ROY Ireland carded a three-under nett 68 to lift the Kennard Cup on Saturday.
Ireland was one of only seven players to beat par and beat Gary Taylor on a countback.
Dave Hellier and Norman Ford finished on 69 while Dan Smith, Andy Bowers and Simon Young came in with 70s.
Results, Kennard Cup: 1 Roy Ireland nett 68, 2 Gary Taylor 68, 3 Dave Hellier 69, 4 Norman Ford 69, 5 Dan Smith 70, 6 Andy Bowers 70, 7 Simon Young 70
Rhys Cruse won the Bowood Bowl and about £450 in prizes at Bowood, Wiltshire, at the weekend.
The scratch handicapper followed a gross 77 on Saturday with a one-under 71 on Sunday for a four-over total of 148.
Maureen Postles, Jane Gould and Rosemary Perry won the lady vice-captain's day Texas scramble on Wednesday with a nett 64.7.
Grace Jackson, Wendy Frost and Alison Hilton (65.1) finished second ahead of Liz Hall, Margot Seamer and Carol Scott (67.3).
Mollie Pilling posted 44 stableford points to win the juniors' Kirk Cup and cut her handicap from 23 to 20.
Pilling topped division two ahead of Ed Blackmore (38) and Dan Tidborough (38).
Jay Buckingham scored 42 to win division one by one from Alex Gibson and Nixie Acfield.
The 11-hole non-CONGU competition was won by Aaron Lazarus (23) in front of Joe Pike (19) and Antony Waterman (17).
Eddie Jackson was nearest the pin on the 14th while Lazarus won the non-CONGU prize on the fourth.
Tiverton's Harry Konig shot a two-under gross 67 to win the under-18 scratch prize in the Devon Junior Autumn Meeting at Exeter.
Tom Trowbridge came third in the under-16 scratch event, with 76, while Bradley Scott shot a 77 to be third at under-14 level.
Tom Waldron finished third in division two of the stableford competition with 42 points and also claimed the nearest-the-pin prize.
Leon Hogan followed him in fourth with 41 while Bronwyn Ayre was second in the girls' handicap event with 71.
Konig, Nixie Acfield, Trowbridge, Jimmy Heard, Alex Gibson, Sam Heard and Bradley Scott have qualified for the 36-hole Devon Boys' Championship at Boringdon Park on Tuesday, September 3.
They all qualified based on their Devon order of merit position in their respective age groups.
Konig finished 23rd in the 72-hole South of England Boys' Championship.
Konig was +11 after rounds of 81 and 73 at Sherborne and then 74 and 69 at Yeovil.
Konig and Trowbridge will play for Devon in the English Boys' county finals at Kedleston Park, Derby, this week.
Devon, who won the South West qualifier at Weston-super-Mare, will go up against Staffordshire, Yorkshire and the combined team of Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Channel Islands.
The teams will play three foursomes matches and then six singles.
Padbrook Park had to settle for a draw against Fingle Glen in the latest East Devon League match.
The match was tied 2.5-2.5, but Padbrook lost one match on the 18th and another on the 17th.
Jamie Smith and Gary Stevenson and Phil Moore and Duncan Stamp won their matches by two holes. Rod Hutchings and youngster Sherrie Vile halved theirs.
There were narrow defeats for Duncan Hepburn and Chris Manley and Andy Rooker and Mark Want. It means Padbrook have two wins and a draw from their three EDL matches so far.
Kirk Holway won Judges' Day after three players tied on two under.
Holway registered his second win of the season on countback during a round which included six pars. Hong Chau took second spot ahead of Steve Held.
Results, Judges Day: 1 K Holway nett 70, 2 H Chau 70, 3 S Held 70, 4 A Gill 72, 5 A Pym 74, 6 P Knight 75
Curtis Edwards moved into pole position to win the John Emerton Cup with just one event left.
Edwards finished second in the penultimate midweek stableford, which took him from third to first in the season-long standings.
However, Duncan Hepburn scored points for the fourth event in a row and lies just one behind. In all, six players can still win or share the title.
Results, midweek stableford: 1 M Want 21pts, 2 C Edwards 20, 3 A Held 17, 4 D Stamp 16, 5 D Hepburn 16, 6 K Radbourne 16
John Emerton Trophy latest standings: 1 C Edwards 23pts, 2 Hepburn 22, 3 P Waters 20, T4 S Palmer 18, P Moore 18, 6 A Pym 17
Jim Kennard was a comfortable winner of the seniors' white tee stableford. His score of 38 points was five ahead of his nearest rival, Maurice Gwynne.
Results, seniors' white tee stabledford: 1 J Kennard 38pts, 2 M Gwynne 33, 3 G Campbell 33, 4 R Cavill 32, 5 M Smith 28, 6 D Turner 28
Two pairs managed to beat club pros Barry Austin and Devon Greenslade's score on Saturday's professionals day.
Mike Nott and Andy Frankum scored 41 points and Shaun Moore and Steve Fewings carded 40, beating the professionals' 39.
Results, professionals day: 1 M Nott & A Frankum 41pts, 2 S Moore & S Fewings 40, 3 B Austin & D Greenslade 39
Lyn Parry shot the round of the day as the ladies played their stableford nine on Thursday.
She recorded 40 points, with three players scoring 37. Rickie Pawsey edged out Stephanie Moffat and Viv Jordan on countback.
Results, ladies' stableford 9, silver division: 1 S Moffat 37pts, 2 S Button 33. Bronze Division 1: 1 L Parry 40, 2 R Pawsey 37. Bronze Division 2: 1 V Jordan 37, 2 N Barry 35
Richard Challands won Wednesday's midweek stableford with 44 points from Kev Cole (40).
Results, midweek stableford: 1 R Challands 44pts, 2 K Cole 40, 3 K Ware 34
Ian Pring topped division two of the Captain's Cup last Monday and was also the overall winner with 49 points.
The division one winner was Tom Berry with 43, cutting his handicap to single figures for the first time.
Results, seniors' Captain's Cup, division 1: 1 T Berry 43pts, 2 J Essery 41, 3 W Phillips 41. Division 2: 1 I Pring 49, 2 B Johnstone 42, 3 R Eidam 41
Russell Lee beat a field of 66 players to win the seniors' Claret Jug competition.
His 43 points were enough to see him finish two clear of the field with Norman Baker taking the runners-up prize on a countback.
The seniors lost the away leg of their friendly against Dartmouth.
Wendy Taylor and Roy Barber scored 49 points to win the annual seniors and ladies competition. Betty Pledger and William Mason (45) were the runners-up.
The ladies' weekly roll-up was qualifier on both the Acorns and the Oaks courses. Shirley Hinchcliffe's impressive score of 43 points made her the winner on the Acorns, with Christine Haveron (39) the runner-up.
The Oaks was led by Jacky Jacobs (37), with Diana Jacob second on 32.
The men's Acorn team played a return friendly against WGA Samford Peverell at Woodbury.
Each hole was closely contested, but the home team triumphed 4.5-1.5.
Staddon Heights was the setting for the ladies quarter-final in the President's league. Playing against Okehampton, Woodbury came away with a splendid 5-2 win. They will now represent the club in the semi-finals at Portmore against Holsworthy in September.
The Devon League ladies' team finished the season comfortably in second place.
The Oaks Memorial Trophy first division was won by Pete Symes with 40 points.
In second place, with 35, was Ian Darvelle.
Graham Murray took the second division on 38 just nudging out Tony Palmer (37). The third division was won by Master William Kerr scoring an excellent 42, which also made him the overall winner of the trophy. Lewis Thorpe (39) was runner-up.
In the somewhat smaller Ladies' divisions, Sara Beaven (35) took the first division ahead of Paula O'Neill's 34. The second division and the trophy were won by Elaine Preston (38) ahead of Kay Foster with 36 points.
Continuing their defence of the County President's Trophy, the ladies had a convincing win in their quarter-final against last year's finalists, Dainton Park, at Staddon Heights.
The men drew their latest East Devon League match against Padbrook Park at Honiton.
The highlight of the day was a hole-in-one by captain Rich Stevens on the 226-yard 10th hole.
Steve Burchell scored 40 points to win division one of the men's stableford competition on Saturday.
In second place was Terry Webster, on 39, beating Andy Rogers on countback.
Shaun Evans was fourth on 38.
The best score of the day was in division two, with Colin Stamp shooting an impressive 44.
Roy Cox was second on 41, with Graham Bulford third on 38 and Stuart Willis fourth also on 38.
Jane Cornelius scored 35 points to win the Cole Cup.
In second place was Thea Durbin on 33, with Sue Cocks (31) in third.
Dave Cardy hit a five-under-par round to win the seniors Les Colley Medalford.
Second was Tony King, with Steve Tuckett third and Gordon Bird fourth. Division two was led by the improving Brian Kelland, with Colin Vincent second, Pete Treggenna third and John Edwards fourth.
Results, Chaucers medal, division 1: 1 Joe Winsor 65, 2 Joe Baker 65, 3 Steve Medway 65. Division 2: 1 Eliot Baker 64, 2 Tony Mudge 68, Gordon Bird 69
Tony and Vivienne Landua teamed up with Des Kelly to record a round of 86 points to win the mixed team golf championship on Sunday.
Second were Maggie Thomson, Tony Potter and Kieran Hewingm, with 83. They won on a countback from Mick Davies and Anne and Mike Hearsum.
The ladies section played a Stableford on Tuesday, with captain Carol Wilson winning Division One with 40 points. She was closely followed by Kim Paley and Kath Burgess, both with 39.
Division two was won by Margaret Thomson, with 36, followed by Pat Martin (35) Vivienne Landau (34).
Division three was won by Pauline Robinson with 39, followed by Carole Phillips with 34.
Norma Lusted scored 21 points to win the nine-hole stableford.
The four-man team event was won Alistair Ross, Fred Ross, Joshua Money and Peter Money with 89 points.
It gave them a win by two points from Alistair Pilcher, James Delve, Martin Pitcher and Thomas Woodhouse. In third place with 86, were Ben Stevens, David Wilkes, Daniel Weetman and Ben Maguire.
The Warren Seagull was won by Paul and Stephen Broadey with a score of 66.
Colin Hancock and Rob Oates were second, with Simon Carr and Pete Morris third with 68 while Paul Fryatt and Heath Macdonald finished on the same score.
The best member accompanied by a visitor was Adrian Henley and David Hill (Crediton) with 70.
Results, ladies' Knowles Cup: 1 Pat Harker 39, 2 Annie Ward 37, 3 Lesley Turpin 32
August stableford, division 1: 1 Sarah Thomas 34, 2 Annie Ward 32. Division 2: 1 Pam Stanaway 39
The club have appointed former professional Duncan Smith as business manager.