Club Teams/Managers 2017 News


Team Results


Best Cup


Stackstown had yet another nail biting finish to the match against Elm Park when Jim Healy/ Frank McGrath came

from two down with two to play, in the deciding match, to win on the 20th. This was a terrific team win as again we

had 3 matches away with only 2 at home. Leo McEvitt/Frank Newman also won at home 5/4 whilst Jim O'Connor/Colin O'Neill

had a 4/3 away win. Also away Paul Deegan/Bill O'Connell lost 1up and TonyO'Mahony/John O'Neill lost 2/1. Congratulations

to both teams for a tremendous performance on the day.

The next round will be either Hollystown or Balbriggan.


Kind Regards

Brendan Tuckey


Managers: Joan Moore and Larry O'Connor

Another nail biting finish against Lucan  on Friday the 16th.Stackstown are now into the Leinster Quarter Final  and play Greystones before the 9th July  .As usual Liam Tyrell and Anne O'Connor  won 5 and 4 followed by a  new pairing of  of Peter Horn and Rebecca Rush who finished strongly to win on 19. In the 3rd Home Match Paddy Murphy and Mary Grogan came back from 2down with 2 to play to level the match on 18 when they were called in because Enda O'Halloran and Fiona Neill won 2and1 in Lucan.  The second away pair of Brian Flanagan and Mary Brennan  went down fighting.

We had three matches away in the third round against Elm Park.Brian Flanagan and Mary Brennan coasted to a 4 and 2 victory, Enda O'Halloran and Fiona Neill went down fighting while Paddy Murphy and Delores Nulty lost on the 19th (Paddy shot 74 in the morning to win the Junior Scratch Cup in Stackstown). At home Liam Tyrell and Ann O'Connor continued their superb form in this competition and closed out their match on the 14th for a 5 and 4 win.The pressure was on the final pairing of Larry O'Connor and Mary Grogan who again got off to a slow start going 3 down after 9.Wins on 10,13 and 15 levelled the match only to go 1 down again after 16,the 17 th was halved and a regulation par on 18 was good enough to take the match to the 19th.A large group of supporters had gathered around the 1st green and spurred on by the great show of support Mary holed from 4 feet for par to win the match.

Next Lucan Before 18th June 3 away again. 

The 2nd round was played on Sat. 22nd April V Dun Laoghaire. This proved to be a very tough challenge. The Dun  Laoghaire team playing in Stackstown lined out with men playing off handicaps of +2 , +1 and 4.Paddy Murphy and Delores Nulty playing in the first match found themselves behind early but fought hard to stay in the match. Three down with three to play they used their shot on 16 to reduce the deficit to two. A superb long put by Paddy on 17 sent us up 18 one down. Winning the 18th squared the match and sent them into extra holes.The 19th was halved and on the 20th Delores sank an 8 ft downhill right to left putt to win the match. In the 2nd match Liam Tyrell and Ann O'Connor played their usual steady golf to win on the 17th. In the 3rd match Larry O'Connor and Mary Grogan were in a very close match with never more than one hole in it until going two up after 15. A birdie four on the 16th by Dul Laoghaire reduced the match to one hole. The 17th was halved in fours and a par on 18 was good enough to secure victory. In Dun Laoghaire Brian Flanagan and Mary Brennan came from 4 down to be all square playing 18 when called in. Enda O'Halloran and Fiona Neil were also level coming to 18 when they were called in.This was a great win against a very strong side and the closness of the matches can only help us in the next match giving us the confidence to grind out a result.

1st round played on Sunday 26th March V Old Conna. Won 3.5 to 1.5- Having three matches away this was a great result .Brian Flanagan and Dymphna Donegan secured the away point while Liam Tyrell and Ann O' Connor had a comfortable 4 and three win at home .Securing the second home win proved a little more difficult. Larry O'Connor and Mary Grogan went three down after nine and had to dig deep to level the match after 14 .The last 4 holes were halved and the match went up 19 which was halved. A great tee shot from Mary reminiscent of her shot to the 4th tie hole in Milltown last year landed 10 ft from the pin and a three was good enough to win the match..Meanwhile in Old Conna Enda O'Halloran and Fiona Neil were playing the 19th (not the bar) having come back from 4 down early on .The third away pairing of Garret Sweeney and Mary lost to a very strong home pair.

Senior Cup

Manager: Larry O'Connor

First Round  Sat. 24th June @ 8.20 in Killeen

Barton Shield

Manager: Larry O'Connor

The team of Conor Ryan/Niall Kinsella and Liam De Veale/Jonathan Rutledge failed to qualify  for the matchplay rounds  

Junior Cup

Manager: Brian Flanagan

Qualifying  Sat. 10th June @ 8.20 in Rathfarnham.

On a windy day Stackstown put in a solid performance and only missed qualifying by two strokes. Thanks to Brian and his team of John Joyce,John McAuliffe,Liam Tyrell,Sean Bergin and Peter Horn and reserves Mark Webster and Larry O'Connor.

YJimmy Bruen Shield 

Manager: Paddy Murphy

Qualifying June  Sat. June 17 th @ 8.40am in Edmonstown

Pierce Purcell Shield

Manager:  Frank Connell

Qualifying  Sat. 14th May @ 10.40 am..  Manager Frank and team prepared well but failed to qualify on the day. Thanks to all the panel for their efforts and we will try again next year

Barton Cup

Manager: Colin Long

Sunday 9th April Stackstown went down fighting against Powerscourt . With three matches away it was always going to be difficult.Powerscourt won 3-2 after a very hard battle.

Barton Cup April 2017.pdf

Metropolitan Cup

Manager:  Jeff Gavin

Easter Monday was a good day for Stackstown when our Metropolitan Cup team defeated Rathfarnham 7-2. John O'Hara,Ray O'Connor,Dara Carey and Tony Power won at home while Barry McCarthy and Pat Ball won away  .Eddie Doyle lost on the 19th at home while the remaining two Players Peadar Hogan and Paul Kingston were called in. A great team performance led by Jeff,Martin and Enda.

Metro team marches on to another great victory defeating Castle 5-4 in a very tight match.The home players Dara Carey,Eddie Doyle,Kevin Doyle and Ray O'Connor all won.Dara won 18 to square his match and a regulation par on 19 was good enough to secure victory.Barry McCarthy secured the away point. Jim Kavanagh,Paul Kingston,Peadar Hogan and Pat Ball all gave a good account of themselves especially Pat taking a very promising 13 year old to the 17th. 

On Sunday 27th May We played Grange .Five matches away and four at home . Grange were the better team on the day winning 5.5 to 3.5 in a very close contest . Many thanks to Jeff and his players for representing Stackstown in the true spirit of competition.


All Ireland Fourball

Manager: Pat  Walsh


Stackstown Teams continue to win against the head .The west course in Powerscourt is a very difficult and tricky test of golf and with three of the five matches away it was always going to be a tough task. Dermot McMahon and Leo McEvitt got us off to a fine start with a 5 and 4 win .Brendan King and Bill O' Connell(number 5) followed up with a 2 and 1 victory. At home we were struggling but the formidable Mayo pairing of John Manley and Larry lefty Conway fought back from an impossible 4 down with 5 to play and won on the 19th. The othe two pairings of John O'Neill and Dave Lynch away and Colm O' Neill  and Andy Curry lost to very strong Powerscourt pairings..

In the 2nd round V Charlesland on Sunday 23rd April Stackstown won three matches at home.Vincent Farrell and Alan Harvey won 7/6 followed by Captain Frank McGrath and Aidan Hayes winning 5/4 and Leo McEvitt and Dermot McMahon winning 4/3. The two away matches which were due to start late were not played due to the death of a Charlesland member on the course. 

Stackstown have qualified for the 4th round by defeating Elm Park on Super Sunday.( three ladies and two men's teams winning)  The away team having started earlier than the home team won their matches   . John O'Neill - John Manley 4/3, Dave Lynch and Bill O' Connell on the 19th.At home Vincent Farrell-Andy Curry 7/6 . The other two matches were called in with Dermot McMahon- Leo McEvitt dormy 4 up and Capt. Frank McGrath with Aidan Hayes 1up  after 15. With this convincing win competition for places is hotting up.

"On We Go"and into the Leinster Quarter Finals  All Ireland Fourball Team Stackstown 4  Grange 1.  At home Dave Lynch and John Manley won 4 and 3,Dermot McMahon and Alan Harvey won 2 and 1and Adam Curry and John Conroy were called in after 18 all square.In Grange Eamon Flaherty and John O'Neill secured the match with a 2 and 1 win.Eugene Banks and Bill 'O'Connell were also playing 18 when called in.

Super Seniors

Manager:  Tony Maher

In the first match of the group stages Stackstown travelled to Old Conna hoping to win two points . A fantastic performance by all the players saw  us secure all five points. 

Team: Frank Kavanagh/Cathal Griffin- Dave Rickard /Patsy O'Connor- Tom Hickey/Frank Newman

Brian Woods/Jim Healy- Dave McNamara/Michael Whelan

Reserve: John O'Neill

Another great victory V Edmonstown winning 5-0 again 

In the 3rd match of the group stages we won 3.5 to 1.5 against hermitage . We only need a half point in Portmarnock to win our group and put us in the Quarter Finals.

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The final match in the group saw Stackstown traveling to Portmarnock only needing a half match to reach the quarter finals. A very strong performance by Dave McNamara and Tony O'Mahony winning 5 and 4 encouraged the rest of the team to raise their game.Patsy O' Connor and John O' Neill secured the second point on the 18th and Jim Kavanagh playing with Frank Newman sank a 15 foot putt on 18 to half their match. Tom Kiely a last minute replacement for the injured Frank Kavanagh playing with Cathal Griffin put in a very credible performance only to be pipped to the post on the last hole. Jim Healy and Vincent Rafter gallantly fought but unfortunately lost to the home sides strongest pairing. We now await the quarter final draw.

Quarter Final: Grange V Stackstown at 10 am on Monday 12th June. Three matches away and two at home. 

🏌🏽👍😀 Stupendous super Seniors slay Grange 4-1 securing a semi final place against either Headford or Borris. At home Frank Kavanagh and Cathal Griffin won on 18 and Jim Kavanagh with Frank Newman were all square on 16 when called in. In Grange Dave Rickard and Tommy Hickey set the tone with a 3/2 win playing magnificent golf. In the second match Patsy O'Connor and Michael Whelan were about to go up 19 when called in. The third pair of Dave McNamara and Tony O'Mahony produced the best golf of the day to win on the 15th. This was a fantastic performance against a very strong Grange team. Many thanks to our reserves Jim Healy and Vincent Rafter at home and Brian Woods with John O'Neill in Grange for their support and encouragement.


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