Micheal has just returned to the club this year and it has not taken him long to produce his best form. He had a front nine of one under par with three birdies at the 1st, 8th, and 9th holes, with two bogeys at the 2nd and 6th holes along with four pars for 20 points.
He had another 20 points on his back nine with two birdies at the 12th and 14th holes, one bogey at the 16th hole and six pars at the 10th, 11th, 13th, 15th, 17th, and 18th holes for his total of 40 points and his first win of the season.
In second place was Darren O’Hanlon with another 40 points, he had 21 points on his front nine with four pars, one double bogey and four bogeys. His back nine included another four pars with one no-score at the 16th , one double bogey and three single bogeys for another 19 points.
Third was Owen Callaghan with 39 points, he had 18 points on his front nine with four pars, one triple bogey and four bogeys. He had 21 points on his back nine with one birdie, three bogeys and five pars at his remaining holes.
The gross prize went to Steven Kelly with a gross 75.
He had a front nine of 39 with five pars and four single bogeys and a back nine of 36 with three birdies, two bogeys and four pars.
Fourth place went to Gareth Magee with 39 points, he had 20 on his front nine with four pars,one double bogey and four single bogeys.
His back nine contained another four pars, one triple bogey, one double bogey and three single bogeys for 19 points.
Fifth was Kevin Carson with 38 points, he had 20 points on his front nine with five pars, one double bogey and three bogeys. His back nine of 18 points had two pars, one double bogey and six single bogeys.
The senior prize was won by Thomas Marley with 35 points.
The junior winner was Aaron Doyle with 34pts.
Section winners: 0-12 Thomas Smyth 37pts; 13-18 Martin McConville 35pts; 19-28 Gerry Canning 34pts.