THE Queen and King B Trophies were competed for by all of Broadway’s ladies and men who have been in B team friendly matches against other regional clubs.

The ladies' match was played first over 16 holes and damp conditions made scoring tough but Irene Hawkes triumphed with 25 hard-earned points to seal the title of Queen B for the second year running.

Judith Noyce missed out marginally for second place on countback and ladies' captain Brenda Corfield earned third with 24.

The men competed for the King B Trophy and the weather conditions had improved slightly.

Ray Cordes won with 41 points and Justin Loram earned second with 38 ahead of Jim Covill in third with 37 and David Patten in fourth with 36.

The Neale Wolder Tankards were claimed by captain Jim Hutchison and Guy Madgwick who had been drawn together as secret partners and their joint scores placed them top.

Broadway members travelled to the Stratford-upon-Avon club for their annual swap day.

In the autumn sun Sam McPherson led Division One in the morning's men's stableford with 38 points.

Chris Hartwell was second on countback from Chris Hands in third with 37.

Division Two went to Dave Morris with 37 points, leaving Nathan Chambers and Mark Gledhill to take second and third respectively with 36. 

Thirty-six other Broadway golfers arrived for the afternoon's mixed Texas scramble.

Bringing in 64.4 nett to clinch top position were Rod and Jenny Brindley and Jim and Jan Titley.

Scoring 66.8 were Neil Townshend, Irene Hawkes and Ian and Judith Noyce in second which left Roger and Barb Buggin and Ange and Bill Sollis to take third with 67.1.

The ladies contested the Martland trophies over a better-ball contest.

There was a cool and damp start but the weather soon improved.

Storming into the lead with 68 nett were Debbie Donoghue and Kate Bellamy with the latter winning for the second year in a row.

Jenny Holt and Fran Andrews were second with 74, leaving Jayne Rose and Bev Howard to take third with 75.

Irene Hawkes and Margaret Tucker clinched fourth with 76.

The juniors competed for their League Team Cup stableford on a damp, chilly start to the day but nothing could dampen the enthusiasm of the young competitors.

Jackson Wojahn-Parker won with 44 points from Charlie Nettell in second with 42, Ryan Wright in third with 39 and Curtis Coane in fourth with 38.