1st Ronan O'Reilly 43pts
2nd Niall McGeown 38pts
1st Ryan McVeigh 37pts
2nd Jerome Leer 35pts
1st TA Nesbitt 37pts
2nd Paul Kelly 35pts
1st Hugh McAneaney 34pts
2nd Brendan Lynch 34pts
Ronan rolls up for stableford win
Ronan O'Reilly chalked up 43 points to win the Club Stableford on Sunday. And he was five points clear of the rest of the field on the day.
Opening with five pars in a row, Ronan had 22 points on his card by the half-way stage. And with a further three pars and a birdie four at the par five 12th hole, he added another 21 points for an untouchable 43 points.
In-form Niall McGeown came closest to Ronan with 38 points, recording 19 over the front nine and 19 on the return trek, to take the runners up prize.
However, Ryan McVeigh will know a double bogey six at the last hole cost him that runners up prize. His 37 points still secured him Category One's winning prize. Jerome Leer was two points adrift and picked up the category's runner up prize.
Alec Nesbitt too had a tale of woe to tell - no scores at the 15th and 16th holes and with 37 points had to settle for runners up in Category 2 where Paul Kelly's 35 points - 21 from the front nine and 14 from the back - earned him second.
Hugh McEneaney, a winner the previous day, continued his winning form for the Category 3 first prize with 34 points beating Brendan Lynch, also recording 34 points, on countback.