[lang_ie]Chríochnaigh Cumann Galf CGDnG mar is eol ag deireadh na bliana nuair a bhí an turas deirineach acu don Bhliain 2012 thuas ag Cumann Galf Bhun Dobhráin. Ba é seo an lá deirineach mar Chaptaen do Paddy McDaid agus le suas le ceithre imreoir a dtiocfadh leo Buaiteoir Imreoir Galf na Bliana 2012 a bhaint amach – is cinnte go raibh comórtas gearr ann ar an lá. Sa deireadh ba é Oliver Plunkett, múinteoir ó Ghairmscoil na Mainistreach, Baile Dhún na nGall a tháinig amach ar bharr le scór iontach de 92 pointe. Seo an chéad uair do Oliver an phríomhdhuais a bhaint amach. Bhí Seán Murphy ó Choláiste Cranncha (le 84 pointe) sa dara háit agus Martin Gallen ó Phríomhoifigí an Coiste Gairmoideachais sa tríú háit le 82 pointe. Is mór an obair a rinne Oliver an duais a bhaint agus é ag imirt ó chis ghailf de 6. Comhghairdeas leat.
Bhí Kevin Murphy le 41 pointe an buaiteoir ar an lá agus le Gearóid Ó Dochartaigh agus Paul McGinley (ní hé an Paul céanna!!) pointe nó dhó ar chúl Kevin. Buaiteoirí eile le duaiseanna ar an lá nó Sean Murphy, Jim McGlynn agus Ruairi de Faoite. Maith sibh.Tar éis sin agus bliain eile thart bhí béile agus sólaistí san Óstán an Great Northern – áit a raibh an Cruinniú Ceann Bliana i gcuideachta Bronnadh na nDuaiseanna do 2012. Rinne Captaen na Bliana 2012, Paddy McDaid cuir síos ar an bhliain ghailf a bhí acu agus tugadh buíochas agus comhghairdeas d’achan duine agus na Cumainn Ghailf uile a bhí mar úsáid acu. D’ainmnigh Paddy a chara Ruairi de Faoite mar Chaptaen i mbliana 2013. Leis an méid anseo tá Bileog Eolais ag tabhairt eolas iomlán ar an bhliain galf atá amach romhainn agus an chéad turas anois i Murvagh an deireadh seachtaine seo chugainn. – Dé Sathairn 9 Márta. Bainigí sult as.[/lang_ie]
[lang_en-uk]The Donegal VEC golf society rounded off another excellent year with the traditional New Year outing to Bundoran Golf Club. Society captain Paddy Mc Daid could not have wished for a better day to round off his successful year as captain, with Bundoran resplendent in winter sunshine. Going into the final outing of the season there were no fewer than four golfers in with a chance of winning the coveted Golfer of the Year title. In the end it was society stalwart and Abbey Vocational School teacher Oliver Plunkett who prevailed to win the title on a fine score of 92 Golfer of the year points to claim his first VEC title. Sean Murphy, formerly of Crana College was the gallant runner up on 84 points, closely tailed by Martin Gallen of VEC head office on 82 points. Oliver’s victory was a hard earned and very well deserved one off a handicap of 6. Congratulations Oliver.
The winner on the day itself was Kevin Murphy with a superb effort of 41pts again off single figures, superb shooting. Runner-up was Gearoid O Dochartaigh with an excellent 40pts, closely followed by Paul Mc Ginley on 39pts. The remaining prizewinners were Sean Murphy 37pts, Jim Mc Glynn 34pts and Rory White 33pts. The society then rounded off what was a very enjoyable year in the comfortable surroundings of the Great Northern Hotel with a fine meal followed by the presentation of the Golfer of the Year perpetual trophy to Oliver as well as the other prizes. At the society’s AGM afterwards outgoing captain Paddy Mc Daid reflected on his year and thanked everyone who helped in any way to make his year so special and successful. On finishing Paddy proposed Rory White of Finn Valley College as the incoming captain for 2013.
Also here is a copy of the Pamphlet of Information for 2013 and indeed the First Outing is in Murvagh Golf Course, Donegal Town this weekend. (Saturday March 9th). Membership Forms can be had by contacting Rory or Marcel . [/lang_en-uk]