William Small’s Junior Captain’s Day attracted support from over 50 colleagues at Tandragee - with Andrew McSorley taking home the main prize.
Players across the age range of 5-18 years old took to the Tandragee course to celebrate Small’s showpiece.
McSorley posted 39 points over the 18 holes to finish in front of Cameron Fox’s tally of 37.
David Cunningham collected the gross prize and also posted the longest drive, with Zach Jameson claiming the nearest-to-the-pin honour.
Reuben Taylor finished first in the race for the nine-hole award thanks to 17 points, followed home by William Cairns’ 16.
Daniel Cairns came home third on 15, with the nearest-to-the-pin and longest drive prizes picked up, respectively, by Sophie Duke and Eoin McCourt.
Kaitlin Maney proved the pick of the putting field.
Joshua Dennison edged out James Haffey for the four-hole honour, with Beth Moates next in line.
Matthew Haffey was top of the putting competition and Callum Sterritt the Best Dressed player.
The club’s Pro Shop-sponsored Stableford on Saturday featured Denver Jameson top on 43 points.
Jameson, who played off a 16 handicap, posted 21 points across the back nine then finished in front of Paul Headley thanks to the countback.
Kenny Craig was third on 41 points and 20 across the back nine to defeat Nigel Duffy.
James Armstrong was fifth, with Damien O’Hare next courtesy of the countback.
George Quinn claimed seventh, with James Hewitt lifting the gross prize thanks to three birdies and an eagle.
Raymond White finished first in the race for the seniors’ prize.
In the ladies’ open stableford, Ruby Harvey came home first on 38 points to claim the Ulster Carpet-sponsored award.
Vivienne Loney posted 37 points to finish second in front of Julie Swaffield.
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