THE player in form at Bransford was Darren Jones when he completed an excellent double in winning both the club’s November stableford and medal competitions.

He was the only player to get to the 40-point mark in the stableford to finish one ahead of club captain Pete Sheppard (15 handicap) in Division Two with Andy Goodall (26) on the same mark.

Other top scores were Joe Perkins (14) 37, Joe Higgs (18) 36 and Matt Axford (18) 36.

Division One went to Gordon Jack (9) on 38 just ahead of Chris Eyers (5) and David Hunt (8) on 36 each.

Andy Lammas (9) and Andy Kennedy (11) both had 35.

The Hunt family also figured in the medal which saw Division One won by David’s son Jonathan by seven shots.

The 12-handicapper recorded 80 gross to finish on 68 nett with Dave Lewis (11) second on 75 and Adrian Bond (12) third on 76.

Jones (16) completed his double with a round of 87 to finish with 71 to finish two ahead of Stuart Wood with 87 gross 14 handicap 73 nett and Carl Wiltshire with 92-18=74.

Jones and Wood both had the lowest gross scores.

Matthew Meckin 92-16-76 (away) was fourth followed by Don Bolton, Bren Tally, Darren Jinks, Mervyn Miles and Lee Tally on 81.

Other leading scores in Division One were David Hunt 84-8=76, Jack 86-9=77 and Alan Rimell 88-11=77.

One birdie and six pars helped Chaz Ivill (18) win Division One in Bransford seniors’ November stableford off the white tees.

His score of 35 was equalled by Gerry Rebbeck (13) but he took top spot on countback.

Third place went to Roy Burston (12) 34 followed by Phil Spencer (18) 33, Harry Corbett (19) 32 and June Atkinson (19) 32.

Division Two’s top score was gathered by Richard Fletcher (21) who just pipped Harry Godwin (20) 36 to 35 with Andy Lamb (23) third on 33.

Ken Jones (23) managed 32, Andrew Jarvis (23) 32 and Peter Appleton (20) 30.

Andy Falconer (26) took first spot in Division Three with 36 just one ahead of Gerry McCurry (27) and Roy Mayo (25) 33.

They were followed by Roger Steade (28) 28, Martin Linley (25), Pauline Wetton (28) and Mike Kemp (28) all 27.

More than 50 seniors took part in a three-ball Florida scramble and three groups finished tied for first spot on 54.

Each trio played off a handicap of a third of their combined total and the leading three trios were Burston, Ray Briggs and Neil McCullum

(22), Rob Wetton, Pete Anthony and Chris Hall (21) and Spencer, Malcolm Bradley and a phantom due to a late withdrawal (23).

Fourth went to Alan Ford, Martin Linley and Steade (22) on 55 followed by Brian Taylor, Dave Lindsay and Ivill (21) with 56.

It was also the return of Graham Wilks, June Atkinson and Allen Rowberry (22) followed on 57 by Dave Harvey, Roy Williams and Tony Martin (21), Mike Murley, Neil Sheldon and Ken Jones (21), Paul Cooke, Barry Benge and Corbett (19) and Keith Leadbetter, Mayo and Alan Wallcroft (21).