Golf around the greens
DIVISION One of the April Medal was won by Dave Rundle with a score of nett 67. Glenn Minhinett (nett 69) claimed second place on countback from Martin Harris.
Steve Mumford (nett 63) took the honours in Division Two from runner up Andrew Bloomfield (nett 66) with Joe Carpenter (nett 67) in third place.
Division Three, played as a stableford, was won by Stuart Philllpotts with 40 points. Second place went to Jack Cannon (37) and Paul Cox (34) was third.
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The veterans held their first away day of the year at Lanhydrock Golf Club. Thirty-six members played in teams of three with two scores to count.
The winning team with a score of 84 points was Peter Pascoe, Chris Christison and Tony Chiswell.
Finishing second on countback with a score of 83 points was the team of Dave Rundle, Rod Fowler and John Matthews.
In third place was the team of Barrie Toms, Moss Pearson and Keith Baker.
Clem Spencer, with a score of 36, took the prize for the best score by an individual not in a winning team.
WRANGATON lost 4½-½, with only Chris Harper troubling the scorers, in the third round of the Mail on Sunday competition against Cornish side Bowood.
The Dartmoor League side, playing their first Division One match of the season against Bigbury, ran out 3-2 winners.
There were victories for Dan Howley and Joel Bate (1up), Sean Biddiss and Luke Vinecombe (4&3) and Ian Black and Ross Ellard (4&3).
Losses were recorded by Alan Lake and Chris Williams and Chris Hill and Jake Eastley.
The B team won 3½-2½ at Dawlish Warren.
There were wins for Stuart Newberry and Steve Webber (1up), Chris Flook and Jonno Wright (1up) and David Steel and Matt Westmoreland (4&3). Matt Morgan and Bob Clark (6&5), Mike Morrish and Ian Bentley (4&2) were defeated and Pete Newman and Ali Munro halved their match.
In the Allen Cup, new member Tim Dando won the competition with +2, but did not qualify to win the cup which went to second placed Bill Perkins (+1).
The April Medal Division one was won by Ryan Acres with a score of nett 69.
Second was Steve Chapman (73) and Tim Dando (74) was third.
The Second Division was won by Chris Reeve with a score of nett 67.
He was followed by Bob Quaintance (68) and Keith Penn (69).
Bob Turner had the best score of the day with a superb nett 62, which has cost him four shots on his handicap.
Ian Stephenson was second with 66 and Dave Shepherd third with 68. Shepherd also won the Courtney Lane Trophy.
The vets held a two clubs and putter competition, with Roger Cockings came out on top with 32 stableford points on countback from Steve Webber. Sandy Robertson was next with 31.
The April stableford Division One honours went to Peter Swift with 37 points.
Second place was sealed by Roger Batershill (34) with Tony Dart (33) third.
Division Two saw Steve Webber once again win the prize with 36 points. He was followed home by Sandy Robertson (35) and Bruce Cowan (29).
IN THE ladies' monthly stableford, Roxy Smith claimed top spot in Division Two with a creditable 40 points.
In second place was Karen Cook with 36 points on countback from Lorraine White.
The First Division was won once again by Evelyn Postles (33), with second place going to Joy Truscott (32).
Elaine Marshall took third spot on countback from Thelma McEvoy and Wendy Phillips.
A nine-hole competition was won by Sue McLaughlin with 13 points.
Second place went to Val Spicer (12) with Linda Strongitharm third (3).
St Mellion lost to Carlyon Bay in the Mail on Sunday competition. The team consisted of Wendy Briggs, Anita Gruitt, Sue Wenmouth, Wendy Phillips and Sam Giles, with Briggs the only winner.
St Mellion hope to gain revenge when they meet Carlyon Bay in the first round of the Gammon Trophy at Looe.
Staddon seniors' four ball better ball: 1 Ray Smythe and Ron Pierce-Jones (41 pts), 2 Grahame Sanford and Dave Parnell (40), 3 Bob Lee and Don McCrae (39)
Seniors result. Staddon 4 Tiverton 2. Staddon winners: Alan Malton and Peter Gliddon 3&2, Tony Williams and John Pryke 4&3, Len Hirst and Robin Love 2&1
Ladies' EWGA medal and Mötley Bowl Division One: 1 Kaye Ball (81 pts ocb), 2 Amanda Burchell, 3 Sonja Sandford
Division Two: 1 Gill Hill (76), 2 Liz Robinson (80), 3 Jane Burly-Brown (81)
Division Three: 1 Mo Love (84)