Hal Robinson served notice of his potential as the teenager posted the joint-best individual round of net 67, alongside Nick Blount, in the April Sunday Medal at Wellingborough.
In the Ladies April Stableford, Maggie Etheridge carded the leading total of 41 points as she finished three ahead of Gaynor Arnott. Valerie Garlick won the Nine-Hole Stableford.
Forty three points was Dan Page’s winning score in the April White Tee Stableford at Overstone Park as he nudged two ahead of Richard Tickle, Declan Mawe and Benn Kirkham.
Alex Lovett carded the same leading mark in the April Mid-Week Yellow Tee Stableford as he finished five clear of four players. Andrew MacDonald won the Seniors competition.
David Galway compiled a superb round of net 65 to win the Priors Hall April Medal by five strokes from Trevor Haynes and Simon Lewis.
Clive Curtis produced an equally impressive total of 44 points to clinch the April Seniors Stableford by three from Peter Mather, while Craig Toseland (40) lifted the Mathers Cup from Gavin Symington (39).
David Law was in charge of proceedings in Kettering’s April Mixed Stableford as his tally of 43 points lifted him two clear of teenager James Attwood, with Jan Althorpe third on 39.
The Ladies Stableford a few days later witnessed the same winning score as Vera Carter grabbed the top prize on countback from Pam Bailey.
Pep Liguor collected the Peterborough Milton President’s Cup after the 17-handicapper’s round of net 66 nudged him one clear of Liam Purdy.
Countback was required in both the Ladies Coronation Trophy and Men’s Midweek April Stableford as Anne Dewhurst (net 72) edged out Janet Seconde in the former and Chris Savage beat three players in the latter with 35 points.
Alex Furniss came close to securing two victories on consecutive weekends at Rushden as he won the Blasted Oak competition by one point, before finishing third in the St Georges Day Shield behind champion Ashley Deverell.
In the April Seniors Stableford, John Costigan’s tally of 41 points pushed him two clear of Dave Stott and Kevin Mudie.