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Winter League Final Playoff Rules and Teams

 Winter League Finals Teams

 1st     Team 9: Brendan Lyons, Adrian Finnerty, David Keane, Michael Collins, Ambrose O’Connor, ,  Finbar Drayne,

2nd     Team 1: Michael Collins,David Keane,Brendan Doran. Brendan Moran, Ambrose O’Connor, Brendan Lyons.

3rd     Team 2: John Reddin, Neil McGee, David Cronin, Patrick Larkin, Vincent Earls, Paddy McMahon.

4th     Team 16: Joe O’ Conaire ,Johnny Greally, Stiofan O’Conaire, Kevin Murphy, Michael Bond, Barry Horgan.

5th     26 Help: Johnny Greally, Des Mc Cormack, James Lyons, Oliver Lyons, Declan Keary, Adrian Callanan.

6th     Boys of the Lough: Joe O’Malley, Noel Kelly, Sean Connolly, Donal O’Flaherty, Colm Flannery, Martin Freaney

7th     Long Way From Tynagh:  Connor Donohue, Noel Tierney, Uinsinn Finn, Gerry Glynn,Tony Ryan. (Loughrea)  Barry Kearney.

8th     Team 4: Phelim Shaughnessy, Aengus O’Connell, Marcus Devine, Mark O Halloran, Albert Mannion, Eugene Kennedy.

 Final Format

Qualifying Team Scores do not carry over into the Finals. Teams are awarded bonus points determined by their qualifying position as outlined in the table above. Players again must enter the weekend 12 Hole Single Stableford Competition.

The winner will be the team with the highest score from their best four cards in the Finals plus their bonus points from their finishing position in qualifying. In the event of a tie, the 5th card will determine the winner and if the teams are still tied then the 6th card will determine the winner.

Note that for finalists, re-entry is not permitted in the winter league finals. Players may however re-enter for the normal 12 Hole S/S weekend competition. Thus, as a finalist, your first score this weekend is the score which counts for the Winter League.

Also note that practice is not permitted on the course this weekend for the Winter League Finals. Thus, finalists first time playing on the course this Friday 3rd, Saturday 4th or Sunday 5th March will and must be in their Winter League final round.

The winners will be announced with the weekend competition results.

There will be prizes for the winners and runners up in the Winter League Final.

Presentation of prizes will be on Sunday 12th March @ 5.30.

The Winter League Committee will decide all disputes and the decision of the committee will be final

 

Winter League Wk 12

Final qualifying for Winter League Play-offs. Top 8 teams qualify. Leader-board and scores pubished below, any errors or omissions please contact a members of the Men’s Committee.

wl12 leaderboard final qual

wl 12 scores

Winter League WK 11

Men’s Winter League table updated. With only 1 qualifying weekend left for the top 8 to go into a play-off, it is getting really tight around the cut mark.

WL2016 2017 leaderboard wl11

WL2016 2017 scores wl11

Winter League WK 10 Updated

Men’s Winter League table updated. Due to the course closed on Sunday 5th February, and in accordance with the Winter League Rules, the number of discounted weekends has been increased from 3 to 4.

WL2016 2017 update wl10 leaderboard

WL2016 2017 update wl10 scores

Winter League WK 9 Updated

WL2016 2017 update wl9 leaderboard

WL2016 2017 update wl9 scores

Winter League WK 8

Winter League leaderboard and scores on link below. Any errors or omissions please contact a member of the Men’s Committee

WL2016 2017 update wl8 leaderboard

WL2016 2017 update wl8 scores

Winter League WK 7

Winter League leaderboard and scores on link below. Any errors or omissions please contact a member of the Men’s Committee

Winter League Week 7 Leaderboard

Winter League Week 7 Scores

Winter League WK 6

Winter League leaderboard and scores on link below. Any errors or omissions please contact a member of the Men’s Committee

Winter League Week 6 Leaderboard

Winter League Week 6 Scores

Winter League WK4 – 5

Winter League leaderboard and scores on link below. Any errors or omissions please contact a member of the Men’s Committee.

Winter League Week 5 Leaderboard

Winter League Week 5 Scores

Winter League  WK3

Winter League leaderboard and scores on link below. Any errors or omissions please contact a member of the Men’s Committee.

Winter league 2016 2017 wk3 leader board

Winter league 2016 2017 wk3 scores

 

Last Person Standing Results Week 8 Results

In life you need a bit of luck and for 2 of our remaining people they certainly had it on Saturday. Tottenham were 2-1 down with 89 mins gone. Not to worry though, there was still plenty time to score 2 goals and Harry Kane obliged and netted twice in the final 2 mins for Tottenham to win 3-2. We lost one person this week that had placed his hopes on Everton but alas it was not to be. Our final person had Chelsea who worked hard for a 1-0 away at Middlesbrough. And so into Week 9 and with only have 3 people standing, the end is near.

So please click on the link below to see all the results from Week 8

Results Week 8

Last Person Standing Results Week 7 Results

The end comes quick they say and so it looks like with our last person standing competition. After Saturday’s games we had lost all 12 people who had teams playing that day. Manchester City and Bournemouth doing all the damage. Manchester City’s draw was particularly heart breaking as they conceded in the 90th minute to knock out 7 people.
And so with only 9 left on Sunday another 5 departed. Two people selected Liverpool to win and boy did they win in style and another 2 made the brave decision and picked Manchester Utd to win and for only the 2nd week (out of 7) in our last Person standing competition they did. Maybe Jose is special after all.

Here are a few facts from Week 7.

1. We had 21 teams entered for Week 7.
2. We lost 17 teams on our seventh week so we will have only 4 going into Week 8.
3. We have one club member left in the competition out of the 4 people so I hope I haven’t jinxed him like I did with Mike last week.

So please click on the link below to see all the results from Week 7

Week 7 Results

Last Person Standing Results Week 6 Results

There was only one team in town this week and they left a trial of red destruction after them. Jose Jose Jose, what are you doing. Manchester Utd at home to Burnley, easy peasy said 47 people. Well bye bye those 47 along with another 4. We are now at the business end of things and with only 21 people left one of them is a little closer to the €1,000 Jackpot. Will they have it before Christmas, well that’s the €1,000 question isn’t it.

Here are a few facts from Week 6.

1. We had 72 teams entered for Week 6.
2. We lost 51 teams on our sixth week so we will have 21 going into Week 7.
3. We may have lost last year’s winner but her Dad Mike is still in the running. He can train hurling teams to County senior titles but apparently he must know a thing or two about football as well.

So please click on the link below to see all the results from Week 6

Results Week 6

Last Person Standing Results Week 5 Results

It was a “blue” weekend for a lot of people this week, especially if you selected the blue of either Everton (27 people) or Manchester City (15 people) to win. But 1 person did select a blue team that did win at the weekend. Well done to Kozmel Gaue who knew that Chelsea would have no problem taking care of the “special one” on his return to Stamford Bridge. With 72 people remaining after Week 5 the ladies are still well represented. We have 22 of them still in the running. Will history repeat itself and will the last person standing be a woman again this year? Who knows.

Here are a few facts from Week 5.

1. We had 144 teams entered for Week 5.
2. We lost 72 teams on our fifth week so we will have 72 going into Week 6.
3. The “I’m so lucky” award for Week 5 goes to the 5 people who for 3 weeks running now have failed to reply to our text and had Arsenal allocated to them for the first week, Bournemouth for the second week and Burnley this week. Your luck will eventually run out though.
4. The “Most loved team” award goes to West Ham with 34 people backing them to beat Sunderland. What a turn around for the Hammers as nobody selected them to win in Week 4.
5. The “Nobody loves me” award is shared this week between 6 teams. Manchester Utd (the less said the better), Sunderland, West Brom, Middlesbrough, Southampton and Hull who were selected by nobody to win their games. And none of them did.

So please click on the link below to see all the results from Week 5

Week 5 results

Last Person Standing Results Week 4 Results

The two big disappointments this week were served up by Manchester City (selected by 27 people) and Tottenham (selected by 34) who both looked to be sure things to win; well in Last person standing there’s no such thing as a sure thing.
With 4 teams unavailable to everyone now it’s getting more difficult to pick winners. Please note that if you select the same team twice (or fail to select any team) then under competition rules the first available alphabetically team that you have not already picked will be allocated to you for that week.

Here are a few facts from Week 4.

1. We had 224 teams entered for Week 4.
2. We lost 80 teams on our fourth week so we will have 144 going into Week 5.
3. The “I’m so lucky” award for week 4 goes to the 10 people who for 2 weeks have failed to reply to our text and had Arsenal allocated to them for the first week and Bournemouth for the second week. With the “mighty Burnley” the next team due to be allocated let’s see how lucky ye are next week.
4. The “Most loved team” award goes to Arsenal with 57 people backing them to beat Swansea, followed by Southampton with 37.
5. The “Nobody loves me” award is shared this week between 8 teams. Everton, Swansea, West Ham, Burnley, Watford, West Brom, Middlesbrough, and Hull who were selected by nobody to win their games. Watford and West Ham actually did win.

So please click on the link below to see all the results from Week 4

Week 4 results

Last Person Standing Results Week 3 Results

And what a week it was. With draws galore it was not a good week for last Person standing people unless you selected Liverpool, Arsenal, Chelsea or Tottenham. The standout shock again came from “the special one” Jose Mourinho and Manchester Utd, with 210 people (myself included) sure that they would beat Stoke easily. Well that didn