ROBERT Treanor recorded 43 points to claim James O’Hagan’s Captain’s Day prize at Loughgall on Saturday.
Over 100 players stepped out to compete for honours - with Treanor the main man thanks to 43 points. His tally was matched by Jonathan Hewitt but Treanor claimed top spot courtesy of the countback.
The ever-consistent Jackson Ruddock posted 41 points for a top-three placing and Jamie Mulholland came home as the final player in the 40s.
Adam Galbraith’s score of 39 points left him fifth - in close proximity to his regular fourball colleagues of Ruddock and Treanor.
Adam Kerr lifted the gross prize with a strong 75 and the leading juvenile was Adam Proctor on 39 ahead of Fionntain Nixon’s 35.
The Famous Grouse proved the perfect venue for the post-play Captain’s Day reception.
Refreshments had been provided by The Famous Grouse at the 11th green/12th tee-box during the day and everyone enjoyed the evening fun.
Tomorrow’s (Saturday’s) competition will be tomorrow (Saturday) with the Fred Daly Memorial qualifier on a strokeplay format.
See next week’s ‘Times’ for more presentation pics.