Travelport Hosts Trade to Golf and Spa away Day

Travelport Hosts Trade to Golf and Spa away Day

Travelport invited their top agents to partake of a wonderful day out of the office as they hosted golfers to Concra Wood Golf Club in scenic Castleblayney, the challenging 18-hole course with a SSS of 74. The course opened in 2008 and was quite unique in having been designed by the father and nephew team of Christy O’Connor Senior and Junior. Sadly, Christy O’Connor Snr passed away this weekend.


Paul Broughton, Managing Director UK & Ireland, Travelport


Alan McAra, Yvonne Lennox, Aidan Coughlan and Jimmy Lennox, WTC

The non-golfers were treated to a range of spa treatments in the idyllic Castle Leslie, nestled in the village of Glaslough,as the sun shone down.

All in all it was a totally relaxing day away from the office, and was enjoyed by all present.

xxxxxxxxxxxxxx,Carol anne O,Neill,Worldchoice, Paulxxxxx,travelport and Joe Tully,Tullys Travel in Castle Leslie.

Des Abbott, Des Abbott Travel; Carol Anne O’Neill, Worldchoice Ireland; Paul Broughton, Travelport; and Joe Tully, Tully’s Travel, in Castle Leslie

Paul Broughton, Managing Director UK & Ireland for Travelport, flew in specially for the event. Speaking at the dinner in Castle Leslie, he thanked all the agents for attending and for their business during the year. He also paid a tribute to Sinead Reilly and her team for their work ethos and dedication in the Irish market.

Lee Osborne ., BookA bed was the winner of the Mens First Prize , receing his prize from David Conlon and Sinead Reilly , Travelport.

Lee Osborne, BookaBed (centre), winner of the Men’s First Prize,  receives his prize from David Conlon and Sinead Reilly, Travelport

Graham Hennessy  reciving his prize for the best Front nine from David Conlon

Graham Hennessy receives his prize for Best Front Nine from David Conlon

Stephen Aston claims his prize for Second place in the Mens competition from David Conlon.

Stephen Aston claims his prize for Second place in the Men’s competition from David Conlon

Yvonne Lennox was the the prize for the best back nine receiving her prize from David Conlan.

Yvonne Lennox receives her prize for Best Back Nine from David Conlan

Jonathan Irwin,NITN, recives his prize from David Conlon.

Jonathan Irwin, NITN, receives his prize from David Conlon

Carol Anne O'Neill receiving a voucher for dinner for two in Castle Leslie from Naomi Byrne.

Carol Anne O’Neill, Worldchoice Ireland (right) receives a voucher for dinner for two in Castle Leslie from Naomi Byrne

Jacke Clynch and Joanne Madden in Castle Leslie.

Jacke Clynch and Joanne Madden in Castle Leslie.


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Michael Flood is the Editor of Ireland's leading travel industry publication, Irish Travel Trade News. With more than 35 years experience, he has accumulated an in-depth knowledge of the airline industry and the travel and tourism world.

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