The Saturday competitions attracted 71 golfers in the Marsh Cup and 21 in the Compton Cup. Both competitions are bogey competitions, where the players are competing against the course. The sun was out but there was a slight cold breeze, although this would certainly not dampen the spirits of the golfers, who were all determined to get their name engraved on one of these very prestigious cups. The Marsh Cup is competed for by players with handicaps of 0 to 20 and the Compton Cup competed by golfers with handicaps 21 and above.
The winners of the Marsh Cup were as follows: 1st place with a score of plus 3 (on count back) was Mick Peaker who beat Tom Smith into 2nd place also on plus 3 and 3rd place went to Steve Burton with a score of plus 2.
The Overall winner of the Compton Cup was Luke Snow with a level score against the course. 2nd was Darren Mackie with minus 1 and 3rd was Phillip Gray with minus 2.
The twos sweep was shared by 5 players who bought shares in the sweep in order to increase their prize money and the winners were: Paul Gough, Dale Radford, Martin Hall, Sam Pollard and Paul Mullins.