Garry Keen out in front of Regis Resources Championship race

IN ACTION: Blayney Golf Club's favourite old lefty John Davis knocking another shot down the middle on Saturday afternoon. Photo: SUPPLIED
IN ACTION: Blayney Golf Club's favourite old lefty John Davis knocking another shot down the middle on Saturday afternoon. Photo: SUPPLIED

Bill Davis won the Tony Gannon's Trophy on Saturday at the start of the Regis Resources Championships.

Davis won the 18-stroke event for the trophy with a nett 62, ahead of Garry Keen on 69 nett, with 47 people in total taking part.

The ball comp winners were G Schymko, Gav Cheney, Leon Roweth, Garry Keen, Mick Miskell, Nick Corbett, Gav Stammers, Rod Corbett, Adrian Prosper, Danny Stammers and Ethan Hobby.

Vets winners were Bill Davis, Pete Neal, G Schymko, Leon Roweth and Garry Keen.

Eagle on the par five 12th hole Garry Keen.

Sunday under much harder conditions, with lots of precipitation, for the second round Regis Resources Championships and playing for Wayne Fenwick's trophy and with another 39 players braving the wet weather Michael Dixon was the winner with 64 nett.

Mick Miskell was the A grade runner-up with 68 nett on countback, while Nick Corbett was B grade runner-up with 66 on countback.

READY TO GO: Pictured in their favourite footy colours are cellar dwellers Gerry Davis and Kieran Patrick last week. The Bulldog beat the Bronco, too.

READY TO GO: Pictured in their favourite footy colours are cellar dwellers Gerry Davis and Kieran Patrick last week. The Bulldog beat the Bronco, too.

Ball comp winners were Leon Roweth, Jason Davis, Graeme Summerson, Mick Bevan, Gav Cheney, Garry Keen and Bill Davis.

Vets winners were Leon Roweth, Graeme Summerson, Garry Keen and Bill Davis.

Garry Keen leads the A grade competition after two round, while Bill Davis and Gav Cheney lead B and C grade respectively.

The championship continues on Saturday for the third round and the Anthony McIntosh Trophy.

Sunday will be the final round and we will be playing for Rob Perkins Trophy.

To qualify for match play championships your best 2 rounds from our stroke play championships are used and the top eight players in each grade qualify.

No social golfers on the course Saturday and Sunday until after 2.30pm