Weather is kind to juveniles for their special day at club

Last Sunday was Juveniles Day at Banbridge Golf Club and thankfully the weather was slightly kinder than it had been the previous day.

Susan Magennis and her committee had arranged competitions for all ages and abilities.

The results were as follows:

SMALL CUP: Josh Crory beat Dillon Cowan in the final. Matthew Young and Jamie Thompson were the beaten semi-finalists.

THE RUSSELL SHIELD: Richard Lytle who shot the best gross score of the day, an excellent 71, won this prize.

THE SEAN BRODERICK MEMORIAL TROPHY: Patrick Magennis was the winner with 39 points. Scott Nelson was runner-up with 38 points and Jonathan Brush was third, also with 38 points.

THE PEPPER SHIELD: This is for juvenile handicap players and is played off the yellow blocks. Matthew Elliott was the winner with 44 points. Stephen Teggart was second with 42 points, Peter McConville was third with 41 points and Matthew Doyle was fourth with 41 points.

THE BRYSON SHIELD: Cameron Allison won the Bryson Shield as the senior juvenile golfer of the year.

THE CAMPBELL CHALLENGE CUP: The award for the golfer of the year off the yellow blocks went to Conor McCullough.

THE JOHN MAGENNIS CUP: Mark Cowan as the top junior boy won this cup.

THE FERGUSON CUP: This is presented to the leading juvenile in the senior golfer of the year points table. Patrick Magennis was the winner. He is currently in seventh place, which is fantastic.

THE LOCKHART CUP: Mellissa Whan was the top girl with 42 points. Her sister Megan was runner-up.

THE HELEN COX CUP: This is for the younger girls and the winner was Sarah Magennis.

THE LONGEST DRIVE: Jack Rice was the winner off the white blocks, Matthew Doyle was best off the yellow blocks and Melissa Whan was the longest off the red blocks.

NEAREST THE PIN: Scott Thompson hit his tee-shot closest to the hole at the short 12th.

PUTTING: Conor McCullough and Jonathan Brush came out on top with the short stick.

Susan Magennis would like to thank all those adult members who helped organise the day.