Jones family enjoy wonderful weekend at Brean Golf Club
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The Jones family had a weekend to remember at Brean Golf Club.
Division One winner Steve Jones hit the best score of the day with a gross 75 during The September Medal on Saturday.
He came first ahead of Scott Miles and Barry Fellows, who both carded a nett 68 but it was Miles who clinched second on countback.
Simon Copping delivered a victory in Division Two with a nett score of 66 going against his name on the leaderboard.
Copping finished one clear of Dan West and Mark Elvins in third on 68.
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Third Division went the way of Steve Mason with his nett 67 giving him a one shot advantage over Andrew Pound, who also finished one clear of Steve Barker to complete the standings.
But it was the Zak Jones teamed up with Eamonn Wynne to win the Treasurers Trophy on Sunday.
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Zak played a major contribution to the 44 points while the duo held a two point winning advantage over three pairs on 42.
Not to be outdone by her father or brother's success, Millie won the Berryman Bowl Final on Sunday morning.
The final of the Ladies Summer Matchplay was a very close affair with very little to separate Jones and her opponent Eileen Parnell throughout the round.
Jones just prevailed though on the final green to win by one hole and collect the trophy for the first time.
The Brean A quartet of Dan Broom, Barry Fellows, Josh Heseltine-Smith and Club Champion Dan Williams finished in a very impressive third place in the annual Somerset Golf Union Trounson Trophy on Sunday at Burnham & Berrow.
Broom who led the team off with a very impressive nett 68, two under par.
Fellows was unable to match that with his return but Heseltine-Smith and anchor man Williams produced a 75 and 73 respectively to place Brean first for a short time.
They were overhauled by eventual winners Farrington Park and runners up Cricket St Thomas.
Jeff Milton was the winner of the September Seniors Medal on the first Tuesday of the month.
He completed his round in 83 strokes giving him a nett score of 62, where he finished five strokes ahead of Chris Fairchild.
Fairchild did pick up first in Thursday’s Stableford, despite a damp start and heavy showers throughout the morning.
While Brickhampton Court's Ross Langdon won the Gloucester and Somerset PGA Total Triumph Strokeplay 36 hole Championship at Brean last Wednesday with two round total of 134 after a pair of 67’s.