IT was Moore the merrier at Alderley Edge Golf Club.

In a Thursday stableford, Sam Moore came out on top with 18 points, three more than Stephen Moore.

Edge’s ladies played a medal as a Bunty Booth qualifier and it is Celia Berent will go on to represent the club in the 2020 event as she posted 81 to finish ahead of Julie Ricketts, 82, and Tracy Smith, 83.

Sale Golf Club provided a great course for their annual staging of the historic Hancock Trophy for mixed pairs.

It went to the wire of a card play-off on 40 points to decide the winners of the trophy between home pair Mobi and Cath Rawthore and Alderley Edge professional Charles le Sueur and Jo McGregor.

Mobi, a top senior with Cheshire and his England Senior Lady star wife got the verdict to put their name on the trophy again.

A Wednesday stableford at Styal had Mark Mynes in top spot with 35 points, from Tom Bloor, 34, and Ivan Bloor, 33.

Styal seniors kicked off their Winter League with a singles stableford and Ted Marsden led in with 36 points from David Barlow, 35, and Peter Robins and David Bate, both 33.

Mottram Hall’s men played their Champion of Champions medal and Daniel Edwards was the proud winner with 71 from Matt Delargy, 72, and Shok Mirza, Isabella Taylor-Stokes, Andy Stubbens, Nigel Woods and Sean Smith, all 74.

A two-from-three stableford for Davenport’s men was led in with 90 points by the hot trio of P Crosby, N Parker and S Lancashire.