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‘Team South’ Wins United Cup at Carton House

‘Team South’ Wins United Cup at Carton House

‘Team South’ captained by Jimmy Lennox comfortably beat ‘Team North’ captained by Jonathan Adair to win the coveted United Cup at Carton House, with a decisive score of 7.5 to 1.5, on a marvellous day for golf – with somewhat different weather from last year’s! Both captain’s announced their successors for 2013.

 

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Team South Captain Jimmy Lennox accepts the United Cup from Yvonne Muldoon and Barry Jackson of United

Yvonne Lennox, United’s Sales Manager Ireland, said: “We have been absolutely blessed with the weather today – after the sheets of rain last year! Thanking Team North for coming down, she added: “Maybe we will go North next year!”

Jonathan Adair said of Carton House: “You can bring us down here any time you like!”. Succinctly admitting that “We got stuffed”, he said that he had been delighted to represent the team as Captain for the past two years and announced that Jimmy Murphy would be taking over the role next year. Team South will be captained next year by John Cassidy.

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Team North and Team South are United

Individual Prize Winners

A draw was held to select a team member from the winning team, with the prize of two tickets to Washington DC on United, including three nights at the Dupont Circle Hotel, going to Philip Airey of Sunway.

Best Individual Score – two tickets to New York on United, including three nights in a one-bedroom suite at the Beacon Hotel: Damien Murphy of Terra Travel.

Longest Drive – a Ladies Bulova watch and a set of aircraft cufflinks: Stephen McKenna of Atlas Travel/GoHop.

Nearest the Pin – a Cross pen: Brian McCluskey of Oasis Travel.

Birdie Prize – a four-ball game at Carton House: Michael Doorley of Shandon Travel.

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Pat Reede, Yvonne Muldoon and Aoife Gregg of United present the trophy and the prizes

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The happy winning team

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Still happy despite the result were Jonathan Ritchie, Terence Murphy, Damian Murphy, Jonathan Adair (Team North Captain), Peter McMinn, Neil Walker, and Stephen Aston

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NEIL STEEDMAN has been a trade journalist, editor and proofreader for 53 years, and ITTN's News & Features Editor for 43 years. His travel blog is at www.thetravelbuddhist.com.

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