IN a cold north wind, Frinton Golf Club ‘new girl’ Sarah Taylor came out on top for the third week in a row, this time with partner Lynne Smith in the Ladies' Coronation Foursomes.

They scored 36 stableford points.

Jemma Jackson and Deborah Tanner were just behind them in second place with 35 points.

Two teams finished with 32 points, with third place awarded to Marilyn Clarke and Donna Oliver on countback, just ahead of Ginny Richardson and Angela Vaughan.

On Good Friday, the men played for the Alfred Symes Cup combined with the Hamilton Scratch medal.

Kevin Smith won the Hamilton Scratch with a score of 75.

Hamish Stubbs was in second place with 77.

In the Alfred Symes Cup, a singles 18-hole nett medal where the first four go through to the Filmer Bennett semi-final, Jack Bruce was the trophy winner with 66 nett.

Leo Knifton was in second place with 68 nett.

Simon Partridge and Steve Mitchell were third and fourth.

On Saturday, there was a roll-up open to all Havers members.

The team of Steve Mitchell and Ian Watts won it with 45 stableford points. Paul Card and Martin Waters were in second place with 44 points and in third place were Geoff Wiseman and M Kuzma, with 43 points.

Finally, over on the Kirby Course, there was a stableford competition.

There were only four participants, with Mary Lowe winning it with a very respectable 43 points.

Frinton claimed the winning salver in their annual quadrangle match to take victory in the event for the first time in eight years.

The hosts were comfortable winners with their eight pairs accumulating 228 points.

Chelmsford finished second 15 points behind on 213, The Warren were third on 210 while Colchester finished fourth on 206.