Qualifiers MondayTerence Patton Strabane CCMervyn White ConwalAlan Marshall Newtown Pres
Tues QualifiersChuck McTaggart MilfordSeamus McLaughlin GreenbankMalcolm Thompson Gortnessy
Wednesday qualifiers Lisa O Kane st Eunans Raphoe.Susanne Finlay. Carnone. Steven Long St Ninans Convoy
Thursday night qulifersB Cole st. Johnston BCJ Moore . st. Marys Burncranna
Friday night early sessionEddie Crawford
Friday night qualifiersAlan McCombe First AhoghillWilliam Boggs Ardstraw
Saturday night qulifersKenneth Tinney St Johnston BCWilliam Devenney 1st Limavady Derek Corscadden. 1st Limavady
Stephen Long, St Ninians Convoy, capitalised on the good form he has been showing since the beginning of the season by winning the St Johnston event and booking his place in the Champion of Champions, 2017. Runner up was Alan McCombe, First Ahoghill, and the semi-finalists were Mervyn White, Conwal, and Malcolm Thompson, Gortnessey. Other competitors in the Finals were Chuck McTaggart, Milford, Eddie Crawford, Ulster Transport, Bertie Cole, St Johnston BC, Derek Corscadden, First Limavady, Suzanne Finlay, Carnone, Lisa O’Kane, St Eunans, Raphoe, Seamus McLaughlin, Greenbank, Johnny Moore, St Marys Buncrana, Keith Tinney, St Johnston BC, Alan Marshall, Newtowncunningham Pres, William Boggs, Ardstraw, and William Devenney, First Limavady. Winners prize was a painting, sponsored by Merina Hamilton, well- known local artist and sculptor, who has commissions for work for the likes of President Mary McAleese and making awards for Horse Racing Ireland, some of which went to Sheikhs and Princess Hiya of Jordan.