MARTIN Holland won The Vale seniors' Edmund Jago Trophy among a double success.

Seventy-one players contested the three clubs and a putter format with Division Two leader Holland getting 40 points.

Malcom Mawer was second in Division Two on 38 from Brian Bunn on 37.

Rob Sharp managed 36 in Division One ahead of Brian Brumhead on 34 and John Jarvis on 31.

Division Three went to Howard Parsons with 35 from John Briggs on 34 and Bill Graham on 33.

Nearest the pin was Barry Sayers.

The Summer Challenge Trophy, played by 81, was also won by Holland with 70 nett as he topped Division Two from John Milward on countback with David Millard third on 72.

Millennium Trophy victor John Jarvis won Division One with 71 in front of Ian Macrae and John Eastoe on 74.

Les Cosnett claimed Division Three with 75 from Brian Summers on 76 and Andy Jinks on 78.

Nearest the pin was Dave Bedford.

The Vale won their inter-club match at Redditch 4-2.

Fifty-eight seniors played a yellow tee stableford.

Eric Salter won Division One with 35 points from Brumhead on 35 and Tony Hampson on 34.

Division Two went to David Hudson with 36 ahead of Mick Heard on 36, Martin Westwood on 36 and Sayers on 34.

Ray Jakeman took Division Three with 36 from Cosnett on 35, George Hilton on 35 and Peter Morris on 31.

Nearest the pin on the 14th was Bernard Rayner.

Despite the prolonged wet weather Evesham men's invitation event went ahead with 62 competitors.

Bobby Deacon and Adam Moss from Broadway won with 45 points from Mike Abraham and Simon Streather on 43 and Mike Callaghan and John Hoineville on 41.

The longest drive was on the 12th by Callaghan and Fitz Burton from The Vale finished nearest the pin on the ninth.

The John Freeman Open's mixed greensomes stableford at Broadway involved 18 clubs as home team Barbara Bate and her grandson Charlie Nettell triumphed with 44 points.

John and Sonia Ward followed with 42 and Camilla Haines and Redditch's John Yarnold with 41 to edge out Darrell Bunn and Anne Hollman-Bunn from Bromsgrove on countback.

Cheryl Senior and Peter Azizi claimed the front nine with 23 points and Ian and Judith Noyce the back nine with 21.

The Martyn Freeman Trophy involved 90 members and was won by Jim Covill with 39 points on countback.

Malcolm Ross and Robert Jones dropped to second and third respectively.

Winner of the ladies' trophy for the second year running was Irene Hawkes with 35 ahead of Annabelle Carter on countback while Maggie McDivitt was third with 31.

The winning junior was Sonny Nangle with 38 in front of Max Carter on 37 and Ambrose Eaves on 36.

And £438 was raised for a local charity through entry fees and donations.

The men's Founders Cup was played over singles stroke play with Adam Barnfield winning on 65 nett.

Mike Humpston scored 67 and the lowest gross of 70 with Gary Evans third and Dan Lamb fourth on countback.

Linda Everitt and Bev Howard won Broadway ladies' Martland Trophies with 70 nett in a better-ball contest with drawn partners.

McDivitt and Ange Sollis scored 71 to get second on countback from Judith Noyce and Barb Buggin with Jan Titley and Kim Lockyear fourth on 72.

The ladies' England Golf Trust stableford saw Debbie Donoghue top Division One with 32 points from Elaine Hickin on 28 and Hawkes on 27.

Jan Titley took Division Two with 36 from Kate Bellamy on 35 and Haines on 29.

Donoghue and Titley go forward for consideration for the better-ball national final at Kings Norton in August.

The juniors' medal in torrential rain was won by Joe Golding with 72 nett from Eaves who took second on countback from James Sutherland on 75 while Nangle was fourth on 76.