It has been a weekend of poor weather, impressive performances and shock defeats at Brean Golf Club.

Saturday's July medal saw only a handful of players surpass their handicaps, due to the adverse conditions.

Brian Read took top honours with a nett 67 in the Second Division, three ahead of Chris Fairchild.

Mark Elvins rounded out the top three with a score of 71.

In Division Three, Tony Turner emerged victorious with a nett 68, two ahead of second-place Gordy Wheelaghan.

Andrew Jones finished two strokes behind Wheelaghan.

Club captain Dan Broom led the top division with a nett 71, edging out competitors Dave Jolly and Leighton Jenkins by one stroke.

Jenkins, however, secured a second-place standing over Jolly, due to a commendable back nine performance.

On another note, Alan Eboe clinched his second consecutive Super Series victory, alongside Kevin Griffiths.

The partnership racked up a solid 47 points, outscoring Brian Read and Jimmy Quigley by a single point.

Murray Parsons and Ian Adams earned third place with 44 points.

In a surprising turn of events, the Avalon League Division Three team suffered a rare home loss on Sunday when Stockwood Vale claimed a 3-2 victory.

Neil Barker and Tony McCann, as well as Steve Hill and Max Smith, provided the home side's points.

Nonetheless, the Brean Seniors maintained their undefeated home record in 2024 when their Vivary Park counterparts visited.

Despite windy conditions on Thursday afternoon, the home team triumphed over their guests, securing a 4.5 games to 1.5 victory.