The annual match between the CAI and the CA selection sides was held at Carrickmines last weekend and, for the third successive time, the CA went away with the trophy. Not even the presence of its original presenter, Myles McWeeney, could get the Irish over the line and a final score of 15 - 9 left no room for argument.
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The Irish Open Golf Championship was held at Carrickmines C<C on 15th & 16th Sept 2018.
The winner of the Championship was Harry Dodge from England. He beat Patsy Fitzgerald in the final.
The Handicap Doubles event was won by Anne-Marie McGowan and her son Joseph. They won the match 5-6 where, under the new Irish Golf Handicap system, their target was 5 hoops and their opponents Patsy Fitzgerald and Henry Bagwell( Hurlingham, London) had a target of 8.
The CAI team to play the CA for the McWeeney Trophy has been announced as
The match will be held at Carrickmines on 22 and 23 September next - come and support your team!
On 28 th & 29th July Newbridge House hosted the Cyril Corbally Cup for the second year and also ran an Inter Club Doubles Championship. In spite of the weather, two days of croquet were enjoyed by both the players and passers-by. It was a pleasure to be playing on a lawn that was an important part of Irish Croquet History, and the toss for the the first two games played was done using Cyril Corbally's silver championship medal from 1911, kindly offered by the family.