Matt Briant and Kirra White have successfully defended their Club Mixed Foursomes Championships title at the Mount Isa Golf Club.
White and Briant lead the pack from day one carding an impressive 81 gross total to take the lead by three strokes.
Heading into the final round, the winning tandem never looked back improving their first day sore by one stroke and a total score of 161 for the weekend.
Briant and White's domination off the tees, combined with their pinpoint accuracy around the greens proved to be the winning formula, claiming top honours by fourteen strokes ahead of their opponents.
Angie Sciascia and Ian Brown were awarded the runner-up gross prize with 175.
In the handicap division with Ray Wilson and Prue Dunstan dominated the pack taking the winning spot with 141 nett clearly defeating the runner-up team of Dick Bawden and Elayne White on 147.
The Best Nett on Day 1 went to Abella Amarama and Suni Thogersen, while husband and wife team Renee and Wayne Blackman dominated on Day 2.
The nearest-to-pin winners on Saturday were: Mark and Linda Bellamy (hole 1), Tom and Judy Fangrath (hole 2) and R. Gilchrist and Auretta Perrin (holes 12 and 17).
The following day, the nearest-to-pin winners were: Ron Corstiaans and Alison Gordon (holes 4 and 9), Dick Bawden and Elayne White (hole 11), R. Patmore and Margie McDonald (hole 18)
Earlier in the week visiting golfer Denise Keary claimed the 18-Hole Monthly Medal event sponsored by Jakeman Constructions with 72 nett.
Hot on her heels to take the runner up spot was Bernie Hartnett finishing on 73 nett.
The nearest-to-pin winners at the Wednesday event were Liz Jakeman (hole 2) and Denise Keary (hole 14).