STYAL Golf Club’s Doug Christopher helped Cheshire’s under 16s to a convincing victory in their match against Yorkshire.

He teamed up with Reddish Vale’s Daniel Myers to bring home a point in the foursomes at York Golf Club, but the home team lead 3½-2.5 after that session.

Cheshire were up against it as Yorkshire extended their lead won two of the first three singles matches, but Christopher helped them turn things around.

His singles victory was part of a flood of Cheshire wins to ensure the final score was 11-7 in the visiting side’s favour.

Other singles wins came from Ben Currie (Withington), Todd McKie (Eaton), Myers, Jack Bent (Bramhall), Cameron Walker (Caldy), Charlie Hayton and Oliver Johnson (both Delamere Forest).

Back at Styal, the Saturday Stableford saw Division One needing a card play-off after Jonathan Dorsett and Charlie Ward finished level.

Both scored 38 points but Dorsett just edged out Ward in the play-offs.

Division Two was much more clear-cut, with Simon Elms out on his own to win by a five-point margin.

He racked up 39 points to finish well clear of three players – Ian Buckley, Michael Horan and Craig Knight.

The following day, Ryan Owen showed his class to bring home the Sunday Stableford as he finished on 38 points – one more than the quartet of Luke Core, Chris Gibson, Khalil Musa and Andrew Martin.

There was also a women’s Stableford at Styal which was won comfortably by Mel Hill.

She cruised to victory on 32 points to finish clear of Joan Andrews (28) and Enid Laverty (26).

Over at Alderley Edge Golf Club, Jan Grundy went home with a trophy as he picked up the Jubilee Vase.

Grundy scored 41 points to finish two clear of Logan Stone, with Gavin Ely a further two points back.

There was also women’s medal action at Alderley Edge as Olivia Brewster took top spot with a round of 71.

Jean Walker (72) and Sue Kendrick (75) were next best.