It’s Sweet for champion of champions Trevor
PUBLISHED: 11:20 19 October 2006 | UPDATED: 14:50 12 May 2010
TREVOR Sweeting won the prestigious medal winners final at Royston Golf Club on Sunday, brushing aside his rivals with a spectacular nett 65. Twelve handicapper Sweeting, pictured, had a great back nine into the stiff easterly breeze, which saw him take
TREVOR Sweeting won the prestigious medal winners final at Royston Golf Club on Sunday, brushing aside his rivals with a spectacular nett 65.
Twelve handicapper Sweeting, pictured, had a great back nine into the stiff easterly breeze, which saw him take the title by four shots.
Robert Clark had a steady round of level par, nett 69, to take the runners up spot on countback from Eddie Collins and Richard Howorth.
The men's single stableford played alongside the Medal Winners event was won by Tony Hannington, with 37 points. Darren Dawson was second, Barrie Parsons third and Tony Baker fourth with all players scoring 36 points.
David Drake led his men's team to victory against the Ladies on Saturday, despite giving each lady three equalising shots and two bisques. Drake and his partner, Bob Lee lead the way, defeating his wife and lady captain, Jane and Sally Woodhead.
Other notable winners for the men were vice captain, Mick Hall and John Humphreys, Barry Buckerfield and David Caunce, Mark Bonnett and Malcolm Tyrie.
The Ladies Autumn Meeting was held on Tuesday and Rhona Rosier won the silver division with a nett 73, just one shot ahead of Jenny Jarvis. Sally Woodhead won the Bronze Division also with a nett 73.
Greg Fyson continued his good form to win the Junior Medal on Saturday. his nett 68 (88-20=68) was just a shot ahead of James Smith (80-11=69). Junior captain, Oli Bance finished third with 73-3=70.
n The Ladies Medal and Trophy winners competition at Heydon Grange provided a very close finish, with Eilan Moses (23) finally emerging as winner when Tammini Hurst's tee shot on the 18th found the Charity pond.
Moses' net 72 just kept her in front of Hurst (19) who scored a net 74.
Third place went to Tina Broadley (8) with a net 76.
In a separate "If Only" event, for those without success in medals or board trophies during the year, Sue Gaillard (36) won her first competitive tournament.
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