Vanessa and Kenny bag Greensome title; golf.
Padeswood & Buckley Golf Club held its annual Presidents' Day Mixed Greensome event.
A total of 26 pairs contested the prize and the eventual winners, with anet score of 62, were Vanessa Bailey and Kenny Hughes.
Runners-up, with a net score of 65, were Sharon and Ray Picken, ahead of Marlena Masel and Gareth Thomas in third, the latter scoring a hole in one on the 10th hole.
In the Ladies Invitation event, Nalda Holden was among those to taste victory, while in the Seniors June Pandora Medal, Paul Daniel was on top, ahead of Edward Chesters and David Warwick.
Meantime, nearly 200 members took part in the Club Captain's Individual Stableford Competition over the weekend. With a full field, a challenging course with very difficult pin positions and well prepared, fast greens was presented. Playing the course at its maximum length off the white boxes, most players found scoring difficult.
With a score of 40 points, the winner was Ian Randles, with Peter Howarth taking up the runners-up position with 39, pushing Geoff Smith into third place.
Barry Ezra won the Vets prize with 40 points, while the Front Nine accolade was clinched by Chris Ellis, with 22 points.
Lee Farr struck the longest drive, while Ron Well secured an ace on the 10th hole.
The 10-hole Mixed Greensome event was won by Marlena Masel and Mike Ingham, with a net score of 32.75, while the runners-up were Martin Jones and Chris Price, with 36.25.
In the Midweek Medal Division One, Kevin Grandfield finished in first place, ahead of Chris Ellis and David Rathbone.
The Division Two competition was won by Stephen Robinson, while Graham Griffiths was second and Paul Jones third.
In Division Three, Lee Farr emerged victorious, closely followed by Matthew Wilson and Anthony Diamond.
In the Centenary Fours Ladies Competition, Felicity Gough and Ann Tapp won the qualifying event, while Nalda Holden and Hazel Cameron were victorious in the non-qualifying one.
Marlena Masel clinched victory in the Stratford Cup 36 Holes Competition, ahead of Jane Jones and June Holland.