Plymouth Herald golf around the greens
DAVE RUNDLE stormed away in Division One of the bogey competition with a score of +10.
Ricky Bradford (+6) edged out Barrie Toms (+6) for second place.
There was a three way tie at the top of Division Two with Jamie Webb (+4) claiming first place from Nick Thomas and Phil Smith.
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Division Three had a clear winner in Evan Cox (+8). Tom McKellar (+4) beat Billy Connelly on countback for second place.
Division One of the midweek stableford was won by Chris Benson (39 pts) from Ken Gibson (38) and Dave Rundle. Paul Rushton led the way in Division Two (38) from Malcolm Small (31).
In Division One of the February medal, Steve Smith with 37 points took the honours on countback from Dave Wilson. Roy Axell (36) was third.
Pete Chappell (42) emerged victorious in Division Two from Nick Thomas (39) and Malcolm Small (38).
Tom McKellar led the way in Division Three with an impressive 44 points. Lee Smith (42) was second with Paul Hazell (39) in third place.
The Sunday stableford was won by Stan McKay (43) from Martin Harris (41) and Martin Keslake (39).
THE seniors' four ball better ball stableford competition was won by Wally Drake and John Ellis with 44 points.
Second place went to David Farmer and Ben Lines (43) with Ken Brodie and Reg Box (42) third.
PAUL JOHNSTONE won the Pro Shop Stableford with a score of 40 points.
Johnstone was followed home by Steve Brittain (38) and Paul Selley.
ALVIN EDNEY from the Gold Division, took the honours in the Fossils' stableford competition with a score of 43 points.
Results: Gold Division: 1 Alvin Edney (43), 2 Roy Dransfield (40 ocb), 3 Charles White
Silver Division: 1 Chris Granger (40 ocb)2, Mike Nancekivell, 3 Roger Doney (39)
Bronze Division: 1 Brian Shaughnessy (35 ocb), 2 John Smith, 3 Roy Leonard
THE ladies enjoyed a resounding 5-0 success against Looe in the first round of the Mail on Sunday competition.
Scores (St Mellion first): Donna Weeks (5) bt Angela Trembath (15) 4&3, Anita Gruitt (12) bt Penny Adamson (13) 6&5, Wendy Briggs (5) bt Minn Green (12) 3&2, Glennis Wootton (18) bt Shirley Nicholls (18) 3&1, Elaine Marshall (12) bt Sandy King (12) 2&1
Other results: First Sunday Stableford: Division One: 1 Sue Wenmoth (27 pts). Division Two: 1 Mandy Raphael (20)
Second Sunday Stableford Division One: 1 Sue Wenmoth (34), 2 Karen Cook (29), 3 Samantha Peach (28)
Division Two: 1 Pam Hughes (23)
Wednesday Stableford:1 Evelyn Postles (34), 2 Jean Dransfield (32), 3 Lorraine White (26)
WRANGATON began their Mail on Sunday tournament campaign with a 3½-1½ victory at Bigbury.
Wins were recorded by Captain Alan Lake (3&2) and Chris Harper (1up) with Tommy Ryder, Ollie Nute and Stewart Ewens all gaining halves.
In a club stableford competition, the First Division was won by Hugh Nomanton with 38 points.
Greg Daw was second (37), edging out Ollie Nute on countback.
Mark Vinecombe won Division Two with 39 points. Chris Stolworthy (38) was second and Ian Black (37) third.
The best score, of 40 points, was recorded by Tom Westrope in Division Three.
Michael Howe (38) was second and Jonathon Wright (37) third.