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Quality galore at Portrush as North reduced to sweet 16

The cream rose to the top on the first day of matchplay combat in the Cathedral Eye sponsored North of Ireland Championship with a host of challengers for international caps moving into the last 16.

Quality galore at Portrush as North reduced to sweet 16

Gleeson shines in Wales as Mullen wins by 9

England's Jimmy Mullen left the rest for dead in the Welsh Open Strokeplay at Ashburnham, closing with rounds of 70 and 69 to win by nine shots on 15 under par.

Gleeson shines in Wales as Mullen wins by 9

Hot Holland equals course record to challenge in Welsh Open Strokeplay

Castle’s Daniel Holland has been threatening to do big things since he won the Mullingar Scratch Trophy two years ago. Today he has a chance to make his mark after a course record equalling 65 left him a shot behind England’s Jimmy Mullen ahead of the final 36 holes of the Welsh Open Stroke Play Championship at Ashburnham.

Hot Holland equals course record to challenge in Welsh Open Strokeplay

Gleeson shows East of Ireland form in Welsh Strokeplay

Irish Intervarsity champion Alex Gleeson will be one of the men to watch in next weekend's CityNorth Hotel sponsored East of Ireland Amateur Open at County Louth.

Gleeson shows East of Ireland form in Welsh Strokeplay

Muskerry end 61-year wait for AIG Barton Shield

Muskerry made a long-awaited return to the top table of Irish team golf when they won the AIG Barton Shield at Carton House, writes the GUI.*

Muskerry end 61-year wait for AIG Barton Shield

Holland the clear winner in Mullingar

Daniel Holland (Castle) holes out on the final green to win the Mullingar Scratch Trophy. Picture by Pat CashmanCastle’s Daniel Holland broke the hearts of the huge home gallery when he left Des Morgan in his wake and cruised to a three-shot win with a brilliant final round performance in the Mullingar Scratch Trophy.

Morgan one clear in Mullingar

Daniel Holland and Des Morgan swap cards after the third round.Des Morgan has a one stroke lead with a round to play in the Mullingar Scratch Cup but with just six shots separating the top 14, a tight finish looks certain.

Morgan dream alive at Mullingar

Dessie Morgan hits his tee shot at the fifh on the first day of the Mullingar Scratch Cup. Picture: Thos Caffrey www.golffile.ie…Des Morgan kept his dream of a first home win in the Mullingar Scratch Trophy alive when he added a 70 to his superb five under 67 to take a two stroke lead over Castle’s Daniel Holland into today’s 36-hole finale.