Thursday, 20 September 2018

Taylor takes honours

JOHN TAYLOR won Division 1 in the June medal held at BADGEMORE PARK last weekend.

JOHN TAYLOR won Division 1 in the June medal held at BADGEMORE PARK last weekend.

Taylor triumphed in his division on Saturday with a net score of 68. Second was Mark Brooks with net 70 and third David Giles with net 73.

Division 2 was won by Charles Lowe with net 70 on countback from Paul Cray who also had a net 70 and in third was Julian Falla with net 72.

Division 3 was won by club captain Terry Denby with 39 points. Seamus Jeffs was second with 32 points from David Howse also scoring 32 points.

On Sunday Division 1 was won by Mark Books with a net 66 with Lindsay Anderson second with net 67 and Nathan Cole third with net 69.

Division 2 was won by Julian Falla with net 71. In second place was Rich Pullen with net 73 on countback from John Urban, also with net 73.

Division 3 saw Seamus Jeffs upping his game from Saturday to take first place with 34 points. Second was Andreas Jelden with 33 points and third Alan Hooper also with 33 points.

Kathy North was the winner of the ladies’ May stableford at CAVERSHAM HEATH.

North scored 30 points, beating Daphne Barker by one point. Third was Joyce Collins with 26 points.

Junior medal winner was Will Tate on countback from Callum Peart, both with a net 69. Third was James Millard with a net 76.

James Pond won the scratch competition at HARLEYFORD’S men’s championships, which was competed for over 36 holes and two days, with a score of 156. The net handicap winner was Tom Wishart with a score of 145.

The Seniors Cup was won by David White with a gross 83 and the net trophy was won by the club captain Kevan Robinson.

Peter Kingston won the HENNERTON June medal with an overall gross 80, net 61.

Kingston finished one shot clear of the field and also took the spoils in the 15-19 handicap second division to cap a fine performance.

Second place went to Brian Oldland after he posted a net 62 from his 20 handicap. Runners-up spot also secured Oldland the 20 and above third division.

Third place was subject to a countback between Graham Mead, Mark Hinson and Don Skelton who all tied on net 63 and finished in that order respectively once the countback rule was applied.

Dave Bowler won the lowest gross score on a countback from Paul Walker with Bowler also claiming the 0-15 handicap first division prize.

In the ladies’ medal, ladies’ vice-captain Barbara Langdale took first prize with a gross 82 net 63. Langdale was two shots clear of second place Eileen Holmes who also put in a solid effort after a gross 89, net 65. Third place went to May ladies’ medal winner Ruth Cassidy as she posted a net 75.

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