At Bondhay Golf Club, in the full handicap stableford on 14th March, Mark Caudwell won, beating Mark Warner and Alan Roebuck.
Two days later Josh Copestake finished ahead of Steve Evans and Sam Highfield in a full handicap stableford.
The same competition on 22nd March saw Graham Rye triumph, ahead of Nigel Presswood and Graham Connor.
And in Medal 2 on 23rd March, Michael Yeend’s 88-11=77 was enough to win Division One.
Phillip Burns (88-10=78) and Steven Brooks (90-12=78) followed closely behind.
In Division Two, Phil Shaw finished first with 91-17=74, ahead of James Ball (90-16=74) and Martyn Hodkin (88-13=75).
Dave Battams won Division Three with his 102-24=78, finishing just ahead of Lee Smith (100-21=79) and Graham Bonson (99-20=79).
The Butch Gleeson Trophy, for junior golfers, was won by Joel Wright with a tally of 33 points.
Dan Cook took second place and Daniel Plant was third.
And Ben Clarke won the 9 hole competition for juniors at Bondhay, with his haul of 26 points.
Ben Kaye and Harry Melbourne were second and third respectively.
At Kilton Forest Golf Club, in the St Patrick’s Day competition, Dave Harrison triumphed on a better back nine.
He finished with 38 points, level with Steve Clark who was relegated to second place on the strength of Harrison’s last nine holes.
Lee Harvey took third place, again on the better back nine, after amassing 36 points from his round.
John Ward was fourth, having also accrued 36 points.
Entries are being invited for the Lee Westwood Trophy, at Rotherham Golf Club, a World Amateur Golf Ranking event staged over three days in August.
Entry forms from rotherhamgolfclub.co.uk