LADY captain Anne Woodger won the Grandmother's Trophy a matter of hours after the birth of her first grandchild.
The next day, she led her team to victory over Dainton Park in the final of the DCLGA Presidents Trophy.
With wins from Amanda Winsor, Ann Short and Michelle Underwood in the bag, it was left to Ellen Norton to seal a 4:3 victory on the 19th green.
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Friday saw the ladies contest finals day in the Devon Ladies League. Having beaten Dainton Park in the morning, semi-final wins from Ann Hazelwood, Winsor and Underwood in the final against Portmore set the scene, and a handshake from Ellen Norton on the 16th green sealed the victory.
Jane Cornelius won the ladies' club stableford with 33 points, with a countback giving second place to Woodger with 32 points ahead of Yvonne Alford.
There was disappointment for the men as their team failed to qualify for the final of the Parker Trophy.
They lost two games to one against Teignmouth in the scratch foursomes tournament.
The seniors' away-day shield at Tiverton was won by Ken Farmer with 38 points.
Results, midweek stableford: 1 Harry Coleman 37 pts, 2 Steve Ebdon 37, 3 Sam Holmes 35. Monthly medal, division 1: 1 Jonathan Durbin nett 66, 2 Joe Winsor 66, 3 Chris Pope Jnr 67, 4 Steve Burchell 68. Division 2: 1 Colin Stamp nett 66, 2 Tony Hawkesby 67, 3 Simon Cordery 70, 4 Brian Donald 70
Jim Reynolds and Len Wood stole the show with their 44 points to win the fourball better ball event.
With no competition scheduled for last weekend with the Knock Finals taking place, the Pro Shop decided to put on the event.
In second spot amongst the 26 pairs with 42 points were Alistair Ross and Simon Taylor. In third were Dave Grant and Sean Sullivan with 39 points.
Ian Humphrey is this year's Senior Knockout champion after beating Geoff Bush in the final on Saturday, while this year's Steele Perkins pairs final was won by Luke Crocker and Jack Jordan. The duo beat Keith Parnall and Ian Plowman to take victory.
Woodbury seniors won their rearranged return away match at Lyme Regis 5-2. Andrzek Sobczak won the guest nearest the pin on the par 13th.
The midweek stableford was won by Richard Wallace with 41 points. Steve Maddern (34) beat Paul May on a countback for second.
Both the Acorns and the Oaks played a qualifier in the ladies' roll-up, with Jasmine Clapson taking the former with 44 ahead of Christine Haveron (42).
Jasmine also won the longest drive and Shirley Hinchliffe took nearest the pin.
After a countback, Diana Jacob (31) won the Oaks, nudging out Sara Beaven, who did take the longest drive.
Ian Dure (38) won the men's first division of the President's Trophy, with Noel Pond runner-up on 37.
Dure was also the overall winner of the men's competition.
John Mann (36) took the second division, edging out Martyn Stevens and Ken Vine on 35. After a countback, Ray Phare (36) won the third division with Paul Crocock second.
The Junior Salver went to David Cockayne and the Senior Salver was claimed by John Man.
The ladies' silver division was won by Angela Mullerworth – who was also overall winner of the ladies' division – with 30, with Petina Murray next (28). Sue Paine won the bronze division (29), ahead of Jackie Jacobs (27).
Jackie and Allan Seager won the Glanvill Cup on Saturday with 31 points.
Andrea and Stan Squire (29) took second on a countback from Tricia Swindell and Alex Gosling.
The ladies held their Autumn Closed Competition, with Olive Pope taking nearest the pin in the bronze division and Diana Gee in the silver.
The Longest Drive Cup went to Stephanie Barnes, who also won the overall event and the Betty Harris Memorial Cup with a nett 75. Best gross score was Henrietta Bradshaw (96).
In the EWGA Medal competition, Mona Carter was first in the silver division with a nett 80, one ahead of Elizabeth Ward (81), who beat Ann Trayling on a countback.
In bronze division one, Olive Pope was first with a nett 76, four clear of Thelma Neate and six ahead of Lesley Oxenham.
Pam Greenaway won bronze two with a nett 73, ahead of Jan Lloyd (79) and Linda McLaughlin (96).
Vice-captain Bob Underwood eased out Alan Booth and Malcolm Matthews on a countback with a nett 72 to walk away with the Veterans Cup.
Nixie Acfield clinched the men's Tommy Tucker Scratch Cup after beating Jim Bray 2&1 in the final on Sunday.
The five-handicapper beat Keith Williams, Martin Selby and Cameron Bundy before knocking out Rhys Cruse on the 19th in the semi-finals.
Bray saw off Dean Farmer, Andy Bowers, Chem Austin and Simon Waddington.
Lloyd Sampson and his son Charlie won the men's Summer Foursomes thanks to victory over Tim Durrant and Mark Woodman in the final.
The Sampsons won eight holes on the trot from the second to be eight up after nine, before their opponents conceded after both pairs drove on the 10th.
They beat Neil Forward and Shaun Vickery, Dean Reed and Charlie Durnan, Alby Cruse and Gary Tucker, Lee Scott and Paul Bowler and Cameron Bundy and Gary Taylor.
Durrant and Woodman overcame Roger Norton and Mike Eastmond, Peter Boax and John Sampson, Norman Ford and Ken Kidd, Ben Hearn and Jay Buckingham and Alex Gibson and Simon Budden .
Fresh from his hole-in-one in the Chairman's Cup two days earlier, Tony Allsopp carded 39 stableford points to secure the men's Lewis Tankard.
Allsopp beat Steve Jack by two and had his handicap cut from five to four.
Results: 1 Tony Allsopp 39pts, 2 Steve Jack 37, 3 Terry White 35, 4 Dan Smith 34, 5 Mark Reeves 34, 6 Dean Farmer 34
Bridget Holland, Stacey Ford and Chris Bacon won the lady vice-captain's day competition on Wednesday.
The trio had a nett 68 in Anto Hajduk's Texas scramble event, which raised £120 for Unite.
Results: 1 Bridget Holland, Stacey Ford and Chris Bacon 68, 2 Lesley Crossley, Sue Persey and Carolyn Maynard 71, 3 Charlotte Snow, Rosemary Perry and Karen Allsopp 74, 4 Rosemary Venner, Julia Cole and Oki Northwood 75, 5 Teresa Birchmore, Penny Parker and Annette Cardwell 76, 6 Angela Short, Wendy Frost and Chris Coombes 77
Derrick Barrett posted a nett 70 to win the veterans' Challenge Cup, edging out Keith Morgan and Ian Wilson on a countback.
Results: 1 Derrick Barrett 70, 2 Keith Morgan 70, 3 Ian Wilson 70, 4 Ian Brierley 71, 5 Ken Nicholas 71, 6 David Wright 72
Tiverton provided 23 of the 68 players in the Junior Open at Honiton – and came home with a number of prizes.
Harry Konig claimed the scratch prize with his gross 79. Jimmy Heard won division two with a nett 60, which reduced his handicap from 26 to 21, while Jay Scott was third on 67.
Sianne Leary was the runner-up in the girls' event with 76.
In the 10-hole stableford for non-CONGU players, Maddie Esau was second in division three with 22 points while Jack Green (31) won division four.
At the presentation, Daniel Perry collected his prize for winning the East Devon Junior League matchplay order of merit (League A), while Nixie Acfield was the runner-up.
James Allum scored 38 points on Saturday to win the annual Palairet Cup, edging Paul Fryatt and Pat Kennedy by a point.
The following day, the Harmsworth Cup – in which the first 32 pairs qualify for the winter knockout competition – was won by Dave Richards and Rich Cousins with a fine 63.
Club champion Lee Fryatt was second with Heath MacDonald (65), edging out Carl Kinson and Paul Arpino on a countback.
In the vets' weekly stableford, Bill Eaton won division one with 35 points from Roger Bloomfield and Eric Tose (33). Division two was won by Roy Beddows (33).
Teign Valley ladies were in fine form when they played their own version of the Ryder Cup on Tuesday.
Teams for the USA and Europe were selected by a draw, and the matchplay competition saw some close matches, with Europe eventually coming out on top 5.5 to 4.5.
Ladies captain Jane Hodgson presented the trophy to Maggie Thomson, captain of the European team.
Lloyd Chapman and Barry Down scored 43 points on the back nine to claim division one in the fourball better ball competition ahead of Kevin Cornwall and Malcolm Hill.
Jerry Lock and Ian Drayner were third with 42 points.
Division two was won by partners Kerry Skinner and Paul Ayris with 44 points, two points ahead of Stephen Tonge and Tom Wilson.
Third were Rod Milsom-Smith and Bob Jones (38).
Phil Moore and Duncan Stamp ended Cary Rawlings and Hamish Marshall's hopes of a summer doubles double as they won the foursomes final 3&2.
Stamp could now be on course for his own double. He is through to the Consolation Singles final after beating defending champion Ian Carvell.
He will play Mike Partridge in the final. Partridge saw off Pete Waters 5&4.
Consolation singles semi-finals: D Stamp beat I Carvell, M Partridge bt P Waters.
Marshall and Rawlings will contest the Golden Eagle Scratch Cup final for the second successive year.
Rawlings was too strong for Pete Jones while defending champion Marshall had a one-hole win over Mike Partridge.
Marshall, who won last year's final on the last hole, was never ahead until he won the 18th hole.
Padbrook Park away day (at Torquay GC): 1 M Partridge 33pts, 2 P Moore 33, 3 H Marshall 31