SHAW GIBBS OXFORDSHIRE FOURSOMES LEAGUE
Burford v Feldon Valley pp.
Oxford City 1 (1pt), Tadmarton Heath 2 (3) (Oxford scores first): G Soave & M Soave bt L Washbourne & D Booker 2 holes, P Higgins & A Ellias lost to I Manning & F Penniston 1 hole, M Hall & R Ferguson lost to S Hallam & J Smith 2 hole.
Hadden Hill 1½ (2), Rye Hill 1½ (2) (Hadden Hill scores first): R Perry & P Chana halved with B Pawley & K Moggeridge, L Fuller & M Grootz lost to J Dunleavy & T Smithers 1 hole, M Partridge & D O’Rouke bt P Anderson & B Anderson 5 & 4.
Medal (Blue Course): 1 N Elmey (4) 68, 2 B Calnan (10) 70 (cb), 3 M Stokes (3) 70.
Yellow Tee Stableford (Blue Course): 1 J Humes (5) 42pts, 2 J Payne (1) 38, 3 L Murray (5) 37.
Stableford (Red Course): 1 B Calnan (10) 36pts (cb), 2 M Graham (5) 36, 3 I Sands (9) 35.
Peter Cooke Trophy: 1 G Neilson (9) 37pts, 2 A Johnson (10) 36, 3 B Nex (9) 35.
Bogey Payne & Bell Trophy: 1 J O’Leary +3, 2= M Gorman and A Hooker +2.
BUPA Jubilee Trophy (stableford): 1 N Wilkinson 39pts (cb), 2 D Burrows 39 (cb), 3 M Woodley 39.
Midweek Stableford: 1 P Barrow 38pts (cb), 2 J Mazey 38, 3 J East 37 (cb).
Joint Captains Charity Day – Ladies Stableford: 1 L Robinson 33pts, 2 S White 29 (cb), 3 S Lewis 29. Longest drive: R Roberts. Men’s Stableford: 1 D Morris 41pts, 2 D Hedges 37, 3 BP Wiggins 35. Longest drive: M Tippett. Nearest the pin – 16th: L Jackson.
Men’s & Ladies Seniors Cup: 1 S Hussain (11) 38pts, 2= P Knighton (14) and J Cavanagh (11) 35.
Men’s & Ladies Veterans Cup: 1 M Graham (20) 41pts, 2 R Hughes (15) 40, 3 N Hurst (12) 38.
FIVE STAR EVENTS
Liz Harris Cup: 1 C Alcock & S Alcock 45pts, 2 R Jackson & D Saunders 43, 3 K Heathcote & D Gavrilovic 41. Best nine holes: W Fallon & G Hollway 24pts, James Axford & Jason Axford 21. Nearest the pin: T Buck, N Holford, S Grant & N Darnell.
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