CLACTON Golf Club's men competed in the June Midweek Medal.

Ryan Weeks led the field with a nett 68, followed by Brady Diplock in second with nett 70.

Richard Hart was third with a nett 71.

Club captain Alfie Smith welcomed players and guests from Essex University, playing in the 29th Essex University Cup competition.

The 2018 champion with a nett 65 was Tony Jordan.

In second was Christain McMillan, with a nett 72, and third place went to David Williams, with a nett 73.

Clacton's men played for the June Medal and a large field of over 110 golfers saw an incredibly tight finish in Division One.

Three players all ended up shooting a nett 69.

On countback, Matt Baker emerged as the eventual winner.

Second place went to midweek winner Ryan Weeks and third to past captain Peter Hewett.

The Division Two golfers were easier to separate.

Winner Steve Page returned a nett 68, with Ronnie Miller second with a nett 69 and Ron Markham third with a nett 70.

Clacton Captain Alfie Smith hosted an inter-club match against Gosfield Lakes.

In the end, they ran away with the two-leg match, winning comfortably 635-558.

Smith's team featured Gary Lee, Perry Richards, Paul Euston, Phil Green, Ray Fage, Keith Sampson, Ian Neil, John Garrad, Joe Reeve, Dave Lee, Darren Leach, Chris Little, Mark Scott, Steve Chignell and vice-captain Martin Penalver.

Ladies' captain Brenda Lord held her Lady Captain's Day.

Linda Wiggins won with 42 points and she was followed by Ann Wright (40) and Cath Fage (39).

Nearest the pin on the second hole was Hoon Locke and nearest the pin on the seventh was Sonja Strutt.

Defending Essex County Munro champions Faye Trigg and Katy Yates beat a pair from Bentley Golf Club 8&7.

They are now through to the quarter-final stage and are just three wins off of retaining their county champions status.

Clacton juniors Jake Wells and Wilf Elliott travelled to Bawburgh, in Norfolk, to represent the Essex under-16 team in the Anglian Shield against Suffolk and Norfolk.

The team, captained by Wells, beat both counties, with Elliott winning both his singles matches.

Clacton's juniors played their June Medal.

In first place was Liam Leech, with a nett 71.

Second place went to Tom Pirie with a nett 74, closely followed by Harrison Dove with a nett 75.

Clacton's seniors played for their June Medal.

In first place on countback was Jim O’Donghue, with a nett 72, from second-placed Stuart Middleton, also on nett 72.

Third place on countback went to Ray Fage, just edging out Bill Clarke, both with nett 73s.

Seniors' team captain Malcolm Pitcher took his side to Maldon.

A quarter-final place was at stake and his team did not let him down, winning comfortably in the end 7-4.

This was a great team result and they now look forward to see who they will meet in the last eight.

Pitcher was to repeat the previous day's success when his John Day side took on The Essex.

A very close match went to the last match as The Essex narrowly beat Clacton 5-4.