DAVID BROWN put together a smart round to clinch victory in Division 1 of the Midweek Medal at Caversham Heath.
Brown recorded three birdies and five bogeys in his net 71 to win by four shots from Mick Beaumont with a net 65.
Vice-captain Barry Reynolds started slowly but finished strongly to claim third place on countback from Jon Winstanley, both with net 76.
In Division 2 scoring was very tight, with Lynne Rumbold scoring net 72, to finish one shot ahead of Geoff Parlour with net 73. Third was Carole Winter with net 74.
Apart from Brown, others recording a two on the day were James Carter, Stuart Errington and Mon Shah.
The team of Javier Dieguez, Philip Wise, Luis Mesquita and Santiago Fernandez-Garcia accumulated 87 points to claim a two-point win in the Joe Melling Classic, a competition played off three-quarters handicap, based on the best two Stableford scores.
In second place were the fourball of Gerry Rogers, Alban Bynoe, Rodney Barrett and Dennis Sunderland with 85 points.
In third place, a point behind, were David Northmore, Mark Russell, Neil Ruegg and Ivor Hardman with 84 points.
Julie Daniels was a comfortable winner of the Angela Uzielli qualifying competition. She scored 36 points, seven more than her nearest rival.
Runner-up was Rachel Downey with 29 points and Anne Smith was third, on countback from Debbie Harris, both with 24 points. Sami Ebiye was victorious in a nine-hole Stableford competition with 41 points. Second was Tim Berg with 39 points and third was Ian Roostam, on countback from Anthony George and Charlie Brown, all with 38 points.
Daphne Barker and Jeannette Taylor won an Australian Spoons competition with 30 points. Runners-up were Kathy North and Angela Adamson with 29 points. Third were Kjersti Cannon and Pamela Stapeley, on countback from Margie Cutts and Lynne Rumbold, both pairings with 22 points.
Stephen Beresford, Richard Craven, Damian Carville and Dennis Sunderland all won as the Concorde League team drew 4-4 with Donnington Grove. Three of the losing matches were decided on the last hole!
The Hillman Trophy team faced a difficult away match at Calcot, going down to a narrow 4-3 defeat. John Downey and Barry Rulton both secured halves, while Deighton Sear and Nathan Snell pulled off one-hole victories. Unfortunately the other matches went the way of the home team.
Despite getting off to a perfect start with victories from Issy Wiggins-Turner and Julie Daniels and from Sarla Read and Suzanne Snow the ladies were held to a 2-2 draw away against Hennerton.
The seniors recorded a comfortable 4-2 home win over Wokefield Park with Roger Landon and Vic Allen, Brian Dilley and Robin McEvoy, Tony Cole and Peter Collins and Mon Shah and Alan Wright all recording wins.