A tournament was held in memory of a Lochgelly champion golfer on Saturday. 

The event, which honoured Allan Brannigan who died last October at the age of 60, took place at Lochgelly Golf Club. 

Around 60 golfers were in attendance with Gary Brown taking home the trophy after bagging 42 points. 

Andreen Brannigan Westwood, Allan's sister, told the Times: "It was brilliant, it was a really brilliant day and it was very successful.  

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"There was a tournament first thing in the morning and there were quite a lot of golfers there, maybe around 60.

"A big thank you to Lochgelly Golf Club for hosting and organising Allan's memorial tournament. 

"And thank you to the greenkeepers for making the course look fab after the weather we've had. 

"Thank you to everybody involved, whether you were golfing or met us in the golf club afterwards, a big thank you to Pamela for her fab entertainment, as always.

"Thank you to Mary Davenport for her amazing photography on the course. 

"Congratulations to Gary Brown, who won the tournament with 24 points and thanks to each and everyone for making it a great day. I hope you all participate for years to come."