SALISBURY & District badminton players Simon Woodhouse, Jason Plant and Nicky Robertson were among the winners at the 49th Restricted Championships, held at the Christie Miller Sports Centre, Melksham.
Ironically, the event attracted 49 players, approximately the same as last year.
The men's Singles boasted 22 players and with the holder, Ben Caldwell still coaching abroad, the final was contested between Woodhouse and the young pretender, Jon McDonald.
Both reached the final without losing a set beating Steve Hulbert and Jack Gruar, respectively in the semi-finals.
Salisbury's Woodhouse won the final after two closely fought sets.
Lisa Turner beat Yasmin Hallardin the final to win the ladies singles title for the eighth consecutive year.
The Ladies doubles produced new winners with Turner teaming up with last year's winner Julie Russell to beat Sarah Boyce and Alice Walters in a two-set final.
The men's doubles attracted 13 pairs and was played in four groups.
Group winners were Gary Davies and Simon Woodhouse, Kyle and Michael Nethercott, Jon McDonald and Jason Plant, and Justin Andrews and Steve Hulbert.
The final was won by holders Davies and Woodhouse, who defeated McDonald and Plant in two sets.
A total of 17 pairs took part in the mixed doubles, which was eventually won by Justin Andrews and Julie Russell, who defeated holders Gary and Emma Davies in three close sets in the final.
Simon Woodhouse beat Jon McDonald 21-15, 21-18.
Lisa Turner beat Yasmin Hallard 21-11, 21-11.
Gary Davies & Simon Woodhouse beat Jon McDonald & Jason Plant 21-17, 21-7.
Julie Russell & Lisa Turner beat Sarah Boyce & Alice Walters 21-13, 21-14.
Justin Andrews & Julie Russell beat Gary Davies & Emma Davies 18-21, 21-14, 21-17.
Mens Singles: Gary Bates. Mixed Doubles: Jason Plant & Nicky Robertson.