THE members of Calcot Park and Reading Golf Club’s 20 Sections joined forces for a Texas Scramble, playing two legs at Calcot Park and Reading.

The teams were made up of two Calcot players and two Reading players playing together as one team, and the winners of the match at Calcot were Tony Willmott and Phil Lush (Calcot Park) with Dave Kennedy and Chris Lanes (Reading). They scored 52 points.

The return match at Reading was won by Ray Lloyd and Peter Cook (Calcot Park) with John Hicks and Charles Tennant (Reading), also with 52 points.

The overall winners were Simon Hunsdon and Steve Cox (Calcot Park) with Mike Flood and Harish Mistry (Reading), with a combined total of 102 points.

Calcot Park 19+ captain, Drew Selwood, who arranged the matches, said: “It was a delight to see the camaraderie in these matches where the members of both clubs played with each other as one team rather than against each other.”

CHRIS Ramsey made it a hat-trick in the Gillas Cup at West Berks on Sunday when he followed up wins in the two qualifying rounds by winning the final with 42 points.

Nigel Day was one point behind in second place, while Terry Phelps was third with 40 points edging out Patrick Wilmore on countback.

Ramsey won the Gillas Cup overall in which competitors took the best of two qualifying rounds into the final.

His total of 85 points was seven clear of Patrick Wilmore, who took the runner-up slot with 78, one ahead of Terry Phelps who beat Darren Boulton on countback to take third place.

Greg Collins won the Saturday stableford with 41 points. Phelps was second with 38 while Mustapha Mzouri with 37 points took third spot by winning a three-way with John Harris and Lee Nicholson on countback.

Sian Soanes won round four of the ladies’ Winter League competition with 30 points.

Tina Mulford was a single shot behind and beat Sandy Miller on countback to take second place.

A number of awards were made at the ladies’ AGM, where captain, Sandy Miller, crowned a great year by winning the most improved player of the year award.

Jane Brackenbury recorded the most birdies throughout the year, while Jane Wilmore won the Hannah Cup with Pat Davies taking second spot and Nicolette Eastwood third.

Ten teams competed for the annual Portuguese Caddie Trophy and Colin Bell, Shelagh Lancaster and Derrick Perrin took the first prize with 88 points, just one point clear of Rob Small, Renee Wheeler and Steve Haylor who were placed second.

Gale McAuley, Sian Soanes, James Hirst and Martin Neville were third with 82.

West Berks’ seniors recorded their third 4-0 win in succession in the Nonsuch League of the M4 Seniors Winter League when they beat Sandford Springs away last Wednesday.

GARETH Ford and Luis Mesquita saw off the field to win the Daily Mail Foursomes qualifier at Caversham Heath on Saturday.

The duo scored 70, ahead of Craig Duncan and Ben Kent-Walley, who claimed runner-up spot on countback from Michael Beaumont and Dennis Sunderland, both pairs with 71.5.