Henningsson upstages them all

Oskar Henningsson fired a second successive 67 to claim a two -shot victory at the European Tour’s Moravia Silesia Open.

Sweden’s Oskar Henningsson, winner of the European Tour qualifying school last November, won his first title on the circuit in the Czech Republic on Sunday.
A superb second successive 67 gave the 23-year-old the Moravia Silesia Open by two strokes from England’s Steve Webster and Sam Little.
Henningsson, three behind Webster overnight, earned just over £285,000 – after going into the tournament 154th on the “Race to Dubai” money list with £87,000.
A week after finishing fourth at the SAS Masters in his home country he went to the turn in 32, picked up further shots at the 13th and 16th, but then had a nervous wait after bogeying the last.
His challengers all made too many mistakes, however. Webster fell back with a poor front nine and Spaniard Ignacio Garrido, having taken over at the top, started the inward half with three successive bogeys.
Henningsson posted a 13-under-par total of 275 on the Miguel Angel Jimenez-designed Prosper Resort.
Jimenez himself came joint 17th, while Northern Ireland’s Gareth Maybin, who with five to play was joint leader, dropped back to seventh with three bogeys and a double bogey in the last five holes.