Mike steps in to pep Cambs
ROYSTON Golf Club hosted the triangular match between the 16-man teams of the past golf club captains from Cambridgeshire, Derbyshire, and Leicestershire on Saturday. Mike Rogers, past captain of Barkway, was a late replacement for the injured John Nicho
ROYSTON Golf Club hosted the triangular match between the 16-man teams of the past golf club captains from Cambridgeshire, Derbyshire, and Leicestershire on Saturday.
Mike Rogers, past captain of Barkway, was a late replacement for the injured John Nicholl (Royston) and led the scoring for the winning Cambridgeshire team with 38 points.
Royston president Tom Shaw had the next best score of 36 points, and these two players led their team to a seven-point victory over Derbyshire, with Leicestershire winning the wooden spoon, 21 points back.
Elsewhere, the ladies held their bogey competitions, with Libby Toby winning the midweek competition ahead of Tiny Collins and Karen Pearson.
The Juniors were also in action, with a four-day 72-hole competition. Matthew Barrett came out on top with his consistant play securing rounds of 73, 65, 72 and 68 to see him finish with a total of 278, with Daniel Smith second with 282 and Jordan Hardwidge third on 283.
On Sunday, club chairman Keith Pitts and his playing partner Neil Skehel claimed the Men's Four Ball Stableford with 46 points, ahead of Ben Bennett and Ian Coath on countback.
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