Top ef­fort in sup­port of Park Lane

Macclesfield Express - - TRAVEL - GOLF GE­OFF GARNETT

MAC­CLES­FIELD cap­tain Neil Jack­son re­ceived great sup­port on his Cap­tain’s Char­ity Am Am day at­tract­ing a full field of teams.

The money raised on the day went to­wards pro­vid­ing spe­cial­ist wheel­chairs for pupils at Park Lane Spe­cial School in Mac­cles­field.

The win­ning team were Paul Tovee, Paul Bag­u­ley, Pete Lloyd and Rod Price with 93 points fin­ish­ing ahead of Mr Pres­i­dent’s Team 92 and Team Con­nell 91.

The Past cap­tain’s com­pe­ti­tion for Mac­cles­field ladies was won by Judy Mut­ter from Myra Clark.

The fi­nal po­si­tions in the Mac­cles­field ladies Or­der of Merit were Wendy Higgins on 176 from Myra Clark 167, Sue Or­win and Kay Atkin, both 162.

The Thurs­day Stable­ford at Shrigley Hall was won by Gill Kershaw with 37 points putting one clear of the chas­ing pack of John Gaskell, Peter White­hurst and Brian Hop­kins.

The Win­ter Pairs qual­i­fier at Shrigley was led in by Andy Bren­nan and Tim Wrigley with 41 points, three more than Alan Pen­gelly and Darren Bridge and Roy Har­g­reaves and Brian Hor­rocks.

The first round of the Simis­ter Cup at Alder­ley Edge saw the pace set by Robert An­der­son after a cpo on 39 points with Mike Easton and hot on their heels with 38 are An­drew Mar­shall, Jerry Dixon and Andy Wells.

A BB Stable­ford for Edge’s ladies was won by Ol­wen Davies and Liz McGuire with 34 points, 12 clear of the field.

A Satur­day Stable­ford at Styal had di­vi­sion one led in by Rob San­der­son with an im­pres­sive 43 points, five more than Iain Bur­nage.

It was closer in di­vi­sion two with Kevin Do­herty first past the post with 38 points, one more than Dennis Ch­ester.

The Styal Open to All Sun­day Stable­ford needed a cpo on 39 points to see Si­mon Tracey win from Sam McLeod with An­thony Guy a point off the pace.

A sin­gles Stable­ford for Styal ladies was won by Pat Mil­latt with 42 points ahead of Nancy Chorl­ton 39 and Enid Laverty 35.

A sin­gles Stable­ford at Mot­tram Hall was won by Wil­liam Mur­phy with 40 points see­ing him cross the line ahead of Alex John­son and Peter Wat­son, both 39, and Tyler Smith and Steve Mills, both 38.

An End of Sea­son Stable­ford for Daven­port ladies was won by Myra Corcoran with 32 points, four more than Jane Bam­ford and Muriel Shaw.

Medal play for Wilm­slow’s men had Robert Ash­worth on top with 69 from Jack Dun­lop 70 and Tony Snape and Jonathan Harari both 71.

The race for the Al­liance pro­fes­sional Or­der of Merit Prize looks to be one of the most open and com­pet­i­tive for sev­eral years as new names for this sea­son led the way in the lat­est com­pe­ti­tion at Leigh Golf Club.

Leigh have been su­perb in the Dun­ham For­est Tro­phy with five wins in the last seven years and they led in the am am sec­tion with John Moor­field and Jim Dolan win­ning a cpo on 43 points from Lee War­ren (Northen­den) and Dave Hem­ing­way (Chor­ley), two clear of Danny Ritchie and Carl Robin­son (Wi­gan).

The top in­di­vid­ual pro was Ring­way at­tached David Brun­ton with 38 points ahead of Bra­mall Park’s Ol­lie White­ley 37 and An­thony Mil­lar (Ellesmere) and Phil Archer (Birch­wood (both 36).

The lead­ing as­sis­tant pro prize went to Chor­ley’s Andy Palmer with 34 points.

In the pro am sec­tion Stand duo Mark Han­cock and Nor­man Haslam were clear win­ners on 43 points.

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