JUNIOR golf has been in full flow at East Berkshire in recent weeks.

The Lawton family excelled with Patrick Lawton (14hcp) winning the Presidents Cup with a nett 67 on countback from Ben Cripps (18hcp) and his brother Joseph winning the Captains Cup playing off a nine handicap with a nett 66.

Ben Gisborne shot a one-over-par 70 to beat a field of 110 players to win the Camberley Cup.

Returning a nett 65 on the par 69 course, the five-handicapper claimed the silverware which has been played for at the club since 1992.

Runner-up one shot back with a nett 66 was Kiyan Ducker (5hcp) with Mark Simpson (16hcp) third with a nett 67.

The men’s midweek monthly stableford was won with 35 points on countback by Alastair Flack (10hcp) with the runner-up Ken Hopkins (11hcp).

Club president Andrew Cousins hosted the Ladies' President Day with Carol Leith (11hcp) returning 38 points to win by one point from Glyn Carroway (20hcp). Third place on countback went to Jane Quinn (16hcp) with 36 points.

There was also a nine-hole stableford competition with victory going to Carol Gibbons (30hcp) with 21 points, three more than Gill Mortimer (34hcp).

With the Open Championship being played, East Berks members participated in their own classic on the Saturday with teams of three drawn to play with a professional from the top 30 qualifiers.

The family team of Mark Lawton, Joseph Lawton and Patrick Lawton returned a nett 58 and, with Shane Lowry drawn as their professional returning a course record 63 at Royal Portrush, they ran out winners by four shots with a total of 121.