BEV Howard was in sparkling form as she topped a strong field in Broadway Golf Club’s Ladies Stableford and Veterans’ Millennium Trophy. 

Jenny Brotherton achieved  first place in the Silver Division with an impressive return of 36 points.

Debbie Donoghue took a comfortable second place with 35 points.

She finished ahead of Sonia Ward, who clinched third place in the competition after carding 34 points.

There was never any doubting the Bronze Division winner as the trailblazing Howard stormed to the top of the pile with a magnificent 38 points.

Howard’s tally made her the overall competition winner.

Valerie Steven clinched a worthy second place after carding 36 points to leave Rhiannon Gadsby-Evans in third spot with 33.

The greens gave plenty of roll on the ball and the course was in excellent condition throughout the day.

The best six eligible cards will be now sent by the club to officials at Gloucestershire Veterans for qualification at the County Knockout competition.

Scott Davis demonstrated his tremendous talent in a junior stableford competition at Broadway.

Davis roared into the lead with a remarkable 49 points.

Ambrose Evans also made light work of the course as he snatched second place from the talented Sonny Nangle.

Both players shot 48 but Evans sealed second place on a countback.

After success as winner of a nine-hole contest the previous week, Ryan Wright took fourth after a return of 45 points.

A total of 80 Broadway male members took part in their Division One and Two medals on a day which promised to be plagued by showers but turned out to be gloriously sunny.

Guy Madgwick took the overall lead with a 67 nett.

Bobby Webb earned the top spot in Division One, also with 67, and a lowest gross of 71.

Mike Humpston was second with a 69 nett and Ollie Storrer was third with 70.

The scores in Division Two were also impressive with Ian Chambers achieving first place with a 68 nett.

He took pole position on a countback from Barry Deemin, while Andrew Sutton, with 71, finished in third spot.