Saints battle through to last eight of the Salver
ST ENODOC and St Austell recorded handsome 5-0 victories over Lostwithiel and Praa Sands respectively on Saturday to book their places in the quarter-finals of the Frank Wills Salver.
Elsewhere, Trethorne defeated Cape Cornwall 3-2 at Merlin, also on Saturday, and will face Falmouth in the last eight after the south coast side came from behind to defeat Whitsand Bay by the same scoreline at Carlyon Bay on Sunday.
Also on Sunday, Treloy defeated Killiow 4-1 at West Cornwall and Looe pipped St Mellion 3-2 at Whitsand Bay.
Truro defeated last year's beaten finalists Trevose 3½-1½ at Newquay, while Tehidy Park overcame Carlyon Bay 3-2 at Perranporth. The quarter-finals are scheduled to be played over the weekend of January 12/13.
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Second round results. Trethorne 3, Cape Cornwall 2; Lostwithiel 0, St Enodoc 5; Praa Sands 0, St Austell 5; Falmouth 3, Whitsand Bay 2; Trevose 1½, Truro 3½; Carlyon Bay 2, Tehidy Park 3; Treloy 4, Killiow 1; St Mellion 2, Looe 3.
Quarter-final draw (matches to be played on January 12/13 at venues to be announced): Falmouth v Trethorne; Truro v St Enodoc; St Austell v Tehidy Park; Treloy v Looe.
Carlyon Bay Juniors rounded off a great season by adding another trophy to their collection when they won the Junior Maxam Cup at wet and windy Perranporth.
The format for the competition, which involved 13 clubs each with teams of six players, was medal foursomes with the best two pairs' scores to count.
Carlyon Bay's Eugenie Knight and Louis Gough shot a best of the day gross 81 to pick up the individual prize and together with their clubmates, the all-girl pairing of Emily Toy and Abi Maude (88), helped their team to an aggregate score of 169.
This left them two shots clear of runners-up Truro (171) for whom Ryan House and James Trewren recorded an 83. In third place were St Austell on 181.
In the handicap event the winners were West Cornwall (188-33=155) and the runners-up St Enodoc (189-29=160).
The pair with the best net score of the day were West Cornwall's Harry Hall playing with his cousin Sophie Gratton (87-12=75). Next best pair in this category were Falmouth's Callum Davis and Ben Browning (99-22=77).
Holders Trethorne take the next step in the defence of their CAW Cornwall Bowl crown when they face Perranporth in a second round match at The Point at Polzeath on Saturday.
Two other matches will be played on Saturday, with five more scheduled for Sunday as the 16 teams remaining in this year's competition vie for a place in the quarter-finals.
Second round matches. Saturday, November 10: Mullion v Carlyon Bay, at Tehidy Park (10am); Perranporth v Trethorne, at The Point at Polzeath (9.14am); St Enodoc v Newquay, at Merlin (9am). Sunday, November 11 – Bude & N Cornwall v Tehidy Park, at Perranporth (9.45am); St Austell v Looe, at Lanhydrock (11am); Porthpean v Truro, at St Austell (10.30am); Lanhydrock v Budock Vean, at Truro (9am); Trevose v Whitsand Bay, at Carlyon Bay (8.58am).
The venues for the quarter-finals of the Cornwall Team Championship (CTC) and the inaugural President's Cup to be played on Sunday, November 18, have been announced by CGU secretary Chris Pountney.
CTC quarter-final draw (all matches start at 8am): Trevose v St Enodoc, at Newquay; Bude & N Cornwall v Tehidy Park, at Trevose; West Cornwall v Newquay, at Perranporth; St Mellion v Perranporth, at St Enodoc.
President's Cup quarter-final draw: Merlin v China Fleet, at Trethorne (10.27am); Looe v Falmouth, at St Austell (10.30am); Launceston v Lanhydrock, at Looe (9.32am); Bowood Park v Loastwithiel, at Carlyon Bay (10.50am).
Truro's Spike Drew, playing with Trevose assistant pro Grant Slater, won the amateur award at the latest meeting of the Cornwall County Professional Golfers' Alliance at St Austell last week.
Drew carded 39 Stableford points to win by one from Launceston's Dick Knight, playing with Killiow pro Richard Sadler, who took the individual professional's prize with 33 points from Richard O'Hanlon (The Point at Polzeath) on 32.
St Enodoc pro Katie Rule was once again among the prizes.
Playing with her father John, she posted 31 points in the difficult windy conditions punctuated by heavy hail showers.
Results. Amateurs – 1, Spike Drew (Truro), playing with Trevose pro Grant Slater, 39 pts; 2, Dick Knight (Launceston), playing with Killiow pro Richard Sadler, 38; Max Billingsley & Ryan Bowers (The Point at Polzeath) 37; 4, Mark Swift & Phil Martyn-Uglow (Launceston) 37; 5, John Rule, playing with St Enodoc pro Katie Rule, 36. Team professionals – 1, Grant Slater (Trevose) 39 pts; 2, Richard Sadler (Killiow) 38. Individual professionals – 1, Richard Sadler 33 pts; 2, Richard O'Hanlon 32; 3, Katie Rule 31.
Forty-eight of the county's top single figure handicappers will be competing in the third round of the Cornwall Winter Golf Series at Perranporth on Sunday.
The first round at West Cornwall in September was washed out by heavy rain before West Cornwall teenager Matt Richards took the honours in the second event at Bowood Park last month.
Truro's Rhys Enoch, touring pro for the Celtic Manor Resort, was due to set out on the second stage of the European Tour Qualifying School in Spain yesterday in his bid to win his full Tour card.
He will play four rounds at Las Colinas, near Alicante, this week and if he finishes in the top quarter of the field, will go through to the final stage of qualifying over six rounds at the PGA Catalunya Resort, near Girona in Spain, from November 24-29.
The Cornwall Golf Partnership has been nominated for a Cornwall Sports Award for its Sportivate Golf project that was delivered in February and March this year.
The project involved golf coaching at three secondary schools at Hayle Golf and a Disability Golf project at Launceston College.
In total more than 40 students took part in six weeks of coaching that involved every aspect of the game.