The Island Golf Club

Course Facts:
Address Corballis Secretary/Manager: Ronan Smyth
Donabate Captain: Christy Bollard
Co. Dublin Lady Captain: Ethne Knight
Telephone: 01-8436462 President: Henry Collier
Public No: 01-8436205    
Fax: 01-8436860    
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Club Pro: David Costigan
Founded: 1890 Designed by: Fred Hawtree & Eddie Hackett
Open for membership. Societies are welcome and group rates are available.
Membership: 844 Course opening hours: Daylight hours
Green Fees Midweek: €120 Clubhouse opening hours: 8.00am to 12.00pm
Green Fees Weekends & B.H.: €120 Mobile phones: Not on course or in clubhouse
Green Fees With a Member: €30 Dress Code: Neat casual, no denim
Green Fees For Opens: on request Catering: Full catering facilities
Practice Area: Yes Days to Avoid: Weekends, Wednesdays & Thursdays
Club Hire: Yes Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other days
Buggy Hire: Yes Pre-booking for open tournaments: 14 Days in advance
Soft spikes: No    


Course Description
Course Description:

The Island is one of Ireland's famous links golf courses in recognition of which it has hosted the Irish Close Championships 1998 and the Irish PGA Championship 1999. It has just completed a fine new clubhouse, which offers excellent facilities for members and guests. Every hole on this course is a challenge, in particular the 13th, par-3 and there is a tremendous finishing hole on the 18th. If you play to your handicap on this course you will have played an excellent round of golf. The professional course record is held by, Darren Clarke at 63 in the Irish PGA Championship, his 63 can only be compared to the 60 he shot at The K Club in 2000. My son Shane is the assistant professional at this superb test of golf, if he is ever going to get his game back then it is here it will happen, as if you can play good golf at The Island you can play good golf anywhere.

The club has produced many fine golfers down through the years, as with many clubs in the country one family name is synonymous with the club. In the case of the Island it is the Rodgers, Aideen Rogers turned professional but has given it up, the rest of the family were all excellent golfers. The visitor is assured of a memorable and testing round of golf and the warmest of welcomes is extended by members and staff. Voted the No. 19-ranked golf course in Ireland, by “Golf Digest Ireland” in 2008. The Island was voted No. 10 Links/Shoreline Course in Ireland by "Backspin" Irelands leading Golf magazine in 2008, the panel comprised of a selection of 52 Professional and amateur golfers throughout Ireland.

Open & Major Fixtures 2011
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Club History
Club History

Instituted 1891, affiliated 1901. Mystery surrounds the origins of golf in the Island. What is known is that it was only reachable by boat. Indeed, I have meet people who remember crossing from Malahide. It appears the following ten men were responsible for the Island coming into being. They were James R. Bristowe, J. R. Law, J. R. Blood, J. H. Barrington, T. Stewart, H. J. Daly, Daniel Martin Wilson, W. S. Hayes, Godfrey Fergusson and David T. Moore. Sunday golf was not permitted at the Royal Dublin and the above group decided the best way around this was to form another club and be able to play their golf on the Sabbath. The club was run by these "members", who acted as a permanent committee, all others were associate members. This situation was reversed in 1952, when a committee was elected by the associate members, who became full members. The first President was Lord Talbot De Malahide, the Captain, Norman Chance, and Hon. Secretary George Watson. Since then the links have been changed to make it into one of the very best link courses in the country. A new clubhouse was opened in 1998.

Members Achievements

The Island Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Irish Club Youths' in 2007, and made the journey down the road to Malahide Golf Club on Tuesday 21st August to participate in the All-Ireland decider.They met Ulster Champions, Donaghadee Golf Club, Munster Champions, Castletroy Golf Club and Connacht Champions Claremorris in the All-Ireland Final.

They finished second to Donaghadee who had a score of 296, The Island 302, Castletroy 311 and Claremorris 313.

The Team on the day was David Weldon, James Monaghan, Simon Arthur and Conor Whyte.

The Island Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Fred Daly on Tuesday 1st August 2006 at Balbriggan Golf Club. They beat a good Rosslare team in the quarter-final by 4 matches to 1 and then The Royal Dublin in the afternoon by 3 matches to 2 matches, at Killerig Golf Club on Friday 7th July.

They played the near neighbours Mallahide in the Leinster Final and had a comfortable 4 matches to 1 match to secure the Leinster Title.

It was back to Balbriggan on 28th August for the All-Ireland Finals. They were drawn against Connacht Champions Athenry in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals and had a comfortable 5 matches to 2 matches win over the boys’ from Galway. First on the tee was James Monaghan who lost to Andrew Trill by a single-hole. He was followed by Simon Arthur who had a 6 and 5 win over Patrick Neville. Next up was David Weldon who beat Cillian Broder by 5 and 4. Conor Whyte halved his match with Sean Coyne. Then Eoghan Buckley beat Ronan Everiss by 3 and 2. The penultimate match was halved between Robert Hutton and Barry O’Brien. The final match saw Darragh Rogers beat Hubert Newell by 5 and 4.

They met Ulster Champions Belvoir Park in the afternoon All-Ireland Final, where things didn’t go quite so well for them. First up again was James Monaghan who lost to David Carvill by 2 and 1, Simon Arthur beat Ross McConnell by 2 and 1. He was followed by David Weldon who lost to Jonathan Graham by a single-hole. Conor Whyte had a night-mare against Youseff Hassay losing out at the 13th-hole, Eoghan Buckley secured the second point when he beat Grant Lewis by 2 and 1. Robert Hutton lost to David Elliott by 2-holes and Darragh Rogers lost to Ryan McLarnon by 3 and 2.

To win the silver at this very competitive event is no mean achievement and all looks well for the future of this wonderful links tucked away in North Co. Dublin.

The Island Golf Club won the All-Ireland Junior Foursomes at Balbriggan Golf Club on 29th August 2006, having come through Leinster, they were drawn against Munster Champions Castletroy Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Final.

First on the tee were James Monaghan with Darragh Rodgers against Brendan Reidy with Jack Molyneaux, they had a comfortable 5-holes win over the Limerick pair. They were followed by Simon Arthur with David Weldon against John Kavanagh with John O’Dwyer who recorded a 1-hole win, giving The Island a 6-hole victory and a place in the All-Ireland Final in the afternoon.

They met Ulster Champions Fortwilliam Golf Club in the final, having beaten Connaught Champions Portumna by 2-holes in their Semi-Final.

The manager kept the same format and James Monaghan with Darragh Rodgers had a 2-hole win over Conor McLarnon with Mark Fitzgerald, Simon Arthur with David Weldon lost to Chris Crangle with Eoin McComb. With the match all-square the final was not decided until the 20th-hole.

The Island won the Leinster Final of the Irish Senior Cup in 2006 when they beat Elm Park Golf Club by 3 and half matches to 1 and half matches at Royal Tara Golf Club on Sunday 20th August.

It was on to Enniscrone on Friday 15th of September to participate in the All-Ireland Finals. They were drawn against Connacht Champions Galway in the All-Ireland Semi-Final.

Young David Rawluk was first on the tee against Joe Lyons who had a bad day going down by 5 and 4 to the man from the west. Next up was The Islands number-one, Eoin O’Sullivan who went down to Eddie McCormack by a salutatory hole. Declan Moran was next on the tee against David Scully whose match finished on the 17th. Robert McCarthy was pitched against Stephen Keenan who recorded a halve. The final match say Andrew Pitcher record a very convincing win over Galway’s anchor man Tom Nolan with a 6 and 5 victory.

Congrats to The Island on wining the Leinster Final and doing so well against the eventual winners of the All-Ireland. We look forward to seeing this Club back seeking another Green Pennant in the near future, as I am reliably informed that this north Dublin club has a wonderful youth program in place.

The Island Golf Club completed a wonderful year in golf when they captured the Jimmy Bruen Shield for the second time in three years. As Leinster Champions they were drawn against Ulster Champions Mannan Castle in the All-Ireland Semi-Final at Rosslare Golf Club on Friday 16th September 2005.

Joe Cuffe & & Stephen Rodgers were first out in the afternoon against Tony Donagher & Frank Kelly and had a 3 and 1 victory from the Ulster men. They were followed by Denis Gaffney & Barry Hughes, who halved their match against Seamus Finnegan & Shane Donahue. Next up were Anthony Sheridan & Ian McCormack against Shane Corr & Noel Gartlan who won their match by 2 and 1. Gerry Dowdall & David Weldon where next on the tee against Barry McCourt & Danny Carr and recorded another 2 and 1 victory. The bottom match say Noel Rogers & Conor Whyte pitched against Rory Fitzhenry & Brendan McMahon who recorded another halve to give the Island a 4 matches to 1 match victory.

Having overcome the Ulster Champions they met Munster Champions Ballybunion Golf Club the following morning when they had a comfortable 4 matches to 1 match victory to become 2005 Jimmy Bruen Champions.

The first match say Joe Cuffe & Stephen Rodgers against Brendan McKeon & Eoin O’Shaughnessy, they had a very comfortable 5 and 4 win. The 2nd match saw Denis Gaffney & Barry Hughes record a crushing 6 and 5 win against Edward Stack & Dominic Moriarty. They were followed by Anthony Sheridan & Ian McCormack who halved their match against Johnathan Murphy & Kieran Kennelly. Next on the tee were Gerry Dowdall & David Weldon, who recorded the crucial halve against Mark Dilger & Des O’Donnell. The bottom match saw Noel Rodgers & Conor Whyte win their match by 4 and 2 against Didgie O’Connor & David Mulvihill. They were captained by Liam Delaney and managed by Paul Cullen.

I was in Galway for the speech by Lorcan Redmond (ex Dublin Football great and captain of the Island Golf Club in 2002) lament that it had been 1983 since this famous club last won a green pennant. Little did he or I know that they would be back only 3-years latter to win the “Bruen” again, I hope my son Shane who is the assistant profession at The Island had a little part to play in it. Indeed he would have known the Rodgers for a long time as he came up against them in schools’ golf.

The squad was David Weldon, Denis Gaffney, James Cullen, Jack Carney, Ian McCormack, Declan Reilly, Anthony Sheridan, Stephen Rodgers, Gerry Dowdall, Barry Hughes, Willie O’Rourke, Noel Rogers, Conor Whyte and Dan Sutton.

The Island Golf Club won the Leinster Championship of the Irish Club Youths Championship in 2005. The All-Ireland deciders were played at Kilkeel Golf Club, in this three man team event where they compete off scratch with two cards to count.

They won the All-Ireland Irish Club Youths' green pennant with a fine score of 296 having 8-shots to spare over their nearest rivals Munster Champions Limerick Golf Club.

James Monaghan returned rounds of 77 and 74, Andrew Pitcher shot rounds of 73 and 78 while David Rawluk returned rounds of 74 and 75.

Eoin O'Sullivan was selected on the Leinster team for the Interprovincial Matches played at Portmarnock Golf Club from 11th to 13th August 2004.

Rachel Cassidy was selected on the Leinster ILGU Team for the Interprovincial's. played at Ballybunion Golf Club from 18th to 20th August 2004.

The Island won the Leinster and All-Ireland Fred Daly Trophy in 2003, when the team was Mark Smyth, Anthony Pitcher, Neil Tobin, David Rawluk, Brendan Walton, Ronan O'Connor, they were managed by Willie O'Rourke.

The Island Golf Club won the Leinster Final of the Jimmy Bruen Shield at Tullamore when they beat Borris Golf Club in 2002 and were drawn against Ulster Champions Warrenpoint in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals at Galway Golf Club on September 6th. They beat Warrenpoint by 3 matches to 2 matches and came up against Connaught Champions in the All-Ireland Final whom they beat comfortably on the Saturday. The team was Eddie Meaney, Caoimhin Quigley, Niall Tobin, Conor Ryan, Andrew Pitcher, Brendan Walton, Joe Cuffe, Gerry Dowdall, Noel Rogers, Tom Boland, Paul Cullen, Ciaran McGuinness, and Denis Gaffney. The team on the day was Niall Tobin with Andrew Pitcher who won by 1-hole, Paul Cullen with Denis Gaffney who won 3 and 2, Tom Boland with Joe Cuff won 2 and 1, Gerry Dowdall with Eddie Meaney halved, Brendan Walton (15 year old son of Ryder Cup hero Philip) and young Noel Rogers halved their match. They were, managed by Don Sutton.

The Island won the Leinster Final of the Junior Foursomes and, were drawn against Ulster Champions Killymoon Golf Club in the All-Ireland Semi-Finals at Roscrea Golf Club on August 19th 2002. The team was Brendan Walton with Mark Smith and Andrew Pitcher with Nial Tobin, they won the semi-final and met Connacht Champions Claremorris in the final when they lost the National Final by 3-holes.

They won the Fingal Seniors in 2003 when the team was, P. J. Connaughton, Dave Stobie, Liam Dockrell, Nicky Lundberg, Ned Meehan, Dennis Ryan, Pat Mahon, Jim Higgins, Brian Quinn, David Evans, Noel O'Brien, John Kane, Alex Dowling, Christy McCarthy, John Cullen and Des McManus.

They won the Fingal Trophy in 2003 when the team was J. Kearney, M. Smyth, N. Tobin, C. White, D. Weldon, B. Walton, J. Cullen, K. Gregory, A. Pitcher, they were managed by Donal Quigley and Willie O'Rourke.

David Rawluk was selected on the Irish Boy's team for the Home Internationals at Blairgowrie, Scotland in early August 2002 and the Irish Boys team to play at Rejkjavik, Iceland on July 9th 2002. David also played for the Leinster Boys' in the Interprovincial Championships at Headfort Golf Club from August 28-30.

Robert McCarthy was selected on the Irish Youths team that played in Gdansk, Poland on July 9th 2002.

Lady Captain Terry McDonnell, Captain Lorcan Redmond and Vice Captain H. Kelleher, qualified for the National Finals of the Mercedes-Benz Irish Independent Executive Golf Classic at The K Club on August 12th 2002.

The Island won the Leinster Section of the Fred Daly Trophy in 2001 when the team was Tony Montgomery, David Rawluk, Karl Gregory, Ronan O'Connor, Robert McCarty, Andrew Pitcher, Brian Walton, they were managed by Willie O'Rourke and Frank Devine.

They won the Uden Cup in 2001, when the team was, H. Duffy, D. Sutton, G. Collins, J. Sheridan, D. O'Meara, G. O'Connor, T. Kelleher, D. Kane, J. Flynn, L. Riley, E. Nolan, F. Meenaghan, G. Dowdall, S. Hayes, D. Gaffney, S. Butler, P. McGee, A. Cullen, D. Foley, S. Cassidy, P. Kane and they were managed by T. Boland.

They won the McDonnell Cup in 2001, when the team was, C. Boland, K. O'Rourke, D. Rawluk, D. O'Boyle, D. Sutton, B. Carney, N. Ryan, B. Martin, G. Dinan, D. O'Dwyer, B. Cassidy, N. Quinn, F. Leahy, J. Granahaghan, A. R. McCarthy, H. O'Donoghue, H. Caldwell, D. Evens and they were managed by J. Cauldwell.

Robert McCarthy and David Rawluk were selected on the Irish Boys' team for the Home Internationals at Moortown, Leeds in August 2001.

The Islands Ladies team won the Townsend Cup, when they beat Headfort on the 27th October 2001. The team was Pamela Murphy with Miriam Gartland, Geraldine Ryan with Gertie McMullan and Angle Dwyer with Mary Dinan.

The Island Golf Club won the All-Ireland Irish Senior Cup at Royal Co. Down G. C. in 1983, when the team was Tony Smith, Shay Keenan, Bernard Rodgers, Brendan Moore, Kevin Rodgers, Seamus Rodgers, George Smillie and Ray Kane.

The Island won the All-Ireland Irish Senior Cup at Co. Sligo G. C. in 1967, when the team was Brendan Moore, Dermot Horish, Brendan Rodgers, Raymond Kane, Peter Kane and Liam Rodgers.

The Island won the All-Ireland Junior Foursomes in 1994, when the team was, M. Sutton, John Rodgers, Greg Rodgers, Mel Flanagan, Stephen Rodgers and D. Flood. They were managed by C. O'Sullivan and Willie O'Rourke.

The Island won the Leinster Final of the Irish Senior Cup in 1978, when the team was, L. Rodgers, R. Kane, B. Rodgers, K. Rodgers, Alan Walton and B. Moore. .

They won the Leinster Final of the Irish Junior Foursomes in 1985, when the team was John Grant, Robert McEvoy, Michael Henry and Garry Guinness, they were managed by Des McManus.

The Island won the Metropolitan Cup in 1995, when the team was M. Sutton, A. Kennedy. R. Keane, T. McLoughlin, P. Conlon, N. Rodgers, J. Healy, T. Sheridan, K. Montgomery, J. McEvoy, G. Marks, P. Blake, M. Cronin, they were managed by J. Cuffe and L. Hickey.

They won it prior to that in 1978, when the team was, S. Sludds, K. Sludds, J. Smith, F. O'Brien, D. Fitzgerald, W. Heather, J. Murnane, T. Conway, A. Swan, B. Walsh, D. Rushe, W. Donnelly, L. Harrison and D. McNally, they were selected by D. McManus and B. Mooney.

Congratulations to the under-15 boys of The Island who won the Leinster inter-clubs at Hollystown Golf Club in November 2000, when they overcame Hazel Grove, convincingly. The team was Brendan Walton, Conor Ryan, Ronan O'Connor, Stephen Gallagher and David Rawluk.

The Juniors' won the Fingal Team Trophy in 2000, when the team was Brendan Walton, Ronan O'Connor, Tony Montgomery, Caoimhin Quigley, Stephen Gallagher, John Coughlan, David Rawluk, Daniel Barnes, they were managed by Frank Devine and Willie O'Rourke.

They won the Leinster Under-15 Inter Club Match Play in 2000, when the team was Brendan Walton, Ronan O'Connor, Neil Tobin, Conor Ryan, Stephen Gallagher, John Coughlan, David Rawluk and they were managed by Frank Devine and Willie O'Rourke.

They won the Uden Cup in 1991, when the team was P. Kane, B. Browne, P. Cullen, K. McGuinness, P. Conlon, P. McGee, M. Kelly, J. Doherty, J. Cuffe, J. Sullivan, R. Stobie, M. Venables, N. Rodgers, F. Devine, H. Kelleher, F. Meenaghan, they were managed by J. Fitzpatrick and J. McEvoy.

They won it the previous year with, Paul Cullen, Brendan Slevin, Don Sutton, Paul Conlon, Pat McGee, Patsy Reilly, Frank Meenehan, Noel Lane, Jerry Crowley, Declan Reilly, Bobby Brown, Pat Kane, John Kelly, they were managed by Seamus Rodgers.

K. Leyden was selected on the ILGU Junior squad in November 2000.

R. M. Kane participated in the Home International matches from 1965 to 1979, playing 44 matches.

Eoin O'Sullivan participated in the Boys Home International matches in 1993.

Mel Flanagan represented Connaught from 1996 to 1997 and played Connaught Youths from 1995 to 1998, playing 19 matches.

J. Grant represented Leinster in 1992 as did B. Moore from 1977 to 1979.

R. Moore represented Leinster in 1983.

Martin Sludds represented Leinster from 1981 to 1982 and played Leinster Youths in 1979 to 1980.

A. Smith represented Leinster in 1985.

B. Byrne played Leinster Youths in 1985.

J. Grant played Leinster Youths in 1989.

M. Sheridan played Leinster Youths from1986 to 1987, playing 12 matches.

Patrick Devine played Leinster Boys in 1997.

Aideen Rogers was selected to represent Ireland in the European Ladies Team Championship at Royal Haagsche, Holland in 1993 and the European Ladies Junior Championship at Shannon Golf Club in 1990, at Saint Nom La Breteche, France in 1992 and at the Colony Golf Club, Vienna in 1994. She played for Ireland in the Girls' Home Internationals in 1989, and at Penrith Golf Club in 1990 and at Whitechurch Golf Club in 1991. She won the European Championship in 1993 and represented Ireland in 1992 and 1993. She won the Irish Girls Close Championship in1989 and 1991. Aideen is now on the Ladies Professional Tour.

Miss Moira Cassidy played Irish Girls in1978 and won the Stroke Play Foursomes together with Miss Mairead Mullins of Woodbrook in 1987.

Pamela Murphy was selected to represent Ireland in the European Ladies Junior Championship at Nairn Golf Club, Scotland, in 1996 and at Oslo Golf Club, Norway in 1998. She won the Irish Girls Championship fo the 4th time at Tullamore G. C., in 1999, and Captained the Irish Girls team at Mullingar G. C. in the Girls' Home Internationals 1998 and played at Forfar Golf Club in 1997 and Formby Ladies Golf Club in 1996 at Northop Golf Club in 1995 and at Gog Nagog Golf Club in 1994.

Maurice O'Meara (9) teamed up with his mother Mary, the 1997 Lady Captain at Balbriggan Golf Club, in the final regional qualifiers of the Spar-Irish Independent Mixed Pairs Challenge at Westmanstown Golf Club in early August 2001. They returned 56 points to give them the runners-up position. They went on to compete in the National Finals at Adare Manor Golf & Country Club on the 25th of August.

Person Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
Joe Walton   9th   159 m
Thomas Boland 15 March 2000 16th   137 m
Denis Gaffney 10 July 2002 9th   159 m

Card of the Course
Card of the Course (yards)
Name Hole No White Green Par Index Red Par Index
Partridge Hollow 1 397 384 4 6 368 5 15
Caul's View 2 362 335 4 8 299 4 3
Lambay 3 394 378 4 2 365 5 13
Pot 4 356 346 4 12 334 4 9
Desert 5 339 317 4 10 300 4 5
Ridge 6 299 276 4 14 274 4 7
Tower 7 412 401 4 4 352 4 1
Well 8 278 268 4 16 253 4 11
Bowl 9 153 145 3 18 130 3 17
  Out 2,990 2,850 35   2,675 37  
Quarry 10 489 474 5 15 455 5 2
Cricket Field 11 396 371 4 5 298 4 10
Valhalla 12 407 363 4 3 290 4 4
Broadmeadow 13 192 195 3 9 186 4 18
Old Clubhouse 14 337 303 4 17 271 4 16
Praire 15 515 479 5 13 425 5 8
Andes 16 174 130 3 11 125 3 12
Ireland's Eye 17 391 369 4 7 314 4 6
Boulia Field 18 421 383 4 1 405 5 14
  In 3,322 m 3,067 36   2,769 38  
  Total 6,312 m 5,879 71   5,444 75  
  SSS 73 71     74    

Roll of Honour
L. McKee 1990 Ladies Captain
I. Poynton 1991 Ladies Captain
M. McNamara 1992 Ladies Captain
M. Cahill 1993 Ladies Captain
S. McShane 1994 Ladies Captain
M. Reddington 1995 Ladies Captain
S. Lonergan 1996 Ladies Captain
P. Dowdall 1997 Ladies Captain
D. Nolan 1998 Ladies Captain
M. O'Reilly 1999 Ladies Captain
Angie Dwyer 2000 Ladies Captain
Marie Keogh 2001 Ladies Captain
Teri McDonnell 2002 Ladies Captain
Maureen Griffin 2003 Ladies Captain
Mary Romeri 2004 Ladies Captain
Stephanie Mooney 2005 Ladies Captain
Mary Quinn 2006 Ladies Captain
S. A. Craig 1990 Men's Captain
T. G. McCarthy 1991 Men's Captain
Michael Venables 1992 Men's Captain
Willie Leggett 1993 Men's Captain
Eamonn Lee 1994 Men's Captain
Celsus Brennan 1995 Men's Captain
Frank J. Walshe 1996 Men's Captain
Pat Dooley 1997 Men's Captain
D. H. McSweeney 1998 Men's Captain
M. J. Geoghegan 1999 Men's Captain
D. G. B. Evans 2000 Men's Captain
John Doherty 2001 Men's Captain
Lorcan Redmond 2002 Men's Captain
Humphrey Kelleher 2003 Men's Captain
Aidan Kennedy 2004 Men's Captain
Liam Delaney 2005 Men's Captain
Des Parkinson 2006 Men's Captain
Denis McFerran 2007 Men's Captain
D. P. McManus 1990 President
M. C. Henry 1991 President
M. C. Henry 1992 President
M. C. Henry 1993 President
L. Hickey 1994 President
L. Hickey 1995 President
J. M. McBride 1996 President
J. M. McBride 1997 President
D. O'Meara 1998 President
D. O'Meara 1999 President
E. Henderson 2000 President
E. Henderson 2001 President
S. O'Neill 2002 President
Seamus O'Neill 2003 President
Eddie McDonnell 2004 President
Eddie McDonnell 2005 President
Dave McSwiggan 2006 President
Dave McSwiggan 2007 President
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