THE annual captain vs vice-captain mini Ryder cup match needed a play-off hole to decide the outcome for the first time in it's 20-year history.
After 27 holes the match was all square, meaning vice-captain David Cardy and captain Nigel Hoskins went into a sudden death play-off hole, with Cardy securing victory.
Andy Rogers and Jamie Hosking also needed a play-off hole to win the Bridgeman Trophy.
They scored 42 points in the pairs betterball format and beat Geoff Baker and Marcus Quick, also 42, on the extra hole.
Colin Durbin and Chris Pope (41) were third, with Joe Baker and Dan Brown (41) fourth.
Fingle won the East Devon League Challenge Trophy, with a total of 165 points.
The winner of the league shield was Honiton for the second year in a row.
Ellen Norton scored a nett 76 to win the ladies' cup winners cup. She beat Anne Woodger (78) and Ann Hazelwood (79).
In the seniors' cup winners cup, the winner in division one, scoring nett 67, was Cardy.
Second place went to Gordon Bird on 70 and in third was Tony King one shot back.
In division two, Colin Hatherleigh was first with nett 68, from Martin Kerrane on 69. Brian Kelland (74) was third.
The Chaucers monthly medal was played on Tuesday. Division one was won by Paul Collings (67), second was Harry Coleman (68) and third was Chris Hazelwood (71).
Rhys Cruse lifted the Tommy Tucker Scratch Cup for the second time in three years after a 4&3 victory over Simon Waddington on Saturday.
The title sealed an excellent year for Cruse, who also won the Club Championship and Blundell's Trophy.
Rounds of 69, 69 and 72 secured the Blundell's Trophy, for the best three scores in medals throughout the season.
Simon Budden produced a stunning fightback from six down after 15 to beat Tony Lavery in the 36-hole final of the Captain's Prize.
In the final of the mixed Coronation Cup, James Lambden and Jane Walton defeated captains Martin Selby and Anto Hajduk on the 20th.
Bob Cumes had his handicap scored 44 points to win the men's October weekday stableford. Cumes finished two ahead of Dan Smith in division one.
Ben Daniel topped division two with 39 – one ahead of Gordon White and John Seamer.
Results, October weekday stableford, division 1: 1 Bob Cumes 44, 2 Dan Smith 42, 3 Roger Millett 38, 4 Lee Davey 38, 5 Shaun White 38, 6 Mike Eastmond 38. Division 2: 1 Ben Daniel 39, 2 Gordon White 38, 3 John Seamer 38, 4 Graham Thrall 34, 5 Tony Evans 34, 6 Norman Webber 34
Teresa Birchmore and Jackie Slocombe shot level-par nett 74s to lead the way in the ladies' October medal on Wednesday.
Birchmore won the silver division by three from Judy Phripp, while Slocombe finished two ahead of Anne Franklin in bronze division one.
Xanda Vass took the bronze division two prize with 75, beating Ann Pearcey by two.
Results, ladies' October medal, silver division: 1 Teresa Birchmore 74, 2 Judy Phripp 77, 3 Maureen Postles 78. Bronze division 1: 1 Jackie Slocombe 74, 2 Anne Franklin 76, 3 Julia Cole 76. Bronze division 2: 1 Xanda Vass 75, 2 Ann Pearcey 77, 3 Sarah Lockwood 81
Rosemary Perry won the ladies' Hamilton Cup on Sunday.
Perry came in with a nett 77 to beat Xanda Vass by two in the event for qualifiers from medals throughout the year.
David Wright posted 39 points to win the veterans' October stableford.
Results: 1 David Wright 39, 2 Norman Webber 38, 3 Trevor Milner 38, 4 Richard Southward 36, 5 David York 36, 6 David Hazlewood 36
Club professional Barry Austin, Terry Clark, John Veale and Ed Copp hit a round of nett 59 to win the greenkeepeer's revenge day.
On Sunday, Andy Frankum and Chris Bruce scored a nett 68 to qualify for the Daily Mail Foursomes event.
Joe Liversage scored 39 points to win the seniors' roll-up stableford. He beat Colin Cole on a countback.
John Cann won the medal winners trophy, with a nett 74.
Andy Frankum won the Min Lwin Trophy with 37 points. He was followed by David Taylor (34) and Pete Russell (32).
The ladies played their EWGA Medal 20 and Mapledoram Cup. The silver division was won by Sophie Button with nett 78. Bronze division one and the trophy was won by Betty Willey with 74. Bronze division two was won by Viv Jordan with 78.
Results, seniors' roll-up: 1 J Liversage 39, 2 C Cole 39
Seniors' medal winners cup: 1 J Cann 74, 2 J Downing 75
Min Lwin Trophy: 1 A Frankum 37, 2 D Taylor 34
Ladies' EWGA Medal 20, Silver: 1 S Button 78, 2 A Battershall 80. Bronze 1: 1 B Willey 74, 2 D Botterill 82. Bronze 2: 1 V Jordan 78
Greenkeeper's revenge: 1 B Austin, T Clark, J Veale & E Copp 59, 2 D Greenslade, K Cole, M Davey & G Dyne 62
Dave Turner won the Barry Colbourne Cup with a score of 38 points. He edged out youngster James Reed and Chris Fisher on the last nine holes.
Barry Colbourne Cup: 1 D Turner 38pts, 2 J Reed 38, 3 C Fisher 38, 4 A Rooker 37, 5 G Stevenson 37, 6 D Silversides 36, 7 M Want 35, 8 K Holway 34
Padbrook will finish as runners up in the East Devon League if they beat Axe Cliff by a point in their final match.
Padbrook will leapfrog Fingle Glen into second spot with a good victory in the match at Woodbury Park.
Sam Palmer won the latest pro shop stableford with a score of 42 points. Martyn Cherry was second, two points behind.
Pro shop stableford: 1 S Palmer 42pts, 2 M Cherry 40, 3 K Slee 39, 4 N Rogers 39, 5 N Lift 37
Dave Turner made it two wins in a week with victory in the seniors' October medal. His nett 70 saw him beat Ray Cavill by a shot.
Seniors' October medal: 1 D Turner 70, 2 R Cavill 71, 3 S Penfold 72, 4 P Holland 76, 5 I Davis 77
Paul Rogers, Russell Bowden and Andy Dyer won the three-ball stableford on Saturday.
Their score of 85 points was enough to beat second placed Alan Mann, Graham Moysey and Pete Murphy (79) as well as Rod Wright, Mark Curtis and Trevor Parker in third. Division two was won by Tony Fisher, Sean Bennett and Ashley Arscott with 77.
Matt Flavin, John Flavin and Richard Goodger were second with 76, closely followed by Ron Copeland, Mike Davis and Graham Harding with 75.
The ladies' played a fourball better ball competition for the Jarman Bowl.
The winners with 41 points were Pam Jarman and Abby Turner. Second were Cherry James and Mary Keir, with Jane Warren and Sue Stanbury coming third.
In the finals of the family foursomes, Barry Down and Sue Stanbury beat Dave Chammings and Nick Godfrey on the 18th.
Grenville Pope won the Old Invincibles stableford. He scored 43 points, which was also enough to see him collect the division two prize.
Division one was won by Phil Mills with 40. He beat Rob Gough on a countback, with Tim Harris third on 38. Second place in division two went to Alan Ceave, 38, on a countback from Sean Sullivan.
Andy Garner (38) won division three, with Jack Jordan second and Peter Scully third. In division four James Leverton (38) took first place, from Fred Ross (34) and David Wilkes (34).
Mo Reynolds and her guest Judith Phripp, from Tiverton, scored 41 points to win an invitational stableford.
They beat Rosemary Pratt and guest Nicky Gorman, with Helen Hughes third with Tina Scanlon from Woodbury Park.
Chris Hatherly scored 38 points to win a closely-contested stableford competition. Second, also on 38, was Ralph Karkeek.
Two teams, headed by the captain and vice-captain, competed in matchplay with the outcome going right to the wire, resulting in a 7-6 win for the vice-captain.
Rob Lake and Garry Batten scored of 45 points to win the mixed fourball better ball stableford ahead of Jamie Davidson and Phillip Watson on 43.
Steve Tombs and Steve Newman are just one step away from a six-night, four-star, expenses-paid trip to the Algarve, where they will compete for a prestigious national amateur title.
The duo will compete in the HowDidiDo National Matchplay Championship at the Macdonald Botley Park Hotel Golf & Spa, Southampton, on Tuesday, with the goal of qualifying for the grand final in the Algarve in February.
Stan Jones won the Haarer & Motts Trophy for the over 70s at the autumn meeting of the Devon Men Veterans' Golf Association. The Teign Valley golfer scored 40 points at the event in Tavistock.