Golf: Foursomes title for Harborough
Market Harborough won the County inter-club senior foursomes knock-out title when they beat Hinckley two-up in the final at Ullesthorpe Court.
After a tight contest, Harborough twins Dennis and Vince Ward won with their second putt on the final green.
It is the first time this tournament has been run by the County Union since it 'absorbed' the County seniors society at the end of last year.
In the semi-finals, Market Harborough beat The Leicestershire, and Hinckley won against Kirby Muxloe.
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Tony Jeffries won Kibworth's Genner Bowl Stableford tournament with a haul of 40 points.
County first-team golfer Martin Anderson shot two-under-par 69 to take the scratch award.
Mark Henderson led Division One on 39 points, and Keith O'Neill took Division Two on 38. The Division Three winner was David Carter on 39, and Rod Mitchell won Division Four on 38. Harry Duval was the junior winner with 40.
Tony Edmondson and Andy Potts won Lutterworth's president's day pairs Texas scramble on 63.4 net.
They finished ahead of runners-up Sam Skerratt and Zack Bevins on local rule.
Lesley Watson and Steve Hardy won the mixed prize on 68 net, with Gill Bassett and Bernie Dolan taking the women's award on 69.6.
An any-combination-teams open Texas scramble was won by host club members Chris and Val Wormleighton and Sam and Pam Etchingham on 58.5 net.
The mixed team prize went to Tony and Irene Harper and Andy Potts and Deanna Packham (all Lutterworth) with 62.5 net.
Market Harborough junior captain Jon Mundy shot 74-12-62 to win the club's Grangers tournament from two locked on 65 net – runner-up Jamie Loveridge and Paul O'Brien, third.
Free golf coaching is available on Saturday from 11am to 3pm at Nelson Mandela Park by the County Golf Partnership to anyone who attends the Tigers in the Park event.