Narin & Portnoo golf club Donegal

Narin & Portnoo golf course Donegal

Narin & Portnoo Golf Course

Narin & Portnoo Club Crest

Narin and Portnoo Golf Club is situated in a beautiful seaside resort in southwest Donegal, six miles from Glenties. It is considered one of the most scenic 18-hole links courses in Ireland , with sweeping views of Gweebarra Bay.

Narin & Portnoo Links stands inspirationally on the West coast of Ireland, in a place steeped in ancient history & folklore. The area abounds with archaeological treasures, like Pre-historical tombs and Bronze-age forts built four to five thousand years ago –older than Stonehenge– and regarded as some of the finest in Northwest Europe. The ancient Celts believed this was the ‘edge of the world’ – a powerful, spiritual place where the next stop was the Heavens.
Our logo captures this history by using an exquisite Bronze Age neck-piece crafted in gold called a Lunula, which dates back to 2000 BC was found in Narin, and is on display in the National Museum in Dublin.
Golf has been played on the links since 1905. Irish Times sportswriter Philip Reid says, “If you want links golf of the wild and rugged variety, nowhere –anywhere– comes close to matching this gem, hard by the Atlantic on Ireland’s north-western coast.” The rugged beauty is a synonym of the whole area around the golf course – the Irish County Donegal.
In 2018 the new owners hired Hanse Golf Design –an American based firm with a reputation for restoring some of the greatest Golf Courses in the world– to make the links better. They are dedicated to the proposition that golf courses are designed, restored and renovated “in the field” as opposed to solely on the drawing board. They create courses that are simple and elegant in appearance, yet sophisticated in strategy and design, with a level of detail and subtlety that is unsurpassed in the profession.
At Narin & Portnoo Links, you are –with each step and shot– treading through an extraordinary story and as custodians of this natural golf links it is our passion to make your visit truly memorable.

“…this is our first chance to focus on a piece of ground that was created by nature. We are fortunate to work on some of the top golf courses around the world but there is something romantic about this.” Gill Hanse, Architect, Narin & Portnoo Links

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 29-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2020 (Up-3);

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 32-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2019 (Down-25;

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 27-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2018 (Up-2);

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 29-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2017 (Up-3);

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 32-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2016 (Up-1);

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 33-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2015 (Up-1);

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 34-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2014 (Up-4);

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 38-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2013 (Up-5);

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 43-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2012;

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 51-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2010;

Narin & Portnoo was voted the  No. 30-Links/Shoreline Course in Ireland by "Backspin" Irelands leading Golf magazine in 2010, the panel comprised of a selection of 52 Professional and amateur golfers throughout Ireland;

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 80-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2009;

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 30-Links/Shoreline Course in Ireland by "Backspin" Irelands leading Golf magazine in 2009, the panel comprised of a selection of 52 Professional and amateur golfers throughout Ireland;

Narin & Portnoo was voted the No. 80-ranked golf course in Ireland, by "Golf Digest Ireland" in 2008;

Green Fees Low Seson: €66
Green Fees High Seson: €132
Green Fees Winter Jan to April: €66
Green Fees Summer May to Nov.: €132
Green Fees Non GUI Jan to April: €44
Green Fees Non GUI May to Nov.: €66
Green Fees for Members of Donegal Clubs: €50
Green Fees with a Membe GUI/ILGUr: €39
Green Fees with a Membe Non GUI: €79
Green Fees for Opens Wednesdays: €35
Green Fees for Opens Weekends: €52
Practice Area: No
Club Hire: €40 Yes
Buggy Hire: €40 Yes
Soft Spikes: No
Full Membership Available: Yes
Full Membership Fee: €600
Entrance Fee: None
Course Type Links
No Holes 18
Members 594
Designer Gil Hanes & Jim Wagner
Founded 1930
Address

Narin,
Portnoo,
Co. Donegal

Telephone +353 (0)74-9545107
Email info@nandplinks.com
Website Narin & Portnoo golf club website
Sales & Marketing: Yuka Quinn
Captain: John Quinn
Lady Captain: Jenny Boyde
Presidents':  Frank Doherty
Vice-Captains': Frankie McDevitt 
Hon. Secretary: Michael Galaagher
Club Pro.: Shop
Hon. Treasurer: Seamus McDonagh & Mairead Molloy
Comp. Secretary: John Callaghan & Nan Quinn
Narin & Portnoo Golf Course Layout Course Layout

Location Map

GPS Coord*
Lat:54.839554
Long:-8.434324
*Please check information before travelling

General Facts & Information

Course opening hours: Daylight hours Clubhouse opening hours: 9.00am to 12.00pm
Mobile phones: Not on course Dress Code: Neat and casual, no denim
Catering: Full catering, facilities Days to Avoid: None (Phone Weekends)
Green Fees and Societies Welcome: Other times Pre-booking for open Tournaments: time sheet in operation

Narin & Portnoo Golf Club Fixtures 2020 provisional*

Open & Major Fixtures 2020 (to be Confirmed)        
Event Start Finish Type Duration
Captains' Drive-In Saturday 1 March   Closed 1
President's Prize Sunday 7 June   Closed 1
Lady President's Prize Saturday 13 June   Closed 1
Lady Captain's Prize Saturday 4 July   Closed 1
Captain's Prize Saturday 15 August
Sunday 16 August Closed 2
Captain's Prize Sunday 16 August
  Closed 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 3 March   Open 1
Senior Singles Stroke Sunday 15 March   Open 1
Senior Singles Stroke Sunday 22 March   Open 1
Senior Singles Stroke Sunday 29 March
  Open 1
Mixed 4-Person Texas Scramble Monday 30 March
  Open 1
L. & G. Fourball Betterball
Sunday 5 April   Open 1
Singles Strokes
Sunday 12 April   Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 15 April   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 19 April
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 26 April
  Open 1
L. & G. Singles Stableford Wednesday 29 April
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 3 May   Open 1
Mixed 4-Person Team Event Monday 4 May   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 10 May   Open 1
Singles Stroke Sunday 17 May    Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 24 May
  Open 1
Senior Foursomes Stableford Monday 25 May
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 31 May
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 7 June
Open 1
Ladies Singles Stroke Saturday 13 June   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 14 June   Open 1
Singles Strokes Sunday 21 June   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 28 June   Open 1
Am-Am Singles Stableford Saturday 4 July Sunday 5 July Open 2
Am-Am Singles Stableford Sunday 5 July   Open 1
Ladies Singles Stroke Saturday 11 July   Open 1
Lough Erne & Links Challenge Monday 13 July Wednesday 15 July Open 3
Lough Erne & Links Challenge
Tuesday 14 July   Open 1
Lough Erne & Links Challenge Wednesday 15 July   Open 1
Singles Strokes
Saturday 18 July   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 19 July   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 27 July   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 2 August   Open 1
Start of Open Week Tuesday 4 August
Monday 9 August
Open 7
Ladies Singles Stableford Tuesday 4 August
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Wednesday 5 August
  Open 1
Singles Strokes Thursday 6 August
  Open 1
Foursomes
Friday 7 August
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 8 August
  Open 1
Mickey Kennedy Memorial
Sunday 9 August
  Open 1
2-Person Scramble
Monday 10 August
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 16 August   Open 1
Senior Fourball Betterball Sunday 23 August   Open 1
Singles Strokes
Sunday 30 August
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Saturday 5 September Sunday 6 September
Open 2
Singles Stableford Sunday 6 September   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 13 September   Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 20 September
  Open 1
Singles Strokes Sunday 27 September
  Open 1
Singles Stableford Sunday 4 October   Open 1
Singles Strokes Sunday 11 October   Open 1
Singles Strokes Sunday 18 October   Open 1

*Please check information before travelling

Card of the Course

KeyData
Yellow Par 70 SSS 69 6,100 m
Red Par 72 SSS 73 5,346 m
Green Par 70 SSS 710 6,515 m
Blue Par 70 SSS 71 6,904 m

Card

  Hole No. Black Green
Yellow
Silver
Par Index Red Par Index
  1 377 350
338
302
4 10
302
5 10
  2 524 476
465
395
5
4
395
4 4
  3 607
607
548
386
5
6
515
3 6
  4 446
336
325
292
4 12
303
4 12
  5 417
367
353
304
4 8
304
4 8
  6 140 140
137
129
3
14
131
4 14
  7 325 325
311
280
4 16
287
4 16
  8 422 422
373
302
3 2
302
3 2
  9 135 135
126
101
3
18 115
5 18
  Out 3,393 3,158
2,975
2,389
35   2,654 36  
  10 530 503
503
420
5
9
466
4 9
  11 138 138
127
96
3
17 96
4 17
  12 478 478
431
276
4 3
377
5 3
  13 482 430
401
335
4
7
335
3 7
  14 454 445
433
355
4 11 355
4 11
  15 144
144
117
364
3
15
106
3
15
  16 488
444
409
109
4
1 364
4
1
  17 147
147
130
331
3
13
118
3
13
  18 650
602
574
323
5
5
475
5 5
  In 3,511 3,358 3,125 2,609
35   2,716 36  
  Total 6,904 6,515 6,100
4,999
70   5,598 72  
  SSS 71 70 68
65
    73    

Notable rounds

Men's Old Course Record Am: 63 Enda McMenamin 1990 Pro: 63 Bobby Brown

Ladies Course Record: 70 Marie Walsh 1999

Members Achievements

2004 Lady Captain Maria Rafferty (30) and her Captain's Prize Winner Natalie Guildea (10) were qualifiers with 34 pts. in the Volkswagen-Irish Independent Lady Captain's Classic at Co. Sligo Golf Club in August 2004 they qualified for the National Finals at Hermitage on 4th October.

History of Narin & Portnoo

Narin and Portnoo Golf Club was founded in 1930 when five local men decided that the warren in Narin had the potential to be developed into a testing links. Canon Ernest Devlin, Rev. Boyce, William Hemmersbach, William ODonnell and Francis J. McLoone saw the fillip to the tourist trade that a golf course would provide and they pooled their resources to rent the land from the five landlords concerned. A number of rudimentary holes were already in existence and help was sought from Hughie McNeill, the professional in Portrush to bring those holes up to scratch.
On July 9, 1930 William O’Donnell launched a drive down the first and a golf club was born. A committee was formed in 1931 with Mr. O’Donnell the first captain and by the spring of 1932, nine holes had been laid out.
Jim McCole was appointed greenkeeper in 1934 and would hold the post until 1977. Under his stewardship, Narin developed a reputation for fast links greens and the sight of Jim on his knees plucking rye grass was not an uncommon one.
Throughout the thirties the membership grew and a decision was taken in April 1938 to build a clubhouse. Joseph Cunningham & Sons, Killybegs were awarded the contract and on September 1, 1939 H.A. McDevitte T.D. officially opened the small, wooden pavilion. It would serve as the clubhouse until 1968.
John O’Donnell of Ardara and John Gillespie of Narin were the leading golfers in the first half century of the club’s existence, with the latter going round the nine holes in 33 shots on two occasions. Fairways were only cut once or twice a year, which made the course play longer than its actual length, a problem accentuated by the prevalence of moss.
The war years were traumatic for the golf club due to transport difficulties and finances didn’t improve much afterwards. Attracting new members wasn’t proving easy and but for the fundraising efforts of the Portnoo Dramatic Club, the club may have folded in the mid-fifties. The thespians toured throughout the county and presented £600 to the committee after several years fundraising. The corner had been turned.
Improvements were made to the nine-hole layout and in 1957 the current sixteenth hole replaced the sodden second on the initiative of Louis Walsh. A decision was taken in 1960 to rent more land from Barney McNelis and on June 24th, 1965 Donagh O’Malley, T.D. opened the new eighteen hole course. A first-ever victory in the Inter Club League in 1967 under the captaincy of Patsy Sweeney showed that the club was moving in the right direction on the playing front.
Membership improved sufficiently to justify the building of a bigger clubhouse and this was accomplished by Joe McMenamin & Sons, Stranorlar in 1968 with a grant of £6000 from Bord Fáilte easing the financial burden. A new car park followed in 1970, while new machinery made life a little easier for the greens staff.
Donal McBride became Honorary Secretary in 1978 and he entered the club for the first time in the Pierce Purcell, Scratch Cup and Ulster Cup. Fr. Brendan McBride represented Ulster that same year, a first for a Narin & Portnoo player. A successful Pro-Am was launched in 1979 which heightened the club’s profile even further. The likes of Eamon Darcy, Christy O’Connor and David Feherty were big draws and the standard of golf reflected this, with Bobby Browne shooting a 63 in 1979 to set a new course record. The amateur record of 63 was set by Ballybofey’s Enda McMenamin in 1990.
An extension to the clubhouse was added in 1990 and in 2001 the club purchased that part of the course owned by Mrs. Mary McNelis for £750,000. A course re-alignment in 2004 has increased the par to 73 and created several holes of unquestioned beauty.
From eighteen members in 1930, the club now caters for close on 730. Its founders’ vision has been justified and the best years surely lie ahead.

Roll of Honour

Member Year Hon. Position
C. Bonner 1989 Ladies Captain
Michael Bonner 1989 Men's Captain
Rev. Brendan McBride 1989 President
M. McHugh 1990 Ladies Captain
Sally Jennings 1990 Ladies President
Michael Gallagher 1990 Men's Captain
Liam O'Hagen 1990 President
A. O'Shea 1991 Ladies Captain
Sally Jennings 1991 Ladies President
Austin McNeill 1991 Men's Captain
Liam O'Hagen 1991 President
A. Hayden 1992 Ladies Captain
Peg Gillespie 1992 Ladies President
Enda Bonner 1992 Men's Captain
Rev. George Good 1992 President
M. Nicholson 1993 Ladies Captain
Peg Gillespie 1993 Ladies President
Seamus McGarvey 1993 Men's Captain
Rev. George Good 1993 President
C. McGee 1994 Ladies Captain
Bridie Rankin 1994 Ladies President
Francis Cunningham 1994 Men's Captain
Donal McBride 1994 President
B. Shovelin 1995 Ladies Captain
Bridie Rankin 1995 Ladies President
Jim Gallagher 1995 Men's Captain
Donal McBride 1995 President
F. Munnelly 1996 Ladies Captain
Breid Boyle 1996 Ladies President
Paddy Campbell 1996 Men's Captain
Michael Naughton 1996 President
G. Cafferty 1997 Ladies Captain
Breid Boyle 1997 Ladies President
Tony Bonnor 1997 Men's Captain
Michael Naughton 1997 President
B. Cunningham 1998 Ladies Captain
Anne McBride 1998 Ladies President
Tom Glynn 1998 Men's Captain
Patrick (Yank) Boyle 1998 President
Mauire Walsh 1999 Ladies Captain
Ann McBride 1999 Ladies President
Dom Gallagher 1999 Men's Captain
Patsy (Yank) Boyle 1999 President
Colette Bonner 2000 Ladies Captain
Francis Munnelly 2000 Ladies President
John Michael O'Donnell 2000 Men's Captain
Vincent Herron 2000 President
Annette McGettigan 2001 Ladies Captain
Francis Munnelly 2001 Ladies President
Bobby Cunningham 2001 Men's Captain
Vincent Herron 2001 President
Brid O'Keeffe 2002 Ladies Captain
Bridie Cunningham 2002 Ladies President
Willie Quinn 2002 Men's Captain
Seamus McGarvey 2002 President
Mary Doherty 2003 Ladies Captain
Bridie Cunningham 2003 Ladies President
Harold Reid 2003 Men's Captain
Seamus McGarvey 2003 President
Maria Rafferty 2004 Ladies Captain
Maureen Cunningham 2004 Ladies President
David Kelly 2004 Men's Captain
Colm Melly 2004 President
Phillipa Mullen 2005 Ladies Captain
Maureen Cunningham 2005 Ladies President
Frankie Kennedy 2005 Men's Captain
Colm Melly 2005 President
Goretti Cunningham 2006 Ladies Captain
Wendy Paterson 2006 Ladies President
Justin Gillespie 2006 Men's Captain
Enda Bonner 2006 President
Margaret Murphy  2007 Ladies Captain
Wendy Paterson 2007 Ladies President
Conal Keeney 2007 Men's Captain
Enda Bonner 2007 President
Nan Quinn 2008 Ladies Captain
Celia Keeney 2008 Ladies President
Sean Houston 2008 Men's Captain
Enda Bonner 2008 President
Eileen Kennedy 2009 Ladies Captain
Celia McGee 2009 Ladies President
Michael Glynn 2009 Men's Captain
Tony Bonner 2009 President
Margaret Roarty 2010 Ladies Captain
Anne Hayden 2010 Ladies President
Seamus McDonagh  2010 Men's Captain
Bart Whelan 2010 President
Bernie Tonry 2011 Ladies Captain
Anne Hayden 2011 Ladies President
Brian McGonagle 2011 Men's Captain
Bart Whelan 2011 President
Nora Shovlin 2012 Ladies Captain
Mary Nicholson 2012 Ladies President
Pat Connaghan 2012 Men's Captain
Dom Gallagher 2012 President
Agnes Shovlin 2013 Ladies Captain
Mary Nicholson
2013 Ladies President
Hugh F. Shovlin 2013 Men's Captain
Dom Gallagher
2013 President
Beatrice McDevitt 2014 Ladies Captain
Mary Nicholson 2014 Ladies President
Ciaran O'Kane 2014 Men's Captain
Harold Reid 2014 President
Maire McGovern 2015 Ladies Captain
Patricia McDaid 2015 Ladies President
Frank McGinley 2015 Men's Captain
Harold Reid 2015 President
Eithne Devlin 2016 Ladies Captain
Goretti Cunningham 2016 Ladies President
Sean Hanrahan 2016 Men's Captain
David Kelly
2016 President
Maureen Gildea 2017 Ladies Captain
  2017 Ladies President
Kevin Gilgunn
2017 Men's Captain
David Kelly 2017 President
Claire Boner
2018 Ladies Captain
  2018 Ladies President
John Callaghan 2018 Men's Captain
  2018 President
  2019 Ladies Captain
  2019 Ladies President
  2019 Men's Captain
  2019 President
Jenny Boyde 2020 Ladies Captain
  2020 Ladies President
John Quinn 2020 Men's Captain
Frank Doherty 2020 President
Marie Walsh (7.2) 2020 Lowest Ladies H'cap
David Cannon (4.8) 2020 Lowest Men's H'cap

Holes in One at Narin & Portnoo

Member Date Hole No. Club Used Distance
P. P. Roddy 1 November 1937 6th   166 m
S Barry 1 July 1940 4th   143 m
J. J. McBride 1 July 1952 2nd   144 m
Leo Gallagher 1 June 1961 3rd   141 m
Patsy Sweeney 1 November 1963 7th   95 m
Fr. Brendan McBride 1 July 1965 6th   187 m
James McGinley 1 June 1978 16th   110 m
Michael Naughton 14 April 1982 8th   130 m
Hugh Jackson 19 June 1983 11th   180 m
Seamus Doherty 19 June 1983 13th   170 m
John Michael O'Donnell 20 February 1983 16th   110 m
Denis Carberry 8 June 1986 16th   110 m
Lee Heron 4 August 1986 16th   110 m
Colm Melly 12 April 1987 8th   130 m
Vincent Rankin 10 July 1988 13th   170 m
Michael Bonner 23 July 1989 13th   170 m
Thomas Breslin 19 March 1990 8th   130 m
Rory O'Boyle 17 April 1990 3rd   171 m
Owen Bonner 15 July 1990 8th   130 m
J. A. McNeill 17 October 1990 11th   180 m
Nora Gormley 13 May 1991 3rd   136 m
Frankie Kennedy 24 August 1991 6th   198 m
George Doherty 17 August 1991 3rd   171 m
John Michael McDonnell 8 September 1991 11th   180 m
Finbar Boyle 13 April 1992 16th   110 m
Tom Glynn 5 June 1992 11th   180 m
Danny McGinley 6 June 1992 8th   130 m
Patsy Yankee Boyle 11 October 1992 16th   110 m
Frankie Kennedy 15 November 1992 16th   110 m
Connell Kennedy 16 May 1993 6th   198 m
Denis Carbery 11 July 1993 16th   110 m
Martin Arnold 25 September 1993 11th   180 m
Danny McGinley 14 November 1993 3rd   171 m
John McBride 15 May 1994 13th   170 m
Mary Nicholson 12 July 1994 6th   163 m
Dom Quinn 12 June 1994 8th   130 m
Peter Logue 6 August 1994 13th   170 m
Jimmy Cunningham 13 May 1995 6th   198 m
Sean McKenna 15 January 1995 16th   110 m
Myles Cunningham 1 June 1995 16th   110 m
Mary Nicholson 12 February 1996 16th   95 m
Stephen McGinley 12 May 1996 11th   180 m
Eamon McGill 13 April 1997 13th   170 m
Bert Hill 15 March 1997 8th   130 m
Pat McGinley 1 August 1995 16th   110 m
Joan McCole 21 February 1997 16th   95 m
Marie Walsh 30 March 1997 13th   154 m
Josie O'Boyle 23 July 1997 16th   110 m
Jim McRory 22 August 1997 16th   110 m
Patrick Gallagher 22 September 1997 16th   110 m
Myles Cunningham 22 March 1998 16th   110 m
Martin Whelan 1 June 2000 6th   221 m
Nan Quinn 22 August 2000 16th   95 m
James McGinley 16 October 2000 16th   110 m
Seamus McDonagh 1 January 2001 11th   180 m
Martin Sweeney 1 June 2001 8th   130 m
Gerard J. Doherty 10 October 2001 8th   130 m
John McBride 1 May 2002 16th   110 m
Brian Robertson 14 February 2002 6th   198 m
Hugo McGarrigle 1 August 2002 11th   180 m
James McRory 9 August 2002 11th   170 m
Nan Quinn 21 April 2003 6th   163 m
Marie Walsh 21 July 2005 16th   95 m
Harold Reid 7 December 2003 11th   180 m
Seamus Bonner 7 September 2003 16th   110 m
Frank McGinley 8 June 2003 16th   110 m
Harry McGee 10 July 2002 13th   180 m
Sean McKenna 10 May 2002 16th   110 m
Sean Joseph Gallagher 30 March 2003 16th   110 m
Barry O'Doherty 29 June 2003 16th   110 m
Nan Quinn 9 April 2004 16th   95 m
John J. Doherty 11 April 2004 8th   130 m
Paul McNamee 12 April 2004 11th   180 m
Frankie Kennedy 2 May 2004 11th   180 m
John Molloy 24 June 2004 8th   130 m
Brendan Quinn 22 July 2004 8th   130 m
Patrick A. Ree 8 August 2004 11th   175 m
John Lennon 22 August 2004 8th   130 m
James Byrne 1 November 2004 8th   130 m
Stephen Cullen 5 December 2004 3rd   171 m
Austin Laverty 21 December 2004 8th   130 m
Kevin McCready 25 February 2005 8th   125 m
Benny Quinn 19 March 2005 16th   120 m
Kevin Harley 17 July 2005 16th   110 m
John McCole 16 February 2005 13th   170 m
Max Cannon 13 August 2005 16th   110 m
Colette Bonner 28 May 2005 6th   143 m
Anne McBride 13 July 2005 16th   100 m
Pat Connaghan 10 September 2005 16th   106 m
Brid O'Keeffe 2nd June 2006 13th   102 m
Marie Corrigan 16th August 2006 11th     146 m
James McGuinness 11th October 2006 6th     198 m
Dennis Carbery 1st April 2007 7th     130 m
Harry Reid 2nd April 2007 7th     130 m
Michael Cooke 7th April 2007 16th     110 m
Marie Callaghan 31 July 2007 11th   122 m
Liam Holland 18 August 2007 7th   135 m
Sean McGinley 3 April 2008 7th   130 m
Fran McDonagh 25 May 2008 3rd   180 m
Paddy Breslin 2 June 2008 7th   125 m
Cathal Donoghue 11 June 2008 7th   143 m
Teresa McFadden 15 July 2008 7th   130 m
Kevin Doherty 17 August 2008 16th   110 m
Vincent Bonner 27 August 2008 3rd   171 m
Thomas C. O’Donnell 24 December 2008 3rd   161 m
Sean Houston 5 April 2009 16th   110 m
Patrick P. Gallagher 26 April 2009 3rd   171 m
Eamon McGill 13 May 2009 16th   110 m
Mickey Campbell 31 July 2009 16th   110 m
Paidí Beag MacGiolla Easpaig 17 August 2009 16th   110 m
Seamus McGarvey 24 September 2009 11th   180 m
Finnian O’Doherty 26 September 2009 16th   110 m
Shane Sandilands 7 November 2009 16th   110 m
Hugh Cunningham 13 November 2009 16th   110 m
Connie McGinley 21 March 2010 3rd   171 m
Martin Roarty 27 March 2010 3rd   171 m
Tony Cannon 27 March 2010 3rd   171 m
Enda Moore 2 May 2010 16th   110 m
Kieran Gallagher 11 July 2010 7th   130 m
Euan Woodside 29 July 2010 3rd   131 m
Agnes Shovlin 12 October 2010 11th   112 m
Noel Quinn 4 March 2011 11th   180 m
Nora Shovlin 16th April 2011 11th   112 m
Gerald McDwyer 30 April 2011 16th   110 m
Martin Regan 2 June 2011 7th   130 m
Barry McCloskey 12 February 2012 16th   110 m
Frankie Kennedy 10 March 2012 16th   110 m
Tony Patton 31 March 2012 16th   110 m
Shay Keogh 27 June 2012 16th   110 m
Seamus Faulkner 27 December 2012 7th   180 m
Conal Eamonn Gillespie 17 February 2013 16th   110 m