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Caption: The winning GUI team, back row from Alex Gleeson, Conor O'Rourke, Kevin Le Blanc, Jonathan Yates, Mark Power, Colm Campbell. Front row, from left Ronan Killeen (MD, Galway Bay Golf Resort), Michael Carey, Tony Goode (Team Captain), Peter Sinclair (President, GUI), Eugene Dalton (Corrib Oil, Sponsors), Sean Keenan (Captain, Galway Bay Golf Club). - image courtesy of Cashman PhotographyRESULTS - CLICK HERE Both sides had to settle for a draw as the Carey Cup finished level at Galway Bay but the GUI retained the trophy as reigning champions.Wins for Colm Campbell, Jonathan Yates and Conor O'Rourke secured a tie for Tony Goode's side. Another half point was needed for overall victory and Trevor Randolph ensured that it eluded the Irish with a one-hole win against Kevin Le Blanc.Le Blanc won 17 to keep his match alive, having gone down when Randolph birdied 16. With both players putting for birdie at the last, Le Blanc's effort from 15-feet just missed and Randolph was able to secure his point with a par.
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Earlier, Darren Goldstein and Ethan Ng had won the first two matches to put MGA in position for victory. Conor O'Rourke bucked the trend and won his third point of the week with another impressive display against Brian Komline, winning 3&2.Naas clubmate Jonathan Yates produced the same result against Tyler Cline for his third win. Colm Campbell never trailed against Steward Hagestad, low amateur at The Masters.Campbell pitched in for eagle at the 14th, which was only good enough for a half when Hagestad rolled in a 15-footer. By that stage, Campbell was in control and he closed out a 4&3 win.
Results - Wednesday 17th May