Betterball victors

PUBLISHED: 09:43 06 March 2008 | UPDATED: 15:41 11 May 2010

Pictured from the left are Roy Ward club captain 2008, Eddie Collins seniors captain 2008, and Tom Shaw, club president 2002-2008

Pictured from the left are Roy Ward club captain 2008, Eddie Collins seniors captain 2008, and Tom Shaw, club president 2002-2008

JIM Hopkins and Colin Lawrence won Royston Golf Club s midweek betterball competition. Their 48 points saw off Dougie Moule and David Cattley, who finished second with 45. In the the club s Division One action Simon Thompson finished on top with 77 net 6

JIM Hopkins and Colin Lawrence won Royston Golf Club's midweek betterball competition.

Their 48 points saw off Dougie Moule and David Cattley, who finished second with 45.

In the the club's Division One action Simon Thompson finished on top with 77 net 64, with Mick Merry finishing second with 79 net 68. John Griffin finished third with 78 net 69.

In Division Two, Toby Willmott won with 92 net 70.

Meanwhile, the senior section of the club celebrated its 20th anniversary with its annual dinner on Saturday. The seniors, players over the age of 55.

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