In the net competition sponsored by ICBL, which recognised the scores after the consideration of handicaps, Crichlow shot a gross 74 and took the podium position with a net 67 when his handicap of 7 was applied.
Second was Neville Brewster (net 69), who edged Johnathan Simpson of horse-racing fame on the count-back system. Simpson (18 handicap) also shot a net 69 but Brewster produced a better score over the last nine holes.
Barbados player Dawn Bispham, also the winner of the 2013 RBC Classic, was fourth with a net 70 while the talented scratch-golfer Roger Bostic, widely recognised for his caddy skills at Sandy Lane, was awarded a special prize for his below par gross 71, an outstanding score on the day.
Close to 100 players contested the strokeplay event and several prizes that tested the skills of golfers were also up for grabs.
Veteran Barbados player Helen Foster and coach Jaleel Marshall took prizes for the longest drives of the day. On hole No. 11, Marshall struck his tee-shot close to 300 yards, into wind, while Foster took the women's prize on hole No.17.
Closest-to-the-pin prizes were won by Claire Boucher (women) and UK-based Richard Payne who took the prize in the men's division as he flopped his tee-shot within six feet of the hole on No.16, a par-3 which forces players to hit from west to east over water.
During a presentation ceremony at the BGC club-house, BGA President Cally Boyea thanked all players for making the 2015 Trophy competition a success and also thanked sponsors ICBL, Mels Beauty Salon and Carmelia's Elegant Spa.
Boyea also praised the management and staff of the Barbados Golf Club for hosting the event and disclosed that the next event on the BGA's calendar will be trials for senior players , seeking to represent Barbados at the 2015 Caribbean Championships in Jamaica in July.
Trials are being played between June 6 and 14 at Royal Westmoreland and the Barbados Golf Club.
By Bernard Babb