Byrne is a 'glass act as he claims Under 13 series win
Baltinglass's Joseph Byrne was the impressive winner of the Titleist sponsored Leinster Boys Under 13 Series at Kilcock.
The young star had 33 Stableford points to win the gross prize by an incredible six points from Castle's James Quinn, with Newlands' Oisin Reilly third with 26 points.
In the Net, Roganstown's Aaron Murray was the top lad with 44 points - winning by six from Dun Laoghaire's Tadhg Finlay.
The Longest Drive went to Kilcock's Ciaran Mahon and Nearest the Pin to Edmondstown's Patrick Curran, while Arklow's Gavin McNulty edged out Kilcock's Ciaran Mahon on a countback for first place in putting.
Gross Prize Winners: 1 Joseph Byrne (Baltinglass GC) 33 pts; 2 James Quinn (Castle GC) 27 pts; 3 Oisin Reilly (Newlands GC) 26 pts.
Nett Prize Winners: 1 Aaron Murray (Roganstown GC) 44 pts; 2 Tadhg Finlay (Dun Laoghaire GC) 38 pts.
Longest Drive: Ciaran Mahon (Kilcock). Nearest the Pin: Patrick Curran (Edmondstown GC) 189 cms. Putting Competition: Gavin McNulty (Arklow) 11 L/6, Ciaran Mahon (Kilcock) 11 L/2.
Other gross scores: Michael Fitzgibbon (Howth) 23, Shaun Mulryan (Royal Tara) 23, Joseph Laverty (Dundalk) 23, Louis Walsh (Kilkenny) 23, Brandon St. John (Portmarnock) 23, Rory Barry (Delgany) 22, Matthew O'Brien (Elm Park) 22, Eoin Freeman (Naas) 22, Dylan Smyth (Castle) 21, Jack Tarpy (Blainroe) 21, Charlie Quinn (Co. Louth) 21, Mark McCormack (Naas) 21, Matthew Cully (Royal Tara) 21, Alan Moran (Castle) 20, Cian McFadden (Headfort) 19, Patrick Keeling (Roganstown) 19, Liam Abom (Edmondstown) 19, Ciaran Mahon (Kilcock) 18, Daniel Mulligan (Laytown & B/town) 18, Tom Keogh (Baltinglass) 18, Brian Hanratty (Donabate) 18, John Cunningham (Carton House) 17, Luke Flaherty (Roganstown) 17, Patrick Morris (Portmarnock) 16, Sean Keenan (Kilkenny) 15, Jamie Donnelly (Enniscorthy) 15,
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