Jamie's level par double

PUBLISHED: 09:00 12 March 2008 | UPDATED: 21:36 15 June 2010

The men replayed the third round of the Winter League in windy but patchy spring sunshine. The winners were Jamie Hughes and Tom Glover with 46 points, writes Helen Gaudie.

The men replayed the third round of the Winter League in windy but patchy spring sunshine. The winners were Jamie Hughes and Tom Glover with 46 points, most of them scored by Jamie alone! It's the second week running he has shot level par. Second place went to last year's winners, M Bond and S Grigg, beating P Northcott and J Matthews into third place on the back nine ruling. The ladies played their March Stableford in lovely spring weather. It was a small field, as ladies were away on their winter holidays. The winner of the first division was Margaret Brown (24) with 30 points and the winner of the second division was Alison Cook (29) with 29 points.In the seniors' section the 15 hole fourball Stableford Winter League programme is nearing its conclusion. With one round still available the majority of teams have now registered their allotted eight scores. Of these the two lowest scores are discounted leaving the best six for the final score. The leaders at the moment are Clive Davie (18) and Bryan Dale (20) with an impressive 225. Only one pairing has yet to complete their quota with one final round to go, and have a slim outside chance of overhauling that total. On Friday the best recorded score and the winners on the day were Mike Tomes (17)/Derek Williamson (25) with 39 points. Second and third respectively went to Alan Hayes (18)/John Mant (25) and Geoff Hubbard/Hugh Willis (21), both netting 38 points.


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