted a superb one under 26 to claim first place, second place was won on the back nine by Glen Martin over Alan Cluskey. In the Senior grade the scoring was improving but most were still finding the conditions very tough. A superb score of 97 was posted by Ian Donnelly from Cement to take the Title and the Terry Hanratty Cup for seventh time . In second place was Sean Goggins another Cement player with a score of 101.

    Running shortly after the Gents Senior were the Ladies grades. The ladies junior grade was a closely fought affair with Anne Ward from Seapoint carding a 134 to beat Helena Connolly from Inniskeen by one shot . In the Ladies Inter Grade Ann Fagan from Seapoint returned to her previous form and took the first place with a score of 119, in second place was another Seapoint player Pattie Brennan with a score of 128. In the Ladies Senior grade Noleen Bedford from Mac Bride successfully defended her tile by returning a score of 116 to beat Cement’s Noel Martin by two shots.

    The regional Board would firstly like to thank the Collon club for hosting the Competition and also their course staff for the excellent condition of there course on the day.

    We would like to thank everyone who competed throughout the day and who helped make the day a huge success.

    The next competition on the Regional calendar is the LDM regional Match Play,please log onto for more updates.


  • Louth Down Monaghan Scramble.

ldm scramble winners 2012

The Regional scramble took place today 15th of April. It was a cold bright start for all competitors and for many this was their first competitive start of the season. The qualifying was over three courses, Mac Bride, Collon and Cement with the finals being held at Seapoint. The Leading qualifiers on each course were as follows

Cement: Gerry Breen snr, Gerry Breen & Alan Breen (seapoint)

Collon: Alan Cluskey, Keith Cluskey & Glen Martin (Cement)

Mac Bride:Danny Johnson, Gene Finnegan & Kevin Mc Cabe ( Channonrock)

At the finals in the afternoon at Seapoint, conditions had heated up from the cold start that morning and scoring was definitely the order of the day. When all was added up it came to a three was tie and Channonrock prevailed on back 9's over Seapoint. The list of winners is as follows:

1st: Danny Johnson, Gerry Finnegan & Kevin Mc Cabe (34 Channonrock)

2nd: Barry Coyle, Mary Coyle & Martin Smith (34 1/3 Seapoint)

3rd: Billy Lawlor, Brendan Lawlor & Marie Lawlor (34 2/3 Channonrock)

The Gross prize was won by Cement Team with a score of 42.

Gross: Ged Thornton, John Collins & Johnny Campbell (Cement)

The Regional Board would like to thank all those who played and contributed towards a wonderful days pitch and putt. A special thanks to all the individual clubs for making their courses available and to all the club workers who helped to get each course ready.


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