Mary Takes Over Captaincy at Redcastle

Wood Driver by Golf Ball June 2000
Wood Driver by Golf Ball June 2000

Last year’s Lady Captain, Cora O’Doherty, handed over the role of Redcastle Lady Captain to the 2013 incumbent, Mary McArthur (pictured below), following last Monday’s Annual General Meeting which took place in the Redcastle Hotel.

Cora spoke of how much she had enjoyed her Lady Captain’s year and she extended her congratulations to Mary on her new role wishing her every success for the incoming year.

Greencastle Ladies

Greencastle Ladies played the next round of their Winter League on Thursday last.

After the scores were tallied up, the league table now reads - Sparrows, 74 points; Robins, 70; Eagles, 65; Magpies, 62; Ravens, 58; Kestrels, 58; Thrushes, 52; Wrens, 52; Swallows, 51; Swifts, 47; Falcons, 47; Finches, 44 and Larks, 36.

Next Thursday, the competition will be a Members’ Prize.

Letterkenny Ladies

Congratulations to Bridie Gildea and Kay Kelly on winning the “Daily Mail” competition on Saturday last. The winning ladies go forward to represent Letterkenny in this competition which has always been popular with our club members. The draw for the first round will take place in early February when Kay and Bridie will find out which club they meet. Good luck to both.

Weather permitting, the annual Drive-In will take place this Sunday, Fenbruary 3rd when when Lady Captain Sandra, Mr. Captain Henry and Mr. President Barry will drive into office and thus launch the club’s Centenary celebrations.

Entries and draw will take place at 10.00 a.m. with the traditional Drive-In commencing at 11.00 a.m.

Annual subscriptions are now due and all members who supplied an e-mail address will have received their bills by this method of distribution. Please contact Dermot Condon should you have any queries regarding subscriptions and don’t forget, there is a free draw for those members who have signed up before the end of January for a free 2014 subscription.

Used mobile phones are still needed to help us reach the magic number of 250 so that we can get a defibrillator for the club, so if you have any lying around, please leave them into the collection box in the front hall.