THE Isis juniors had a huge weekend of golf, contesting the Final of the Wide Bay junior pennants competition and hosting the third round of the Wide Bay junior carnival circuit. On Saturday morning Bundaberg and Isis juniors teed off for the right to be the Wide Bay Junior Pennants Champions for 2015. The competition was always going to be close with Isis winning on the 18th hole of the fifth match. Caleb Scott played well to just lose to Cameron McFarlane from Bundy in game 1, in game two Will Martell had a close tussle with Ferghus McCosh to go down 2 and 1. This left Isis two down after two games. In game three Sophie Martell had a comfortable win over Isabella Artcheua 6 and 5. In game 4 Curtis Fredriksen kept his nerve to play very well to win 3 and 2. In the last game Ben Scott played as if it was a Sunday afternoon social hit showing no tightness at all. He came from two holes down to win on the 18th making a two meter clutch put to win with a par. This was worthy redemption from last year as Isis went down in a close tussle with Bargara in last year’s final. This would be the first time in at least 15 years that Isis has won the Wide Bay Junior Pennants. On Sunday the club hosted 70 players of all ages for the third round of the Wide Bay Junior circuit, Isis players played extremely well with Will Martell coming second in the Boys’ first division with a 77 off the stick finishing four shots behind the winner Cameron McFarlane. Sophie, his sister, went one better to win the girls’ event with a score of 87. In the nine hole boys’ event Wesley Hinton took out the Gross event with a 54 while Cooper Burns was Nett Runner Up in this event. In the 13 Hole girls’ event Amara Burns won the Nett prize. In the six hole event Xavier Freeman was second overall with a score of 28. In the three hole event Wesley's sister Maicee started her golfing career with a win in the Nett event. In the three hole boys the Corsetti brothers Max and Nicholas took out first and second in the Nett event. Thanks to all those parents who helped on the day.