THE Worcestershire held their finals day at the Malvern Wells course with Nick Day claiming the Meredith Cup.

Day (7 handicap) beat Guy Ralph (13) over 36 holes 3&1.

The ladies’ singles knockout for the Perrins Cup saw Jackie Marks defeat June Jones 3&1.

Patrick McIlroy and Sam McLeod saw off 2019 club champion Tom Howells and Steve Carter two-up in their contest.

Diane Meakin defeated Sue Birch in the Silver Division Knockout.

Adults and juniors played a pairs competition for the Generation Cup with Josh Marshall and Peter Palmer winning over 18 holes on 65 nett.

The intermediate class over nine holes was taken by Penny Stevenson and Cooper Hunt with 31.

The ladies’ September medal and Gripper Putting Cup went to newcomer Pippa Frost with 74 nett and 28 putts.

Meakin was runner-up in Division One on countback from Marks with 75 nett.

Hazel Carteledge took Division Two with 76 on countback from Julie Saunders and Kate Foster was third with 77.

Brenda Cox claimed the nine-hole stableford with 15 points.

Sue Boardman won the Past Captain’s Bowl with 30 points.

The autumn meeting saw Colin Goodrum collect the Division One Claret Cup with 71 nett.

Geoff Pullen picked up the Division Two Autumn Cup with 72 and Brian Pleass the Division Three Doug Cotton Tankard with 71.

The Worcestershire lost their annual club match against Moseley 5-1.

The ladies’ penultimate friendly of the 2019 season brought a 3-1 triumph at Broadway in the annual trophy match in memory of Alison Hewitt.

Meanwhile, Alexander Park seniors' Stableford Cup was won by Steve Norwood (16 handicap) on countback from Geoff Foster (24) with both on 37 points.

Roy Caffull (25) was third on 36.

A Triple Six competition went to Caffull, Mike Hawkins, Des Samuel and Maurice Embrey with 89 points.

Tim Hollingworth, Don Filer, Foster and George Cozens were second and Gregory Brunt, Keith Smith, Roger Bayliss and Carl Tasker third with both on 81.

A league match at home to Sherdons from Tewkesbury was won 5-1.

Jim Bland and Tasker triumphed 2&1, Embrey and Julian Smith 6&4, Norwood and Ray Ingram two-up, Ellis Crombie and Hawkins 3&2 and Alan Shakesheff and Peter Butler 4&2.

Hollingworth and Foster lost 6&4.