GOLF AROUND THE GREENS
THE men's open winners were Steve Seward and Mike Holt, who took the honours in the four-ball better-ball event with a nett score of 62, one shot ahead of Neil Sellick and Carl Channon (63).
Third were Paul Selley and Damian Sanders (64 ocb) and fourth Steve Collins and Eddie Mair.
The three-ball better-ball event was won with a great score of -13 by county player Dan Rosevear and partners Ashley Reburn and Keiran Alder.
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They finished five shots ahead of Tom Watkins, Dave Wright and Frazer Reed in second place. Next up were George Frude, Devon captain Adam Bridgewater and Chris Gunn on -3.
The winners of the August Medal were R Johnson (Division One, B Johnstone (Division Two), Jim Dawson (Division Three) and J Adams (Division Four).
Results: September Stableford Division One: 1 Brain Jago 38, 2 Keith Jones-Hughes 36, 3 Ray Best 35. Division Two: 1 Eddie Wakeham 37 ocb, 2 Bernard Sibley, 3 Alan Knight 36
AMANDA BURCHELL won a Silver Rose Spoon Award from the English Women's Golf Association for the best strokeplay card returned by clubs nationwide.
Having joined Bigbury this year her handicap has come down from 27 to 17.
The Coronation Trophy, a medal competition over 18 holes, was won by Stuart Fulton with a gross 73, nett 64. Second was Peter Hamon (nett 68) and third was Terry Horswill (nett 69) on countback from John Hailley.
In the ladies' closed competition, the Silver Division lowest gross score was Amy McSweeny's 81, and the best nett was Karen Graddon's 73.
The Bronze Division lowest gross score was Jan Lucas's 103, with the best nett Trish Davis' 79.
THE Jack Finch Memorial Open winners, with 47 points, were Jake Eastley and Lee Kirk.
Results: 1 Jake Eastley & Lee Kirk 47, 2 Alan Johnson & Mike Johnson 44, 3 Mark Vinecombe & Billy Bennett 43, 4 Steve Banks & Nigel Roberts 42, 5 Mike Finch & Elliot Finch
The Wednesday roll up stableford produced another win for junior captain Alan Johnson with 43 points. Nick Carter was second (36) and Tommy Ryder third (35).
MIKE NANCEKIVELL and Brenda Pascoe shot 51 to win the Fossils' Captain's Charity Day four-ball better-ball event.
Keith Field and Hilary Twist beat Bernard Howley and Sue Stocker into second spot with a score of 47 points on countback.
Nancekivell was also victorious in the Hi-Lo competition, scoring 50 points with partner Alan Twist and then winning the recent stableford competition.
Steve Cartledge was the standout winner with 45 points in the Gold Division of an individual stableford competition over the Kernow Course.
The Fossils' stableford Gold Division was won by Bernard Howley, who carded an impressive 43 points. Tony Howley (40) pipped David Pover for second on countback.
Results: Mixed Better-ball: 1 Mike Nancekivell & Brenda Pascoe 51, 2 Keith Field & Hilary Twist 47 ocb, 3 Bernard Howley & Sue Stocker
Individual Stableford Gold Division: 1 Steve Cartledge 45, 2 Mick Heaton 38, 3 Tony Hurley 37 ocb
Silver Division: 1 Richard Freeman 41, 2 Haviland Bassett 40, 3 Chris Granger 37 ocb
Bronze Division: 1 David Peet 39, 2 Colin MacDonald 38, 3 John Fields 35
Ladies' September extra medal Division One: 1 Samantha Giles (71-1=70), 2 Glennis Wootton (89-17=72), 3 Sue Stocker (87-14=73)
Division Two: 1 Evelyn Postles (93-26=67), 2 Irene Palmer (98-28=70), 3 Sheila Marquand (95-21=74)
Jubilee Cup: 1 Geraldine Howley (91-20=71 ocb), 2 Anita Gruitt (83-12=7)
Fossils' Stableford Gold Division: 1 Bernard Howley 43, 2 Tony Hurley 40 ocb, 3 David Pover
Silver Division: 1 Ray Lowden 34 ocb, 2 Roger Harris, 3 Cyril Watch 33
Bronze Division: 1 John Singleton 35 ocb, 2 Francis Barrett, 3 John Fields 34
The Ladies Captain's Day three-ball better-ball competition was won by Kathy Fox, Pat Taylor and Linda Hobbs with a score of 118 points.
The August medal went to Mercy Lamb (79 points) with Sue Murch (80) a close second.
Heather Hunter (33 points) was the winner of the weekend stableford and the Tuesday competition was won by Denise Johnston (31) from Karen Ible (30) and Muriel Hocking (29).
The Charity Driver Texas scramble was won by Karen Preston, Sue Murch and Jane King.
A score of nett 70 won the Ladies' Summer Cup for Muriel Hocking, who beat Lyn Wilcox by 10 shots.