Two times winner David Thomson (Lothian & Borders) - pictured right - was runner up this year, scores of 79 and 71 giving him a 150 total, whilst his superb second round of 69 gave Matthew Malpas (Strathclyde) - pictured below -a 151 total and third place, by virtue of the better round over West Kilbride.
Fourth nett in the 0 - 9 category was SPGA Committee Member Jim Stevenson (Strathclyde) - pictured right. Playing off a handicap of 5, Stevenson returned 74 over Bogside and 72 over West Kilbride for a 146 total.
Fourth in the class was Peter Field (Tayside) with rounds of 78 - 74 for 152.
Runners up, with a 447 total, were the Strathclyde Team no. 5 of Stuart Wilson - pictured right receiving his teams awards - Jim Jack, Ricky Nicol & Colin Harris.
Playing off 5, Paton had a nett 74 over Irvine and 77 over his home course at West Kilbride for a 151 total and fourth place by virtue of the best round over West Kilbride. Also on 151, but losing out to Paton, was local man Jim Jack (Strathclyde).
There were two neares the hole prizes each day on the championship courses. Special mention must go to Jim Gilmour (Strathclyde) - pictured right - who made the nearest in two at the last competition at Irvine on the Tuesday the shortest lived competition of its kind. Playing in the first game, Gilmour hit his second shot in to 8 inches, to egffectively end the competition virtually before it had even begun !!.
Kilbride's answer to Ricky Fulton prepares to announce her arrival.
Strathclyde Assistant Secretary, Alasdair Malcolm, makes a presentation on behalf of the force to the starters team at Irvine, Led by retired officer Jack Steel.