CLUB treasurer John Terry cashed in with silverware at Settle at the weekend.

Terry made the most of a recent one shot increase in his handicap in the David Percy Memorial, and this, together with his excellent short game enabled him to hold off a strong challenge from Peter Morton and Andrew Mills.

Terry's (91-21=70) saw him secure a one-shot victory.

The lowest gross score of the day once again went to the in-form Dennis Holt with an outstanding (86- 2=74).

Earlier in the week the Seniors' Open made a welcome return to the Settle calendar after being absent for a number of years.

The hard work put in by numerous members of the club, but in particular Seniors' captain Peter Morton, was rewarded by the excellent turnout on the day.

There were some some outstanding returns, with the competition being won by the Towneley club pairing of Steve Horrocks and Bob Forster, with a highly impressive 44 stableford points.

Forster was playing well above his handicap. This resulted in them holding off the challenge of the much fancied home pair of Frankie Eccleston and Les Brown who finished with 42 points.

All places were indebted to the those members of the Ladies' section who provided the refreshments throughout the day. Overall it proved to be a most enjoyable day's golf.