FRINTON Golf Club's Havers Course members got a break from the recent squalls, playing the Bursary Day Texas Scramble in sunny but windy conditions. The bursary is a charity that supports primarily local junior players but also others in need.

There were separate prizes for men’s and mixed teams.

First place went to the all-male team of Glen Maleary, Frazer Maleary, Connor Maleary, Liam Clarke and Gary Robinson with a nett score of 54.7.

Usual suspects Harry Sanderson, Peter Irwin, Jack Bruce, Jamie Redden and Paul Mutton were in second place with 56.7 nett.

The best mixed team were Nigel Jackson, Jemma Jackson, Gavin Cowell, Caroline Grey and Loraine Motion with 59.2.

There were five prizes for nearest the pin, with Claire Vaughan the nearest, nearest at 1ft 2ins on the 13th.

The ladies played for the Flateau Cup on their day, a medal with a handicap limit of 28.

Ginny Richardson took home the silverware with a nett 72.

Sarah Taylor was second with nett 73 and Jemma Jackson was awarded third place on count back with 75, just ahead of lady captain Lynda Boland.

The higher handicap ladies played a stableford alongside.

Patricia Freear won it with 38 points.

Karen Wright came in second with 32 and Louise Wood was awarded third place on count back with 29 points.