St. Mary’s Cards
1st: Maureen Carthy
2nd: James Carney
3rd: Bill Ryan
4th: Christy Corrigan.
LUCAN PITCH & PUTT CLUB
Best of Luck to our 8 teams taking part in the Dublin Mixed Scramble Finals this Sunday 22nd in Portmarnock, and I am glad to say I do not have to eat humble pie.
The draw is also on the P.P.U.I website for the Leinster Mixed Foursomes qualifier nd good luck to all taking part on the 28th April.
This Friday 20th sees the start of the weekend competitions at 4pm and Saturday and Sunday mornings now start at 9am, but greens must be swished in advance of play.
Last Weekend V-Par Nett winners:
Class 1: Johnny Price +9 (Going for the hat trick this week)
Class 2: Paul County +11 (Promoted last week)
Class 3: Eamon Kenny +7 (Back 6)
Class 1: Marie O' Toole +4 (Back 3)
Class 2: Kathleen Grainger +5 (Also going for the hat trick this week)
The Juvenile competitions continue every Wednesday at 3pm and boys and girls from 10 yrs up can just arrive on the day and it’s good to see the numbers increasing weekly.
Adult members are also welcome and we look forward to meeting you in the Clubhouse any weekend & you can also find all the latest news on our website www.lucanpitch&putt.com
Get Well Wishes to Maria Rooney. (Hope to see you back Soon)
LUCAN HARRIERS A.C.
Lucan Harriers were represented at the Garmin Great Ireland Run 10k which incorporated the AAI National 10k Championships which was held in the Phoenix Park on Sunday 15th April.
In the 10k, the first home for Lucan Harriers in 86th position overall was Patrick O’Donoghue in a time of 35.56 followed in 116th place by Will Byrne in 36.49 and David Trunk in 44.40.
Patrick O’Donoghue, Eileen O’Brien and David Trunk, and below Danijela Klopotan and Will Byrne. Photos by Rob Brannigan.
First Lucan Lady home was Kathleen Trunk in 46.48 and she was followed by Danijela Klopotan in 48.11 and Tricia Gough in 48.13 – all three ladies finishing in the top 1,000 in the race. Keith Gallagher finished in 50.13 with Eileen O’Brien home in 53.03 – 5th in her age group in the National Championships, followed by Helen McGinnity Gleeson in 54.28, Anne Smith in 58.09, Celine Murphy O’Keeffe in 58.42, Marie Collins in 1.00.04, Kim Jones in 1.01.15, Anita Hughes in 1.03.37, Fanchea Gibson in 1.12.29 and Josephine Dignam in 1.17.28.
There was also a 5k race held on the day and Joanna McCormack was the sole Lucan representative and finished in 38.42.