THERE was a full field when Frinton Golf Club's men played for the University Shield in crisp, autumnal sunshine on Sunday.

Glenn Maleary won it, going out in 42 and coming back with 42 and nine pars, beating Mike Leonardi by one shot.

Maleary finished with a nett 66 to Leonardi’s 67.

James Hide was in third place with 70 nett.

Claire Vaughan was the winner of the Lady Captain’s Charity Rose Bowl.

She scored 38 stableford points, bringing her handicap down to single figures for the first time.

Two ladies finished with 32 points, with Lynne Smith awarded second place on countback, ahead of Angela Low.

Marilyn Clarke led the Frinton team of eight ladies to victory at Clacton Golf Club last week, playing for the Coastal Belles trophy.

Harwich, Clacton and Frinton compete each year, rotating the courses to enjoy friendly golf and supper afterwards.

The Clacton ladies made the players most welcome.

In the Vince Summers Memorial golf day, Vince’s sons, Paul and Stuart, came first and second in the team competition.

Peter McGuiness won the individual competition with 43 points.

The day concluded with a fine dinner in the Summers’ tradition.