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United Cup Goes North

United Cup Goes North

After a successive four years of winning the United Cup (North v South), the South under the Captaincy of Philip Airey lost to the North by 5 matches to 4 at Carton House last Thursday. Endeavouring to be gracious to the winners led by Jonathan Miller, Philip could only muster a muted: “Well done – and it could be good for the game and the competition.”

Andrew Smith,United;Tony Collins,Topflight;Pat Reede,United and Clem Walshe,Low Cost Beds.

Andrew Smith, United; Tony Collins, Topflight; Pat Reede, United; and Clem Walshe, Lowcostbeds

On a cold but dry day, the Montgomerie Course at Carton House was a real challenge and played like its designer in a bad mood. The match came down to the last 4-ball and the Northern team of Robert Galbraith and Terry Murphy Senior brought their team over the winning line.

Pat reede,United;Naimh Byrne,Ask Susan;Tanya Airey,Sunway and Brian Hughes,united.

Pat Reede, United; Niamh Byrne, Ask Susan; Tanya Airey, Sunway; and Brian Hughes, United

Barry Jackson, United’s Account Manager Northern Ireland, was in charge for the presentation of the prizes and Pat Reede was delighted to stress the great friendships and relationships built up over 17 years in the South and 10 years in the North.

Jonathan Miller and Gary Boyd from Byran Somers Travel meet John Cassidy, Cassidy Travel.

Jonathan Miller and Gary Boyd from Bryan Somers Travel meet John Cassidy, Cassidy Travel

There were two great individual scores with Aaron Bolt (North) scoring 40 points off a handicap of 21 and Clem Walshe (South) on 37 points off a handicap of 5.

Clem Walshe,Low Cost Beds;Pat Dawson,ITAA and Martin Dempsey,Dempsey Travel.

Clem Walshe, Lowcostbeds; Pat Dawson, ITAA; and Martin Dempsey, Dempsey Travel

As usual on these occasions, the hospitality supplied by United Airlines was of the very highest order and the golf, reception and dinner was enjoyed by all.

John Spollen,Cassidy Travel; Massimao Larini,United;Stephen McKenna,Go Hop;Lorraine Cunningham;Lorraine Cunningham Travel and Stephen Aston Clubworld Travel.

John Spollen, Cassidy Travel; Stephen McKenna.Go Hop.ie;Massimo Larini, United; ; Lorraine Cunningham, Lorraine Cunningham Travel; and Stephen Aston, Clubworld Travel

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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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