Bloor hands over Styal cap­tain’s man­tle to Bou­quet

Macclesfield Express - - SEARCH - GOLF GEOFF GAR­NETT

IVAN Bloor has en­joyed a great year as cap­tain of his beloved Styal Golf Club and he was de­lighted with his fi­nal day as he handed over the reins to his suc­ces­sor Kevin Bou­quet.

Ivan said: “It has been ter­rific, full of many happy mem­o­ries both on and off the course and I would like to thanks all mem­bers and staff for their great sup­port at all times.

“I was de­lighted to raise a to­tal of £2,277 for my cho­sen char­ity – the Stock­port Spe­cial­ist Pal­lia­tive Care team – to their rep­re­sen­ta­tives.

“An­other treat was to be pre­sented with a framed aerial photo of the Styal course signed by past cap­tains, head pro Si­mon For­rest and di­rec­tor of golf Glynn Traynor and my fi­nal job was to present Kevin Boc­quet with his cap­tain’s jacket.”

A Wed­nes­day Sta­ble­ford at Styal was won by Paul Bishop with 36 points from Ja­cob Oak­ley 335 and Mike Wright, Ian Thoma­son, Will Dodds and Si­mon Tracey, all 34.

Styal se­niors were also in Sta­ble­ford mode with Steve Walker strolling home with 39 points, three more than Chris Bai­ley and Richard Vaal.

Styal ladies played the lat­est round of the Sum­mer Cup and it was led in by He­len Whal­ley with 19 points from Pat Chad­wick 15.

A Thurs­day Sta­ble­ford at Shrigley Hall had a tight fin­ish with John Gaskell on top with 36 points from Steve Brooks 35 and Mark Kleyn­hans 34.

Alder­ley Edge’s ladies played a BB Sta­ble­ford and in top spot with 42 points were Liz McGuire and Ali­son Roberts from Julie Rick­etts and San­dra Smith and Ol­wen Davies and Mar­ion Hall, both 39.

Prest­bury’s young Cheshire and Eng­land star Bel War­dle en­joyed play­ing at St An­drews in the St Rule Tro­phy played over 54 holes.

Bel fin­ished in a very cred­itable eight place against some of Europe’s top play­ers and she was joint third in the u18 cat­e­gory fin­ish­ing on seven un­der par for 54 holes.

Back at Prest­bury their ladies played a Par com­pe­ti­tion and in divi­sion one Jil­lian Mor­ris led in on +2 from Tri­cia Hunt +1.

In divi­sion two Adri­enne Wood was first past the post on +2 from Kirsten Forbes and Jill Kim­ber, both level par.

Mottram Hall’s men were also in Par ac­tion with the top spot go­ing to An­drew Brechin on +5 from Mike Davies and Stu­art Codling, both +2.

The Harry Boon Tro­phy at Daven­port was a fam­ily af­fair won by Chris and Paul Massey with 44 points ahead of Bernard Wool­ley and Gareth Win­stan­ley 43.

Daven­port ladies played a medal in three divi­sions and top­ping their divi­sions were Gwyneth Fiewld­ing af­ter a cpo on 71 with Pauline Hague, Jane Bam­ford 71 and Ros Mann 75.

Mac­cle­field’s Ladies Open at­tracted a good field and top of the Shop in the Team of Three Sta­ble­ford were home stars Myra Clark and Ge­orgina Whal­ley and Malkins Bank guest Denise Swindells with 69 points af­ter a cpo with Rachel Hors­ley and Ju­lia Thomp­son (both Knutsford) and Mary Weaver (Prest­bury. Next in on 65 were Kath Brock­le­hurst and Pam Conway (both Styal) and Bar­bara Moss (Alder­ley Edge).

The Manch­ester Al­liance’s In­ter Club Knock Outs have reached the last 32 af­ter the com­ple­tion of round one.

In the draw for the City Glass Men’s Four­somes (hold­ers Helsby) the draw af­fect­ing our lo­cal teams fea­tures: Daven­port v War­ring­ton; Den­ton v Tyther­ing­ton; Bolton Old Links v Mac­cles­field.

The Men’s Se­niors KO (hold­ers North Manch­ester) has gone from strength to strength in its first two years of com­pe­ti­tion and the draw af­fect­ing our lo­cal clubs is: Pike Fold v Tyther­ing­ton.

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