WOODSOME Hall won the Lawrence Batley Seniors League play-off final.
In windy conditions at Crosland Heath, Woodsome toppled rivals Huddersfield 5-3.
The first game went to the last hole with the Woodsome pairing of Headey and McGill standing on the 18th tee one up.
However, Woodhead and Dyson fought back for Fixby with Dyson getting a solid par four and, receiving a stroke, he was able to halve the match.
The second and third games were more one sided.
The Fixby pairing of Lord and Hibbert had a comfortable 5&3 victory over McKie and Dey, but that result was cancelled out by Williams and Thomson, who beat Loddick and Needham by the same margin.
The fourth, crucial game between Brooke and Ashton of Huddersfield and the Woodsome pair of Bateson and Hirst looked to be over with the Woodsome men being three up with four to play.
But a fine eagle three by Brooke down the 15th cut the margin and turned up the pressure, but it was not enough.
Halved holes on 16 and 17 meant the vital two points went to Woodsome Hall.
In the semi-finals, Huddersfield beat Hebden Bridge while Woodsome had a close match with Silkstone.
Playing at West End, Huddersfield were resounding victors over Hebden Bridge with a maximum margin of 8-0.
At Hanging Heaton, Woodsome Hall won two games and Silkstone two to finish 4-4.
The tie was decided by comparing winning margins with Woodsome going through having won both their games by 2&1, Silkstone’s wins being by one hole.
The individual knockout final between D Lumb from Ryburn and M Holmes from West End went to the former, 8&7.
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