CLUB professional Barry Austin and partners Steve Whyte, Martin Jose and Tony Cockayne overcame competition from 37 other golf clubs to lift the Saunton Jug.
Their 17-under-par combined better ball total of 89 points meant they had a five-point cushion over their nearest challengers Bristol & Clifton.
They held off competition from clubs from five other Westcountry counties over the East and West courses at Saunton Golf Club.
Results, Saunton Jug: 1 Downes Crediton 89, 2 Bristol & Clifton 84, 3 Cirencester 81, 4 Tavistock 81
The trio of David Trodd, Peter Russell and Robert Dodson posted 80 points on a tough day to come out on top from 114 members to claim the president's prize on Saturday.
Adrian Hewitt, Tony Blackburn and Wayne Moore were two points behind to finish as runners up.
Results, presidents prize: 1 David Trodd, Peter Russell & Rob Dobson 80, 2 Adrian Hewitt, Tony Blackburn & Wayne Moore 78
Rickie Pawsey won the ladies' EWGA medal on Thursday thanks to a better back nine after sharing a nett 76 with Norma Barry and Sophie Button.
Results, ladies' EWGA medal, silver division: 1 Sophie Button 76. Bronze 1: 1 Rickie Pawsey 76, 2 June Mitchell 78. Bronze 2: 1 Norma Barry 76, 2 Penny Long 80
Wednesday's midweek stableford saw James Davis beat Gary Greenwood into second place with a better back nine after both players scored 39 points.
Results, midweek stableford: 1 James Davis 39, 2 Gary Greenwood 39, 3 Matt Arnold 35
The best round of the seniors' August medal last Monday came from Mike Conder, who posted a nett three-under-par 67 for a three-stroke victory in division one over second-placed John Essery (70).
Victory in the second division went to John Bingham, whose one-under-par nett 69 was two shots better than runner up John Smale (71).
Results, seniors' August medal, division 1: 1 Mike Conder 67, 2 John Essery 70, 3 Keith Blake 70. Division 2: 1 John Bingham 69, 2 John Smale 71, 3 Tony Dickinson 71
Les Tosdevin amassed 44 points to win the men's August weekday stableford.
Tosdevin, aided by a birdie on the third, finished three ahead of Dale Flint in division one and had his handicap cut from 15 to 13.
Les Jones scored 41 to take the division two prize by one from Ollie Main.
Results, division 1: 1 Les Tosdevin 44, 2 Dale Flint 41, 3 Craig Aitchison. Division 2: 1 Les Jones 41, 2 Ollie Main 40, 3 Jacob Wood 39
Maureen Postles carded 39 points to win the ladies' August stableford.
Jackie Slocombe scored 38 to claim the bronze division one prize while Julia Cole won bronze division two with 33.
Results, silver division: 1 Maureen Postles 39, 2 Sheila Ball 35, 3 Grace Jackson 34. Bronze division 1: 1 Jackie Slocombe 38, 2 Karen Allsopp 36, 3 Margot Seamer 36. Bronze division 2: 1 Julia Cole 33, 2 Bronwyn Ayre 32, 3 Sarah Sweetland 29
The ladies enjoyed a 4.5-1.5 win at home to Teign Valley in the Devon League on Friday, meaning a 9-4.5 victory on points.
Anne Franklin (3&2), Jackie Slocombe (2&1), Chris Coombes (2&1) and Carol Clarke (8&6) won for Tiverton, while Chris Williams halved.
Mike Barlow posted 44 points to win the veterans' August stableford.
Barlow birdied the fifth and seventh and even blobbed the second and 14th.
Results: 1 Mike Barlow (44), 2 C Scammell (40), 3 C Webster (39)
Tiverton fielded 24 of the 59 players in the main competition of the junior open at East Devon, as well as three more in the non-CONGU event.
Tom Hanson secured the scratch prize with a gross 75, while Bradley Scott fired a 61 to win the boys' nett competition.
George Sampson finished runner-up in the nett event with 65 and Jimmy Heard came third on 68.
Bethany Baker posted a 72 to come second in the girls' nett event.
That came after the Tiverton youngster had her handicap chopped from 25 to 19 after shooting a nett 60 to win the junior open at her second club, Minehead & West Somerset.
In the nine-hole non-CONGU competition, Harry Pryce was second with 30 stableford points, his brother Sam came third with 27 and Aaron Lazarus was fifth on 25.
Tiverton's juniors suffered a disappointing 4-2 defeat to Honiton at Downes Crediton in the semi-finals of the East Devon League.
Results: Harry Konig bt Jake Phillips 4&2, Tom Trowbridge lost to Ben Phillips 2&1, Nixie Acfield lost to Max Nield 6&5, Tom Hanson lost to Hayden McCance 1-down, Jay Buckingham bt Josh Marshall 6&4, Bradley Scott lost to Hannah Tierney 2&1
Duncan Hepburn won the Andy Ripley Memorial as he shot 38 stableford points.
The six-handicapper's round included a birdie at the sixth and 13 pars to edge out Curtis Edwards – who fired three birdies on the back nine – by one point.
Paul Knight took third spot in the event held annually in memory of former staff member and player Andy Ripley.
Results, Andy Ripley Memorial: 1 D Hepburn 38, 2 C Edwards 37, 3 P Knight 36, 4 K Holway 35, 5 M Thomas 35
Chris Manley won the midweek stableford with 21 points, with Duncan Hepburn second to move into a tie for the lead for the John Emerton Trophy.
Hepburn and Pete Waters have a two-point lead over three players with just two events remaining.
Results, midweek stableford: 1 C Manley 21, 2 D Hepburn 21, 3 P Moore 21, 4 S Held 20, 5 A Pym 19, 6 C Edwards 18. John Emerton Trophy standings: 1 P Waters 20, D Hepburn 20, 3 S Palmer 18, C Edwards 18 P Moore 18
Phil Moore and Duncan Stamp have missed out on the chance of a summer doubles double after losing in the semi-finals of the foursomes.
The pair – who are already through to the final of the fourball better ball event after a semi-final victory over Keith Radbourne and Jamie Smith – lost out to Duncan Hepburn and Ray Williams.
Tom Evans and Rod Hutchings proved too strong for Gordon Campbell and Dave Turner in the other semi-final. They will face Mark Perrott and Gareth Parker in the final.
Results, summer foursomes semi-finals: G Campbell & D Turner lst to T Evans & R Hutchings, D Hepburn & R Williams bt P Moore & D Stamp
Summer fourball better ball semi-finals: K Radbourne & J Smith lst to P Moore & D Stamp, G Stevenson & P Knight lst to M Perrott & G Parker
Ian West shot the lowest nett round of the year to win the seniors' August medal.
West saw his handicap cut from 19 to 17 after firing a 65, while Ray Williams had to settle for second despite a five-under-par 67.
Results, seniors' August medal: 1 I West 65, 2 R Williams 67, 3 T Pettitt 70
Luke Burchell beat Sam Finnimore on a countback after being five up to clinch division one in Saturday's club par event.
Andy Rogers was third scoring +4 and Andrew Vickery was two shots behind in fourth.
In division two, Phil Reed and Ken Greedy were both five up, with Roy Miller (+2) in third and Clive Caisley (+1) in fourth.
Kay King won the ladies' medal format Oakley Cup with a nett 75, beating Anne Woodger and Jane Cornelius by two shots.
Martin Green won division one of the seniors' Al Harris monthly medal with a nett 63.
Steve Tucket (67) was second, ahead of third placed Colin Hatherley (68).
Division two was headed by John Crow on 71, beating Ted Butt (also 71), and third placed Tony Skarrett (73).
Tuesday's stableford saw an amazing 47 points scored by the in-form winner Chris Haggar.
Sam Finnimore was second, beating Andy Collman on a countback after both shot 40 points.
In division two, Bob Feather was first with 41 points, beating Roger McAndrews (39) with Steve Egmore third on 37 points.
Michael Hern came out on top in division one of the individual stableford for the Cyril Masters Salver with 37 points.
He was closely followed by second-placed David Williams (36), while third spot went to Simon Taylor (35), who fended off fourth-placed Trevor Parker with a better score on the back nine.
Division two was won by Adam Holiday with 38 points, ahead of Peter Okopski (36) and Graham Pengelly (35).
The winner of division three and the Cyril Masters Salver was Ashley Arscott with 41 points.
Second place went to Richard Lee with 36 points, with Stephen Latham taking third on a countback with 33 points.
Ladies captain Carol Wilson scooped a double by winning both the EWGA medal and Olympic Cup on Tuesday with a nett 65.
The runner-up in the silver division was Sally Balchin with a nett 70, followed by Sue Pearman with a nett 71.
Bronze division one was won by Pat Martin with a nett 78, beating Barbera Thomas on a countback. Jo Horton was third with a nett 81.
Bronze division two winner was Carole Phillips with a nett 70, followed by Norma Lusted with a nett 78.