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Gents Sen. Winner: Paul O’Rourke (DSN) 94 (b18)

Runner-up: Eamon Gibney (Castletown) 94

3rd: Evan Carry (Castletown) 96

Gents Int. Winner: Patrick Grehan (R/Meath) 96

Runner-up: Stephan Behan (R/feigh) 100 (b18)

3rd: Evan Ganly (Trim) 100

Gents Jun. Winner: Padraig Mallon (Trim) 99 (b18)

Runner-up: Patrick Farrell (B/town) 99

3rd: Martin Branigan (B/town) 109

Ladies 0 - 10

Winner: Cathy Richardson (B/town) 113

Runner-up: Ann Bird (Laytown) 119

Ladies 11-21

Winner: Sophie Farnan (Skryne) 119

Runner-up: Teresa Fagan (R/Meath) 121

Congratulations to all the winners and well done to all for taking part.

Thank you to the Navan & Oldcastle clubs for having their courses in prime condition.


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Updated: Jul 9, 2020

Monday 2nd December 2019; Venue Navan Clubhouse

Another successful year for pitch & putt in Meath; that was the general consensus of the meeting last night. The outgoing officers were thanked for their work and dedication over the past few years, especially Noreen Myles and Colm Hanley who were standing down from their roles. The following were elected for the coming year.

Chairman: Johnny Hughes (Navan) Vice-Chairman: Paddy Kelly (Trim) Secretary: Paul O'Rourke (Dunshaughlin) Comp. Sec; Iris Cunningham (Bellewstown) (Iris Cunningham will continue until a new person comes forward to fulfill the role.) Treasurer: Brendan Muldoon (Castletown) Registrar: Paddy Kelly (Trim)

Juvenile Officer: John Troy (Stackallen) PRO: Stephen McCabe (Castletown)

Just one item was up for discussion; If, when the annual Meath Scramble is being played, a club team is short of a player; they can ask a player from another club in the county to join them to make up their team. A counter proposal was against this motion. After a vote the counter proposal was defeated and delegates voted to try it for this year to see how it goes. This concluded the meeting. Afterwards Chairman Johnny welcomed the new members, Paul and Stephen to the Board and all enjoyed a cuppa supplied by Jimmy Burke and Gerry O'Brien.

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