PHIL Moore won a great battle for top spot in a stableford competition.

After a card play-off on 42 points, Moore edged home against Jim Marshall and Paul Suchoparek in a Styal Golf Club Seniors event.

Meanwhile, James Bennett was a clear winner of a Wednesday stableford at Styal, posting 40 points to lead in from Ivan Bloor, 39, Tom Bloor, 36, and Jim Slavin, 34.

Styal women played a singles stableford and in a close finish Joan Chapman won a cpo on 24 points from Frances Purdy, with Gayle Blackburn and Hilary Boyce just a point off the pace.

A professionals’ nine-hole stableford at Alderley Edge saw Division One won by Dave Snell with 20 points, while in Divisions Two Michael Easton led in with 22.

A second nine-hole pro’s stableford saw Keith Doyle top of Division One with 19 points, with Bill Bennett leading the way in Division Two with 22.

Bill Bennett was the winner of the Winter Aggregate, with a best four-round total of 92 leaving him 10 clear of Brian Jones.

It was a family affair in a nine-hole Wednesday stableford at Styal.

Former captain Ivan Bloor showed his enduring class as he led in with 23 points from Tom Bloor and David Graham Jones, both 20.

The Bloors struck again in a team Texas scramble, partnering C Hart and K Musa to a winning score of 54.2 to take them home from J Geddis, J Lowe, H Dickson and J Cosgrove, 55.4, and M Window, A Jowle, A Jones and B Weems, 56.9.

In a Sunday ‘open to all’ stableford at Styal Anthony Guy won a card play-off on 39 points from Mike Burchell, with Rob Cressey hot on their heels with 38.

A singles stableford for Styal women was won by Diana Prow with 29 points from Sue Grange, 26, and Joan Chapman, 25.

The March medal at Wilmslow produced some good scores led in by Simon Weaver with 65 from Michael Caine and Alan Marcus, both 66, and Jack Dunlop, 67.

A pro’s nine-hole stableford at Alderley Edge saw the divisions won by Dave Snell with 20 points and a best-of-the-day 22 points in Division Two from Michael Easton.