The Allied Irish Bank Moville sponsored both days competitions at Greencastle over the weekend, and there were good turnouts for both events. On Saturday a ladies and gents open was played. In the ladies section Joy Quigg (26) made short work in winning with 40 points, one of the best scores by a lady this year. Three pars on the back nine gave her a closing half of 22 points. In the gents section, Nigel Davenport (8) is now seeing the rewards for all of the practice he is putting in. A two over par round included birdies on the seventh and the sixteenth holes and gave him a winning total of 42 points. In second place was P J O’Toole (19) on 40 points. On the front nine he recorded four pars and a birdie. Liam Clarke (20) has settled well into the club and he collected yet another prize with 39 points and third place. The gross went to Paddy Monagle (29 points), and the nines to Stephen Corbett (21 points) and Declan Carlin (23 points). On Sunday, the gents singles stableford was won by Philip Devlin (14) when he had 43 points to win by two shots. Four pars and a birdie at the seventh on the front nine, were followed by a further birdies at the tenth and fifteenth. This is excellent golf from Philip who plays each weekend. His usual playing partners Thomas Doherty (23) and Gerry McQuillan (12) had their own battle after both came in with 41 points. Thomas won the break of tie with a better back nine. City ofDerryvisitor Mark o’Doherty won the gross prize with 29 points. The nines went to Enda Brogan and Liam Edwards, both with 23 points. This weekend Moville GAA have the use of the course for their annual GOLF CLASSIC. There are still some places available and these can be reserved by contacting the club. Sundays competition is the Port a Carraig Cup, the latest in the Player of the Year events. Also on Sunday, the club’s Junior cup team represent the club in the qualifying atRoePark. The Mary Bonner Memorial Cup was lifted by Margaret Dolan last Thursday after she had a wonderful score of 39 points. She was three clear of Kathleen Faulkner whose 35 points gave her second place. A further point back was Phil Cooke, and Frances Harkin won the gross prize. The C.S.S. was 35 points.