Quigley celebrates maiden win at Brean

Brean Golf Club member Jimmy Quigley.

Brean Golf Club member Jimmy Quigley. - Credit: Brean GC

Jimmy Quigley scored his maiden win at Brean Golf Club in Sunday's Super Series Stableford. 

His winning total of 41 points gave him a one-point advantage over the rest, as Nathan Pickering carded 40 to take second with Dave Jolly third on 39. 

All three scores came in Division Two, with Steve Jones returning the best in the top flight with 36 ahead of Barry Roe (33).

Millie Jones, 17, won the Ladies May Stableford with 39 points, eight clear of three others, as Gail Mason was awarded runners-up spot on countback ahead of Bev Cranley and Tracy Spencer.

It proved to be a successful weekend for Brean in the Avalon League, as Dan Broom's troops headed to Enmore Park on Saturday for their Division Two fixture and returned with a 4.5-0.5 win.

Attention turned to home soil on Sunday as the Division Five side hosted Burnham & Berrow, with regular captain Brian Read unavailable for the derby.

Chris Fairchild led the team and oversaw a comfortable 4.5-0.5 victory to complete a successful weekend.

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Two Super Series Stablefords were played for those not involved in the Avalon matches and Dave Bradley scored his third win in the last month as he topped the charts again on Saturday. 

His superb 43 points saw him end the day clear of Ian Rogers in Division Two, with Bob Pelzer third on 39 as the lowest scoring all came in the second flight.

The name of Steve Bateman returned to the winner's enclosure as he led the way in Division One with a 39-point round, two clear of five players on 37.

After an extensive countback. Barry Fellows was the best of that group to take second ahead of Marc Birt.

Vincent Ford produced the best score of the day in Thursday's second round of the Seniors Captain's Cup.

Ford's nett 64 was one better than Mats Mattsson, as Don Edmondson and Graham Exton returned 66s, with Edmondson getting the nod for third on a back nine countback. 

After two rounds, Tony Oliver's 127 aggregate leaves him five clear of Steve Mason. Ford missed the first round but could provide a late challenge for the silverware with another low score in the final round in a couple of week’s time.