CLACTON Golf Club's juniors played for the Pat Green Trophy.

In very windy conditions, Milo Locke won the competition with 38 points.

Harvey Bell was second and Henry Goodwin third.

Clacton juniors Wilf Elliott and Harvey Bell travelled to Norwich to represent the Essex under-16 team in their triangular match against Norfolk and Suffolk.

Elliott has been chosen as county captain for the season and the team were successful in both matches.

Clacton's ladies played their Club Championship.

In tough conditions, only two ladies completed the second 18 of 36.

Hoon Locke prevailed over Liz Strutt to win the lady club champion title.

On the same day, those ladies not playing in the Club Championship played an 18-hole stableford competition.

In first place was Gill Wilson, with 38 points.

Second place went to Sue Gurry (35 points) and three ladies all had 31 points.

Pat Messenger took the place on countback from Fiona Cope and Lin Euston.

On Saturday, over 130 men turned out for the June Medal.

The first division winner was Lee Hawkins with an excellent nett 65.

Second place went to Stacy Wilkinson with a very good nett 68.

Third place went to Damon Purll with a nett 71 on countback from Robert Gage and Keith Sampson.

Division two was won by Joe Reeves with a nett 71.

In second place was Tony Stevens (nett 72) and Scott Smith took third place on countback from Charlie Bowers, both with nett 73.

On Thursday, Clacton's men played the June Midweek Medal.

In first place, on countback, was Lee Hale from second-place Jay Foley, both with nett 68.

Third place went to Keith Buxton from Paul Foley, in fourth, both with nett 70s.

Over 70 Clacton seniors played in their June Medal.

In first place, two shots clear of the rest of the field, was Alan Waddup, with a nett 69.

Four players carded nett 71s.

On countback, Jeff Headicar took second, Steve Hurved third, Dave Needham fourth and Tony Whiting fifth.

Clacton's seniors took on Harwich and Dovercourt Golf Club in the annual Cyril Rand Trophy.

Clacton retained the trophy after a very closely-competed match.

Captain John Kemp and partner Brian Langmead won the last match for a point, when the scores were tied 3½-3½.

Clacton held their Mixed Open on Sunday.

In perfect weather, 37 guest pairs played in a fourball better ball format, many of them have been returning to play in this competition for several years.

Many of the Essex clubs were represented, in addition to players from Suffolk, South Herts, Manchester and Australia.

They all enjoyed the day and complimented the clubhouse, course and organisation of the event.

Captain Kemp presented the prizes to winners Derek and Judith Whybrow, from Chelmsford, with 55 points.

Steve and Sharon Clark, from The Essex, were second with 54 points and Brian Gowers and Karen Stanton, also from The Essex, third with 52.