Success for ladies in Cornwall
After taking part in the Bahrain Open Championship in 2010, the same six-strong Mendip Golf Club ladies' team tackled competitions at Whitsand Bay this year.
Andrea Williams set the pace with a hole-in-one at the tenth on the first day of the event and followed it up with a runners-up finish in the fourball better-ball alongside Carol Curtis.
Cora Pavey triumphed in the individual stableford competition, with Williams close behind in second.
Meanwhile, back at the club, the first senior qualifier of the year took place, where John Stembridge won Division 1 with 37 points. Eric Jordan was second with 36, beating Keith Millard on countback.
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Harry Thompson won Division 2 on countback after both he and Martyn Hirst finished with 36 points. Michael Hawkins' total of 34 earned him third spot.
George Morgan collected 42 points to win Division 1 of the Midweek Tankard event, well ahead of runner-up Tom Hurst with 35.
Division 2 was won by Andrew Parfitt on 38 points, two ahead of Nick Walker, while Peter Horne beat Tim Hill to the Division 3 crown after both scored 37.
The well-supported Burnell Cup was won by Trevor Gosland with 39 points. Division 1 went to Matt Lambert, ahead of Troy Chivers and John Longman.
Neil Clarke beat Nigel Cheshire and Alan Fussell to Division 2 honours, while Division 3 went to Jason White, who saw off David Ashton and Guillaume Lesage.
Linda Brobson and Chris Down came third with 36 points at the Fowler Brooches competition played at Tall Pines. Carol Curtis and Elaine Kitchenham were fifth with the same score, while the combined total of 72 meant the club won the Bath Shield.