The tournament was for players graded under 180, and Rob's new grade for this season is (only) 171. He scored 4½ points out of five to share first place with Paul Isherwood (167), winning £275 for his efforts!
Here's a position from his final (round 5) game against Peter Halmkin (155). It's Rob (White) to play:
38. Kf3 e5?
39. Bxe5 Nxe5+??
40. Rxe5 and Black resigned.
Mate in 1 is threatened and that pawn on d6 is a killer! 40... Rxc3+ doesn't help as after 41. Kxf4 Kc8 42. Re8+ Kb7, the passed pawn cannot be stopped.