Honiton lady captain’s Away Day meeting success for Jackie Seager
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Honiton ladies were delighted to be able to play their Wednesday competition in good weather, writes John Pawley.
The lady captain’s Prize Stableford competition had been rescheduled after rain prevented play in July.
In a close contest, countback was called upon to determine the winner and so, taking the honours was Jackie Seager, edging Jo Goodliffe into second place after both recorded scores of 38 points.
Jackie won the Silver Division and also earned herself a handicap cup. Second in the Silver Division was Henrietta Bradshaw with 35 points. Heather Clarke finished third and Tricia Swindell took fourth spot.
Bronze One was won by Jo Goodliffe with that score of 38 points. Sharon Rouse was second with 35, Joan Smith finished third with 31.
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Cathy Pawley won Bronze Two with score of 34 points. The minor places went to; Cherry Liell with 31 and Pam Knibb with 30.
The nine-hole competition was also taken to countback and it saw Di Wall land the win with 14 points, edging out Andrea Squire, also with 14 points.
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The next day, over 30 ladies travel to Stover GC, for the lady captain’s Away Day meeting.
The weather was again very favourable and all ladies greatly enjoyed the golf, followed by a meal.
Captain Janet Hughes was on good form and there was much fun and hilarity all round.
At the end of a splendid day’s golf, Janet presented the lady captain’s prize to winner Jackie Seager.