CONSISTENTLY good play from David Radley saw him take The Worcestershire Golf Club’s EW Evans Centenary Stableford.

Awarded to the first player to reach 100 points over three designated rounds, Radley had already scored steadily in both the Wormington Salver and the Garnet Scott Tankard earlier this season.

He reached the 100-point milestone on the 14th hole of this week’s Len Phipps Cup.

In the individual event, Neil Hide lifted the cup in a tight contest where five players carded 37 points.

Division One was taken by Martin Lloyd (handicap 9), ahead of Brian Kendall (12) and Alistair Chrystal (12), both on 36.

Gary Eames (14) won Division Two, from Jon Lane (16) on 36 and Graham Chatterton (13) on 35. Division Three saw three players on 37, with Hide (23) edging out Kenneth Kennett (22) and Dennis Duano (22) on countback.

Meanwhile, a mid-week stableford was won by Andy Colston with 40 points, ahead of John Goodwin and Simon Phillips, both on 39.

Jill Brierly clinched the Russell Bogey Trophy with a remarkable score of +6, reducing her playing handicap from 27 to 24.

Jan Bartlett finished second in Division Two with a very creditable +2 and reduced her handicap to 29.

Liz Pool and Christine Goody made up the top four placings, finishing on evens.

In Division One Chris Urry continued her good form with an evens finish and was followed home by Diane Meakin and Jackie Marks both on -1.

In the nine-hole stableford Pauline Taylor returned a score of 17 points to beat Kate Cross and Davina Taylor into second and third both on 16 points.

Vicky Barber, Sue Layton and Lynda Whieldon from Stratford GC won the Seniors Ladies Open with 75 stableford points, one ahead of Walmley’s Sue Hart, Jan Palin and Gill Ball.

The over 70s prize was taken by home players June Jones, Cynthia Guest and Brenda Jones who came in with 72.

Other winners were The Worcestershire’s Jackie Marks, playing with Gail Halford and Maggie Thompson from Worcester Golf and Country Club, whose score of 68 was one ahead of Kington’s Phillipa Frost, Mary Hill and Wendy Priday.

The Worcestershire’s A Team claimed a 4.5:1.5 win over Kidderminster at Malvern Rich Higgs and Josh Marshall battled hard for a half, while new pairing, Rich Day and Bill Thomas won 3&2.

The other wins came from Steve Carter and Dave Marshall 3&2, Phil Birch & Andy McCabe 3&1 and Tom Howells and Paul Wakley 3&1.

The Worcestershire’s seniors won 5.5 : 2.5 at home. The winners were Stan Jones and Andrew Reeves 3&2, Patrick McIlroy and Tony Rogers, 3&2, Terry Cox and Ron Barker 2&1, Paul Butler and Peter Kirton 7&5, and Andrew Colston and Tony Pawson 4&2.

Seniors’ captain Nigel Teale and Sam Macleod halved their match.

The club’s mixed team ran out 4.5 : 3.5 winners against Minchinhampton. Alex and Andy Dunster, Brenda and Trevor Cox and Jill and Roger Brierly halved their games, while wins were achieved by Jan Kirkland and Andy Turner 3&2, Debbie and Clive Minett 2&1 and Geraldine and John Williams one up.