JACK Dyer was the toast of Rochford Hundred Golf Club after winning the Keating Trophy.

Dyer defeated Wanstead GC's George Leversuch 2&1 in the prestigious county competition.

The Rochford golfer was presented the coveted trophy by Essex Golf Union president Mike Hart.

A field of 77 golfers played over five rounds this year in the annual competition.

There was further county success for Rochford Hundred ladies.

Amanda Colgate, representing Rochford, won her county Gold Division match against The Essex GC 3&2 on her home course.

And there was a home win for Carol Johnson in the Bronze Division, beating Ilford GC 6&4.

Domestic competition saw Peter Wigg brush aside 49 rivals to win the summer stableford Scott Spencer competition at Rochford Hundred.

He scored 40 stableford points to beat Michael Tomlinson by two points. Both players received handicap cuts.

The scratch standard score was increased by three for the ladies' centenary salver due to tough course playing conditions.

The match ended in a tie on nett 76 with Maria Williams victorious over Lorraine Norris on countback.

Rochford Ladies lost to Burnham 3&4 but it was a very tight match and all our ladies played exceptionally well.

And there was another great win for Amanda Colgate-Herbert won the Davis Cup Final.

She also prevailed in the ladies' Windfall Trophy, scoring 35 points. Maria Williams was second with 33.