Win dou­ble for Styal’s star Nevins

Macclesfield Express - - SEARCH - GOLF GE­OFF GAR­NETT

STYAL played the sec­ond round of the club championship and ju­nior star Ryan Nevins won a cpo on 67 from Steve Weaver with Will Dodds and Khalil Musa next in on 68.

Nevins took the best nett for two rounds af­ter a cpo on 136 with Ryan Owen and he made it a dou­ble as he also won the best gross again af­ter a cpo on 140 from fel­low ju­nior star Will Dodds.

Styal se­niors played a medal and in top spot with 69 was Mel Mason, one less than John Shore, Eu­gene Con­nelly, Mal­colm Hollins and Richard Vaal.

It was also club championship time at Prest­bury over 36 holes and in a tight first round the best nett scores came from Elliot Kir­ton 70 and Ni­cholas Baglin and Joe Ar­mitt both 71.

In round two Richard Low­ery was the main man with 67 from Elliot Kir­ton 69 and Jeremiah Hayes 70.

The over­all scratch win­ner and club cham­pion was Joe Ar­mitt with his 143 totla tak­ing him three shots clear of Richard Low­ery and James New­ton.

The Cap­tain’s Ju­nior Prize at Prest­bury was won by Matthew De­lany with a superb 65 see­ing him well clear of Josh Turnock and Bel War­dle, both 71.

Prest­bury ladies played the Corona­tion Four­somes qual­i­fier which was won by An­gela Rior­dan and Jane Cam­paigne with 34 points from Sylvia Brough and Chris­tine An­grave and Mar­garet Si­mons and Vic­to­ria Howarth, both 33.

Wilm­slow’s men played a medal and in top spot was Tim Mob­sby with 69 one less than cricket leg­end Paul Al­lott who had the best gross of 73 with Frank Chad­wick in third spot with 72.

The monthly medal at Shrigley Hall saw di­vi­sion one taken by An­drew Ker­shaw with his fine 65 tak­ing him clear of Ian Wadsworth 67 and Richard Bur­row 68.

In di­vi­sion two Jez Han­cock showed his class with 66 tak­ing him six shots clear of Ea­mon Mcgeady with Steve Wells and John Gaskell a fur­ther shot off the pace.

The Third Sum­mer medal at Davenport had the di­vi­sions topped by Liam Camp­bell 66, one clear of a chas­ing pack of four led by Stu­art John­son, Jim Vaughan with a siz­zling 63 and Trevor Mot­ter­shaw with a more se­date 71.

The Sheila Hill Sta­ble­ford for Davenport ladies had di­vi­sion one won by Lind­say Webb with a crunch­ing 40 points, Pat Massey 38 and Gil­lian Gar­bett 34.

The cov­eted Dave Thomas Cup at Mot­tram Hall saw Martin Firth lead in with 68 from Sam Lynch and Shok Mirza, both 70.

The com­pe­ti­tion for the Bunty Booth Tro­phy is one of the top events in the busy cal­en­dar of the Manch­ester and District Ladies Golf As­so­ci­a­tion hav­ing been played for since their Cen­te­nary in 2002.

Each of the mem­ber clubs in the MDLGA plays a sin­gles qual­i­fy­ing com­pe­ti­tion in the pre­vi­ous year to de­cide who will rep­re­sent them in the fi­nal.

Den­ton Golf Club, with a course in great con­di­tion and pro­vid­ing a true test of golf, were the hosts for the event in which there were 68 clubs rep­re­sented play­ing in a sin­gles Sta­ble­ford for­mat.

In a close con­test the win­ner was Sale’s 31-hand­i­cap­per Fiona Flana­gan who posted 35 points to fin­ish ahead of Linda Bai­ley (Hind­ley Hall) 34 and Anne Ash­worth (Ley­land) 33.

MDLGA Pres­i­dent Chris Kelly (Bramhall GC) pre­sented the prizes and thanked Den­ton Lady Cap­tain Norma Boott for the ex­cel­lent ser­vice pro­vided by staff and mem­bers both on and off the course.

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