STEVE Jones suffered a frustrating winter after twice breaking his foot but it didn't take him long to find his way back into the winners enclosure at Brean, with the help of his daughter Millie.

The duo teamed up to score a whooping 48 points and win the prestigious Presidents Trophy, played for in memory of Bert and Marie House.

For Steve it was his second win in the event after tasting victory back in 2014 and the Jones pair continued the amazing run of success enjoyed by their family in the event as Steve’s brother Paul and Uncle Eric also have wins to their names.

It was Millie who did the bulk of the damage on the day with a rare sight of a five-pointer being recorded at the fifth hole by the up and coming youngster.

They ended the day three clear of Simon Baunton and his guest Dave Bidgood who compiled a total of 45 points between them.

This would have more often than not been good enough to take top spot but they had to settle for second spot in the end.

They were one point clear of third place finishers Barry Fellows and Brian Read who were in turn another point ahead of Gordy Wheelaghan and Neil Barker, who took fourth.

A countback was required to separate three pairs who posted 41 point returns with father and son duo of Steve and Alec Bateman getting the verdict with a superior back nine.

The 37 pairs who took part enjoyed an excellent day’s golf in great weather as well as some superb food as club president Richard House hosted the event for the first time in the Kestrel Suite of the brand new Country Club.

After two months of stormy weather on the scheduled dates for the Monthly Stablefords, the May edition managed to get completed.

Roy Fletcher had the stand out score of the day with a superb 41 points to take top spot in Division Two.

The 16 handicapper ended the day four points clear of runner up and Paul McLanaghan and two shots lighter on his handicap.

Tony Richards was one further back in third.

Adam Cox was the comfortable winner of Division One.

He was the only player to beat his handicap in the top flight as his excellent 38 points saw him five clear of Pete Barton in second.

Just like Fletcher, Cox enjoyed a handicap reduction and he now finds himself playing off of eight. Chris Payne was third on 32.

Roger Phillips was the victor of the Third Division on 36 points.

Despite being the lowest of the three winners it was the closest contest as he was just two clear of Steve Martin and three clear of third-placed Bob Toller.

In addition to their winnings, the three divisional winners now have the opportunity to join club captain Trevor Pitt and represent the club in the annual Sports Celebrity Am which takes place on Wednesday, June 12 at Brean.

Brean Ladies entertained Weston-super-Mare Ladies last week at home.

It was a dry day albeit very windy day and Greensomes Matchplay was the format.

Despite all four Brean pairings having to give shots to their visitors, they held firm and were victorious in all four matches for an impressive 4-0 result.