KEITH Holloway completed the set of Oxfordshire’s four main men’s titles by becoming the new singles champion at finals day.

Played on his home green at Banbury Borough, he was up against Headington’s Nick Rae-Welsh in a high-quality final.

After trailing 15-11, Holloway scored ten unanswered shots in the last six ends to take the trophy.

The men’s pairs final was an all-West Witney affair, with Andy McIntyre and David Leighfield eventually coming out 21-10 victors against Nigel Siford and Paul Skidmore.

They went on to taste more success in the triples, alongside Kevin Alder.

They overcame Headington’s Sam Watts, Ray Gaskins and Rae-Welsh.

A strong finish from Adderbury’s Darren Sharpe saw him become the newest two-wood singles champion, beating Jim Bland from Shiplake.

The fours final produced another classic, but Headington’s Sam Watts, Ian Henwood, Jason King and Mark Charlett had just enough to win 20-16 against Borough’s Holloway, Alan Prew, Mark Sykes and AJ Docherty.

Meanwhile, the ladies’ county finals were held at Oxford City & County.

And the home club had something to cheer with the first match, the triples.

Their trio of Sue Mayo, Jacky Gray and Jeanette Berry claimed a 23-16 victory over Banbury Central’s Carole Galletly, Helen Young and Caroline Campion.

The roles were reversed in the fours, where Banbury Central had a convincing 23-10 success against City & County.

Galletly, Young and Campion were joined by Pam Shepherd in the victory over Karen Galloway, Carol Gaskins, Donna Knight and Katherine Hawes.

And Central also won the pairs, which featured some high-class bowls.

Campion and Galletly got the upper hand over Hawes and Knight to finish 20-11 ahead.

Campion and clubmate Galletly met in the four-wood singles.

In a tight final, Campion emerged on top, 21-20.

Galletly was also a runner-up in the two-wood singles, losing 17-6 to Hawes.

Carterton’s Margie Ferguson and Wendy Sandy edged out Joy Williams and Veta Bennett to triumph in the unbadged pairs 14-13.

Watlington’s Katie Glenn is the new under 25 singles champion, winning 21-10 against Jazz Alder, of West Witney.