Coley bags a Lyme Regis first – winning both victor ludorum cups.
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With little golf possible, in many parts of the county the Lyme Regis ladies managed to play a 15-hole stableford competition, writes Richard Jackman.
There was a close encounter in Division One with Anne Humphreys wining with 31 points after countback.
Jane Southcombe was edged out into second place. Division Two was won by Susan Moore with 31 points from Rosemary Dare (30) and Kim Beauchamp (28).
At last in Division 3, Ronnie Turner became ‘the bride’, winning with 32 points from Lucille Bannister 31 points, and getting a well earned handicap cut as a bouquet!
In place of their monthly stableford the seniors played a 15-hole fun stableford and leading us all home was Colin Conn with 31 points from Denis McConnell (30) and Martin King, (29).
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Bob Kay managed to scoop all the twos money.
John Coley had an impressive 2013 winning the Wellings Salver for the highest six stableford scores in the year with Alastair Purcell taking second place.
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In the Frank Walker Trophy - best three stableford scores for those over 80 year’s old, Tony Wakeling won with Derek Wenn in second place.
John Coley also won the Darlow Cup a men’s club competition for the player with the best net differential to handicap over eight medal rounds from January to November.
This is probably a first for someone to win both victor ludorum cups.