NSPCC is the leading Children’s charity fighting to end child abuse in the UK and Channel Islands. They help children who have been abused rebuild their lives, protect children at risk and when a child needs a helping hand they are there.

Childhood Day is the biggest day of the year for the NSPCC. This year it was Friday, June 7 and a golf tournament was organised by Sandra Armstrong from the Enniskillen Branch of the NSPCC and District Committee.

She said: “What better way to have fun and raise money for a great cause than a friendly game of golf in the beautiful surroundings of Castle Hume?”

"A big thank you to LoughErne and Castlehume for allowing our charity golf competition to be held there."

63 golfers from Castle Hume, Lough Erne, Enniskillen and other clubs took part in playing for fabulous prizes donated by local businesses which was really appreciated.

The amount raised so far is an amazing £1,840. This money will be spent helping children in Northern Ireland.

“Every child is worth fighting for,” added Sandra.

Men's winners: First - Declan Moore (42pts); Second - John Colton (36pts, bb6); Thirs - Jim McClintock (36pts); Fourth - Charlie Burns (35pts); Front Nine - Jarlath McSharry (19pts); Back Nine - Paul Stenson (18pts); Longest Drive - John Slowey; Nearest the Pin - Roy Cathcart.

Ladies winners: First - Christine Montgomery (36pts, bb9); Second - Gillian Wilson (36pts); Third - Lily O'Connell (35pts), Fourth - Fiona McClintock - (34pts); Front Nine - Rene Johnston; Back Nine - Catriona McCullagh; Longest Drive - Ursula Donnelly; Putting competition - First - Maire Newman; Second Lily O'Connell.