Eugene O'Mahoney Wins Club ChampionshipTennis - Club Championships:
We had a great week to run the RyanMotorPower Club Championships, after a long hard Open season for many of our players. Congratulations to Eugene O'Mahoney, former Ballybacon hurling star, who continued his great season by winning the Div. 1 singles by beating Gerry Burke. Eugene teamed up with new club member John Coleman to win the Grade 1,2,3 doubles against the experienced pairing of Declan Tarrant and Michael Murray. In the mixed Annmaire and Michael Maroney won against Eugene O'Mahoney and Mary Wall. Annmaire Moroney and Mary Wall teamed up to win the ladies doubles. James Reilly won the Div. 4 singles against Aidan Gaughran. Aidan enjoyed success in the Div. 4 doubles with Jonathan Cooney. In the grade 5 events, Alison Walsh won the ladies singles and due to her success on the circuit, is now promoted to grade 4. Richard Thompson won the singles against David Johnson and teamed up with Paul Garrett to win the doubles. Eugene Cooney and Annmaire Quigley won the mixed grade 5. Deirdre Garrett and Gillian Barry won the doubles, beating Gail Johnson and Sandra Charles in the final. It was very pleasing to see a wide variety of players featuring and thanks to all who participated.
RyanMotorPower Tennis Club Championship Winners, L to R, Richard Thompson, Eugene O'Mahoney, Aidan Gaughran, Declan Tarrant, Deirdre Garrett, Michael Murray, David Johnson, Gerry Burke, with Hon. Life Vice President Frank Gubbins.Pitch and Putt
The final Tuesday night scramble of the season took place on the 25th September. We've done well to keep it going as long but the darkness is drawing in quicker each week. The winners on the night were the team of Paul Sweeney, Kathleen Foran and John Cooney. Runners Up spot went to Joe Hickey, Nora Whelan and Evelyn Cahill. The gross winners were the trio of Adrian Anglim, Mary Moloney and Kathleen Shanley. Thanks to all who supported the scrambles during the summer. Hillview is host to the quarter finals of the Inter Clubs on Sat 13th
, 8 teams throughout Munster will be trying to qualify for the All Irelands.The Annual Memorial competition is on this Sunday the 14th October.Club Lotto
On the 6th September the Hillview Lotto Jackpot was worth €1,200. The numbers drawn were 7-12-16-18, and there was 1winner. The Next Lotto Draw will take place on Saturday 13th Oct at 9.00p.m. The Jackpot will now be worth only €1,000. Tickets are €1 each and can be bought from ticket sellers, or at the Hillview Bingo every Monday & Friday Night or at the Club Bar every night. Buy-ins for 2018 are now due, they are available at €45.00 for 1 year. If you're not in you can't win.