EVESHAM Golf Club's seniors competed for the Michael Morris Foursomes Trophy with Mike Brumage and Mark Adams winning thanks to a stableford total of 37.

The annual Spencer Plate knockout was played across several rounds over five months.

Former seniors captain Bill Dobie won with Paul Buckley in second place.

The Ralph Burton Knockout Trophy was claimed by Tim Swift and the Autumn Cup went to Geoff Wellens.

The last main singles competition of 2019 for the Bill Onion Trophy was played in medal format at Evesham.

The top three places among the 59 entrants all had one shot reductions in handicap.

John Vaughan won with 82 gross 14 handicap 68 nett from Tony Fawcett on 84-15=69 and Martin Bird on 87-18=69.

A new open competition called the Generation Game was held at Evesham involving 24 family pairs aged from 10 to 83.

The greensome stableford format was played with half the combined handicaps for each pair.

Darren Nightingale and son Jake won with 45 points from Richard Curnock and son Ashley on 44 and Gaudet Luce's Luke and Alex Perry with 41.

It is hoped the format will attract more female and mixed pairings next year.

For the fourth consecutive year members of The Vale gathered to test their golfing and fishing skills in the annual Chip and Fish competition.

A nine-hole stableford score is combined with fishing weight to determine the winner.

Early leaders were Mark Walters and Bob Claude who both returned 19 points.

At the lake fish were hard to find and Jez Mills took a halfway lead in the fishing match.

Walters in the favoured peg 18 found a few fish in the last hour to win the overall title.

Mills hung on to be the best fisherman despite a late challenge from Ian Collings who caught the biggest specimen of the day.

Members of Harvington Golf Society returned to Evesham Golf Club to contest the Memorial Trophy.

Finding the greens tricky, the stableford scoring was low but Les Hughes used his guile to secure the trophy with 34 points, beating the Smiths, Colin and Rod, into second and third place respectively.