Jacobsen lands Granny Cup at Lyme Regis

PUBLISHED: 16:29 06 August 2013 | UPDATED: 16:29 06 August 2013

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Peter Mayles and David Rettallack won the Frost Cup 4 ball better ball with 44 points, followed by John Cleal and Merv Knight in second with 43 points, writes Richard Jackman.

Juniors Bradley Rowe and Stuart Wight were third on count back, also with 43 points.

Lyme ladies were able to take full advantage of a lovely day on Thursday for their August medal and Granny Shield

Division One medal winner with the best net score of the day was Gilly Madill with 68 from Lesley Jellowman on 72 and third was Di Smith with 73

In Division Two Julie Duke took the honours with a net 69, from Susan Moore 74, and Julia Coote - 76, on count back

Division Three saw Alice Hindes net 79 finish first, from Karen Nicholson 81 with Victoria Turner’s 82 giving her bronze on countback.

Hanna Jacobsen won the Granny Cup with Jane Andrews as runner-up.

Lyme Regis held their junior open competition on Saturday and it was good to see such a good turnout.

David Lyon continued his fine season by scoring the lowest gross score with a 71 and this was also good enough for him to finish third in the handicap event with a net 66. The winner of this was also from Lyme, Brad Burraston with a terrific net score of 63, one shot better than Oscar Perry from Broadstone

The men’s August medal saw the fine scoring continue despite the appearance of rain! Neil Smith’s net 67 meant he won Division One from Keith Gibson, 69 and 3rd Maurice De Pasquale 70

Luke De Pasquale restored family honour by winning Division Two on count back with a net 64 from Neil Hamiltoon-Rumbold - also 64 and Matt Rose’s net 71 gave him third place.

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