Hector James' remarkable 6-under net par easily out-stripped the field to win the medal part of this dual competition.
Roger Stevens again demonstrated his accuracy off the tee by placing 8 of his tee-shots on the green to earn 8 stars and victory the second part of the event
Half the field in this medal equalled or beat nett par. Best of the bunch with scores of 4-under, were Paul Fields and John Roberts. On countback, Paul had the better last-9 and was declared the winner.
Rick Poyser's disappointing medal score was cheered by putting his tee-shot in the hole for an ace on the 17th hole.
Roger Stevens' 2 shots over his own course record was not good enough to steal the medal from David Ayling, who returned a score of 6-under net par.
Roger again demonstrated his accuracy by securing 8 stars - tee-shots that landed on the green - to win the subsidiary prize.
Robin Walsh's 2-under par round allowed him to emerge from a crowd of sub-par players to win this first medal in August.
This victory was witness to his return to form after a dry set of results.
On a fine day when more than half the field parred the course, Colin Ayling's 4-under par scooped the 2022 Summer Trophy from Derek Grimston and Richard Moseley by 1 shot.
Paul Fields aced the 3rd hole to record the club's 26th hole in one.
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