YOUNG PROS LEAGUE
HONITON'S James Pickard won the Titleist-Footjoy Young Professionals League at Woodbury Park with a sparkling seven-under-par 65.
"I have played the last 54 holes without dropping a shot," he said after picking up seven birdies in the first 14 holes.
Exeter's Ben Martin was one shot back, tied with Adam Frayne from Yelverton.
Left-hander Martin was heading for his first win after making an eagle and seven birdies. But his downfall was the 17th, where an errant drive cost him two shots.
Matt Lockey (East Devon) and amateur M Coles carded 46 points to win the betterball on countback from Pickard and G Browne.
Okehampton managed to beat five other teams from Dartmoor to win the Dartmoor Pony event.
The competition sees teams from Wrangaton, Yelverton, Tavistock, Teign Valley and Okehampton all compete in a mixed competition.
Okehampton's side of Allen and Penny Deakin, Nick and Lin Atkinson, Blackie and Michelle Widdows, David and Sue Williams, David and Jane Warren, Abby Turner and Pete Kiss record a resounding victory.
Organiser Sue Pearman said she was delighted that Okehampton had won in their centenary year and presented the club with a beautiful framed print of the original Dartmoor Pony photograph to mark the occasion.
The Okehampton pairings of Sue Williams and Sue Stanbury together with Abby Turner and lady captain Jane Warren also represented the club at the finals of the Warren Crocus at Dawlish Warren.
Both pairings carded an excellent 38 points. This resulted in Williams and Stanbury coming third and Turner and Warren coming second in their respective divisions.
Mary Keir won the President Salver having the best overall score in the September stableford.
Gareth Holt scored 40 points to win the division one of the individual anniversary Niblick stableford.
He won on a countback from Andy Dyer, while third place went to Lewis Parry (38).
Division two was won by Mark Howell (40) on a countback from Pete Okopski.
Barry Porter was third with 39, closely followed by Paul MacDonald (38).
Stephen Latham was the winner of division three and the anniversary Niblick with 43. Sid Sanders was second, with 40, third was Robert Reddington (38).
Maureen Postles posted 40 points to win the ladies' September stableford on Wednesday.
Postles topped the silver division on a countback from Rosemary Perry.
Sally Fetherston claimed the bronze division one prize with 38, while Christine Coombes led the way in bronze division two with 33.
Results, silver division: 1 Maureen Postles 40pts, 2 Rosemary Perry 40, 3 Jane Gould 39. Bronze division 1: 1 Sally Fetherston 38, 2 Marjorie Hallam 35, 3 Julia Cole 35. Bronze division 2: 1 Christine Coombes 33, 2 Xanda Vass 32, 3 Jean Granger 29
Noel Gallagher carded 43 points to win the veterans' September stableford.
Gallagher had a two on the fourth and four straight pars to close as he finished two ahead of David Grieve, Graham Dyson and Trevor Milner.
Results: 1 Noel Gallagher 43pts, 2 David Grieve 41, 3 Graham Dyson 41, 4 Trevor Milner 41, 5 Ian Brierley 40, 6 Marcus Scott 39
Sam Heard scored 36 stableford points in heavy rain to clinch the juniors' Green Headland Trophy.
Heard topped division one on a countback from Alex Gibson, while Jimmy Heard was third on 34.
Sarah Sweetland claimed the division two prize with 35, ahead of Hannah Carthew (34) and Emily Vickery (33).
Aaron Lazarus won the nine-hole non-Congu competition with 19, in front of Dan Brooks (17) and Sam Pryce (14).
June Mitchell and Dennis Wright won the Cynthia King Robinson Bowl on Sunday with 40 points.
The competition is one of the club's main mixed events of the season and the winners edged out Alan and Betty Willey, who scored 39.
Results: 1 D Wright & J Mitchell 40pts, 2 A & B Wiley 39, 3 G Pell & L Gill 37
Steve Robinson was the overall and division two winner of Saturday's club stableford.
He scored 44 points to win his section by two from runner-up Tom Vicary.
In division one, Graham Pateman edged out Oliver Greenslade on a countback after both scored 41.
Results, division 1: 1 G Pateman 41pts, 2 O Greenslade 41, 3 S Coupe 39. Division 2: 1 S Robinson 44, 2 T Vicary 42, 3 T Blackburn 41
The ladies played their EWGA medal 18 on Thursday and Stephanie Moffat topped the silver division with a nett 79.
Rickie Pawsey won bronze division one with a nett 73 while bronze division two went the way of Linda Gill with a nett 78.
Results, silver division: 1 S Moffat 79, 2 F Shrubsole 80. Bronze division 1: 1 R Pawsey 73, 2 J Mitchell 74. Bronze division 2: 1 L Gill 78, 2 A Coles 83
Andrzej Sobczak, Kingsley Bungard and Austin Barrett scored 74 to win the seniors' roll-up.
With a score of 71 Norman Baker, Keith Lunness and Alan Stone were the runners-up.
Woodbury seniors lost 4.5-2.5 at Royal North Devon in an away friendly, but beat Lyme Regis by the same score in another match.
Hosting their last friendly of the season against Exminster, the Acorn ladies came away with a 3-1 win.
Richard Wallace comfortably won the midweek stableford with 43 points with Kevin Morgan (39) second after count-back.
The penultimate trophy of the season was the 36-hole Hawkins Trophy, spread over two weekends.
The winner of the trophy was Alan Merriott, with John Collier-Marsh second.
The ladies section was won by Angela Mullerworth, while runner-up was Louis Neilson.
The Fingle Glen ladies team won the Devon Ladies League.
On finals day at Tiverton they beat Portmore in the last four to set up a match with Axe Cliff in the final.
After a nail biting finish, Fingle came out victors 4-3.
There was also success for the men in the Dartmoor scratch event at Borringdon. The three-man team of James Urquhart, Luke Burchell and Chris Tripp won by five shots, to lift the trophy.
In the East Devon League, an excellent 4-1 win against Woodbury at Padbrook means that the league hangs in the balance for the last match of the season on October 5. Fingle need to beat Honiton to pip them at the post.
The winner of the Swans Nest monthly medal was Steve Burchell with an impressive nett 64.
Chris Pope on 65 came second from Brian Ridgeway on a countback. Sam Holmes was fourth on 66.
In division two, Clive Caisley took top spot with nett 65, beating Paul Jepp on countback. Phil Reed was third with 66 and Geoff Baker came fourth, two shots further back.
The winners of the seniors unique greensomes were Brian Ridgeway and Roger Anniss with 40 points, from Malcolm Heale and Martin Bagg on a countback. Richard Board and Mike Phillips were third on 39.
The ladies also played unique greensomes and the winners on 35 were Bernadette Maynard and Jane Cornelius.
Results, Tuesday stableford, Division 1: 1 Luke Burchell 37, 2 Dan Brown 36, 3 Harry Coleman 33. Division 2: 1 Peter Woodger 32, 2 Keith Barzey 29, 3 Mark Welland 27
Sarah Jones scored a six-under par nett 68 to win the Autumn Cup.
Lisa Tinsley and Rosemary Pratt recorded five under-par 69s to head the bronze and silver divisions respectively, with Pratt also walking away with the Pheasant Trophy for the best gross score on the day (80).
Jenny Dobel won the Mathieson Cup for best nett aggregate scores for the spring and autumn meetings with a total of 144, while Eilidh Cameron won the Peggy Anstey Salver with her best gross aggregate score of 168.
Both Jones and Tinsley will hope their excellent form continues as they join up with the rest of the clubs Sheelagh Creasy team in the Devon County Matchplay finals at Thurlestone today (Thursday).
The foursomes on Thursday was a close run competition with the top four teams all scoring 38 points.
The winners on countback were Maria Heard and Pat Jarvis, with Judy Murray and Gill Dunsford in second place.
Judy Nelson also celebrated 50 years of membership at East Devon Golf Club.
Peter and Gill Dunsford scored 45 points to win the mixed open competition.
It put them a point ahead of second-placed James Ward and Sue Reed, from Oake Manor, third placed Peter and Shirley Stunell, from Crediton, fourth-placed Mervyn and Jenny Pullen.