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Article Published: Monday 17th July 2017 14:29:31 pm

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Frinton GC ladies played 36 holes over 2 days last week, competing for the Centenary Salvers. Junior Captain Claire Vaughan had a fabulous gross score of 174, winning the salver first presented to the club in 1995 by Gladys Chamberlain. Marie Ellis was in second place with 180 gross. And Angela Low placed third with 195.

In the nett competition, Captain Marilyn Clarke won the MacMillan Salver with 155 nett. This trophy was presented by Janet MacMillan, also in 1995. Marie Ellis was a close second with 156. And young Lily Taylor was third with 159.

The photos show Ian Chamberlain, Gladys’ son, presenting her trophy to Claire with Lady Captain Marilyn Clarke. And the other picture is Marilyn and Janet MacMillan.

The men and ladies went head to head for the McManus Bowl, a match play event. Last year it was a tie, but this year the men prevailed, winning the trophy 4 – 1. The photo is of the 2 captains, Marilyn Clarke and David Joshua.

Wayne Ross continued to confound his critics by winning the Friday stableford with 42 points. Scotty Boyle and Mike Welling also scored 42 points, but lost on countback.

And finally Claire Vaughan had a really good week, with another fine performance. She won the Junior Sabine Cup with an excellent 70 gross – 65 nett. Her brother Stephen came second with 71 nett, just ahead of Jack Partridge on countback.

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