Emma O'Driscoll

Ryan and Mehaffey make matchplay at Sandwich

Casteltroy's Chloe Ryan and Royal County Down Ladies' Olivia Mehaffey made Thursday's matchplay stages of the Ladies' British Open Amateur Championship at Royal St George's.

Ryan and Mehaffey make matchplay at Sandwich

Moynihan six back in Scotland; Sexton best at St Andrews

The Island's Gavin Moynihan is the best of the Irish, six shots behind Australia's Geoff Drakeford in the Carrick Neill Scottish Open Stroke Play Championship at Panmure.

Moynihan six back in Scotland; Sexton best at St Andrews

O'Driscoll third in Wales but Curtis Cup in the balance for Ryan and Grant

Ballybunion's Emma O'Discoll finished tied third in the Welsh Ladies Open Stroke Play Championship but it remains to be seen if Eilidh Briggs victory at Prestantyn will leave Casltetroy's Chloe Ryan and Lisburn's Paula Grant relying on the two selectors picks for a Curtis Cup call up on Tuesday.

O'Driscoll third in Wales but Curtis Cup in the balance for Ryan and Grant

O'Driscoll just four behind in Wales

Ballybunion's Emma O'Driscoll added a four under 71 to her opening 75 to go into the final round of the Welsh Ladies Open Stroke Play Championship just four strokes off the lead at Prestatyn Golf Club.

O'Driscoll just four behind in Wales

Sensational Doyle seventh in Portugal

The Heath's Mary Doyle carded the low round of the day — a three under par 69 — to claim a share of seventh place in the Portuguese International Ladies Amateur Open in Lisbon.

Sensational Doyle seventh in Portugal

O'Driscoll tied third in Portugal after sizzling 68

Ballybunion's Emma O'Driscoll fired a super 68 to go into today's final round of the Portuguese International Ladies Amateur Championship in a five-way tie for third place.

O'Driscoll tied third in Portugal after sizzling 68

Gribben and O'Driscoll master Murvagh

Ballybunion’s Emma O’Driscoll won the ladies individual title in the Irish Colleges Strokeplay Championship at Dongegal GC. Archive picture: Pat Cashman/cashmanphotography.ie The University of Ulster captured the Irish Colleges Stroke Play championship in impressive fashion at Donegal Golf Club, finishing eight shots ahead of NUI Maynooth with Trinity College Redhawks in third place, writes the GUI.

MacLaren sets the pace at Castle

Meghan Maclaren shot a one under 71 to lead after the first round of the Irish Women’s Amateur Open at Castle.Irish Intervarsity champion Paula Grant is the nearest home challenger to England’s Meghan MacLaren entering the final round of the Irish Women’s Amateur Open Strokeplay at Castle.

O'Driscoll wins Connacht Girls

Ballybunion's Emma O'Driscoll claimed the Connaught Girls Open Championship at Co. Sligo for her second Connaught title this year with a gross score of 238.

Emma O'DriscollShe beat Warrenpoint's Tara Gribben by one shot and Enniscrone's Sarah Helly by two in a tightly fought contest over 54 holes on a very testing course at Co. Sligo.

Emma won the Connacht Senior matchplay title nearly three weeks ago when she beat Sarah Helly 5&3 in the final in Athlone.

238 Emma O Driscoll (Ballybunion) 79 78 81
239 Tara Gribben (Warrenpoint) 78 78 83
240 Sarah Helly (Enniscrone) 80 81 79
246 Niamh O'Connor (Naas) 82 81 83
247 Paula Grant (Lisburn) 79 82 86
248 Carla Reynolds (Seapoint) 83 83 82
248 Chloe Fitzpatrick(The Heath) 81 82 85