Tu­dor Park’s new ju­nior team ready to tee off


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and both our­selves and our adult mem­bers are com­mit­ted to en­cour­ag­ing young play­ers to join in, have fun and be­come com­pet­i­tive in a sport they love,” said ju­nior golf or­gan­iser Stephen Haf­fenden. “We have seen so much progress among our young play­ers – a lot of them are more than good enough to play com­pet­i­tively.” Tu­dor Park plans to in­tro­duce their ju­nior team to home and away friendly matches, hold ju­nior match­play com­pe­ti­tions and en­cour­age young­sters to play in their adult com­pe­ti­tions.

The next ju­nior golf camps will take place on De­cem­ber 2830 be­tween 10am-2pm. They are open to all young­sters aged five to 17 and there will be a nine­hole com­pe­ti­tion on the fi­nal day. Call 01622 739412 for de­tails.

Tu­dor Park young­sters cel­e­brated their suc­cesses at the club’s first ju­nior awards evening on Fri­day

Lark­field Swim­ming Club took first place at Rochester SC’s bronze, sil­ver and gold gala on Satur­day. The team were up against City of Rochester, Ton­bridge, Sit­ting­bourne and Mil­ton at Strood Sports Cen­tre. Lark­field re­turned nine per­sonal bests and nine first places.

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