Ireland's Electrical Magazine 91 June-July


T he beautiful Killeen Castle provided the perfect location for an enjoyable and successful Golf Day to raise funds for the Irish Electrical Benevolent Association (IEBA). A total of 104 players made up of 26 teams took part on a sunny, though windy day at Killeen Castle on Friday, 13 May. Those in attendance began the day with shotgun at 11am, followed by dinner at 5pm. The IEBA were pleased to see new and familiar faces at the event and hope that everyone enjoyed a great day of golfing. Founded in 2001, the IEBA has been active in helping many members of the electrical industry, and their families, who have experienced difficulties with issues such as, bereavement, depression, terminal illness, accidental death, special treatment or retraining. The association has and continues to make a real difference to the lives of electrical industry employees and their families. The association would like to thank all of those who participated including tee box sponsors and prize sponsors. The golf day raised around €10,000 which made the event a fantastic success. To find out more about upcoming events, contact a committee member by emailing: Prize winners: 1st Kellihers – 88 points (Barry Dunne, Fran Burke, Colm O’Keefe, Kane Nolan) 2nd Peats Wholesale – 86 points (Peter Connolly, Anto Maher, Jimmy Morley, Noel Hamilton) 3rd Siemens – 85 points (B9) (Alan Cronin, Keith Justice, Dave Rooney, Michael Kearns) 4th Eastern Electrical (Dundalk) 85 points (Stephen Murphy, Peter Cunningham, Lorcan Dowd, Tommy McGuinness) Longest drive on 12th hole, Mark Whelan. Nearest the pin on 6th green, James Johnson. THE IRISH ELECTRICAL BENEVOLENT ASSOCIATION (IEBA) HELD A FUNDRAISING GOLF DAY AT KILLEEN CASTLE, DUNSANY, COUNTY MEATH… IEBA Golf Day a huge success FOLLOW US ON:


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