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In Pictures: Portlaoise and The Heath Golf clubs hold presentations

The Heath Golf Club hosted their Men’s November Prize Presentation recently.

The prizes up for offer were the October Medal, 3 Ball Scramble, Open Singles, Turkey Singles, September Singles, October Singles and two mixed hampers.

Captain Paul O’Callaghan presented the players with their awards.

Back in the town, Portlaoise Golf Club held their annual Presidents Charity last month where they raised €2,660.

President, Dolores Murphy presented the cheque to Pieta House recently.

Dolores wishes to thank all involved for their generosity for such a very worthy charity.

Here are a few photos of the occasion.

Check them out below:

John Kelly winner of the October Medal and Captain Paul O’Callaghan

 

Winners of 3 Ball Scramble Denis Aldritt, Jack Bergin and John Bergin with Captain Paul O’Callaghan
Open Singles winner Liam Horgan and Captain Paul O’Callaghan
Eoin Keane runner up in the Open Singles with Captain Paul O’Callaghan.
John Commins winner of the Turkey Singles and Captain Paul O’Callaghan
Adrian Maher runner up in the September Singles and Captain Paul O’Callaghan
Des Killeen winner of the October Singles and Captain Paul O’Callaghan
Sadie Ging and John Cushen winners of the Mixed Hamper and Captain Paul O’Callaghan
Mary Cushen and Larry Cushen runners up in the Mixed Hamper with Captain Paul O’Callaghan

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Aedín graduated from University of Limerick with a degree in Journalism and New Media. She is a proud Townie with a passion for all things sports and doesn't like to speak about the 2016 blip in Portlaoise's bid to 10-in-a-row.