Winter League 2018 Update
The 2018 Winter League was well supported this year with 80 players entered across 3 divisions: Division 1 – Scratch to 11 (28 players), Division 2 – 12 to 17 (27 players) and division 3 – 18+ (25 players). The weather has been kind to us so far and we’ve lost no weekends to bad weather so hopefully that will continue for the final weekend. The format this year is best 3 scores from 6 so with only 3 scores counting, the leaderboards in each division are tightly packed heading into the final weekend. There will be prizes for the top 5 in each division. The full leaderboards are available on the website and will be posted in the notice board in the men’s locker room.
Good luck to all players in the last weekend and we hope you will all return for the spring league which will start in January. Please spread the word to other players to join up in the new year!
Dave Kavanagh takes a single point lead into the final round ahead of perennial winter league specialist Paul Nimmo in division 1 but there are plenty of lads lurking within a few points so all to play for in next weekend.
Gerry O’Connor is on fire so far and very consistent, he cannot be caught and is set to take the honours in division 2. Looks like the rest are only chasing runners-up position so with a big score in the last week, some players could still make a big jump up the leaderboard into the money prizes.
Bernard Pender has put together a perfect score of 75 and cannot be caught atop Division 3. Although run close by Christie Penrose and Peter Gallagher hot on his heels. The rest of the top 10 are all within a few points of each other so a big score in the last week could push some people up into the top five.
Winter League Competitions Committee,
Aidan, Brian, David, Kevin, Niall and Tom.