JOHNNY Corbridge is the leader going into the final round of the West Berks club's Lambourn Trophy after winining the opening round with a gross 86, nett 71.

He was followed by a three-way tie on nett 72 with Mike Denny taking second spot, Chris Ramsey third and Colin Price fourth on countback.

Paul Barton won the club's seniors medal with a gross 94, nett 73, followed by Richard Watson with gross 96 (74) and Monty Kingston with 91 (77).

Kevin Good took the honours in Saturday's stableford with 39 points, finishing two ahead of Geordie Duncan, with Phil Clare a further point behind in third place.

West Berks were well represented on the leader board at the Oxford City Pro-Am last Friday.

Witney-based assistant professional Joe Simpson shot two-under par to take joint first place and fellow assistant professional, Ollie Tite was just two shots back on level par in a tie for fifth place.

The club's men’s Saturday team made it five wins on the bounce by beating visitors North Wilts 3½-2½, while the seniors halved a closely-fought home match with Caversham Heath and the mixed team lost 3½-1½ at Marlborough.

The Scratch team went down 7-0 at home to Goring and Streatley 2nds and the Central Sevens suffered a 4½-2½ defeat away to Tadmarton Heath.