DAMIAN Carville came out on top of Division One in the Weekend Stableford at Caversham Heath on Sunday, despite ending with two bogeys.

Carville (8hcp) had halves of 21 and 18 points, shooting nine pars and three birdies. Apart from the bogeys to end he also had a triple bogey on his card. His success saw him receive a one-shot cut in handicap.

Runner-up was Tim Bicknell (10hcp) with 38 points and third was Rob Winstanley (7hcp) with 37 points.

Division Two winner was Andy Knight (11hcp) with 42 points (halves of 22 and 20 points).

He had 13 pars including eight straight pars from the second hole and a run of four consecutive pars to finish his round.

Trevor Hayden (17hcp) was second, on countback from Peter Bishop (14hcp), both with 41 points.

Apart from seven pars, Hayden carded an eagle on the par 4 seventh hole (for five points), but also had a triple bogey.

Bishop ended with two bogeys, but received a one shot cut in handicap.

Ashley Deller (27hcp), took the honours in Division Three with 43 points – halves of 20 and 23 points.

However, it could have been much better as he ended with a triple bogey for just one point.

Runner-up was Marc Shemmans (21hcp) with 40 points and third was Geoff Parlour (20hcp) with 38 points. Deller also received a two-shot cut in handicap.

Twos were recorded by Hayden (7th hole) and by Tim Bicknell (17th).

John Endersby (16hcp) got the nod over Merv Jones (18hcp) on countback in Division One of the Midweek Stableford last Wednesday.

Endersby and Jones both shot 39 points with Endersby carding a no return and Jones a nil point score on one hole.

Third was Nigel Snaith (9hcp) with 36 points.

Both Endersby and Jones received a one-shot cut in handicap.

Division Two winner was Ian Bennett (24hcp) with 41 points – including a no return.

Runner-up was Dan Gibson (21hcp), on countback from Daniel Dover (21hcp) and Rick Wolski (27 hcp), all with 35 points.

Dover had a no return on his card while Wolski ruined his chances of victory and even second place with three successive no returns, a score of nine plus a double bogey (on the last) all on the back nine. Bennett received a two-shot cut in handicap.

The only two of the competition was recorded by Nigel Snaith on the 17th hole.

GALE McAuley won Round Eight of the ladies’ winter league competition at West Berks with 32 points, Sian Soanes was second with 30 and Jane Brackenbury third on 26.

In-form McAuley also won the ladies’ winter trophy stableford.

Her 31 points was two clear of Georgie Seaman who was second and there was a three-way tie for third place on 25 points with Aileen Summers taking the spoils from Mary Harwood and Carol Sparvell on countback.

Jason Read and Alan Capps won Round Three of the men’s winter league, scoring 46 points in the three clubs and a putter, better-ball stableford competition.

Mark Ramos and Derek Smith won a three-way tie on 43 points with Carl McCartney and John Baron and John Bale and Terry Richards on countback to take second place.