Rushden’s Ricky Beasley claimed the Knight Putter as a net 65 secured a single stroke victory from Wayne Bright and Gavin Gant.
Scoring was also very good in the Sunday Stableford and Seniors Stableford competitions as Daniel Stratford (43 points) and Anthony Barnett (45) grabbed the respective plaudits. The Junior Pathway Incentives Stableford went to Ryan Statham.
Adam McQuade saw his handicap slashed from 16 to 13 after winning Kettering’s August Saturday Medal by six shots with a magnificent net 60.
Michael Askew was his closest challenger as he finished one ahead of top division trio Luke Saywood, Marc Asher and Paul Wilson, second section leader Robert Potts and fellow high-handicapper Iain Holliday.
The Mike Redward Trophy was much closer as Ben Hogan secured first prize on countback from Chris Brigstock (39 points).
Forty seven points was a superb winning tally for Maliha Mirza in the Peterborough Milton Junior Lockdown Stableford as he took the plaudits ahead of Matthew Mills (42).
Charlie Pearce (40) won the top division, while Sam Mayman (44) beat Isaac Hedger on countback in the Academy Boys Stableford.
The Men’s Lockdown Midweek Stableford went to Josh Edmondson (41 points) by two from Nathan Firman, Daniel Wisbey and Phil Clark.
Birdies on two of Priors Hall’s last three holes helped Antony Lamond edge out Gavin Harding in the Danny Martin Scratch Medal as a gross 72 earned a single shot win.
The mid to high handicap net competition went to David Galway (net 63) by two strokes from Christopher Benson.
David Goswell’s 41 points led the scoring in round five of the Wellingborough Seniors Lonsdale Series as four gross pars in the last six holes helped the 24-handicapper finish two points ahead of Steve Bason.
Birdies on the 13th and 18th holes capped an excellent performance from Patricia Dawson in the Ladies Gilbert Bowl as she strolled to victory with a total of 44 points. Margaret Payne (38) was runner-up.