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Host club White­field won the Ger­ald Tankel Tro­phy at the Pro­vin­cial Tour­na­ment in Manch­ester.

White­field beat Bon­ny­ton by a com­fort­able mar­gin in the best team net event.

The event, or­gan­ised by The As­so­ci­a­tion of Jewish Golf Clubs & So­ci­eties, fea­tured teams of six males from the af­fil­i­ated Clubs and So­ci­eties based north of Lon­don, with the best four net scores to count to­ward the team prizes.

The Mervyn Berg Tro­phy for the best gross score was se­cured by Paul Si­mon of Dun­ham For­est with a fine round of 72. The best net score of 66 by Phillip Tru­ran of Shirley earned him the Mar­shall Bel­low Tro­phy.

White­field has al­ways been recog­nised as an ex­tremely tough test of golf but nev­er­the­less the com­peti­tors pro­duced some ex­cel­lent scores.

The Club Cap­tain, David Bal­lon, pre­sented the prizes at the end of a suc­cess­ful and well sup­ported event.

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