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The RIAI and IABS Annual Golf Event
The annual RIAI and IABS Golf outing took place on Friday, 1 October at Elm Park Golf Club. The event was generously sponsored by our main sponsors Kingspan and by John Paul Construction.
The winner of the much coveted RIAI trophy was Rob McConnell with a score of 38 points, a great effort in difficult conditions. The runner-up was Mary McGaver, also with a score of 38 points, narrowly losing out on the back 9.
The winners of the team prize and the Kingspan trophy, with a team score of 89 points, were Carole Pollard, Triona Stack, Miriam McEniff and Shirley O’Donohue.
Congratulations to our winners and to all who took part. The annual golf outing is one of the main IABS fundraising events in the year and given that our fundraising activity has been severely affected by COVID for the second year running we are very grateful that the event this year was so well supported by our members and practices.
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Winner Rob McConnell receiving the RIAI trophy from IABS Chair Carole Pollard.