RESULTS continue to flood in from club golf competitions in the area.

The latest women's winter league occasion at Styal was a family affair.

Junior section sisters finished top of the pile, with Erin Parker first with 28 points and Bronwyn Parker second on 25.

Enid Laverty and Celia O’Donohue both finished on 22.

The latest seniors winter league stableford at Styal Golf Club was won by Steve Weaver with 42 points.

He finished ahead of Mike Waring, 40, and David Barlow, 39.

Jordan Howard led in with 20 points in the nine-hole Friday Frolics at Styal.

One behind were Mark Window and Arthur Jowle.

The Saturday stableford at Styal had Hilton Alexander top of division one with 42 points.

Rob Sanderson and James Lowe, both 40, were the closest rivals.

In division two William Geddis was top of the shop with 42 points.

Andy Jones, 40, Andy Murray and Ash Bakhat, both 38, came next.

Alderley Edge Golf Club's latest nine-hole pro’s stableford saw the divisions won by Mike Davies with 23 points and Steve Bennett 20.

It was tight in a mixed 14-hole greensome at Prestbury with J and M Woof winning a card play-off on 32 points., edging out M and A Forbes.

Just one point further back were A and N Wood and G and P Singh.

The 13th winter league stableford at Shrigley Hall saw Andrew Mitchell on fire with a huge haul of 45 points, seeing him well clear of Simon Corless, 40 and Graeme Nimmo and Daniel Chesters, both 38.

Midweek Stableford action at Avro had Rod Lambert cruising home with 43 points from Neil Flood 39 and Michael Thornber 37.

Davenport’s men played a singles stableford in three divisions and it was tight in division one as Mark Bryning led in with 37 points, one more than Steve Lancashire, Lee Williams and Ian White.

Roger Shaw topped division two with 37 points ahead of John Weaver 36 and David Barron 35 and in division three Peter Beckett was first past the post with 35, one more than Doug Hulme.

Medal action for Mottram Hall’s men had Dave Roberts well clear in division one with 63 from Mark Richardson 67 and Steve Sewell, Brendan Poynts and George Swann, all 69.