Davy lands junior triumph at Lyme Regis

PUBLISHED: 07:59 12 June 2013 | UPDATED: 07:59 12 June 2013

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Lyme Regis juniors played their stableford competition which resulted in some good scores being posted, writes Richard Jackman.

Henry Davy topped the list with 41 points from James Phillips on 40 whilst finishing third was Jonny Day with 37.

The excellent scoring continued for the June medal, where Des Denning hit a blistering net 64 to walk away with division one from Brian Rees and Mike Mudford both on 68.

Division two saw an excellent 65 from Lloyd Cleal take first place with John Thomas (67) taking second and Matt Watson (68), third.

Last Thursday Lyme ladies played their June medal and scratch cup competitions.

Division one saw Anita Holmes, 71, Cindy Mudford, 72 and Ellie Langford finish first, second and third respectively.

Division two was a closer affair with Lizzie Linnert winning on count back from Emma Davies after booth carded scores of 73.

Chris Wakeling was close on their heels with 74.

Division 3 produced a runaway victory for Karen Nicholson with 73. Second was Kathy Briggs, 80, whilst Jean Forbes-Harriss was third with 81.

The Silver Scratch Cup was won by Jane Southcombe with a gross 80 from Ellie Langford, gross 85, and the Bronze Scratch Cup winner was Emma Davies, 96 gross, from Monica Frost,107 gross.

The Lyme Regis golf week started last Saturday with a mixed open greensomes that was won by Lyme’s Jane Andrews and Tony Warwick on count back from Stover’s Muriel and Gress Waldron with 43.

The men’s open stableford on Sunday also saw a home victory for Matt Watson 42 points, from Pat McLaughlin 40 points, part of the visiting contingent from Bramshaw.

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