JAMES Lambden celebrated a victory double after winning the Flowers Cup and the Old Tiverton Cup on Saturday.
The five-handicapper fired a one-under gross 70 for a nett 65. Lloyd Sampson (68) and Lee Davey (69) were the only other players to break 70 in the Flowers Cup.
Martin Selby (72) was Lambden's nearest challenger in the Old Tiverton Cup, for players who had picked up trophies during the season.
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Results: 1 James Lambden nett 65, 2 Lloyd Sampson 68, 3 Lee Davey 69, 4 Kim Garnsworthy 70, 5 Dave Buxton 70, 6 Adrian Tyrrell 70
Carolyn Maynard carded 34 points to win the ladies' October stableford on Wednesday. She finished two ahead of Maureen Postles in the silver division.
Results, Silver Division: 1 Carolyn Maynard 34pts, 2 Maureen Postles 32, 3 Rosemary Perry 29. Bronze Division 1: 1 Trish Bending 30, 2 Jan Carroll 27, 3 Amanda Moyes 27. Bronze Division 2: 1 Pauline Hussey 29, 2 Jean Granger 24, 3 Jackie Slocombe 23
Alison Hilton posted 29 points to claim the Goodwin Trophy, for winners of ladies' stablefords this season. She finished two ahead of Jan Carroll.
Nixie Acfield continued his winning streak by lifting the juniors' Heathcoat Trophy.
The Blundell's School student posted a level-par gross 71 for a nett 66. He was followed by Grace Jackson (69) and Jimmy Heard (70).
The Holland Trophy was played alongside the event and Jon Audin won it with 42 stableford points. Mollie Pilling (41) and George Sampson (38) were also in the prizes, edging out Ollie Clarke (37), Tom Trowbridge (37), Jay Scott (36) and Charlie Sampson (36).
In the non-CONGU stableford over nine holes, Dan Tidborough (21) took first ahead of Albert Southall-Brown (16) and Jamie Waterman (15). Emily Vickery (18) won the nine-hole non-CONGU event off the blue tees ahead of Harriet Davey (17) and Harry Pryce (14).
Tidborough was nearest the pin on the fourth while Danny Perry was closest on the 15th.
The south returned to winning ways in their annual challenge match with the north when they recorded a 10-8 victory.
Keith Ware, Alan Dransfield, Gary Greenwood and Matt Hurrell (63) beat Colin Cole, Rick Eidam, Steve Lay and Brian Vicary by a shot to overcome diabolical pin placements and win the greenkeepers' revenge.
Third went to Betty and Alan Willey, Di Botterill and Gerry Hodder, just ahead of Devon Greenslade, Robin Goodey, Terry Clark and Basil Jose.
The Daily Mail Foursomes saw defending champions Tim Lee and Tony Cockayne retain their title with a two-shot victory over Paul Williams and Robin Abrahams, who edged out Mike Nott and Andy Frankum on countback.
The seniors' Mick Thompson Trophy was won by Andrew Chandler, whose 40 points gave him a one-shot margin over John Hooper in division two with Alan Willey third.
In division one, Tom Berry shot 40 points to beat Brian Kelly (39) and Colin Wheatcroft (38).
The ladies' stableford saw the best scoring in bronze one, where Doreen Warren, Betty Willey and Lyn Parry took the top three places.
Silver was won by Sophie Button ahead of Stephanie Moffat, while bronze two saw Ros McIntyre pick up her first win, beating Di Botterill and Annet Coles.
Results, greenkeepers' revenge: 1 K Ware, A Dransfield, G Greenwood, M Hurrell 63, 2 C Cole, R Eidam, S Lay, B Vicary 64, 3 B&A Willey, D Botterill, G Hodder 64, 4 D Greenslade, R Goodey, T Clark, B Jose 64
Daily Mail foursomes: 1 T Lee, T Cockayne, 2 P Williams, R Abrahams, 3 M Nott, A Frankum
Seniors' Mick Thompson Trophy, Division 1: 1 T Berry 40, 2 B Kelly 39, 3 C Wheatcroft 38. Division 2: 1 A Chandler 40, 2 J Hooper 39, 3 A Willey 38
Ladies' stableford, Silver Division: 1 S Button, 2 S Moffat. Bronze Division 1: 1 D Warren, 2 B Willey, 3 L Parry. Bronze Division 2: 1 R McIntyre, 2 D Botterill, 3 A Coles
After a number of delays due to bad weather, the final of the seniors' Summer Knockout was played between club captain John Man and Roy Barber.
A nip-and-tuck battle over 18 holes did not produce a winner, but John Man finally prevailed on the 19th.
The seniors' roll-up Texas scramble was won by Dave Freeman, Alistair Robertson and David Morris, with Derek Knights, Tony Marshall and Keith Bish runners-up.
The weekend's individual stableford saw Noel Pond (38) take the first division, followed by James Askew ( 36).
Scott Howarth (41) took the second division, with Robin Dummelow two points behind.
James Hill's 38 points just nudged David Skinner (37) into second place.
There was only one ladies' division, which was won by Paula Cowl (31) ahead of Elaine Preston with 27.
The previous weekend saw a close-fought three-ball team event, with John Man, Ian Kirk and Daryn Hunt (83) edging out Andy Blakemore, David Cawse and Ian Darvelle on countback for the win.
The annual president's versus captain's event saw the former team win 7.5 to 3.5.
Amanda Winsor, Joe Winsor, Guy Hoskins and Simon Holmes' 88 points saw them take the last open of the season – a four-ball better ball, two scores to count.
Steve Ebdon, Mark Welland, Mark Spry-Phare, Luke Ebdon (87) were second.
Division two's Mike Wilde won the Ken Dowell trophy for the over-70s with 37 points, one ahead of Mike Phillips (36) and Jon Crow (33).
In division one, Terry Wood beat Pete Jarman with a better back nine with 34 points. Dave Cardy was third (33).
Harry Bottrell, also in division two, scored 44 points in Saturday's stableford, nine clear of Steve Burchell. Graham Bulford was third (34)
In division one, Colin Harrison was the clear winner with 39 points. Roger Haley beat Luke Burchell to second with a better back nine with 35 points.
Tuesday's competition was won by Nick Baxter on 41 points, one ahead of Steve Ebdon.
Keith Barzey (36) was third and Chris Haggar (36) fourth.
Friday saw the Warren Vets host the Exeter FC Legends for the Ivor Doble Cup.
The annual match – organised by Warren Member and former Exeter FC player Alan Banks – saw a team of 11 ex-City pros win the better ball event.
Vets' captain Mike Redman used the match to add further monies to his captain's charity Hospiscare, which will benefit to the tune of over £1,000 when his year's captaincy expires at the end of this month.
On Saturday, the Warren hosted their fourth FORCE Cancer Charity day, with over £1,800 believed to be generated towards further Force activities.
Ladies' captain Sarah Thomas was accompanied by 15 ladies on her away day to East Devon Golf Course.
Thomas led the winning team in the 3-2-1 stableford with full handicap with 70 points, nine ahead of Alison Marsh, Mo Wood and Marian Tose in second. Third were Gina Redman, Sylvia Coyle and Frances with 51 points.
A team of juniors won the Honiton Challenge Trophy, where the men, ladies, seniors and juniors all play each other.
Josh Marshall scored the day's highest total of 40 points, closely followed by Hannah Tierney with 39.
Their 207 points pushed the ladies and seniors into joint-second with 187 points, leaving the men last with 182.
The mini match within the day saw the ladies beat the men 5.5 to 4.5.
Penny Blackburn and Andy Sharland won the mixed format foursomes medal play with a nett 73, beating Jennifer and Richard Pyle by half a point.
In third were lady captain Jackie Seager and Paul Ritchie with a nett 75.
John Discombe and partners Max Pipe and Fred Thomas came in with a nett 61.6 to win the seniors' Texas scramble, almost three shots ahead of runners-up Pete Morgan, Malcolm Matthews and Howard Clayton.
Mike Jones, Mike Stroud and Tony Proudfoot came third.
Dave Morgan, next year's club captain, was presented with the Centenary Salver for recording the best four medal rounds through the summer.
Paul Knight finally won the John Tallack Trophy after finishing second twice with a three-under-par nett 69.
He finished four shots ahead of Will Blundell and Jamie Smith, who both shot 73.
John Tallack Trophy: 1 P Knight nett 69, 2 W Blundell 73, 3 J Smith 73, 4 P Moore 77, 5 T Evans 79, 6 P Reed 79, 7 I Carvell 79
Ray Cavill was victorious in the October stableford. His score of 37 points was one better than Rob Broomfield and Will Blundell.
October stableford: 1 R Cavill 37pts, 2 R Broomfield 36, 3 W Blundell 36 4 C Rawlings 33, 5 P Moore 33, 6 P Gooding 32
Mike Partridge stormed to victory in the Summer consolation singles as he came from one down with three to play against Duncan Stamp. Partridge, who also won the midweek stableford order of merit, won the last three holes to register a two-hole victory.
Alan Searle clinched division one of the stableford competition for the Kennard Winter Cup with 40 points.
Searle had a better back nine than second-placed Martin Aggett, while Alan Stokes took third with 39 points, one ahead of John Flavin in fourth.
Phil Hobbs was the winner of division two and the Kennard Winter Cup with 42 points, four ahead of Alan Mann (38).
Rob Camies and Ron Copeland both came in with 37 points but, after countback, third went to the former.
Division three was won by Matt Flavin with 38 points, ahead of Bob Collett and James Etheridge (both 36).