Kelly gets his eye in

LUKE Kelly was top of the shots in the Galvin Green Northern Order of Merit fixture at Manchester.

But it was a close call for the Ashton-under-Lyne player who got the verdict on countback from Manchester’s Aiden Hoosen to claim the Hulbert Trophy.

Kelly opened with a three-under-par 69 and followed up with 70 which included a trio of birdies from the seventh,

Nelson’s Curtis Clarkin maintained his 55 points lead from the chasing pack.

LEADING SCORES: 139 Luke Kelly (Ashton-under-Lyne) 69 70, Aiden Hoosen (Manchester) 68 71; 141 Joseph Bannan (Manchester) 71 70, Ian Kenwright (Haydock Park) 70 71; 145 Anthony Harwood (Blackburn) 71 74, Gregory Holmes (Royal Birkdale) 70 75; 146 Graeme Booth (Formby) 74 72, Gareth Clark (Manchester) 70 76; 147 James Kempster (Bramhall) 71 76; 148 Ciaran Doherty (Bury) 76 72, Liam Kindon (Delamere Forest) 74 74; 149 Max Rogers (Astbury) 74 75.

ORDER OF MERIT:  285 Curtis Clarkin (Nelson); 230 Oliver Ravenscroft (Hillside), Ciaran Doherty (Bury); 225 Ian Kenwright (Haydock Park); 215 Steven Capper (Royal Liverpool); 230 Ciaran Doherty (Bury); 190 Calum Metcalf (Pleasington), Graham Booth (Formby Hall); 170 Jack Brooks (Mere); 160 Aiden Hoosen (Manchester); 150 John Carroll (Huyton & Prescot), Matt Collinge (Greenmount), Martin Thomas (Royal Liverpool).

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