GARETH GOODALL and Hollis Boisson triumphed in the scratch pairs at Caversham Heath.
Goodall and Boisson scored 73 points to take top spot from Richard Craven and Andrew Robertson with 74 points. Third were Barney Wytchard and Matt Robertson with 75 points.
Mui Mui Lau won the Amber Rose Bowl with a sublime 43 points. She started well with a front nine of 20 points but improved on that with a back nine of 23.
Kjersti Cannon enjoyed a front nine of 21 points on her way to 40 points and second place. Julie Daniels helped by two birdies on the front nine scored 39 points to finish third.
Caversham Heath entertained Studley Wood where home advantage played a role in the comprehensive 6-0 win to Caversham.
The juniors played a British open medal competition. Matt Robertson was in good form, posting a gross 74 net 69. His round included five birdies and nine pars and helped him to a two shot victory over Thomas Parker with a net 71. Will Tate claimed the Caversham Heath junior USA PGA medal with net 71. Runner-up was James Millard on countback from Matt Robertson and Thomas Parker all with net 73. Millard beat Will Tate to win the junior single title.
Caversham Heath men’s team lost 3-2 at home to Royal Ascot.
Captain Peter Bishop and partner Neil Duguid got the team off to a fine start winning the opening game two-up. Daniel Dover and Mike Capaldi were also victorious 5 and 3. However, the remaining games went to the visitors.
The Central Sevens team continued their march up the league with a 6-1 victory at home to Banbury. The team of Darren Bonney, David Wise, Barry Rulton, Tony George, Chris Stacey, Clive Adamson and Barry Reynolds now have real title aspirations.
The Concorde League team of Stephen Beresford, Gareth Goodall, Alban Bynoe, John Downey, Gerry Rogers and Dennis Sunderland earned a hard fought 3-3 draw at home against Studley Wood.