The J.J. Duckworth competition was held at Colne on Saturday, producing another round of low scoring.
Winner was Chris Heap (80-16-64) from vice captain Paul Kavanagh (80-14-66), with Jason Spain (86-20-66) third.
The gross prize went to Russell Iveson.
The previous week, the David Foxcroft Trophy was won by Andrew Smith’s best gross score in more than a decade, carding 76-13-63.
Second was Paul Halstead (83-18-65), with John Lund (89-23-66) third.
Henry Nixon won the gross prize.
Summer finally appeared at Colne Golf Club for the ladies’ Dora Riddiough board competition, donated by the Riddiough family in 1958.
A creditable winner on the day was Ingrid Massie. Her score of 83-14-69 included four birdies and was her first board win since joining the club.
Anne Bradbury’s 89-14-75 took second place, one shot ahead of Freda Lester’s 99-23-76.
Ingrid Massie is pictured (left) with lady captain Beverely Wellock (s).
l Southern Solicitors sponsored last weekend’s competition at Marsden Park.
As a memento, competitors were issued with a pack containing tee pegs, ball markers and pencil.
Janet Kelly continued her great season, winning the ladies’ event with a score of 35 points, three ahead of Carol Robinson.
Charlie Shingadia’s excellent score of 42 points won the men’s event, with Philip Marlow second with 41 points on a card play-off from former junior captain Tyler Baxter.
Thomas Nicholson’s 39 points took the junior prize.