THE Champion of Champions event saw the winner of the Men's Championship take on the victor in the Ladies Championship at Amersham Bowls Club.

Ann Parker came back from behind to beat David Balderson 21-20 in an exciting final with many competitive ends.

In addition, the club has had a positive series of results towards the end of the season which should provide considerable encouragement for the next campaign.

Amersham travelled to Kitcheners for a mixed match over four triples and won 62-50 (two rinks each). Their top rink was Peter Attwell, Pam Hunt and Ray Cox.

The ladies played Hemel Hempstead at home and won 37-32 overall (one rink each) The top rink included Wendy Tindale, Jean Anderson and Ann Parker.

The Finals Weekend at Amersham was well supported and the club was honoured to have the Town Council Deputy Mayor, Cllr Julie Cook, to present the trophies.

The team of Chris Russell, Ged Putt and Ian Lee won the men's triples whilst Delia Panter, Jane Slay and Elizabeth Gillott won the ladies' equivalent.

Hunt and Parker are the ladies' pairs winners with Ray Cockerill and Ian Lee taking the honours for the men.

The mixed pairs was won by Anderson and Steve Littlewood whilst Slay landed the ladies' novices crown and Attwell for the men.

Gillott landed the ladies handicap division and David Balderson the men's title.

Parker is the ladies championship winner and Balderson took home the prize for the men's championship.

The club is also extremely proud of its ladies team that gained a rare victory against Gerrards Cross in a match over three triples.

Amersham won on two rinks and the Cross one for an overall score of 50-44. The top rink for the winners included Slay, Tindale and Parker.