THIS week saw the last of the Cricket St Thomas Seniors club matches, as they travelled north to play against the Enmore Seniors.

This is the strongest team in their itinerary and one of the few teams to beat the Saints on their home turf.

With the match level after two holes, the portends were good, but they were followed by four losses.

Pride was restored in the final game, but the overall score was 5-2 in favour of the home side.

John McOmish & Richard Holmes lost by 4 & 3; James Siabi & John Twose won by 4 & 2; Barrie Heath & Peter Spencer-Farr lost by 3 & 2; Roger Davis & Andy Beale lost by 5 & 4; Alan Chance & Stuart Pope lost by 5 & 4; George Wallace & Mike King lost by 3 & 1; Chris Gingell & Barrie Singleton won by 2 & 1

On Wednesday, 40 members of the Senior Section played a Canadian Greensomes tournament in mild conditions, which saw some fine scores posted.

Only 1.5 shots separated the first three positions, with the partnership of Danny Dowell & Alan Davis winning the day.

1. Danny Dowell & Alan Davis - 65.75
2. Steve Kitcher & Toss Smith - 66.62
3. Mark Sanders & John Pearce - 67.25

A similar competition was played on Friday in a stableford format.

Once again, the fine weather brought out the best in the golfers, with 46 members organised into 23 teams.

The winners, by a comfortable margin, were Fred Oliver & Jerry Stephens, who amassed 42 points.

1. Fred Oliver & Jerry Stephens - 42 points
2. Danny Dowell & Ian Housham - 39 points
3. Martyn Bargery & Alan Chance - 38 points

The Seniors completed their year on Friday evening, with their annual dinner, at which captain Barrie Heath announced that his charity Clic Sargent had benefited from £5,255 during his year of office, and presented a cheque to this amount to the local agent for the charity, Chris Williams.