Lyme Regis club captain Roger Seed serves up a superb day
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Lyme Regis club captain Roger Seed held his club day in glorious weather as players competed in a stableford competition, writes Richard Jackman.
Roger and his wife Liesa were frantically serving burgers and hotdogs and drinks to grateful participants at the halfway hut.
It proved to be a very enjoyable day for all concerned. With regards to the action, Division One was won by Brian Rees 38 points from Mike Warren on countback with Pete Sargent third on 37.
Junior member, Dominic Beardwood, dominated the competition, winning Division Two with 43 points and Rob Crabbe, showing a glimpse of his potential with 41, took second from Tom Barclay on 39.
For the ladies, Jane Andrews won with 36 points from Ronny Turner on 35. It certainly was a good day. Thanks, Roger.
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Normally, Mark Thirlwell’s second place score of 42 would have been in contention as might have been the 41 from clubman of the decade Mike Hankey, with 41.
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In the midweek stableford John ‘Albert’ Hall’s 41 points were good enough on the day to see off Stuart Wight (36) and David Lyon (35).