Northover, Hunt and Wall net success in Honiton Ladies’ stabelford meeting

21:12 05 March 2014

The latest ladies event at Honiton was the popular 3-2-1 team stableford format, writes Andy Wagner.

Not only did the competition see some sunshine, but also some good winning scores from our teams of three ladies, drawn from across the divisions. First, with 73 points, was the team of Linda Northover, Catherine Hunt and Di Wall.

They won after countback with Tricia Swindell, Elizabeth Davies and Linda McLaughlin edged into second place.

Third place went to team Mona Carter, Lesley Farley and Pam Greenaway with 64 points.

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