EAST Berks GC's Laura Webb reached the quarter-final stage of the US Senior Woman's Amateur Championship at Cedar Rapids Country Club, Iowa.

The two-time winner of the British Senior Women’s Amateur Championship had reached the knockout stages (last 64) by finishing tied fifth on four-over-par following two rounds of 74.

But in the last eight she lost to Australian Sue Rooster, one down on the 18th hole.

Webb defends her British Senior Women’s Amateur title at the Royal St. David’s course in Wales on September 18-20.

East Berks president Andrew Cousins hosted the President Prize with 80 players taking part in a shot-gun start.

The winner was Dave Turner (11hcp) with 38 points, one ahead of Ian Taylor (10hcp), while Mike Robson (9hcp) finished third on countback from Carl Johnson (6hcp), both returning 36 points.

East Berks' Annual Ladies' Open saw 29 teams of three playing a stableford competition with the best two scores from three to count.

The winners with 82 points were Margaret Roberts, Jackie Tenniswood and Sue Phillips from North Hants GC and West Hill GC with Royal Ascot's Julie Sheppard, Charlotte Monk and Paula Morris the runners-up on countback with 79 from Sally Gomm, Pam Howfield and Susan Jackson from Burley GC and Flackwell Heath GC.

East Berks Ladies were involved in the Centenary Cup with Heather Amor (14hcp) returning 38 points to win by one point from Jane Quinn (16hcp) with Moya Amor third on countback.

The annual Freddie Gray Mixed Foursomes Cup competition was won by Carol and Michael Leith with a nett 68.5.

Gabi Heuchel and Richard Hunt were second with a nett 69, while Elizabeth and Bill Martyn finished third with a nett 71.

The Crowthorne-based club's Wednesday August Midweek Stableford was won by Paul Carson-Long (7hcp) with 41 points, three more than his nearest rival, Pat Roche (17hcp).