STOKE by Nayland Golf Club were in dominant form in their latest Jubilee Cup group stage match.

They took on Chelmsford-based Regiment Way GC in the third of four group stage matches, on the Constable course.

The change to hot and still weather made for perfect golfing conditions and Stoke were on top from the start.

Trevor Warren, Chris Williamson, Dean Brace, Neil Brooks, Michael Mclachlan and debutant Danny Goddard all won their singles matches.

This was followed in the three pairs matches with wins for Andrew Hately and Liam Worsdell, Paul Raison and Alan White and a draw in the final match for Nigel Howgego and Steve Evans.

The final pair did well to halve their match with a win on the 18th, as they were three down at the turn.

The fourth and final match of the group sees Stoke by Nayland travel to play Braintree GC, where a win will take them through to the next stage.