Jennie's Invitation Cup success

PUBLISHED: 13:40 05 August 2008 | UPDATED: 15:50 11 May 2010

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JENNIE Jarvis won the Ladies Invitation Cup with playing partner Billy Kerr of East Herts Golf Club. In a close contest Jarvis and Kerr saw off Bridget Long and Royston Ladies captain Tina Collins and their respective partners on countback after all thre

JENNIE Jarvis won the Ladies Invitation Cup with playing partner Billy Kerr of East Herts Golf Club.

In a close contest Jarvis and Kerr saw off Bridget Long and Royston Ladies captain Tina Collins and their respective partners on countback after all three pairs scored 37 points

Steven Ball won Royston Golf Club's Midweek Golfers Monthly Stableford for his first event victory at the club.

His impressive 39 points, proved too much for the rest of the field, with Graham West, John Humphreys, and John Weaver all scoring 37, with West claiming second spot on countback.

. The Battle of Britain Trophy was claimed by Alan Evans, whose 45 points were enough to see off Stephen Brooker (41) and Martin Walker (40), who finished second and third respectively.

Mick Merry led the way in the President's Cup first round qualifier with 75 net 64. Craig Holson came second with 83 net 64, while David Marsh finished third on 77 net 65.

The other qualifiers included John Griffin, Adrian Shoebridge, Danny Crotty, Peter Prentice, Darren Dawson, and Mial Walker.


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