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are the inaugural winners of the Munster section of the Irish Boys Interclub
Championship after they led the scoring in Tramore Golf Club. The Kerry club had a two stroke winning
margin over neighbours Tralee in a close final. The stableford condition counts the best three cards from the team of
winning Ballybunion team was comprised of James O‘Callaghan, Edmond Healy, Sean
Malone, Mark Galvin and Ewan McHale and the
team manager was Ed Stack. Tramore was in
great condition for the final, with fast greens and firm fairways. The wind blew hard for much of the day,
testing all of the young golfers. The
leading golfer on the day was Tralee’s Lochlann Morrison, the 16 handicapper
returned 44 points in testing conditions.
This was the first staging of the new competition which saw almost 50
teams compete at four provincial venues.
The top two teams from each section qualified for the provincial final.
Long, Chairman Munster Golf congratulated Ballybunion on winning the inaugural
title, and he thanked the Officers, staff and volunteers of Tramore Golf Club
for hosting the finals. He also thanked
Kevin Murray and John Fennessy from Munster Golf for running the event. Ballybunion will now return to Tramore to
represent Munster at the national finals which take place at the end of
1 Ballybunion 110
2 Tralee 108
3 Mahon 108
4 Waterford Castle 102
5 Kinsale 99
6 Lahinch 97
7 Ennis 97
8 Youghal 95
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