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Colaiste Choilm from Ballincollig booked their place in the Munster Schools final on Monday with a hard fought win over De La Salle Waterford. The reigning Munster champions were back in Castlemartyr, the venue where they won last year. And they were up against the 2018 beaten finalists in the semi final. Lee Valley’s Keelan McCarthy led the way for the Ballinollig side, he had a two hole win over Rory Milne to win the first point. Zak Collins had to go to the 19th before he saw off the challenge from Alex King to win a second point. Both Stephen Riordan and Jack O’Keeffe lost out to level the match at 2-2, meaning the match would be decided by John Lehane and Alex Browne. That match went all the way to the 18th before Lehane secured the winning point for Colaiste Choilm. In the second semi-final Colaiste an Spioraid Naoimh were very unlucky not to make it an all-Cork final.
The Bishopstown students were up against St Josephs Ballybunion and this too was a tight match. Robbie Walsh and Jack Lucey put points on the board for the Cork side but James Walsh, Ben O’Connor and Eoghan Hallihan all lost out in the later stages of their games to see St Joesph’s advance. Although the final was scheduled to take place in the afternoon the forecasted rain came early with lasted through the morning and early afternoon. Unfortunately for all of the golfers, the rain persisted and a heavy downpour around lunchtime made the course unplayable. Colaiste Choilm and St Joesph’s will now have to Continue reading
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Greg O’Mahony was the only Cork golfer to break par on a tough day in Lahinch today. The Fota Island golfer went around in three under as the wind and rain tested golfers.
A total of eight golfers made the cut for tomorrow’s matchplay. Peter O’Keeffe finished his 36 holes on one under and Sean Desmond was two shots behind. Cork duo Gary O’Flaherty and Paul Buckley were both safely through on +2, and Cathal Butler had to endure a short wait before all of the +4’s were safely inside the top 59. With James Sugrue and John Murphy, there will be a strong Cork challenge tomorrow with eight golfers hoping to make it through the first round.
Play gets underway at 7am tomorrow, with the second round starting after the completion of the first round matches. Live scoring will be available at regular intervals.
7.00am: James Sugrue v Jack Doherty
7.36am: Peter O’Keeffe v James Fox
7.45am: Paul Buckley v Shane O’Connor
8.48am: John Murphy v Aaron Ryan
10.18am: Greg O’Mahony v Evan Farrell
10.45am: Sean Desmond v Jack Ryan
11.12am: Cathal Butler v Ronan Mullarney
11.21am: Gary O’Flaherty v TJ Ford