Breading nets Captain’s Day success

PUBLISHED: 08:57 16 July 2015 | UPDATED: 08:57 16 July 2015

Anwen Breading who was the overall winner of the ladies’ division’ at the Woodbury Park Captain’s Day pictured (centre) with club captain Pete Symes and ladies captain Maggie Thomas.

Anwen Breading who was the overall winner of the ladies’ division’ at the Woodbury Park Captain’s Day pictured (centre) with club captain Pete Symes and ladies captain Maggie Thomas.

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The past week was a busy one for Woodbury Park golfers, writes Carole Pye.

Playing a team stableford ‘Dusty Bin’, Roy Barber, Ian Birch and Rob Dart (85), were the winners of the seniors’ roll-up, followed by Mike Dillon, Dave Freeman and Brian Sidney with 77.

The midweek group enjoyed the usual excellent turnout for a stableford competition. Craig Connor (37) was the winner just edging out Lee Mitchell on 36.

The Acorn ladies hosted Sampford Peverell in a keenly fought competition played in great spirit. Woodbury held off the visitors challenge to secure a close victory.

In the return leg of the Devon League Competition against The Warren, the Woodbury Park ladies enjoyed a 4-2 victory.

The home team also had success against Churston, thanks to an excellent 5-1 win. The weather was kind and the course in excellent condition which all added to the enjoyment.

The Captains Day competition attracted an exceptionally large field for the men with over 130 players taking part. In addition to the main trophies there was a multitude of other prizes for the players to win.

The first division was taken by Paul Heys (43) who was also the outright winner of the trophy. Lee Nattrass was a very close contender on 42. In the second division, Andrew Rowden (42) took first place, followed by Tony Marshall on 39. Terry Wheatley with 38 points was the winner of the third division ahead of Kenneth Todd (36).

Petina Murray’s 42 gave her the winning slot in the Silver division just nudging Angela Mullerworth into second place on 41.The bronze division was taken by Anwen Breading with a fabulous 50 points which made her the clear winner of both the division and the trophy. Mickie Ward’s 41 gave her second place in the division.


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