Sudbrook Moor’s under-19 Tigers contested the Junior Championship for gross and net titles from the championship tees.
The best net prize was won by 37-handicap Adam Tomlinson by nine shots and was the only competitor under CSS. Runner-up on countback was Aiden Hotchin, from Harry Glenn, who were both one over CSS.
The gross championship was secured by 14-year-old Harry Glenn who beat his nearest rival and previous champion Joshua Smith by six shots..
Daniel Hare and William Hopkins had successful scorecards, coming in third and fourth respectively. Aiden Hotchin was fifth, with Jack Dodwell and brothers Adam and Richard Tomlinson sixth, seventh and eighth respectively. Robert Eldred enjoyed an excellent first event.
The first round of Belton Woods Winter Pairs League was contested on the Woodside Course, with white tees and a 3/4 handicap allowance.
Victors with a score of 43 were R. Elliott and G. Whewell. Runners-up were G. Bell and J. Seedhouse on 42, from R. Williams and S. McAndrew (42), N. Watson and R. Harris (41) and G. Weatherall and D. Fowler (40).
Last Tuesday’s stableford was contested by 36 players and won by Colin Farrington with a score of 37. Runner-up was Laurence Haselhurst with 36 on countback from Fred Williams and Tony Noble.
The back nine was won by Shaun Boney with 20 and Nick Craft had the best front nine with 20 on countback.
Stoke Rochford 6½
Belton Park 1½
Shaun Boney and Keith Brown halved, Peter Brooks and Manny Barker lost 1 down, Mike Monaghan and Alan Addis lost 2&1, Brian Mole and Ian Saunders lost 3&2, Tony Davies and Fred Williams won 4&3, Bill Brogan and David Martin lost 2&1, David Green and Michael Goodacre lost 5&4, John Alsbury and Keith Ball lost 8&7.