Due to our captain's very busy schedule, it has fallen to me to report on the last few week's events involving the Rabbits.

April saw the coach leave Tenby and travel to the Forest of Dean Golf Club, Coleford, for their annual trip organised by captain Mackie Harts.

As was his luck, he picked the hottest weekend of the year much to the annoyance of the previous captain.

With temperatures rising, it boded well for high scoring rounds on the first day for the coveted Silver Rabbit.

Mackie was defending this trophy and a few had their eyes on it as never having won it before. Eventually, three people came in with the same scores, Tim Davies, Bill Davies and yes our Mackie. But what a relief to all that Bill won it on countback and spared us the triple Silver Rabbit winner stories.

Saturday it was the Oman Cup to play for and yet again glorious weather greeted some sore heads. Indeed, Chris Smith claimed a degree of sun stroke from Friday, which was his excuse for only scoring one point on the front nine on Saturday.

However, this feat had been surpassed on Friday with Steve Watkins doing a 'Eurovision' and scoring 'nil points'. The wheels came off his trolley on the third hole, 'forcing' him to retire to the bar.

The scoring was moderately high throughout the day with Rees Davies following his dad from the previous day by winning with a very creditable 40 points and r-up was Mick Gillet (they couldn't afford to put 'unner' on the trophy).

Saturday also saw the running of the Grand National, and with each person putting £5 into the sweep, it was Mike Munro who came out of the hat first, but trying to convince him he'd won was another matter.

Sunday saw the Silver Salver pairs competition and once again good weather was with us.

At the half-way house it was evident that some high scores were being posted, but with a few missed putts and wayward drives, it played right into the hands of, you guessed it... Bill Davies and his partner Mackie Harts who not only won the Salver, but won the Peter Watkins Trophy for the best overall points of the weekend.

Our congratulations go to Mackie on what was a great weekend and venue.

Just to add the other results Steve Watkins won the coveted Crooked Putter for worst overall points score, Tim (do you know my mobile number) Davies won the nearest the pin competition as he was the only player to hit and leave his ball on the green and Steve 'Big Hitter 'Cole won the longest drive competition.

The week after our trip it was into Summer League with Tenby travelling to Priskilly Forest, but the golf played on the trip did not match up to that at Priskilly and we lost by six games to one.

Into May and with two away wins against Newport and Cardigan, we hosted our first home game against Milford Haven and with the wind a major factor for both teams, Tenby came out winners four-and-a-half to one-and-a-half.

This puts us top of Pool B and with our next game away to Cwmrhydneuadd, we need to keep the momentum going to take our rightful place back in Pool A.