HOME players won the day at The Worcestershire Golf Club's seniors open am-am.

The four-ball team stableford involved 152 competitors with 112 visitors from 31 clubs.

John Wright (21 handicap), Trevor Simmons (21), Paul Butler (21) and Michael Smith (27) won with 97 points.

The Worcestershire's Andy Peet (20), Mike Travis (20), Peter Kirton (22) and Alan Hickman (21) were second with 91.

Club-mates Bill Massey (22), Peter Hill (14), Phil Birch (6) and Dave Anderson (21) took third with 90 on countback.

The best visitors were Frank Matthews (15), Bill Styles (13), Martin Guard (17) and Michael Bryce (16) from Kidderminster with 90.

Graham Wallace and Ian Bowman from Worcester Golf and Country Club beat The Worcestershire's Andy McCabe and Tom Howells on countback to win the De Vere Open Trophy in a better-ball pairs format with 44 points.

The rescheduled Lady Captain’s Salver was won by Isabel Carmichael with 38 points ahead of Sue Wood with 36.

Jill Piner topped Division One with 32.

Smith won the second round of the seniors tankard with 37 points ahead of Duncan Rowberry with 36 and Peter Taylor with 35.

Thirty-seven also proved to be the winning score in the midweek stableford for Ian Belsham.

The August medal saw several players reduce their handicap.

In Division One, Andy Dunster pipped Wickes Potgeiter on countback to win with 67 nett.

Ralph Kelsall was third with 68.

There was another 67 for Mark Williams in Division Two ahead of Richard Bird on 70 and Nigel Teale on 71.

Keith McLaughlin took Division Three with 68 from Vic Hammond and Gary Harman who both got 70.

A rescheduled ladies' match saw The Worcestershire beaten 3-1 by Droitwich.