VARIOUS rounds of competitions were contested at Worcester’s Ravenmeadow and Perdiswell Park Golf Club.

Steve Williams, John Hine and John Fogwill all enjoyed success.

Williams (6 handicap) won the ninth Sunday medal eclectic out of 11 with 65 nett.

Tommy Hayes (3) was second on 66 with Scott Thomas (12) third from Adrian Day (8) on countback with both on 67.

Birdies on six, 16 and 18 together with 11 pars, three bogies and just one double bogey just got the job done for the battling Williams.

A pretty faultless back nine following a somewhat uncharacteristic scrappy front nine saw him the leaderboard at the close but it was all tight at the death thanks to the few nervy dropped shots going out. 

Hine (20) claimed the fourth Geoff Edge Cup round of six with 39 points.

Stephen Baylis (6) was second on 38 followed by Mick Huggins (17) on 37 and Collis Fisher (28) on 35.

Four pars early in Hine’s round and two more on the back nine put him in a strong position.

Even with three double bogies and a triple on the sixth, he finished with a shot to spare for victory and reduced his handicap to 19.

Of 28 players, only the top three played to or bettered their handicap.

Fogwill (16) topped the fourth winter league round of seven with 40 points from Stephen Griffiths (16) on countback.

Julian Bateman (12) was third on countback with 37 from Mike Williams (18) who hit a hole-in-one on the fifth.

It was a non-qualifier due to temporary greens coming into play following snow. 

Fogwill carded a birdie on the third and seven pars alongside just two single-point scores with his eight on the last three holes edging out Griffiths.

Phil Lane (16) won a stableford with 41 points ahead of Bob Wood (16) on 40, Jamie Newton (12) on 39 and Geoff Jones (21) on 38.

The seniors’ stableford went to Tim Delaney (19) with 42 points.

Jeff Ingleston (21) clinched second on countback from Dave Phillips (13) with both on 41.

The in-form Huggins (17) was fourth on 38.

There were handicap cuts with Delaney down to 18, Ingleston to 20 and Phillips to 12.