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Get Sport updates directly to your inboxSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!THE Autumn Meeting held at Stirling last Saturday decided the winners of the KG Patrick Medal and Infirmary Cups as well as the winners of the Handicap Medal and Scratch Prizes.Ian Morrison produced his round of the season in winning the Autumn Handicap Medal with a net 63, which reduced his playing handicap from 16 to 13.The Scratch Prize was shared by Kevan McArthur and Ben Genese who both returned 70’s, whilst John Forsyth from Class 1 won the Infirmary Cup when his net 66 was added to his net 70 from the Spring Meeting to give a winning aggregate score of 136. The KG Patick Medal went to Kevin Brunton with his one under par gross aggregate score of 143.Autumn Meeting results CSS 71: Handicap medal winner: Ian Morrison 63; Scratch Prize: Ben Genese and Kevan McArthur 70; Class one: 1 66 John Forsyth (5), 2 equal 68 Fraser Cooper (5), Paul B Cooper (8); Class two:1 65 Gordon Robertson (11), 2 equal 66 Grant McBeath (10), Gerry Meldrum (10); Class three: 1 63 A Ian Morrison (16), 2 equal Tom D Hamilton (14), Denis Lyons (15), Alan Hall (14).It all started very well with Stirling’s pairings of Ian Malcolm and Duncan McCallum, and Ian Muir and Alasdair MacLennan both winning in matches one and two to give Stirling an early lead.However in match three, Tom Rose and Gordon Sinclair narrowly lost to make it 2 1. A halved match by Ian Cockshoot and Archie Young in match four made it 2 to 1 but once Falkirk had won more than one match the title was theirs.Falkirk also won the overall tie when in the last two matches Stirling pairs John Leitch and Mike McCallum and Robin Limmack and Ray Crockett were both defeated.Twilight Leaders with one round to go are: Ann Wallace 81, Lorna Donaldson 79,Phyllis Morrison 74.BRIDGE OF ALLANIN late summer conditions Bridge of Allan held the annual Kerr Trophy last Saturday that was once again kindly sponsored by the Kerr family in aid of Strathcarron Hospice.Scoring was exceptional on the day with the early starters fairing better and returning the lower scores.In the Stableford format David Shaw was in the first group out and came in with a wonderful score of 44 points that proved to be unbeatable all day.