Castle Golf Club

David Kinsella bows out after 50 years with family victory; triumphant Irish Seniors return home

As he prepares to retire at the end of the year following 50 years at Castle, David Kinsella celebrated with his son Ross, who was on the winning Catle team in the final of the FBD Barton Cup against Clontarf.

David Kinsella bows out after 50 years with family victory; triumphant Irish Seniors return home

Joshua McCabe wins Titleist-Footjoy Leinster Under 13 Series

Roganstown's Joshua McCabe claimed the Titleist Footjoy sponsored Leinster Under 13 Series at Castle. He was one of the leading qualifiers for the final from July's outing at Malahide.

Joshua McCabe wins Titleist-Footjoy Leinster Under 13 Series

Four-time Finlan a winner again in Castle Father and Son

More than 500 golfers representing over 100 golf clubs participated in the All Ireland Father and on at Castle. But in the end there was a familiar name on the famous trophy as Michael Finlan from Dunmurry Springs won for the fourth time since 1979 and the third in 11 years.

Four-time Finlan a winner again in Castle Father and Son

Carton House claim Leinster Senior Cup

Colin Cunningham celebrates Carton House’s victory over Dun Laighaire in the Leinster Senior Cup final at Bray. Picture Pat Cashman/www.cashmanphotography.ieCarton House beat Dun Laoghaire 3.5 - 1.5 to claim the Leinster title in the Irish Senior Cup at Bray.

Castle and Killymoon in celebration mode

Castle celebrate with the Senior Cup. Pic by Pat CashmanFormer GAA All-Star Conor Deegan picked up his fourth All Ireland medal when he helped Dublin club Castle claim its first Chartis sponsored Irish Senior Cup pennant with a 3-2 win over Warrenpoint at Kinsale.

His 2 and 1 win over David Barron levelled a thrilling decider that went to the final green of the final match with Daniel Holland clinching Castle’s first Senior Cup in the club’s 99-year history with a two-hole win over Ryan Gribben.

Another Fred Daly title for County Sligo

County Sligo’s Fred Daly team celebrates at Loughrea. Picture by Hany MarzoukSean Flanagan was the matching winning hero as County Sligo clinched the Fred Daly Trophy for the second time in five years with a 5-2 win over Faithlegg.

Castle young guns blast Portmarnock, first Senior Cup pennant for 99 years

Kevin McIntyre presents Paschal Taggart with the Chartis Insurance sponsored 2012 Senior Cup pennant after their victory over Portmarnock at Hermitage. Front (L-R) Alex Gleeson, Fintan Buckley (President, GUI), Daniel Holland. Back (L-R) Jim Pender, James Hamby, Jack Walsh, Peter McKeever, Conor Deegan, Ronan Burke, Jim Mulready and Harry Gleeson. Picture by Pat CashmanTeenagers Alex Gleeson, Jack Walsh and Dan Holland all won their matches to give Castle a 3-2 win over All Ireland champions Portmarnock at Hermitage and the first Senior Cup pennant in the club’s 99-year history.