David Chesney was the winner of the Bank Holiday Stableford at Taunton and Pickeridge Golf Club on Monday with 36 points, one ahead of his nearest rival Curtis Edwards who returned with 35. Dan Keitch claimed third spot with 33 points while Malcolm Lawrence was fourth with 32.

Three players returned with 32 points, but after countback it was Paul Parnham  was fifth, Steve Coomber sixth and Terina Parker who was seventh.

Sunday’s Stableford was won by Mason Rice with 37 points, Geoff Dight was second with 36 and Gareth Eggle third on 35.

The Ladies Section at T&P managed to get out onto the course on Tuesday and play a 12 hole competition at the end of which in Division One the winner was Terina Parker with 25 points, which included a two on the Par 3 second hole. Two players returned with 22 points but after countback it was Ali McGown who was second just ahead of third place Jane Martin-Scott.

Two players tied in 28 at the top of the second flight but following countback it was Barara Barber who was the winner, Lady Captain Emma Smith was second while third place went toJo Evans.

The Seniors Section have a new pairing at the helm Barry Warburton is the new captain and Paul Parnham the vice captain and recently the pair led the T&P team to their first victory of the season when they travelled to play at Yeovil Golf Club where they won 4-2.

Barry moved back to Taunton four years ago and after being impressed by the friendliness of the club, the great course, and excellent catering  and active Seniors Section he joined the club

Barry said: “Giving back has always been my motto and what better way than running all the Seniors friendly matches, all 39 of them. This is a great way to play golf, new courses, making new friends in a friendly but competitive environment. I’m really looking forward to the year ahead.

Vice captain Paul said: “Golf being a passion of mine has resulted in me being a member at numerous Clubs over the year both in England and when working abroad. However coming to the local area three years ago and joining Taunton and Pickeridge I can say without any doubt that it is most welcoming friendly Club I have had the privilege to be part of plus if the consequence of growing old is playing seniors golf, bring it on.”