Golf: Osborne wins June Trophy

14:44 02 June 2014

New ladies' captain Jean Black presentes the June Trophy to Wendy Osborne.

New ladies' captain Jean Black presentes the June Trophy to Wendy Osborne.

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Heydon Grange Golf Club’s ladies took part in the June Trophy, an 18 hole stableford played on the Essex and Herts courses.

The winner was Wendy Osborne with a score of 34 points. Gloria Carse came second with 32 points and Linda Williams third with 30. Gay Rodham and Fran Hawkins won a prize each for the best nines and Mandy Handscombe won nearest the pin.

On Saturday Heydon Grange played host to The Suffolk Golf Club in a mixed friendly match. Six pairs from each club took part and Heydon won 4&2.

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