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Twenty eight ladies played a greensomes competition last week in sunny, but rather windy conditions. Two teams scored 40 points, but Audrey Joshua and Maria Naden were awarded first place on count back, ahead of Yvonne Davies and Sheila Attrill. And two teams had 38 points, with Sheran Harding and Angela Vaughan placing third just ahead of Judy Taylor and Tracey Taylor.
Malcolm Boucher hosted his Seniors Captainís Day last week. Malcolm and his wife Sandra provided a feast at the Zulu Hut consisting of chocolate-dipped strawberries and cocktails. Newcomer Phil Townsend was winner, with 39 stableford points. Sid Belton and Roy Brewerton both scored 38 points, with Sid awarded second place on count back.
There was a fun event on the 18th called the Happy Gilmore for the longest drive hit while running up to the ball. After some crazy shots, Chris Sims nailed it to take the prize.
The Juniors played for the Sainsbury Cup v Clacton. Clacton won it 6/1, and despite the torrential rain, all the participants enjoyed the day. Photo of all players attached.
There was a Friday stableford last week, and Liam Wilson continued his winning ways with 38 points to take first place. Brian Little came in second with a very close 37 points. And Sidney Belton was third with 36.
Very few men played in the Havers Course medal on Sunday, but Freddie Brett won it with a good nett score of 71.