THERE was some excellent scoring in the weekend medal on Sunday.

Matt Jones (2hcp) carded eight pars and eight birdies in his nett 65 to win Division One, with Michael Deignan (5hcp) scoring eight pars and five birdies in his nett 69 to finish second.

Kye Machin (1hcp) had a remarkable 12 pars and four birdies, spoilt by a double bogey on the last hole, in his nett 70 for third place. Winner Jones saw his handicap cut to 1.

All the top three in Division Two received a one-shot cut in handicap.

Luke O’Brien (11hcp) topped the list, on countback from Peter Bishop (14hcp), both with nett 70. O’Brien had 11 pars and one birdie while Bishop had eight pars, but ended with a double bogey. Third was Rob Winstanley (11hcp) with nett 71 (nine pars and two birdies).

Glen Dudman (20hcp) received a one shot cut in handicap after topping Division 3 with nett 69. Runner-up was Andy Ward (25hcp), on countback from Samuel Kpani Addy (19hcp), both with nett 73.

Twos were recorded by Matt Jones and James McGiveron (both on the 8th), Paul Lobban, Callum Peart and James Wise (all on the 13th) and by Merv Jones (17th).

  • THERE was a father versus son battle in Division 1 of the midweek medal.

Dad Duncan Peart (16hcp) beat son Callum Peart (5hcp) to top spot. Duncan had nine pars and one birdie in his nett 67, while Callum had 11 pars and four birdies in his nett 68 to pip Neil Scott (18hcp) to runners-up spot on countback.

Division Two winner was Simon Dicketts (20hcp) with nett 69. Second was Samuel Kpani Addy (20hcp) with nett 71 and third was Lynne Rumbold (19hcp) with nett 73. Both Dicketts and Kpani Addy received a one-shot cut in handicap.

Twos were recorded by Stephen Beresford, Toby Joyce and Duncan Peart (all on the 8th hole), Callum Peart (13th hole) and Graham Gibbons, Andy Horn and Geoff Parlour (all on the 17th hole).

  • JOSEPH Lawrence (9hcp) took the honours in a nine-hole stableford competition last Friday.

He won on countback from Jason Emery (11hcp), both with 20 points. Third was Kye Machin with 19 points.

  • JUNIOR Will Tate gained valuable experience when he competed in the English Boys Under 16 Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship (The McGregor Trophy) at Kedleston Park Golf Club last week.

Tate finished day one just three shots off the lead after shooting par 72. However, his six over par 78 on day two saw him just miss the cut.