TWENTY-five pairs competed in Bransford’s Secureitall Trophy with a fairly comfortable win for David Lamb and Dave Broad.

They finished on 49 points, three ahead of Neil Pask and Mitchell Smart, Maks Wyard and Ian Bowman and Brian Ballard and Paul Turner.

The father-and-son pairing of Norton and Mitch Fowells scored 44 and Mark Tipton and Andy Kennedy, Nigel Perry and Jason Beck and Harry Chadwick and Carl Wiltshire 43.

It took countback to decide who won the seniors’ Cyril Lee Trophy with the honour going to Paul Edlin.

Edlin (24 handicap) finished with 39 points as did Paul Curnock (32).

Chris Griffin (31), Rob Blake (15), Trevor Atkinson (16) and Gerry McCurry (24) scored 38.

Edlin got four pars to Curnock’s two.

Alan Ford was again the star turn in the June medal when he shot a 79 gross to win Division One.

He scored 79-9=70 to beat Chris Cale on 91-19=72 with Trevor Atkinson on 88-16=72 and Mike Davidge on 89-16=73.

Andrew Jarvis led Division Two on countback with 98-23=75 from Pete Harrison on 99-24=75, Martin Linley on 96-20=76 and Geoff Aston (20), Barry Benge (20) and Rob Wetton (23) on 79 nett.

Paul Curnock took Division Three with 100-35=65 ahead of Gerry McCurry on 94-25=69, Mike Hendry on 101-29=72, Andy Falconer on 99-26=73, Mike Kemp on 109-32=77 and Roger Steade on 108-30=78.

Bransford seniors thrashed visitors Puckrup Hall 6-0.

Falconer (26) and Ferey Ghani (17) won 3&2, Gordon White (27) and Rob Blake (15) one-up, Andy Lamb (25) and Phil Spencer (18) 6&5, Dave Lindsay (23) and Mike Davidge (16) 3&2, John Phillips (22) and Trevor Atkinson (16) two-up and Roger Clark (25) and Dennis Atkins (16) 2&1.

The club held their annual Bank House Trophy which brought a win for Joe Turner (12).

He topped the stableford with 43 points from Lesley Lammas (13), Chris Eyers (5) and Mike Madden (20) on 41, Graham Wallace (2), Ian Bowman (6), Jonathan Hunt (7) and Ollie Walker (1) on 39.

Fifty-six players took part in one of the best fields of the season for a club competition.