DUDSBURY'S Lee Thompson collected his biggest cheque of the season after finishing second in the M J Baker Golf Day at Woodbury Park.

The event, which offered £10,000 in prize money, is the most lucrative one-day West pro-am.

Thompson was the long-time leader after a round containing eight birdies.

However, a double bogey at the fourth and another dropped shot at the par three 15th cost him the lead so he had to settle for £1,200.

This allowed Welshman Sion Bebb from Morlais Castle to continue his fantastic run.

He took the £1,500 first prize following victory in the Welsh Professional Championship at Celtic Manor and success in his previous event at The Point at Polzeath.

Kevin Harper from East Devon and Ivybridge's Paul Hendriksen shared third on 69.

Harper did not drop a shot and birdied the first, sixth, 14th and 16th.

Hendriksen eagled the 16th and made birdies at the first, sixth and 10th. His only error came at the short 15th.

Giuseppe Licata (Chipping Sodbury) also eagled the 16th to share fifth on 70 with former Woodbury assistant Tom Jessamine (Exeter), James Ruth (China Fleet) and Jon Bevan (Sherborne) who carded 16 birdies between them.

Richard O'Hanlon (St Kew) led the winning team of Simon Carr, Lee Tyrrell and Alan Clitheroe on 90 points.

Jon Bevan with Kevin Phillips, Kevin Howells and Tim Williams were two behind, while home teaching pro Gary Milne piloted Noel Pond, Clive Partoll and John Veale into third on 86.

Leading scores: 67 Sion Bebb (Morlais Castle) £1,500, 68 Lee Thompson (Dudsbury) £1,200.00, 69 Paul Hendriksen (Ivybridge), Kevin Harper (East Devon) £900 each, 70 Tom Jessamine (Exeter), James Ruth (China Fleet), Jon Bevan (Sherborne), Giuseppe Licata (Chipping Sodbury) £475 each, 71 Gary Milne (Woodbury Park), Mark Searle (High Post), Alex Higgs (Stinchcombe Hill), Craig Melding (Neath), Richard O'Hanlon (St Kew), Nicolas Brennan (Tony Valentine Golf Centre), £266 each, 72 Ashley Mansell (Clevedon) £200, 73 Graham Howell (Ferndown Forest), Andrew Windsor (Knighton Heath).