WALES were crowned champions of the Home Internationals Competition at Mapledurham.
Teams of 12 for England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales played a stableford format, with the best 10 scores counting, with each four-ball consisting of one player from each country.
The winner of each match was given an extra five points for their team, with Sean Edgar, Simon Sawyer, Tsetso Petrov and Michael Sutton all getting the job done for Wales (pictured).
Scotland finished second, England third and Ireland came last.
- SARAH Davidson shot a nett 77 to win the Ladies EGU March Medal at Sonning.
Runner-up was Lorraine Duff, who finished two shots further back and beat Grace Reid on countback.
Sue Hardyman racked up an impressive 21 points to win a ladies’ nine-hole stableford by six points from runner-up Carole Butler.
Chris Sandy and John Platt shot a stunning nett 61 to win the four-ball better-ball medal on countback from Richard Ginn and Keith Medhurst.
Sonning reached the last 64 of the Hillman Trophy with a 5-2 victory against Tadmarton Heath.
- WEST Berks seniors clinched the Blenheim division of the M4 Seniors Winter League for the third year in succession with a convincing 4-0 home win against Mapledurham.
The competition has 40 clubs in eight divisions and West Berks now play Badgemore Park at home in the semi final on Tuesday.
Renee Wheeler amassed 34 points to beat Ann Davies on count-back to win the ladies’ midweek stableford. Deb Weddell was third with 30 points.
Sandy Miller won the March ladies' stableford with 36 points, Heather Green was second with 34 and Jane Brackenbury was two shots further behind in third place.
Meanwhile, in-form Mike Sparvell followed up his victory in last week’s men’s midweek stableford by winning the monthly midweek medal with a score of 88 gross, 68 nett.
Lee Nicholson won a three-way tie on nett 70 to take second place, beating Greg Collins and Steven Haylor.