Honiton Captain’s Prize meeting win for trio
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There was a large turnout of Honiton seniors for Friday’s Captain’s Prize meeting, writes Ann Desmoulins.
Once again, a most enjoyable time was had by all for the meeting which had a format of stableford with teams of four with two scores to count.
In addition there were also prizes for the usual ‘nearest the pin’, etc.
Tom Stanton, George Smith, Peter Clarke and Tony Proudfoot took first place with 82 points.
Countback was used to separate second and third with Peter Stubbington, Christ Street and Nick Mitchell taking second place and the trio of Nigel Broadbent, Mike Sennitt, David Scott and Ashley Murray, left to settle for third after both groupd finished with a score of 80 points
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Fourth were the team of David Morris, Dave Anderson, Eric Short and Mike Jones on 79 points and fifth lace went to John Frith, Phil Donne-Davis, Larry Goodliffe and George Blake with 76 points.Six players carded twos and each won eight balls for their efforts.
At the post meeting presentations, Rod Armitage was presented with the Centenary Salver by Honiton captain Mike Sennitt for the best cumulative net score in medal competitions throughout the summer.
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