Honiton senior success for Clarke, Devenny and Anderson
- Credit: Archant
The Honiton seniors played the re-arranged home leg of the match against Tiverton last week, and recorded a 4-1 win, writes Ann Desmoulins.
With the course being closed to buggies at the time, it did mean that one match had to be cancelled. This ruling extended into the Friday competition so several members had to withdraw.
Over 50 did compete though, and it was a team composing Peter Clarke, Alan Devenny and David Anderson which come out on top, with their 74 points.
Well back of them, were Roger Matthews, Mike Delaney and Bill Spice (our oldest playing member of 94 years) with their 67 points.
Third were John Pawley, Alex Neil and John Frith (66) followed by Tony Williams, George Smith and Tony Proudfoot (62).
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