Honiton Lady Captain’s Day has an Irish feel about it

PUBLISHED: 09:38 22 July 2015 | UPDATED: 09:38 22 July 2015

Honiton lady captain Olwen Eaton with Ann Trayling

Honiton lady captain Olwen Eaton with Ann Trayling

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The past week saw the staging of Lady Captain’s Day at Honiton, writes Liz Rogers.

Lady Captain, Olwen Eaton, made sure it was a very Irish affair!

All the players had to wear something green for the day, but one player, namely Trish Swindell, took it very seriously and turned into an Irish Leprechaun.

She received a special prize for her ingenuity!

As for the golf, the winner of the Lady Captain’s prize with 37 points was Ann Trayling.

In Silver Division, Jane Watts continued her excellent form with 36 points to gain first prize.

She was followed in by Anne Davies, who achieved 33 points, beating Jackie Seager on countback.

In Bronze Ine Division, Sharon Dacre came in first with 35 points, followed by Jan Hill on 34 points and then Liz Wood on 30 points.

In Bronze Two Divison, Linda McLaughlin was once again in winning form with 32 points. Jan Lloyd was second with 31 points and Sheila Taylor took third place with 26 points.

The best front nine score was taken by Sue Ritchie with 18 points and the best back nine score was 19 points achieved by Chris Pearce.

In the nine-hole Stableford competition, Joy Kerr took first place with 14 points.


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