On Monday August 5th, the Kingston District of the Golf Association of Ontario held their fourth (4th) year of Junior Intersectional Matches. Again, McDonald’s Restaurant of the Greater Kingston was the sponsor and all junior players received a coupon for a free extra value meal. Players who accumulated the maximum points for their club were rewarded with a McDonald bag. The 73 junior participants are very thankful to McDonald’s.
At the Colonnade Golf & Country Club, the overall matches resulted in a win in Section 1 for Cataraqui Golf & Country Club with 41 points out of a possible 48. The host club Colonnade came in second with 26 points while the Amherstview Golf Club earned 19 points and Bay of Quinte 10 points. Those who succeeded in getting 3 wins and making the maximum 6 points for Cataraqui were: Mitchell King, Jamaal Moussaoui, Assaad Moussaoui and Nick Kelsey. Curtis Morrison from Colonnade joined Michael Whiteland of Amherstview with 3 wins and 6 points.
In Section 2 at the Oak Hills Golf Club, The Landings, wanting to get back in the premier section, made sure of winning with 28 points out of a possible 32 points. Oak Hills Golf Club came in second with 18 points, while the Gananoque Golf & Country Club made 2 points. Only 3 clubs participated in this section. Those who succeeded in getting 2 wins and the maximum points for The Landings were: Eric Macrow, Connor Lyon, Paul Martin, Bilal Mufti, Christiaan Prent and Jacob Gazeley. For Oak Hills they were: Ethan Johnston and Brady Lumley.
As an overall result, The Landings earned their way back into the Premier Section for next year replacing Bay of Quinte Golf & Country Club who will go down into Section 2. The teams finishing in second place this year, Colonnade and Oak Hills, will be hosting next year.