William Clark served notice of his potential this season as he beat the Peterborough Milton course by seven holes to win the Junior Bogey Competition.
Euan Herson secured the runners-up position after finishing five up, while Shivani Karthikeyan, who won the County Girls Net Order of Merit last season, grabbed third spot on two up.
Tommy Sheridan and Thomas Smith maintained their excellent Winter League form as the duo finished first or second in the latest three 11-hole competitions at Priors Hall.
After finishing runners-up in week two, the pair took the honours in the third week with 29 points, before grabbing second spot behind Michael Sawford and Jim Collins (25) a week later.
Alan Lindsay and Martyn Annis couldn’t live with the form of Jack Robinson-Barr in the February Mid-week Stableford as the 18-handicapper stormed to victory at Wellingborough.
Although Lindsay and Annis both did well to come in with 36 points apiece, Robinson-Barr surged clear after he dropped just four strokes on the back nine in a round of 39 points.
High-handicapper Mike Chaffer (38 points) took the honours in the February Mid-Week Yellow Tee Stableford at Overstone Park by one as a strong start and two pars in the last three holes helped claim top spot.
It was even closer a few days later in the February Weekend Stableford as Tony White edged out Colin Cole on countback after both came in with 39 points. Gina Collier (35) was a convincing winner of the ladies competition.
Maureen Core’s three-player team did just enough to win the third round of the Ladies Winter League as they defeated Alison Oberman’s side on countback with 32 points.
Marian Gibson’s team finished one point behind in third.