Mytton Fold Golf Club’s Seniors finally played their weather-delayed Tuesday Trophy, with man-in-form Mick Walsh taking another outstanding win.
Played over 11 holes, and back on the summer greens, Mick used his infamous Slippery Frog chipper to win with 26 points, just one ahead of runner-up Harold Foster. Peter Tuck came in a close third, just losing out on a card playoff.
In the Winter Singles, it was a clear win for Ian Hopcraft.
Playing off 22, Ian scored an outstanding net 44 on the shortened 16-hole winter course, some seven shots clear of runner-up Luke Chadwick (60-9-51).
Also with a net 51, and playing off 12, was Mark Slater, beaten into third spot via a card playoff.
Still leading the Singles League is Matt Walsh (32 points), two points ahead of his father, Mick Walsh.
Both failed to add to their overall score, finishing in 22nd and 14th places respectively. Frank Hindle, with four points for seventh place, closes in, just two points further back.
The 2s pot was a four-way split with Luke Chadwick carding one under par at the first
Three players, Eddie Scott, Steve Korab and Richard Greaves all birdied the final hole.
In the Winter Pairs, current league leaders club captain John Berry and secretary Dave Clegg led the field home with a very respectable 40 points.
Just three points behind came Wayne Ivinson playing on his own and without his playing partner John Welc,h who was on holiday in Egypt.
In third place came captain elect Gordon Lucas with Martin Holden, a further point behind the singleton Ivinson.
Chris Czyzyk despite the absence of his partner, Nick Avino, held on to their fourth place in the league.