JACKIE Ward has been crowned the queen of the Kirton Holme greens, being named the club’s ladies’ champion.
Twenty-two ladies took part in the Sunday Medal Competition (18 holes), and 15 went on to complete 27 holes for the title of ladies’ champion for 2011.
Ward, who won the title with a gross score of 87 + 42, making a total of 129.
In second place was Catherine Ellis with 91 + 42, total 133.
Marlene Morris was third with 88 + 46 (134).
In the medal competition, Jane Grayling came first with a gross 91 (nett 69), second was Marlene Morris, 88 (nett 70) .
In third place was Pat Marshall with a score of 107 (nett 71).
The Tuesday medal was won by Helen Aireym with a gross 94 (nett 69), second was Marlene Morris 92 (nett 74) and in third place was Mary Piper with 99 (nett 75).
The monthly stableford competition saw Gloria Bursnell come first with 37 points.
In second (on countback) was Pam Toy with 35 points and in third was Chris Gill, also with 35 points.
The Summer Wanderers visited The Elms’ par three course for a fun day and lunch.
There were some good scores, but the winner, on countback, was Pat Marshall with 38 points.
In second was Kathleen Holt, also on 38 points.
In third place was Jean Belton with 37 points.
In the league matches so far this season there have been three losses and one win.
Away at Sutton Bridge the Kirton Holme ladies lost 3&1, before going down at home against Belton Woods, two-and-a-half to one-and-a-half.
At home to Sutton Bridge they won 3&1, and away at Belton Wood lost by the same score.
More than 40 ladies turned up to take part in Lady Captain’s Day.
Vee King had organised some surprises around the course - including driving off on one hole blindfolded.
The front nine were played in a stableford format and the back nine were a medal format.
The winner of the stableford was Merna Atkins with 22 points.
The medal format was won by Jean Williamson with 32 points.
The overall winner of the Lady Captain’s Plate was Sarah Cantwell, with Jane Grayling taking second place.
Nearest the pin on the 12th was Penny Wainwright, nearest the line on the 16th was Ingrid King and the best pairs were Elaine McCartney and Janet Smith, with Mavis Ablard taking the prize for the secret hole.
The money raised through the raffle on the Captain’s Day will be added to the joint Captains’ Charity total, which has already passed £3,000.