As Wilm­slow plays per­fect host

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points, one more than Jan­ice Darcy.

A Sun­day ‘Open to All’ Stable­ford at Styal was led in by Has­san Ja­fari with 42 points from Richard Bald­win 41. A White Tee medal at Styal saw Martin Og­den on top with 71 from David Mar­riott and Mike Doyle, both 72 and in a Wed­nes­day Stable­ford James Ben­nett led in with 37 points, two more than Si­mon Tracey.

Styal se­niors were in sin­gles Stable­ford ac­tion and Michael Col­lier was un­stop­pable with 42 points, four more than Chris Bail­lie. It needed a cpo on 36 points to take Anna Tunna into top place in a Styal ladies Stable­ford from Enid Laverty.

Prest­bury’s men played a sin­gles Stable­ford off White and Yel­low Tees and in the White Tee com­pe­ti­tion Glenn Mar­shall was out on his own with 42 points, three more than Michael Davis and Tam Byrne. Yel­low Tee win­ner in a one-horse race was An­thony Bent­ley with 39 points, five more than Eric Bo­lam.

A Two divi­sion Stable­ford for Prest­bury ladies had divi­sion one won by Myra Pen­keth­man af­ter a cpo on 35 points with Nicky Mark­land.

In divi­sion two it also needed a count­back on 33 points to take Kirsten Forbes into top spot from Joan Crouch.

Grant Hamer­ton (Pike Fold) was the star pro of the day at Mar­riott Wors­ley Park as he led in the in­di­vid­ual pro sec­tion with 40 points. This left him two points clear of Craig Cor­ri­gan, Phil Archer (Birch­wood) and Jamie Howarth (Daven­port).

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