PRESSURES of office don't seem to phase Paul Arnold.

The Gerrard's Cross chairman continued his dominance of the Misbourne Cup last weekend, winning it for the second time in three years.

He won the 36-hole stableford honours board competition with 73 points, just one ahead of second-placed Phillip Sissons and two clear of Roger Stewart in third.

Meanwhile, Justin McNamara made the early running in the Saturday round with 38 points, closely followed by Geoff Beal (36).

In the round 24 hours later, Robin Mellor romped to victory with 39 points, three ahead of Mark Mugglestone.