ROY Burnett bagged three titles at Wellworthy's club finals weekend.

The club stalwart landed the men's singles crown, the open triples title and the two-wood singles accolade on the Sunday, while also reaching two finals on the Saturday.

Burnett faced Joe Wahnon in the men's singles and started the stronger and after six ends held a 9-0 lead.

Wahnon fought back to level it at 11-11 after 13 ends and looked like winning it, when he went 19-13 up after 18.

Then Wahnon seemed to falter and Burnett took full advantage, with the final score after 23 ends being 22-20.

There was an intriguing open triples final contested between outsiders Ian Simmons, Dave Clark and Ian Marshall and Dave Hanger, Jean and Roy Burnett.

Simmons, Clark and Marshall had won through unexpectedly, albeit quite comfortably, in their semi-final match two weeks earlier.

So it was no surprise when they found themselves 13-0 down after eight ends.

But then they stormed back holding their opponents on the dreaded 13 until they broke the jinx to make it 14-11.

However, Simmons, Clark and Marshall still weren’t finished. They went on to lead 15-14 with two ends to go.

Hanger and the Burnetts won the 17th end by one to level it at 15-15 before taking the final end by four to win 19-15 on the day.

Burnett completed his hat-trick when winning the two-wood singles over Steve Living.

Living got off to an early lead going 8-4 up after nine ends but Burnett then kicked into life storming back to lead 15-8 after 17.

With the score at 16-10 two ends later, Burnett was declared the winner.

In the men's pairs final, played on Saturday morning, what most thought would be a closely contested game between four of Wellworthy’s best players ended up as a runaway win for Ryan Stone and Graham Parker.

They could do no wrong against opponents Dave Hanger and Burnett, who won the second end to go 3-1 up but after the eighth end were 19-3 down.

Hanger and Burnett eventually conceded after 16 ends, so Stone & Parker won 27-10.

On Saturday afternoon, Ryan Stone and Roy Burnett were in action again, this time in the mixed pairs final with their respective partners Sheena Willis and Jean Burnett.

The match was quite close until the last few ends, when Willis and Stone pulled away to overcome Jean and Roy Burnett 28-17.

In the set singles final, also played on Saturday afternoon, Alan Jones staged a comeback from losing the first 10 end set to Dave Hanger 10-2.

He then just edged a tight second set 8-7, before showing what perseverance can achieve, by winning the best of three ends decider 2-0.

Starting off the weekend was the veteran singles Final between Alan Jones and Phil Andrew.

Despite going 16-9 down after 16 ends, Jones rallied to 18-19 on the 23rd end but Andrew scored the two points he needed on the next end to win 21-18.

Finally, in the Australian pairs final, Maurice Haylock and Baden Whitehouse overcame the challenge from Graham Parker and Nigel Apsey to win 20-13.