Ballycastle face Clontarf in Revive Active Women’s All-Ireland Four-Balls

Ballycastle face Clontarf in Revive Active Women’s All-Ireland Four-Balls

Caroline Hewitt, Dun Laoghaire, the 2019 winner.

By Damian Mullan

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THE quarter-finals of the Revive Active Women’s All-Ireland Four-Balls takes place this weekend at Knightsbrook Hotel Spa and Golf Resort.

Cancelled in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the eight area winners will meet at the Meath venue on Saturday morning looking to book their place in the final four of the Revive Active Women’s All-Ireland Four-Balls.

Back-to-back champions Dun Laoghaire were beaten in the Leinster South Area Final by The K Club, in the most notable result from the area stages.

Daithi O’Connor, founder of Revive Active, said: “We at Revive Active are extremely passionate about promoting women’s sport in Ireland and giving it the leverage and backing it deserves. 

“After such a challenging 18 months it has been heart-warming to see over 1,700 participants from 170 clubs take part in the Revive Active Women’s Four-Ball competition so far, enjoying all the associated health benefits of taking part in physical activity.

"We wish all the Quarter-Finalists the very best of luck for a great weekend of competition.”

The four quarter-final winners will meet in two semi-finals at Strandhill GC on Saturday October 2, with the final the following day at the Sligo links.

Revive Active Women’s All-Ireland Four-Ball Area Winners:

Connacht - Gort
Leinster North - Clontarf
Leinster Central - Rathdowney
Leinster South - K Club
Ulster North - Ballycastle
Ulster South - Shandon Park
Munster East - West Waterford
Munster West - Ballybunion

Revive Active Women’s All-Ireland Four-Ball quarter-finals:

Ballycastle v Clontarf
Shandon Park v K Club
Gort v West Waterford
Rathdowney v Ballybunion

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