TOSHIKO Ricketts was the winner of the 36-hole scratch competition, scoring a gross score of 184 for the two rounds as the ladies of Bridport & West Dorset Golf Club played out their championship day, writes Avril Brown.

The runner-up was Ruth Donovan with a gross score of 188.

Anne Follett won the Green Salver, accepting it from the club captain with a nett score of 154, while the runner-up was Linda Alexander with a nett of 156.

The Kath Joslin Cup saw Vivienne Gill take top spot with a score of 37 points, while behind her was Jan Clark on 36 points.

The Rookie Cup was won by Carole Hedley with 33 points.

The championship day was a huge success enjoyed by all spectators and players, many congratulations to all that took part in the scorching hot day.

Julie Woodroffe was victorious in the Janet Homes Medford competition played over two rounds with a final score of 42 points with Healther Boyle coming second on countback with 42 points.

The Division A July 2019 EG Club medal winner was Ruth Donovan scoring a nett 72 and in second place saw Sally Woolmington with nett 72 on countback.

Carrol Horne was successful in Division B, scoring nett 76 with runner-up Anne Follett on nett 77.

Men’s Section

GARY Edwardes (9) won the Ron Sangster Cup with a score of +4 just beating Eddie Cary (5) on countback as members played out the Sunday competition, writes Peter Crowter.

The event was a bogey incorporating the Ron Sangster Cup for players with a 17 or under handicap and the Sanctuary Cup for those with handicap 18 or over.

In third was Phil Winton (12), scoring +2, while Roger Galpin (17) picked up the Sanctuary Cup with a +6 score with Ian Pincombe (21) second scoring +5, while Mike Huxford (19) took third place with +2.

The Midweek Stableford was won by Mark Kershaw (22) with 39 points followed by Will Turned (20) with 37 points.

Veterans’ Section

A TOP score of 41 points from Alan Scutt (20) in Division Two was enough to win the self-entry Stableford.

Brian Osborne (24) and Terry Garrett (25) followed this both scoring 39 points, with Osborne declared runner-up after countback.

Steve Taylor (18) took top honours in Division One scoring 39 points followed by Roy Gil l(13) with 38. Malcolm Peach (17) was awarded third place after countback with 37 points.

Bridport veterans rarely lose a match at home but the Isle of Purbeck managed to dent their record by beating them 3½-2 ½.

However, Bridport were able to cheer about when Angus Nicoll had a hole-in one-on the sixth.