Suits you Shea!
Shea Brady lifted the JR McMahon sponsored Allen Cup with an unbeatable nett 62 score.
Brian Graham, from the Scotch Street mens clothing store, presented the young barman with the coveted trophy in front of a packed clubhouse on Saturday evening.
Playing off a handicap of eight, Shea produced his best round of the season so far to take the honours by two clear shots - Jimmy Quinn his nearest challenger with an equally impressive nett 64.
A dropped shot at the par three third hole was cancelled out by a birdie three at the par four fourth hole as Shea got off to a steady start. And with a second birdie at the par three ninth hole he was under par at the turn.
Shea completed a hat-trick of birdies at the 12th hole and in between an impressive run of pars dropped only one further shot at the 17th.
Shea's playing partner Jarlath McReynolds was equally in top form and off his 4-handicap produced a level par front nine and two under par back nine which included two birdies and an eagle at the par five 12th hole for a superb gross 68, nett 64 to win Category One. Stewart Stevenson was just a shot behind and lifted the runners up prize.
David Grimley's three over par front and seven over par back nine for a nett 65, won him Category Two with Johnny Palmer runner up with a nett 66.
And Ronan McWilliams shot his best score of the season to date for a nett 64 to win Category Three, Benny Simpson his runner up with a net 68.
1st Shea Brady (nett 62)
2nd Jimmy Quinn (nett 64 - back 9)
(0 - 12)
1st Jarleth McReynolds (nett 64 - also best gross score - 68)
2nd Stewart Stevenson (nett 65)
(13 - 18)
1st David Grimley (nett 65)
2nd Johnny Palmer (nett 66 - back 9)
(19 - 28)
1st Ronan McWilliams (nett 64)
2nd Benny Simpson (nett 68)