ANDY McCabe dominated the men's presentation day at The Worcestershire Golf Club with six summer and autumn trophies.

McCabe also reduced his handicap to 3.5 and finished third with his team at an end-of-season contest.

Twenty-two groups played with countback helping Andy Price, Ian Brazier, John Whitehead and Mark Roberts to victory with 89 points.

Phil Birch, David Radley, Greg Michael and Nigel Teale finished second and McCabe, Dave Tucker, Brian Kendall and Tom Davies third on 88.

In the men’s winter four-ball Oli Kitchen and Martin Teale and Stephen Large and Pete Evans reached the knockout finals.

Thomas Deehan won the midweek stableford with 38 points ahead of runners-up John Whitehead and Martin Field.

The County Kidderminster Cup over 55s scratch foursomes saw The Worcestershire A overwhelm The Abbey from Redditch 3-0.

Pete Lupino and Phil Shurmer won 7&6, Mark Read and Birch three-up and Andrew Longley and Jon Wootton 4&3.

The B team triumphed 3-0 at Cleobury Mortimer as Roger Brierly and Geoff Fox won by one on the 18th hole, Nev Clarke and Paul Jones 2&1 and Steve Bradshaw and Simon Eales 6&4.

On her third attempt the Doug Cotton Rose Bowl was claimed by in-form 2017 ladies' captain Sue Boardman in the November Poppy Medal.

Cathy Harris was first in Division One with 72 nett and Fiona Lucas topped Division Two with 76.

Kay Bromley won the nine-hole stableford with 14 points.

In the first winter league 31 ladies braved wet and windy conditions for a reduced 15-hole stableford.

Denise Codrington won with 30 points ahead of Cath Francis and Hazel Cartledge with 27.

In the second round Jill Brierly, Diane Keates and Codrington won a three-ball alliance with 78 points.

Liz Pool, Vanessa Chesterton and Hazel Cartledge were second on 70 on countback from Jackie Marks, Joan Haworth and Sandra Schofield.

The seniors held their annual dinner with 70 members and guests attending.

Section captain Keith Hitchcock spoke of a fulfilling year with five wins, two draws and five defeats.

The night helped raise £145 for Crohn's and Colitis UK.

Ten pairs took part in a mixed alliance as Roger and Jill Brierly and Richard and Denise Codrington won with 80 points.

Tim and Jayne Sinden, Peter Hill and Pool were second on 77 and Ralph and Elsie Kelsall, Alan Smith and Joyce Duncan third on 76.