GEORGE Robinson won division one of this week's midweek stableford with a three under score of 39 points.
New member Neil Woolfrey was two points behind in second place, beating Ryan Mapp on countback.
That third place came after Mapp won his singles match for Devon last week, helping the county to a win that keeps them in contention for the Channel League.
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Darrel Earl won division two on countback after he and Paul Stanbridge scored 39 points. Les Phare's one under 37 points was good enough for third.
Roy Mitchell edged Cliff Partridge on countback after both scored 33 points. Mark Reynolds was a shot further back in third.
Len Wood produced a two-under-par score of 38 points to clinch the Gordon Dalton stableford last Monday.
Sam Rocky finished three shots adrift, one ahead of Neil Woolfrey.
James Mills conquered the elements with a hot putter to win the Orchard Memorial Order of Merit event with 40 points in division one.
John Oram-Evenett was second with 41, with Nik Davey a shot further back in third.
Paul Mills won division two with 40 points, which gave a one shot victory over Chris Curtis and Chris Gerry.
The in-form Stuart Crebo shot a level par 36 points, which was good enough for a two-point victory over Cliff Partridge. John Toy was a point behind.
Sian Clarke produced the stand-out performance with an incredible 41 points in the ladies' stableford to win the silver division by six shots.
Sue Gannon was second and Gill Eveleigh two points back in third.
Linda Bligh took the bronze division one title on countback from Jenny Pullen after both scored 35 points. Debbie Bent was a further shot behind.
Ann Bate won the bronze division two by four points, with her score of 34 beating Rita Watson into second, with Carol Gregory a further shot back.
Former captain Graham Bulford was the overall winner of Keith Hoskins' captain's day.
He carded 41 points, followed by Julian Wills, Martin Sterry and Andy Collman on 38 each.
Kate Blake (38pts), Michelle Underwood (33), Anne Woodger (29) and Yvonne Alford (28) headed the ladies' leaderboard, while Ben Andrews (39) and Sam Finnimore (35) were the top juniors. Ethan Sterry was the leading newcomer.
Fingle Glen won the East Devon Junior League by beating East Devon 5.5-0.5 in the final. Captain Sam Finnimore was supported by Oli Cowl, Ben Andrews, Joe Winsor, Dan Brown and Harry Bottrell.
Sue Cocks won the EWGA medal No. 10 event with a net 70 from Bernadette Maynard on net 77.
Ellen Norton clinched the home open with 36 points. Anne Woodger was second with 35 and Kelly Greenstreet third on 34.
The Cole senior ladies' trophy was won by Angela Hubble.
Ellen Norton had her handicap cut from 20 to 19 as a result of winning the county stableford 12, doubling as the Founders Shield, with 37 points. Thea Durbin was second on 32.
Chris Baxendale won the midweek stableford with 38 points at the top of division one, with Richard Stevens just a point adrift in second.
Gordon Bird beat Gary Winsor and Martin Read on countback after each had carded 36.
Fingle Glen's men's team won their final match in the regional stages of the Parker Trophy against Tiverton at Woodbury to win the east area.
They now go on to the semi-finals in the county scratch event.
There was also a good win in the East Devon League, beating Sidmouth 5-0 at Honiton.
The ladies' team won their quarter-final of the President's League against Holsworthy. They now play Okehampton at Thurlestone on Monday.
Colin Durbin beat Luke Burchell in a play-off to land the John Cracknell Trophy.
They both shot 42 points to top division one, with Steve Medway third on 39.
Ross Gardner won division two with 38 from Peter Woodger and Chris Pope, both on 37.
James Urquhart beat brother Sandy over 36 holes of the club championship.
James scored 138 and Sandy was second with 140. Oliver Cowl (142) was third.
In the handicap cup, Rich Stevens was a convincing winner with net 128, from Dan Brown (132) and club captain Keith Hoskins (132).
Angela Hubble won the Cole senior ladies' trophy with 31 points, Anne Woodger (34) lifted the Oakley Cup and Ellen Norton (36) clinched the Home Open.
Bryan Smith, Andzej Sobczak and Alan Stone were the winners of the seniors' roll-up with a score of 79. Roy Barber, Ian Marvin and Bob Garton were second with 66.
The ladies lost their first friendly game on the Oaks against Tiverton.
John Anderson won the first division of the individual stableford with 41 points, followed by Paul Heys (39).
After a countback, Peter Skinner (39) took the second division from Trevor Part and James Towill. David Skinner (38) took the third division ahead of Barry Nicholls and Terry Welsh on 37.
The ladies' first division was won by Sara Beaven (35) followed by Avril Glover on 29. Jackie Evans (39) took the second division ahead of Carole Pye with 35.
Ian Reeves was the overall winner of the Hawkins Trophy, one of the club's major competitions.
Played as a stableford on the Saturday and a medal on the Sunday, Reeves scored 33 points to win from Olly Cowl.
The ladies' winner was Angela Mullerworth with a medalford score of 31, with Trish Trevarthen second.
Norma Foster had nearest the pin of the 18th and Daryn Hunt had a hole in one on the same hole.
Tiverton lost in the semi-finals of the East Devon Junior League at Honiton on Friday.
Tiverton had halved their match 3-3 with East Devon, who edged through on the second extra hole.
Harry Konig (6&5), Ben Hearn (2&1) and Alex Gibson (5&4) won in normal time while Nixie Acfield (2&1), Tom Trowbridge (3&1) and Daniel Perry (1-down) were beaten.
Perry agonisingly missed a five-footer on the 18th to halve his match having been four down with five to play. Fingle Glen beat East Devon 5.5-0.5 in the final.
Tiverton's ladies completed a friendly double over Woodbury Park with a 4-3 away victory on Thursday.
Charlotte Snow and Jan Cruse (3&2), Annette Cardwell and Caroline Anderson (1-up), Christine Norton and Julie Hasell (8&7) and Dori Bracken and Gina Churchill (5&4) were Tiverton's winners.
Oki Northwood and Chris Coombes (3&2), Bracken and Ann Fielding (4&3), Norton and Shirley Paxton (5&4) and Anne Franklin and Jackie Slocombe (5&4) were victorious in the 4-0 win at home.
Duncan Hepburn returned one of the best rounds of the year to win Hong's Challenge by a point.
He fired four birdies, including two in the first three holes, and then on the first two holes of the back nine.
Despite dropped shots at each of the last three holes, Hepburn had done enough to edge out John Broomhead and Mike Partridge.
Results, Hong's Challenge: 1 D Hepburn 41pts, 2 J Broomhead 40, 3 M Partridge 40, 4 W Blundell 38, 5 J Locke 36, 6 C Fisher 36
Padbrook moved up to second place in the East Devon League after their convincing 3.5-1.5 victory over Exminster at Honiton.
Phil Moore and Gary Stevenson enjoyed the biggest winning margin of 4&2. There were also victories for Andy Rooker and Mark Perrott and Dave Payne and Keith Radbourne. Tom Evans and Mike Thomas halved in the top match.
Summer fourball better ball, third round results: D Silversides & R Hutchings bt G Stevenson & A Jermy, D Hepburn & R Williams bt I White & N Woodman, B Colbourne & K Curtis bt P Reed & J Reed, J Broomhead & P Jones lost to C Rawlings & H Marshall
Semi-final results: D Silversides & R Hutchings bt D Hepburn & R Williams, B Colbourne & K Curtis lost to C Rawlings & H Marshall
Midweek stableford: 1 T Martin 18pts, 2 I Carvell 18, 3 P Moore 18, 4 W Blundell 18, 5 M Partridge 17, 6 D Hepburn 17
Ron Copeland and Mike Davis won captain's day with 45 points, one better than Alan Dunn and Alan Jeffery, who edged out Mark Wonnacott and Barry Coaker on countback.
Steve Pike won the Jim Butcher Medal on Saturday with a net 61.
The division one winner was Arnie Searle (64), with Simon Taylor (65) beating Chris Hurley on a countback.
Mark Curtis was tge division two winner with a net 66, with Rich Camies second (67) and Trevor Parker third (68).
The winner of division three and the Jim Butcher medal was Steve Pike with a net 61, beating Michael McDonald into second place on countback. Matt Flavin (64) was third.
Audi quattro uk cup
Abby Turner, from Okehampton, and David Heaton, from Exeter, compete in the final of the Audi Quattro UK Cup at the Bowood Golf & Country Club, Wiltshire, today (Thursday).
Turner, aged 31, and 61-year-old Heaton are bidding to be one of two pairs to go on to represent Great Britain in the world final in South Africa in November.
After finishing fourth and fifth in the Silverstreet Audi event at Woodbury Park in May, the duo teamed up to finish third in the regional final in July.
They are one of 35 teams contesting the 18-hole stableford competition.
Jan and John Dickinson were victorious in the Walker Cup competition last Monday with 41 points.
Heather and Peter Clarke were second with 40, with Jenny Raison and Allan Seager taking third on 37 after a countback.
However, the Clarke's beat Penny Blackburn and Terry Dimond in the final of the president's knock-out competition.
Maggie Thompson came out on top in division one of the ladies' monthly medal last Tuesday.
She scored 39 points to win from Sally Balchin (34) and Annette Haigh (31).
The division two winner was Vivienne Landau with 38 points, with Kim Paley (36) second and Ann Hearsum (33) third.