THE ladies at Mullion played their April medal competition last Tuesday. Silver Division winner was Siobhan Murphy with a nett 72 followed by Jill Simmons with a nett 76 and Beryl Sibley won the Bronze division with a nett 74 followed by Rosemary Sanders on nett 77.

The men played their first monthly Stableford competition of the season last Wednesday, which also incorporated a Lombard Trophy qualifier. Arthur King won division II and the event overall with 40 points. R Viet was second in division II with 39 points followed by Bruce Carter with 35 points. Nigel Hannaford won division I with 37 points, on count back from Alex Watt and Alan Horne.

On Thursday the EGGS at Mullion (senior) and the junior section held their annual greensome event for the John Cockle Trophy. Henry Bennett and his grandson Luke Geach repeated their success from last year to win the trophy for the second time when they returned 44 points. In second place were EGGS vice captain, Keith Smith and junior Chris Woods with 43 points followed by Bill Tate and Edward Oxford on 42 points and Gerald Simmons and Ben Lugg on 41 points.

Saturday was another busy day at the club. The junior section held a stableford competition for Easter eggs. Luke Geach continued his good form from earlier in the week in winning the main competition with 44 points; Chris Wood followed him with 41 points edging out Daniel Wagstaff and Tom Lake on count back. Rebecca Lawlor won the 18-hole junior tee competition with 32 points followed by Sam Orchard on 30 points. The nine holes winner was Matthew Burtwell from Ben Williams and Robert Hayes. The five holes winner was Rebecca Pitt.

In the afternoon the men and ladies played a medal competition for the Rover Cup. The winner overall was John Hanley with a matt 62. He was followed in division II by Steve Lieske on nett 66 and Paul Hopkins on nett 67. Alan Horne won division I with a nett 65 followed by Mark Rosewarne and Ryan Retallack on nett 66.