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Skibbereen golf report

The Jack Lynch Open Week timesheets are now open for 12th-19th July: men’s fourball, juvenile singles, senior men’s team event, men’s singles and 3BBB team classic. There are great prizes to be won. Book your tee times online at www.skibbgolf.com.?In mixed foursomes results, 9 Hole Mixed Foursomes Tuesday 30th July: 1st Maura Dwyer (11) & Donald McCarthy (14) 29.75, 2nd Mary Crowley (14) & Tom Foley (9) 31.25, 3rd Eileen

GalleyFlash Rowing Club Notes

Calm seas welcomed rowers to Union Hall for the third round of the Celtic Ross SWCYRA Championship on Sunday last, July 5th. First out on the water for the Galley were the Veteran Ladies crew of Mary O’Sullivan, Susanna Williams, Breeda Hayes, Sheila Hayes and cox Laura Connolly who put on a fine display of rowing. Next up was the U12 Ladies. Following the cancellation of this category at both

Kilmacsimon Rowing Club notes

Club of the Day at Third SWCYRA Championship This year’s third SWYCRA Championship was held this Sunday, 5th July, in Union Hall. Crowds gathered on the pier to watch as teams from West Cork battled for their place in the Championship. Kilmacsimon crews were more accustomed to the calm conditions of Union Hall, bringing home 7 Gold Medals; 5 Silver Medals and 3 Bronze Medals.

Skibbereen’s Jack Lynch Open Week 2015 supports Irish Cancer Society

Skibbereen, 6 July 2015 – The Jack Lynch Open Week committee is proud to announce that Skibbereen & West Carbery Golf Club will be supporting the Irish Cancer Society again this year. West Cork’s biggest open golf event, the Jack Lynch Open Week takes place from Sunday 12th to Sunday 19th July 2015 with open golf competitions throughout the week for men, seniors, juniors, mixed teams and ladies. Visitors are

Kilmeen GAA notes

Juniors advance to JBFC County Semi Whitechurch provided the opposition for the junior footballers in the quarter-final of the county championship, in Kilmichael on Friday evening.  Kilmeen took an early lead in this encounter and never relinquished it.  They lead 1-05 to 0-03 at half time.  However early in the second half they put the result beyond doubt with goals on the 43th and 47th minutes.  Kilmeen were dominant for

The Skibb man who’s an integral part of Kerry’s football setup

by John Bohane ONE West Cork man has unique behind the scenes access to the Kerry senior football camp during thoer All Ireland football campaign. O’Donovan Rossa clubman Brian Dwyer, who struck 2-8 for the Skibbereen junior team in a county league tie played against Boherbue recently, is the Cork based physio for the Kerry senior team, a role he has relished since his appointment earlier this season as he

Collins determined to retain title with St Mary’s

by John Bohane The Cork junior footballers succumbed to a clinical Kerry performance following their Munster final clash played in Pairc Ui Rinn last Wednesday evening. St Mary’s ace Jason Collins played a key role at centre back in propelling the Rebels to the last eight of the Junior Football Championship. The comprehensive defeat inflicted on the Rebels has only served to whet the appetite of the Carbery senior panellist

Beara looking forward to Skibb clash

by John Bohane BEARA selector Finbarr Harrington has wecomed the draw for the fourth round of the Cork SFC which pairs the divisional side with O’Donovan Rossa. The last time the two sides met in 2000, O’Donovan Rossa emerged victorious following a replay in the quarter-final stages of the championship. Finbarr is anticipating another tight affair when the two sides meet in the imminent future.

Skibbereen golf report

LIAM Quirke (8) currently holds the top spot in the Golfer of the Year competition with 184 points, ahead of Brendan O’Rourke (14) steady in second place with 132 points and Jerome O’Driscoll (9) who jumps third with 126 points. Denis O’Donovan (19) moves down to fourth place with 123 points, Frank Ryan (11) fifth with 116 points, John McNamara (7) sixth with 111 points, just 1 point in front of

GalleyFlash Rowing Club Notes

Another windy day greeted rowers from GalleyFlash Rowing Club upon their return to Glandore for Round 2 of the Celtic Ross SWCYRA Championship on Sunday last. Once again wind and rough sea conditions forced the cancellation of both U12 races on health and safety grounds. The first crew on the water for the Galley was the Veteran Ladies crew of Breeda Hayes, Susanna Williams, Bernie O’Donovan, Sheila Hayes and cox