COED-Y-MWSTWR

Glamorgan Gazette - - Sport -

STEVE Turner won the Septem­ber Medal tour­na­ment at Coed-y-Mwstwr with 86-19-67.

A two on the penul­ti­mate green along with five pars did the trick for Turner while Di­vi­sion One win­ner Gary Dowl­ing hit 71-4-67 for low gross score of the day.

He too got a two on the 17th hole and got a fur­ther birdie on hole six to go with 13 pars.

Ex-Pyle & Ken­fig star Mark Ray­bould was third, the hot dog man fired a mag­nif­i­cent seven pars in 85-15-70 while Stephen J Reed was fourth with an iden­ti­cal score and sev­enth-placed Huw Martin­son fired 78-6-72.

The Di­vi­sion Two win­ner and fifth over­all was Chris Hay­ward with 9525-70 from Keith Car­pen­ter 91-19-72 (sixth), Peter Beynon 100-27-73 (eighth), Nigel Phillips 9118-73 (ninth) and Nathan Alexan­der 91-18-73.

The tour­na­ment pro­duced a hole-in-one – Christo­pher Ma­son chis­elling one on the 17th – while Di­vi­sion Two win­ner Hay­ward holed out for a rare two on the first hole.

Twos also came from Steve Turner, Gary Dowl­ing, Steve O’Con­nell along with his un­cle Rory O’Con­nell.

How­ever, per­sis­tent early rain led to last week’s Se­nior Stable­ford be­ing can­celled.

How­ever, the in­evitable then hap­pened – things perked up by mid-morn­ing and a late start could have been made.

Last Sun­day, Coedy-Mwstwr Hal­letts lost 2.5 – 1.5 to Radyr in the Glam­or­gan County Hal­letts Cup fi­nal at Wen­voe Cas­tle.

Con­sid­er­ing the wet weather, the green staff did a great job in present- ing the course in great shape, es­pe­cially as this was the third fi­nal in the space of a fort­night.

It was the fifth time in six years for the Coed-yMw­stwr to reach the fi­nal – and this time around it could have gone ei­ther way.

Re­sults: Peter Ash­man and Paul Reed lost, Michael Jacques and Nigel Key won, Steve McAllen and Sammy Slen­nett halved, Jerry Devine and Ross Hask­ins lost.

On the Ladies scene, the 2018 Golden Girl at Coedy-Mwstwr is Julie Reade af­ter win­ning the event with 34 Stable­ford points that in­cluded three pars.

Janet Roberts and Jackie Sum­mer­ton both en­tered the Sa­muel Bevan snug with 30 points while Gill Os­borne got 26 points.

Last Satur­day, Vic­to­ria Brooks and Ni­cola Hop­kins won the Au­tumn Pairs Bet­ter­ball com­pe­ti­tion, run­ning up 43 points.

Five points back came pals Ju­lia Davies and Re­becca Roberts with Janet Roberts and Julie Reade on the 37-point level.

Caro­line E Trem­lett and Jackie Sum­mer­ton scored 35 points to take fourth spot ahead of Carol Har­ring­ton and sparkling Sheila Dy­mond (33) and Denise James and Gill Os­borne (29).

20-28 Hand­i­caps: Philip Rees 98-25-73.

Dur­ing club Fi­nals Day, there were Se­nior Sec­tion walkovers in the two shop-win­dow events.

In the Old Un’s Cup, Nor­man Wil­liams walked over Wyn Jones while John Car­pen­ter did like­wise in the Bowden Bowl cour­tesy of Terry Em­lynJones.

Last week Grove Se­niors un­der the charge of Paul Bowden gained a 4.5 – 3.5 home win over old pals Glyn­neath, and to­mor­row (Thurs­day) they head to the Swansea sub­urbs to chal­lenge Fair­wood Park in an­other club fix­ture.

Yes­ter­day, Grove Se­niors headed to the Ash­burn­ham club on the Car­marthen­shire coast­line for their an­nual Cap­tain’s Away Day pil­grim­age.

Those who stayed at home were in­volved in a Balls com­pe­ti­tion.

Grove Ladies held a sec­ond qual­i­fy­ing com­pe­ti­tion last week that So­nia Peters won with 30 Stable­ford points.

Run­ner-up Vic­to­ria Ford hit 28 points to fin­ish two in front of both An­gela Fall and Mau­reen Bevan. mark was Kath McGrath, play­ing off 16, who got a costly blob on the sixth hole only to go on and birdie both the ninth and 11th holes.

Three other com­peti­tors fin­ished un­der the card – Eliz­a­beth Wink­ley and Kay Har­combe (both 38 points), who fin­ished one point in front of Jayne Jury.

Joan Smith matched par seven times in a 35-point tally that se­cured her sixth place while fur­ther down the score­board came Eliz­a­beth El­lis (34) and Karen Stokes (33).

Last Satur­day, a Welsh Dragon Brooch Medal was staged out on the Pen­coed golf course that Ju­lia Tomkins won on the back of 98-28-70 (three pars).

Low gross round came from sec­ond-placed Joan Smith, who shot 82-1072 (nine pars, eight bo­geys, one dou­ble-bo­gey), while third-placed Ol­wen Maund signed for 104-3272.

Fourth-placed Jane Austin got 108-31-77 and Ruth Lane 102-23-79.

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