Murphy goes low at Irish Youths

Kinsale Pro-Shop Challenge, fundraising event for Special Olympics, Kinsale Golf Club, Monday 22nd August 2016Kinsale’s John Murphy shot the low round of the day in Galway today to move into second place at the Irish Youths.  Murphy shot a one under par 69 to see him finish on level par after 36 holes, and two off the lead held by Neil McKinstry.  Murphy had plenty of colour on his card with four bogies and five birdies, but it was enough to jump him 10 spots up the leaderboard.  Munster’s Robin Dawson also matched Murphy’s 69 and he’s one shot back on +1.  Mallow’s James Sugrue is also within touch of the lead, he added a 73 to his opening 68 and is tied with Dawson on +1 in 4th place.  Darragh O’Connor (Fota Island) added another 72 and he’s in 14th place, six shots off the lead.  Cathal Butler (39th) is currently 10 shots off the lead and probably outside the score needed to challenge in tomorrow’s final round.

IRISH YOUTHS – ROUND 2 SCORES
138 Neil McKinstry (Cairndhu) 66 72
140 John Murphy (Kinsale) 71 69, Cathal Nolan (Galway) 68 72
141 Robin Dawson (Tramore) 72 69, Jordan Hood (Galgorm Castle) 71 70, James Sugrue (Mallow) 68 73 
142 Ronan Mullarney (Galway) 71 71, Luke O’Neill (Connemara) 71 71, Andrew Magee (Powerscourt) 72 70, Marc McCormack (Ashbourne) 70 72, Eanna Griffin (Waterford) 68 74
143 Gemma Batty (Scotland) 72 71, Alan Fahy (Dun Laoghaire) 71 72
144 Laird Shepherd (England) 73 71, Chloe Goadby (Scotland) 74 70, Colm Hughes (Galway) 74 70, Darragh O’Connor (Fota Island) 72 72, Ted Collins (Dun Laoghaire) 70 74
145 Robert Moran (Castle) 74 71, Rory Williamson (Holywood) 74 71, Paul Murphy (Rosslare) 75 70, Jack Blake (The Island) 72 73, Rob Brazill (Naas) 72 73, Robert Shaw (England) 72 73
146 Gavin Fitzmaurice (Balcarrick) 77 69, Eugene Smith (Ardee) 75 71, Zach Glynn (Bray) 76 70, Alec Myles (Newlands) 70 76, Marc Norton (Belvoir Park) 76 70, Niall Hearns (Mountrath) 73 73, Allan Hill (Athenry) 70 76, Jake Whelan (Newlands) 69 77
147 TJ Ford (Co. Sligo) 74 73, Jack Mc Donnell (Forrest Little.) 77 70, Liam Power (Galway) 74 73, Jamie Fletcher (Warrenpoint) 80 67, Ryan Corry (Clandeboye) 71 76, Brian Doran (Baltinglass) 72 75
148 Cathal Butler (Kinsale) 75 73, Alasdair McDougall (Scotland) 76 72, Jason Murphy (Greenore) 76 72, Dylan Brophy (Castleknock) 75 73, Harry Gillivan (Westport) 75 73, Liam Grehan (Mullingar) 73 75
149 John Cleary (Elm Park) 75 74, Christopher MacLean (Scotland) 77 72, Sean Flanagan (Co. Sligo) 77 72, William Small (Tandragee) 76 73, Ross Dutton (Tandragee) 78 71, Liam Nolan (Galway) 72 77, Jonathan Quinn (The Island) 76 73, James Wilson (Scotland) 76 73, Darragh Conlon (Athenry) 76 73, Hugh O’Hare (Fortwilliam) 78 71, Shane Kearney (Esker Hills) 73 76
150 Shane O’Connor (Castlebar) 76 74, Jack Tuohy (Galway Bay) 79 71, Nathan McCann (Lurgan) 75 75, Colin Woodroofe (Blainroe) 74 76
151 Paddy Culhane (Galway) 80 71, Eoghan Collins (Laytown & Bettystown) 76 75, Jack Howard (Fota Island) 79 72, Jason Conway (Donegal) 75 76, Sean Burke (Galway) 74 77, Brendan Rossiter (Rosslare) 76 75, Mark McKenna (Dun Laoghaire) 75 76, Ross Steedman (Courtown) 72 79
152 Reece Black (Hilton Templepatrick) 79 73, Owen Crooks (Bushfoot) 75 77, Michael O’Farrell (Galway) 79 73, David Kitt (Athenry) 76 76, Craig Foley (Cork) 78 74, Andrew Hickey (Ballyhaunis) 80 72, Jake Rowe (Tandragee) 76 76, Timmy Broderick (Kinsale) 74 78
153 Peter Kerr (Royal Portrush) 79 74, Andrew Davidson (Scotland) 79 74, Patrick Jordan (Silverwood) 78 75, John McCarthy (Stackstown) 78 75, Jack Hearn (Tramore) 75 78, David Brady (Co. Sligo) 73 80, Andrew Mulhall (Waterford Castle) 74 79
154 Matthew Grehan (Tullamore) 76 78, Joseph O’Neill (Tralee) 80 74, Luke Donnelly (Kilkenny) 77 77
155 Dale Jackson (Massereene) 82 73, Stefan Greenberg (Tandragee) 78 77, Paul Tobin (Cork) 74 81 
156 Peter Hasson (City of Derry) 78 78, Oisin Fleming (Dun Laoghaire) 74 82, Harry Duggan (Kilkenny) 77 79
157 Jordan Logue (Hilton Templepatrick) 85 72, Cameron Franssen (University of St Andrews Mens) 80 77, James Temple (Portmarnock) 81 76
158 James McVicker (Knock) 81 77, Mark Healy (Kinsale) 76 82
159 Darragh Smith (Castle) 80 79, Adam McSweeney (Douglas) 78 81
160 Joseph O’Farrell (Galway) 82 78, Marcel Horvath (Scotland) 82 78
161 Gary Ward (Kinsale) 77 84
162 Mikey Burke (Galway) 82 80, Ryan McCullough (Massereene) 80 82
163 Jonathan Doherty (Ballina) 86 77, Gareth Mann (Tullamore) 87 76, Cillian Tully (Hermitage) 80 83, Peter McKeever (Castle) 84 79
164 David Hill (Roscommon) 81 83
166 Alastair McQuillan (Cushendall) 83 83
168 Ian Smith (The Island) 85 83
171 Conor O’Mara (Elm Park) 86 85
174 Patrick Le Gros (Newlands) 88 86
WD/NR Craig Bolger (Carlow) 79 NR, Michael Kennelly (Athenry) 79 WD, David Cunningham (Tandragee) 80 WD, Conor Rice (Athlone) 83 WD, Jack Alton (Slievenamon) 84 WD, Jake Vickers (Balbriggan) 85 WD, Robert Browne (Castle) NR WD, Dylan Lambe (Roganstown G & CC) WD WD