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Glenryan travel in vain to Residence ladies

Glenryan Tavern ladies travelled to the Residence for their match-up in the Cork Darts Organisation ladies A division league on Thursday night last and will surely be disappointed with the return of just the one point from the clash as they went down by 4-1 to the home side.

Sandra Dowdall, Caroline Coutts, Yvonne O’Brien and Maria Healy all won for the Residence while the only point for the Glenryan was won by Mary O’Connor.

Friars Walk Tavern played host to Horgan’s ladies also in the A division league and it was the away side who came out better in this meeting as they won three from the five points available on the night.

Horgan’s were first to score as Nuala Madden took the opener for her team but games three and four went to the Tavern through wins from Annette Hawkins and Carina Nova.

However it was Horgan’s who finished the stronger as wins by Liz Madden and Sadie Hurley earned them three points from their visit over the bridge.

Joshua Tree  made good use of their home advantage against the visiting Ma Dullea’s side as they ran out 4-1 winners on the night against their old foes.

Winners for the Joshua Tree were Ciara Haugh, Breda Barrett, Mary Nugent and Kelley Ford while the sole point winner for Ma Dullea’s was Lillian Walsh.

Over in the ladies B division league the Gallows ladies were at home to the Glenryan Tavern second team and it was the Glenryan Tavern who came through to win as they accumulated wins fromKelley Ann Byrne, Susan Herlihy and Lilly Byrne with replies for the Gallows coming from Martina Doolan and Sinéad  Warboys.

The Local filled the mini-bus as they travelled to Glanmire to take on the Widows but they made the best of the travel as they came away with all five points from their outing.

Winners for the Local in their 5-0 whitewash were Kay Monaher, Charlotte Barry, Mary O’Neill, Martina Murphy and Christine O’Mahony.

Setting the early pace in the Fosters super division of the men’s league are the Harp Bar after their defeat of the Joshua Tree on Monday night last at the Blarney Street venue by 5-2 this result following on from the Harps defeat on opening night of the Top of the Hill by the same scoreline.

Maple Leaf after their 5-2 win on their maiden outing went down by the same score at home against the Tower Bar while the Top of the Hill recovered from their loss by getting the better of Hennessy’s 4-3 and in the remaining game in the Fosters super division Groves ran out 5-2 winners at home against the Riverstown Inn.

Delegate meeting Tuesday night at Horgan’s.

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