Hunter home first thanks to slick Tandragee performance

Denver Jameson.
Denver Jameson.

Philip Hunter posted 41 points around Tandragee on the way to victory in the Club Stableford.

Andrew McSorley was runner-up on 38 points thanks to form over the final six holes at the expense of Jamie Stothers.

In the W Mayes Memorial, Denver Jameson finished first off his 13 handicap with 42 points overall.

Paul Topley came home next following a five-under-par round that included four birdies.

James Anderson posted 41 points to edge out Allen Morton and Andy Latimer.

James Armstrong was the winner of the gross section on 71.

Tandragee’s Rossmore Cup players - under the guidance of William Robinson - lost out over the quarter-finals at Mourne.

Having won 1.5 matches in the home leg, Tandragee lost out on the road.

The Sam Rutherford team’s second-leg test against Mourne on Sunday left Tandragee with success by 18 holes to overcome the first-leg deficit of seven.

Johnny Quinn and Harry Thompson won eight holes up.

Brian Fyffe and Luke Mehaffey were clear by six, Stefan McNeill and Chris Fearon edged home by one and the pairing of Hammy Loney and Colin McMullen finished with a clearance of three.

In the ladies’ section, Sara-Jo Loney won the CabNewell Trophy with 37 points to see off Karen Shaw over the back-nine countback.