Home players were dominant as Seascale Golf Club's first open competition since lockdown took place.

The winners with an impressive tally of 45 points were Seascale pairing Alex Johnstone and Glen Wills.

They were the last match on the field, with second place going to Stephen Hancock and Peter Rooke who had led earlier.

Workington’s John Fryer and Maryport’s Alan Dolan took third place with 43 points.

In fourth place was another Seascale pairing, Steve Palmer and Alan Isherwood, also with 43 points.

The Mixed Tee Medal took place last Wednesday, with 136 players turning out to take part in spite of blustery conditions.

Mathew Ball won Division One with the day’s best of 66, Mark Sarsfield took 68 for second place and Tim Goddard took third with 69.

Peter Hodgson’s 69 off 14 secured his win in Division Two while James Wallace and Liam Towers took second and third.

Billy Curwen’s 69 off 18 handicap won him the third division with Wayne Howland in third and Graeme Cowen in second. Eight Twos were returned.

On Sunday, 124 members competed in the Robertson Cup Bogey competition. In a tight finish, six players returned a score of +2 but countback identified Karl Smitham (16) as the winner. The other players on +2 were: 2, Adrian Bartlett (21), 3, Kristian Royle (18), 4, Andy Wallace (4), 5, Craig Durham (9) and 6, Dave Jenkinson (13).

The remaining prize winners, all on +1, were: 7, Tom Porter (16), 8, Tim Parker (14), 9, Steven Gilroy (13) and 10, Craig Smith (13). Of the 14 Twos, Louie Henderson nailed two.