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TAGSAdare Manor GCBallykisteen GCBallyneety GCgolfGolf NotesLimerick PostPost SportRathbane GC Carl Widger, Metis Ireland presented 1st prize in the Metis Ireland sponsored Castletroy Golf Club fundraiser competition to Mike Molyneaux, Jack Molyneaux, Michael McHale and Paul Tighe in the presence of Pam O’Sullivan, Lady Captain of Castletroy Golf Club. Photo: Dave GaynorAdare Manor Golf ClubLadiesSign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up Thursday 10th of May 18hole singles s/f1st Margaret Keys (10) 39pts2nd Ina Desmond (9) 38pts3rd Olivia Gardener (27) 37ptsBallykisteen Golf ClubLadiesAs we welcome some better golfing weather and only just entering into qualifying conditions the Ballykisteen ladies have been out in force making up for lost time on the course.Club Results: Sun 22 April 18H S’Ford – Mary T Real 34ptsApril Medal 18H Stroke sponsored by Noel Earlie1st Mary Toomey 76nett; 2nd Paula Carroll 76nett & 3rd Mary Lonergan 77nettSun 6 May 18H S’Ford1st Majella Hallinan 38pts, 2nd Elaine Bermingham 37pts & 3rd Mary Lonergan 33ptsTues 8th May 18H S’Ford1st Elaine Bermingham 35pts & 2nd Jackie Kennedy 29ptsMay Medal 18H Stroke sponsored by Brendan Whelan1st Mary Lonergan 69nett; 2nd Mary T Real 75nett & 3rd Mary Riordan 75nettThe Granard Cup Club Qualifier took place yesterday with a great turnout of pairings from the ladies to support this great charity event in aid of the NCBI’s National Children’s Services (Enabling children who are blind and vision impaired to help reach their full potential).The format was scotch foursomes and this format certainly brought the best out in our club members with great scores returned.The winning duo of Lauren Kelly and Caitlin Shippman 38pts will now go forward to represent the club at the finals on 13th August in Newlands, Dublin, 2nd placed was Majella Hallinan & Jane Cowhey 37pts.Final preparations are well under way for the Junior Cup Team which takes on Lahinch in Newcastle West on Saturday 26th May @ 2.00pm – as the time fast approached we wish the Panel Mary T Real, Elaine Bermingham, Majella Hallinan, Paula Carroll Jane Cowhey, Claire Griffin, Lauren Kelly & Caitlin Shippman the very best of luck in this big match-play compt under watchful of Team Manager Catherine Murphy.Ballyneety Golf ClubMen Our Bruen team were narrowly beaten by Nenagh in north Munster area final held in Adare Manor 3 games to 2. Final game went down to the 18th. Well done to manager Christy Coll & all the team members.Club singles category results – Overall winner Leigh Doolan 40 ptsCat 1 Allan Morgan 37ptsCat 2 Connor Barry 40 ptsCat 3 Michael Kenny 36 ptsCss.70Open singles 7/5/181st Eoghan O Neill 38pts2nd Garry Leslie 37 pts3rd Brendan CaseyOpen singles 10/5/181st Milan Radic 37pts2nd Ger Mc Grath 36 pts3rd Colum O Driscoll 36 ptsCss 71Ladies May Medal stroke play1st Dolores Curtin 61 nett2nd Paula Carroll 73 nett3rd Eithne Hehir 74 nett9 hole stablefordThelma Hartmann 17 ptsSeniors Team of 31st Michael John Cosgrave , Connie Ryan ,Liam Lawlor 47.82nd Tom Clohessy Jim Donovan Gerry Dillon 473rd Anthony Ryan Jim Brown Jerry Grant.46Juniors18 holesWinner Connor Murtagh 38 pts9 holes winner David Slattery 14 pts.Well done to Morgan O Sullivan. Darragh Hogan Frank Moloney on making the match play stage of the Irish junior foursomes v Adare Manor.Rathbane Golf Club LadiesLadies 9 hole competition May 9th1st Ann Howlett 17pts2nd Rita Barry 16pts3rd Trish Costello Lady Capt. 14ptsLadies May Medal1st Marie Costelloe 74 net2nd Rita Barry 78 net3rd Trish Costello Lady Capt. 83 netSeniorsMen’s Seniors Thurs May 10th Team of ThreeChristy Downes Vice Capt.Joe FlanaganJack VaughanSat./Sun. May 12/13th1st Christy Downes Vice Capt. 38 Pts2nd John G. O’Neill 36 pts c/b3rd Tony Lynch 36 pts4th Michael Garvey 36ptsFixtures – Sat/Sun. May 19/20th18 Hole Singles Stableford Print POSTPONED: Ryder Cup on hold until 2021 pushing back Adare Manor event Email Limerick Post Show | May 1, 2020 2020 JP McManus Pro-Am postponed for a year Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Previous articleCronin on the double at Ulster Bank League AwardsNext articleLimerick Comfort Keepers win big at the All-Ireland Final John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie WhatsApp Twitter Advertisement Limerick Post Show | April 10, 2020 NewsLimerick Golf Notes for week ended 18/05/18By John Keogh – May 18, 2018 1391 Limerick Post Show | The Golf Course at Adare Manor Facebook WATCH: The Golf Course at Adare Manor celebrates its second birthday
Written by FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailiStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the scores from yesterday’s sports events: INTERLEAGUE Final Colorado 4 Seattle 3 Final Oakland 6 San Francisco 2 Final L-A Dodgers 5 L-A Angels 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE Final Baltimore 6 Texas 5 Final Boston 5 Toronto 2 Final Cleveland 5 N-Y Yankees 2 Final Detroit 6 Houston 3 Final Minnesota 11 Tampa Bay 7, 10 Innings Final Chi White Sox 10 Kansas City 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Final Washington 6 N-Y Mets 1 Final Miami 10 Philadelphia 5 Final Atlanta 5 Arizona 1 Final Pittsburgh 7 Milwaukee 6, 10 Innings Final St. Louis 6 Cincinnati 4 Final Chi Cubs 7 San Diego 4Copyright © 2018, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. Beau Lund July 16, 2018 /Sports News – National Scoreboard roundup — 7/15/18
× 1 / 5 Athletes competed in the Hudson County Special Olympics at Braddock Park on May 5. See briefs for more information. (Photo credit: Art Schwartz) 2 / 5 Athletes competed in the Hudson County Special Olympics at Braddock Park on May 5. See briefs for more information. (Photo credit: Art Schwartz) 3 / 5 Athletes competed in the Hudson County Special Olympics at Braddock Park on May 5. See briefs for more information. (Photo credit: Art Schwartz) 4 / 5 Athletes competed in the Hudson County Special Olympics at Braddock Park on May 5. See briefs for more information. (Photo credit: Art Schwartz) 5 / 5 Athletes competed in the Hudson County Special Olympics at Braddock Park on May 5. See briefs for more information. (Photo credit: Art Schwartz) ❮ ❯ 1 / 5 Athletes competed in the Hudson County Special Olympics at Braddock Park on May 5. See briefs for more information. (Photo credit: Art Schwartz) 2 / 5 Athletes competed in the Hudson County Special Olympics at Braddock Park on May 5. See briefs for more information. (Photo credit: Art Schwartz) 3 / 5 Athletes competed in the Hudson County Special Olympics at Braddock Park on May 5. See briefs for more information. (Photo credit: Art Schwartz) 4 / 5 Athletes competed in the Hudson County Special Olympics at Braddock Park on May 5. See briefs for more information. (Photo credit: Art Schwartz) 5 / 5 Athletes competed in the Hudson County Special Olympics at Braddock Park on May 5. See briefs for more information. (Photo credit: Art Schwartz) ❮ ❯ North Bergen commissioners pass revised tax levy for 2018 school budgetDuring the Board of Education election last month, the residents of North Bergen voted down the portion of the $138 million school budget that was to come from taxes, or the $51.1 million tax levy. As a result, the budget went before the Board of Commissioners, who cut $1.3 million more.The reduction, passed on May 9, brings the tax levy to $50.8 million.The school budget is one of the three factors that affects a resident’s property tax bill, along with municipal and county taxes. The county votes for its budget in June, and the town recently passed its municipal budget.North Bergen residents have traditionally voted the tax levy down. When that happens, the budget goes to town officials, who decide which cuts to make before passing a revised budget levy.Officials were able to cut $1.1 million in employee health benefits and $200,000 in instruction this year, after the school district told them that approximately 23 people will be retiring between now and the end of the 2018-19 school year. The revised tax levy will be sent to the school board for approval at their next meeting. North Bergen library’s Taste of Greece Festival is May 19The North Bergen Library presents “A Taste of Greece” on Saturday, May 19 at the Main Library. The event starts at 1 p.m. Admission is free. Food, literature, music, dance and demonstrations will be provided. Transportation will be available from the Kennedy Branch at 12 p.m. on the day of the event. For more information please call (201) 869-4715.The Summer Green & Health Fair is June 2North Bergen’s annual Summer Green & Health Fair is coming on Saturday, June 2 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at North Bergen 64th Street Field. Join Mayor Nicholas Sacco at this popular free event and enjoy the many activities for all family members, including live music, food vendors, a petting zoo, rock climbing, face painting, and much, much more.Attendees can get screenings for blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, vision, glaucoma, HIV, and more. Learn about fire safety, Alzheimer’s awareness, and animal care, and donate blood. This event is presented by the Township of North Bergen Health Department and the North Bergen Municipal Utilities Authority.There will be free giveaways, and transportation will be provided for seniors. For more information call (201) 392-2084 or visit NorthBergenHealthDepartment on Facebook. Mistrial declared in case of local ‘sexorcist’Jurors in the case of a North Bergen “sexorcist” failed to reach a verdict in the trial Tuesday, according to a report from NJ.com. Authorities allege 10 years ago the man sexually assaulted an 18-year-old, the outlet said.During the trial, the alleged victim said he thought of the man as a mentor and a prominent religious figure, NJ.com says. But during a road trip to a prayer service, the alleged victim said the pastor began fondling his crotch, according to NJ.com.He also alleged that on another occasion, the pastor reached inside his pants while they were praying inside a car.A third allegation from the alleged victim accused the pastor of praying over his genitals, at the victim’s Jersey City home.The former pastor on trial was reportedly convicted in 2015 of molesting a 13-year-old boy, according to NJ.com. A retrial is tentatively set for June 5, NJ.com says.Reception and demo on May 12 for new exhibit in Braddock Park Arts CenterGuttenberg Arts is presenting a new solo exhibition of prints, sculpture, and installation work by their year-long resident artist Jeremy Coleman Smith in the Braddock Park Arts Center.“Residence” displays Smith’s multi-disciplinary work combining the use of printmaking, sculpture, and furniture.The artist was one of the recipients of the 2011 Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture by the International Sculpture Center and his work has been featured in Sculpture Magazine and the New York Times.He received his VFA from The School of Art Institute of Chicago and his MFA at New Jersey City University.The opening reception is from 5 to 7 p.m. on Saturday, May 12 in the Arts Center on Riverview Drive in the park, preceded by a woodblock printmaking demo at 4 p.m. and a silkscreen printmaking demo at 5 p.m. Everyone is invited to this free event. The exhibition runs through June 3.North Bergen goes pink for women’s healthNorth Bergen Town Hall will once again “Paint the Town Pink” in support of women’s health, in partnership with Hackensack Meridian Health. More than a dozen other buildings in town have joined the cause, with pink banners, bows, signs, and more.Paint the Town Pink is a community-wide effort to raise awareness of the importance of annual mammography and overall women’s wellness.Throughout the month of May, 75 towns and businesses throughout New Jersey are participating in the 11th annual Paint the Town Pink event, featuring pink flags and ribbons to encourage women to get their annual mammogram. In 2018, women are encouraged to go even further and care for their whole well-being.Look for pink reminders at both library sites, all the schools, the Parking Authority, courthouse, Health Department, and Board of Education through the month of May. Seniors enjoy Brazilian music concert and lunch at Houlihan’sMore than 60 senior citizens from Guttenberg made the trip to Lincoln Harbor in Weehawken on Thursday, May 3 to enjoy the free concert “Brazil from A to Z” featuring 14-time Grammy Award winner Paquito D’Rivera, a local resident.Named a Jazz Master by the National Endowment for the Arts, and recipient of a Lifetime Achievement Award from Carnegie Hall for his contributions to Latin music, D’Rivera led a trio featuring mandolin player Danilo Brito and guitarist Joao Luiz through a rousing set of instrumental music.The performance was followed by a hearty three-course lunch at Houlihan’s, including appetizers and dessert. The afternoon outing was arranged by Senior Services Coordinator Marisol Montañez with assistance from Nutritionist and Site Manager Alicia Hernandez, as part of Guttenberg’s ongoing series of activities for senior residents. Three bus trips were required to ferry the crowd of happy seniors back and forth to the event.The concert was sponsored in part by the Hudson Reporter.