CAM Haines celebrated after being crowned Ross Golf Club's men's champion for the third time in four years.

As customary there were some intriguing contests for members to savour with the 36 holes men's singles final to decide the men's club champion bringing together two in-form players in 20 year-old reigning champion Haines, a scratch handicap player and four handicapper Tim Wyatt.

While most of their morning 18 holes session promised a close match Haines won three of the last six holes seeing him four holes up at the half-way stage.

The afternoon round saw Haines make a blistering start with two birdies in the first three holes and after 27 holes he stood on the verge of victory.

The pair ultimately exchanged acknowledgements on the 11th green enabling Haines to celebrate.

Meanwhile, in the final of the Harold Bradley Cup, affectionately known as the Rabbits Cup being for players with handicaps over 18 Andrew Reeves found himself competing against a newcomer in Joe Hiram.

With both players sporting 20 handicaps the scene was set for a good tussle. However, on the day it was Reeves who enjoyed his first taste of silverware with a 4-3 victory.