8 Clubs left in Michael Cashman Fourball

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Michael John Roche and JJ Sheehan from East Cork Golf Club presenting John Moloughney, Munster Branch GUI with the Michael Cashman Trophy which will be played for in the Munster Club Fourball competition.  The trophy was presented in honour of former Munster Branch Chairman and East Cork member. Picture: Niall O’Shea

The first round of the Michael Cashman Fourball took place over the past three weeks and there are eight clubs left in the second round.  The competition has an unusual format in that three of the five matches take lace in the first named club and the other two matches take place in the second club.  All five matches must be played on the same day.  The six first round matches were completed during June and the second round matches must be completed by 3rd July.

Nationally the competition is called the All Ireland Fourball Inter Club competition, and all Munster clubs are playing for the Michael Cashman Trophy.  The is the first year the competition has been played and is limited to golfers with a handicap of 16 or higher, with a minimum combined handicap of 36.

 

Round 1 Results:
Bandon bt Bantry Bay 3/2
Douglas bt Cork 3/2
Macroom bt Lee Valley 3/2
Fermoy bt East Cork 3/2
Lisselan bt Fernhill 3.5/1.5
Mallow bt Mahon 3/2

Round 2 Draw:
Muskerry -v-Bandon
Douglas -v- Mallow
Monkstown -v- Lisselan
Fermoy -v- Macroom

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