FOR the first time in more than 12 years, the Breanbury Niblick Trophy will reside in the Brean clubhouse for the next 12 months.

The Brean mixed team led by captains Sue Wright and Mike Carter relieved their Worlebury counterparts of the trophy by an emphatic eight games to one in what was the 30th staging of the annual match.

Home advantage certainly counted, as the strong Brean team dominated proceedings from the opening game and never really gave their opponents a look-in.

The match was, nonetheless, played in great spirit and the after-match meal and presentation was enjoyed by all 18 pairs that took part, plus a few invited guests.

One of those guests was Brean honorary member Gill Houghton, who was involved in getting the initial match up and running back in the late 1980s.

Kevin Davies is the new holder of the Bogey Trophy after subjecting the course to an amazing birdie-fest on his way to a winning +6 score.

The format is a matchplay against the course par on each hole and Davies only carded four nett pars during his round.

He dropped strokes to par at four holes as well, but the remaining 10 holes saw him better par to finish at +6.

He won by two from a duo that posted +4 returns, Martyn Brown beating Nigel Ellis on countback.

Ron Edmondson was the red hot pre-event favourite to win the inaugural Seniors Club Championship last week and he didn't disappoint, as he added the title to the Men's Club Championship title he won back in July.

Two rounds in the 70s was good enough to see the six handicapper hold a comfortable advantage over captain elect Trevor Pitt.

Pitt produced a superb nett 66 on the second day to win the best nett award, finishing in front of seniors captain elect Vincent Ford.

Edmondson's twin brother Don was third in the gross event, edging out Barrie Yearsley on a back 18 countback for the final prize.

After a successful week in the Seniors Championship, Pitt continued his good form by winning Sunday's Super Series Stableford.

In the final event before it takes its winter break, he scored 42 points to win by three, reduce his handicap down to 12 and also assume the lead in the series ahead of the resumption next spring.

He was followed by three players who handed in 39-point scores.

Murray Parsons had the best back nine of those to take second, with Dave Bradley third and Roger Phillips fourth.

The three remaining Summer Singles Knockout Finals have been played over the past week.

In the Ian Ross Trophy for Division 1 players, Dan Broom was victorious by a 2&1 margin over Andy Thomas, and it was the same winning score for Mark Jenkins over Tony Higgins as he won the Bill Martin Trophy for the Division 2 handicap players.

Linda Edmondson added the Berryman Bowl to her growing list of trophies in 2018, as she defeated Shirley Marlow by 4&2 in the final of the Ladies event.