Eddie Doyle and Jimmy Heggarty turned in a hot finish at Rosslare to match the sunshine and share the honours after the Senator Windows pro-am tournament.
Heggarty birdied four of the last six holes and Doyle birdied four of the last seven to split the winner's cheque.
Both players finished at three-under-par 69 - great recovery by Doyle who was three over after five holes having double-bogeyed the short 2nd hole. However, he birdied the other two short holes - the 8th and 10th and after dropping a stroke at the 11th he then birdied the next two, the 14th and the
It was a flying finish also by Heggarty,. He turned one-under after a two at the 2nd, bogeyed 11 and 12 and then went birdie-birdie-par-par-birdie-birdie to finish.
Heggarty made it a personal double as he also led in the winning team on 95 points.
69 (-3) - E Doyle (Heath), J Heggarty (Spawell)
70 - J Bolger (Kilkenny), JP Dolan (Charleville), P Jones (Coollattin).
71 - L Walker (Dundalk), D Ryan (Cork), M Sludds (Enniscorthy), R Burns
72 - S Codd (Rosslare), D Mooney (Laganview), S O'Grady (Black Bush).
73 - T Higgins (Mt Juliet), L Bowler (St Helen's Bay), G Loughrey
(Knockbracken), N Manchip (Royal Dublin), F Dwyer (Celbridge), M Allan
74 - J Coone (Courtown), D Hayes (Dungarvan), K Morris (Fota Is), J Dignam
(Slade Valley), S Hamill (Lisburn).
75 - I Kerr (Carlow DR), D O'Sullivan (St Margaret's), K Dorrian
76 - R Ryan (Athenry), M O'Boyle (Cill Dara), G Burke (Curragh), F Murphy
95pts - J Heggarty (Spawell) with Liam Brett 12, Paul Crosbie 16 & Tony
Crosbie 17 (Crosbie Bros. Team).