ROMY Bozier put together a superb round to win Colchester Golf Club’s Ladies’ Stableford.

A score of 44 points from her nine handicap reflects the 17-year-old’s commitment to the game.

Putting her round into context, her gross score was one shot over the ladies' par of 73 - an impressive achievement.

The result emphatically underlined her second spot in the Tuesday competition earlier in the week.

Bozier indicated her intentions from the start with a birdie on the first hole and, other than a bogey at the seventh, it was straight pars on the front nine.

A bogey on the tenth was rectified with a birdie on the long par four 12th hole.

Her only disappointment was a bogey on the 16th but, parring in from there, she recorded a score the rest of the field could only dream about.

Amanda Munson returned 37 points from her 24 handicap, along with Liza Free (32) to take second and third.

Scoring 36 points, and underlying the potential strength of the club’s junior section, was 14-year-old Alanna Mathews (10).

In the men’s stableford, Josh Stephenson (11) repeated Bozier’s feat and also scored 44 points.

Three birdies in the last six holes was the highlight of his round, putting him two points clear of Lewis Barber (4), who clocked the lowest gross of the day, 68, assembling his 42 points.

John Sexton (22) returned 41 points to take third and Matt Free (10), along with Nick Leppard, also off ten, carded 40 points.

In the midweek competition, Mark Simons (12) took the honours with 41 points, with Charlie Allison (11) hot on his heels, with 40.

Chris Page (16) secured third spot after the countback from Simon Rippingale (13), also returning 39 points.

Lowest gross of the day was Nathan Howe (2), with a gross 72.

The ladies’ Tuesday stableford was topped by 15-handicapper Annie Johnston, with 39 points.

Second spot was taken by Bozier, who beat Nesta James (19) into third after a countback, both scoring 38 points.

Division two saw Roberta Bodsworth (23) beat Sharron Everett (21) after a countback, with both players scoring 34 points.

Division three saw Clare Withnall (35) pip Caroline Sagle (27) by one point when she returned 34 points.

Finally, in division four, Caroline Hogan (42) came out tops with 35 points.

While the club are presently only playing stableford competitions, medal competitions and boarded competitions may well be able to start next month.