Paul Maloney, Nenagh GC, in action against Connemara Isles in Strandhill Picture: Golffile
Nenagh Golf Club will meet Westmanstown in the men’s Fred Perry Four Balls Final, after both teams won their semi-finals at a wet and windy Strandhill GC in Sligo this Thursday.
The teams will go head-to-head over this Friday at the links course.
Nenagh reached the decider after a 3.5-1.5 win over Connemara Isles. Paul Maloney and Garry Howard defeated Sean Ó Cualain and Joe Geoghegan on the 18th to send the Tipperary team through
Westmanstown won the all-Dublin tie against Hermitage with a 3.5-1.5 win. Eamon O’Grady and Joe O’Brien beat Fran Hurley and Robert Byrne 3&2 to help their side book their place in Friday’s final.
Semi-final details: Nenagh 3.5 Connemara Isles 1.5
Padraic Ó Conghaile and Liam Ó Maoloadha lost to Jim Gleeson and Billy Burke 2&1
Sean Ó Cualain and Joe Geoghegan lost to Paul Maloney and Garry Howard one hole
Conor O’Malley and Vince Larkin beat Mike Ryan and William Harty 5&4
Donal Standun and Eamonn O’Brien lost to George Hayes and Sean Minogue 3&2
Seasamh Ó Cualain and Nollaig Ó Tighearnaigh halved with Pat J Hogan and Dinny Ryan
Garry Howard of Nenagh GC shows his delight following his one-hole victory in the Fred Perry semi-finals with team member Paul Maloney Picture: Golffile
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