RILEY Faulkner emerged victorious in the men's July Medal at Clacton Golf Club.

He won division one with a score of 71-5-66, including four birdies and ten pars.

Daniel Boley was second, with 80-12-68, and Adam Lamb third, with 76-8-68.

David Norris won division two with 87-24-63, with James Jolly second (93-24-69) and Ricky Lafleur third (95-26-65).

Meanwhile, there was a high-scoring round for the club's seniors in their latest stableford competition.

Terry Hewitt won with 42 points, including eight pars and three birdies.

Vice-captain Ray Fage was second, with 39 points and ten pars.

It continued his excellent week, having also had a hole-in-one on the second hole two days later.

Bob Seggie was third, with 38 points and nine pars.

Clacton's junior golfers played for the Pat Green Trophy.

Maxwell Robertson won with 40 points, with one birdie and ten pars.

Cameron Curtis was second, with 38 points, and James Wright third, with 37.

The ladies' July stableford round included a putting competition and the joint-winners were Sandy Cocker and Brenda Lord, with 29 putts.

In joint-second were Julia Hewett and Angela Barratt, with 30.

Third spot was shared by Janine Wyman and Di Kedge, with 31.

Elsewhere, 84 juniors, an amazing turnout, took part in the Colne Valley Junior Open, organised by the Coastal Golf Academy.

All covid-19 guidelines were followed, including all-important social distancing.

As always, there were some brilliant scores.

Clacton’s Cameron Curtis won the 0-18 category first prize with a brilliant score of 42 points.

Braintree’s Pip Stringer won the 19-36 handicap category, also with 42 points. Runner-up spots in the two categories went to Mia Barningham (41 points) and Freddie Rusbridge (40 points).

Other prize-winners included Josh Gemmell (41), Rosie Boyce (39), Caitlin Abercromby (38) and Maximus Maddocks (36).

The academy hopes to run its second open competition at Frinton in October.

* In addition to Fage's hole-in-one on the second hole this week, Maurice Tarrant had an ace on the 17th.