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St Columbas Comprehensive School Reunion 1969, 1970, 1971 & 1972

On the 30th of July of the August bank Holiday Weekend in 2011 former Classes from the Comprehensive School of 1969, 1970, 1971 & 1972 will come together to celebrate around 40 years since they entered the doors of the Comprehensive School in Glenties.  As this is a combination of four different years we are anticipating a very special occasion.  As people from those years have spread all over the world it may be difficult for us to contact all so we are asking each individual past pupil from those years to contact some of the Committee by way of e-mail or telephone  to confirm attendance.  Please contact us now to ensure this event takes place.

Ann (Byrne) Moy – 086 8588530 –
Shirley Baskin Morris – 087 9701302
Michael McCole – 087 2305833
Donal Haughey – 086 2341061
Paul McHugh – 074 9541860
Gerard Slowey – 087 2467969
Mary Ita (O’Donnell) Boyle 087 9038263
Bernie (Keeney) Burke – 074 9551524
Pauline (Boyce) McGill – 074 9551981
Mary (Gavigan) Breslin – 087 3180396
Stephen McCahill – 087 2424590
Daniel Ward – 087 1304485

Narin & Portnoo Golf Club Notes 30th September 2010

John Callaghan pipped Hugh Boyle in winning the Ulster Bank stableford at the weekend. The weather was fine on the day, though somewhat breezy. The twenty-handicapper held his game together on the front nine while many stumbled, and once he turned for home, the points were accumulated with ease. A par on ten yielded four points, as did a great birdie on thirteen. The final tally was forty points, a splendid effort and a worthy winning score.

Pat McGee of Killybegs won the Wednesday Open by four points, a tribute to his fine ball-striking. The damage was done on the front nine, a lovely par-par-birdie start just the tonic on a cool day. He added eighteen points to the twenty-four points he achieved on the way out for a total of forty-two.

Those intending to go on Seamus McDonagh’s Captain’s Outing to Ballyliffin on October 9th and 10th should pay their special rate of 110 euro per person sharing (non-golfers are welcome to come for just 80 euro) as soon as possible. This can be done in the Pro Shop. The fee covers two rounds of golf, bed and breakfast, an evening meal and prize-fund.

September 22: Wednesday Open 1. Pat McGee (17) 42; 2. Jack McCann (18) 38; 3. Tommy Philbin (16) 37; Twos: 2 balls

September 26: Ulster Bank 1. John Callaghan (20) 40; 2. Hugh Boyle (21) 39; 3. John McBride (10) 38; Cat A Joe McLoone (10) 36; Cat B Lyle Taggart (14) 37; Cat C Mark Diver (20) 37; Nines: Michael Fitzmaurice (22) 20; John Molloy (6) 20; C.S.S. 73; Twos: 3 balls

Sunday October 3: Fourball betterball open

Wednesday, October 6: Wednesday Open, ladies and gents, single stableford, 20 euro entry for G.U.I. visitors, including green fee