AMANDA Moyes secured a double victory after the ladies' autumn meeting.
With Wednesday's scores added to those from the spring meeting, Moyes came away with the Bronze Scratch Cup and the Pertwee Cup.
Gross scores of 97 and 101 gave her an aggregate of 198 in the Bronze Scratch Cup, with Ivy Radford the runner up on 201 after rounds of 102 and 99.
Moyes lifted the Pertwee Cup, for the lowest aggregate nett score in all divisions, with 151 after scores of 73 and 78. The 23-handicapper finished two ahead of Marian Stevens, who posted rounds of 82 and 71.
Stevens tasted victory in the Kyle Trophy. Her 153 total put her three ahead of Sue Norris, who scored 83 and 73.
Norris was also second in the Scratch Challenge Bowl for the best aggregate gross score. Stacey Ford won it on 174, thanks to rounds of 89 and 85, while Norris got 185 after scores of 97 and 88.
Last week's event doubled up as the September medal, in which only three players bettered par – Stevens (71), Sally Fetherston (72) and Norris (73).
September medal results, silver division: 1 Marian Stevens 71, 2 Sue Norris 73, 3 Stacey Ford 77. Bronze division 1: 1 Amanda Moyes 78, 2 Oki Northwood 78, 3 Ivy Radford 78. Bronze division 2: 1 Sally Fetherston 72, 2 Julia Cole 81, 3 Sarah Lockwood 83.
Terry White carded 41 points to win the men's September midweek stableford.
Results, division 1: 1 Terry White 41, 2 Ollie Taylor 40, 3 Kelvin Woodgate 39, 4 Lee Davey 38, 5 Simon Legassick 37, 6 Shaun White 37. Division 2: 1 Les Neville 39, 2 Mark Reeves 39, 3 Tony Harrowell 37, 4 Chris Garnsworthy 35, 5 Stuart Spence 35, 6 David Randell 34
Sam Heard posted 44 stableford points to lift the juniors' Texaco Salver and top division two.
Tom Waldron led the way in division one with 42 – and was also nearest the pin on the ninth.
Josh Tidborough won the 11-hole competition with 29 in front of Bradley Jack (29) and Seamus O'Kelly (28), who was nearest the pin on the fourth.
Karen Allsopp won the Joyce Wethered Trophy knock-out event for ladies, after beating youngster Grace Jackson 3&2 in the final.
Marcus Scott carded 40 points to win the veterans' September Stableford, pipping David Jack on countback.
Results: 1 Marcus Scott 40, 2 David Jack 40, 3 Kelvin Short 36, 4 Paul Sellers 35, 5 John Woods 34, 6 Ian Wilson 34
Ken Nicholas and Ian Wilson won the home team prize at the veterans' pairs open competition with 42 points. John Lyon was nearest the pin on the ninth.
Matt Arnold won Saturday's September medal with a nett 65 in division two, edging out Chris Bruce and Lance Jordan.
Lewis Ponsford took division one with 66, holding off Mike Nott (69) and Simon Cartlidge (70). Nott had the consolation of winning the Jordan Cup for the best Dartmoor League player.
In division three, Ron Drew (66) edged out Neil Allport.
The seniors' Grandad's Cup saw Phil Ollis fire 40 points to win division one, beating Bob Skuse (39), while in division two Roger Wellaway was the winner with 39.
The final midweek stableford saw Malcolm Haste fire 41 points to beat David Slee by three.
However, the big winners on the day were Scott Singleton and Kevin Cole, who were the leading two players of the top eight from the order of merit, with both winning free entry into next year's pro-am. Matt Arnold was the winner of the order of merit.
Sharon Leach was the runaway winner of the ladies' stableford on Thursday with 38 points, winning the silver division.
In bronze division one, Betty Willey and Sue Bonner were the top two, with Penny Long and Norma Barry the victors in bronze division two.
Results, September medal, division 1: 1 L Ponsford 66, 2 M Nott 69, 3 S Cartlidge 70. Division 2: 1 M Arnold 65, 2 C Bruce 67, 3 L Jordan 68. Division 3: 1 R Drew 66, 2 N Allport 69, 3 M Ainscough 71
Seniors' Grandads Cup, division 1: 1 P Ollis 40, 2 B Skuse 39, 3 T Berry 37. Division 2: 1 R Wellaway 39, 2 B Johnston 38, 3 R Phillips 35
Midweek stableford: 1 M Haste 41, 2 D Slee 38, 3 S Singleton 38
Ladies' medal, silver division: 1 S Leach 38, 2 S Moffat, 3 A Battershall. Bronze division 1: 1 B Willey, 2 S Bonner. Bronze division 2: 1 P Long, 2 N Barry
Cary Rawlings and Hamish Marshall won the summer fourball better ball by beating Rod Hutchings and Dean Silversides.
The match was decided when Marshall rolled in a birdie putt on the par five 14th.
Mike Partridge won the Pengelly Cup with a two under par score of 70. It followed on from his win in the midweek season of stableford events.
Results, Pengelly Cup: 1 M Partridge 70, 2 P Knight 71, 3 P Waters 72, 4 C Rawlings 72, 5 P Jones 72, 6 T Evans 73, 7 S Held 73
Padbrook members have raised more than £3,000 for charity this year. The senior open raised £1,000 for Force and the biggest single donation was of £1,400 for Cancer Research.
Results, pro shop stableford: 1 T Martin 39pts, 2 S Vicary 35, 3 J Locke 35, 4 A Langabeer 35, 5 C Edwards 34, 6 J Broomhead 34