DAINTON ladies played their 36-hole club championship (medal) on one of the hottest days of the year.Dainton is a tough track for 18 holes of medal play, let alone 36 in one day. Despite that, there was a good turn out – 17 taking part, about 30 per cent of the ladies' section.The morning round – played in beautiful sunshine with a pleasant, but welcome cool breeze – saw Julie Winsor in the lead with a fine net 69 (and the best gross score of 82), with Sue Carnell second place with a net 73 (edging out Diane Adams and Caron Ward, who also scored net 73s).The afternoon round – in blazing heat – saw Sue Elson coming in with the best net score of 73, with Sue Whitehead second with a net 74.The best gross score of the afternoon belonged to Jo Fisher with 88. The conditions were not easy for the players – the ground had hardened considerably and the ball was taking some wicked bounces and ending up in some awful spots.Overall result – medal (gross): 1 Julie Winsor 172, 2 Jo Fisher 174, 3 Diane Adams 177, 4 Sue Carnell 185, 5 Chris Cornish 186, 6 Lesley Dickinson 187.Medal (net) 1 Julie Winsor 146, 2 Sue Whitehead 148, 3 Caron Ward 149, 4 Jo Fisher 150, 5 Chris Cornish and Sue Elson 152.Chris Cornish carded the only two of the day, on the 15th.The players then enjoyed a glass of Pimms on the terrace after their round to celebrate the achievement.