Did You Know: That Ryan Carter (Brickhampton Court) and Ethan Holway (The Kendleshire) have played in sixteen of the seventeen Jeff Hall Trophy events staged so far in 2019......a great effort from both boys

MEN'S 1ST TEAM - CHANNEL LEAGUE CHAMPIONS

Gary Ward, Gloucestershire County Captain

The County 1st Team have won The Channel League for the second year in succession, clinching the title in a rain delayed encounter against Gwent at Cotswold Hills.

 

Going into the match knowing that any kind of victory would be good enough, the team wasted no time in establishing an advantage, taking a 4-1 lead into "lunch" after the morning foursomes.

 

Due to heavy rain and mist the start of the match had to be delayed by two hours until 11am, so lunch was actually taken as a pit-stop on the terrace before heading straight back out for the afternoon singles.

 

The quick turnaround certainly didn't work against us though, and when Jake Phillips (Minchinhampton) rolled in a 50 foot putt on the final green to win the fourth match of the afternoon singles the trophy was retained.

 

The fact that Jake's putt rolled so smoothly across that green reflected brilliantly on the greens staff at Cotswold Hills. Despite the recent deluge, the course was presented in absolutely superb condition, and both teams were looked after superbly throughout the day both inside and outside of the clubhouse.

 

Over the last two seasons we have built a squad of great depth with an ideal blend of youth and experience. The players commitment to the cause has been quite superb, and that has been rewarded over the two years with nine wins, three halves and not a single defeat in any of our twelve Channel League matches.

 

The last time we won this title in successive years was twenty six years ago in 1992 & 1993. That team had a very similar feel about it to our current one; a number of players capable of playing at the very highest level of amateur golf blending perfectly with an even higher number of top class County golfers.

 

Three times in a row? Now that really would be something !!

 

THE WEST OF ENGLAND JUNIOR OPEN

Ryan with The Ken Newman Salver alongside Phil Porter (Tracy Park Club Captain) and Alan Robinson (County President)

Ryan Georgiou, from Pinner Hill Golf Club in Middlesex, is the new West of England Under 16 Junior Open Champion.

 

Ryan shot scores of 69 and 73 over the superbly presented Crown Course at Tracy Park to take The Ken Newman Salver by a single shot from Davina Xahn (Mendip Spring) and our own Milan Reed (Long Ashton).

 

This year's event saw an incredible entry of 110 players, and this was whittled down to the top 60 after a handicap ballot which came at 4; an incredible standard of golf for players at such a young age.

 

Despite the morning rain, the scoring reflected the strength of the field with nine players matching or bettering the standard scratch of 71.

 

Ryan led the pack though with a level par score of 69 that included five birdies, and he held on to his slender lead in the afternoon, six bogeys and a double bogey at the par four 7th being offset by birdies at the 12th and 16th, and a superb eagle three at the 517 yard 10th.

 

Mark Powell, Junior Organiser, said, "We had an extremely strong field this year which was great to see, and on behalf of the union we’d like to thank everyone for their interest. It’s so important for us to support young golfers in the game and by hosting the West of England U16 Championships we aim to provide talented young players with the opportunity to play at a high level and in championship conditions.

 

We hope that everybody enjoyed their day, and would especially like to thank Tracy Park for looking after everybody so well. It really is a first class venue."

 

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CITY & COUNTY at HENBURY

L to R - Nick Day, Jake Phillips, Joe Harvey and Adrian Bold (Club Captain)

Jake Phillips (Minchinhampton) held off the home favourite Nick Day to win the City & County of Bristol Open Amateur Stroke Play Championship at Henbury with an incredible 11 under par total of 127.

 

Nick, aiming to win his fourth City and County title, returned two impressive rounds of 66, and whilst that would have been good enough to win the title on numerous occasions in the past, it was far from good enough this year as Jake shot a six under par 63 in the morning, and followed it with an equally impressive round of 64 in the afternoon.

 

Joe Harvey (The Kendleshire) finished in a fairly distant third place with scores of 71 and 69.

 

As well as winning the title, Jake managed to beat the CSS score for the day (70, 71) by a whole 14 shots, and in so doing he reduced his own handicap to plus three, and set a 21st century scoring record for the 36 hole Duchess Salver events.....that's some achievement.

 

Nick's 2nd place finish was good enough however to see him win the Duchess Salver Order of Merit for the 7th successive season, and 10th time in all.....an incredible record that may never be equalled.

1ST TEAM vs DEVON

Will Mullins (Knowle Golf Club)

The County 1st Team kept their two year unbeaten Channel League record in tact with an amazing win away to Devon at Bovey Castle.
 
The win, by the closest of margins 8 games to 7, was again a triumph for the depth of our squad as we travelled again with only 5 players who represented us at South West Week back in June.

 

As always, the team was selected on merit, being based on the results from the four Duchess Salver events which took place in the break between fixtures.
 
The weekend didn’t start well, though, as Mike Lindsay withdrew on Sat afternoon with illness, not what a Captain wants the day before a critical match.

 

No problem though, as a quick call to Jonny Daniel (Henbury) our 2nd team Captain, who by the way was in Bruges, ensured we travelled with a full compliment. This included one of our U18 juniors Oli Jenkins (The Players) making his debut in the 1st team, along with a warm welcome back to old hand Ceri Fearnley (Knowle).


The team quickly got into their stride as top pairing of Joe Harvey (The Kendleshire) & Jake Phillips (Minchinhampton) cantered to a fine win. And what a great start by debutant Oli Jenkins playing with Sam Sullivan (Knowle) taking the spoils 3&1 against the seasoned pairing from Devon, of Bridgewater & Jones. Talking to Sam after the match, he just heaped praise on his young partner.


Further wins in the morning came from Ceri Fearnley & Jonny Daniel and Charlie Mclean & Josh Denley. We went into lunch 4 – 1 up, and in a very buoyant mood indeed.


The afternoon started off as we finished, with Joe Harvey always in command and increasing our lead by another point; just 3 more and we would be over the line to the magic figure of 8 points.

 

Well, this is where my stress started, as an unusual loss for Jake Phillips and an out of sorts Nick Day, only taking half a point, things started to unravel, to the point I couldn’t even see a halved match. OMG our awesome record and the Channel League really were on the line here.

 

So to the back of the field where Charlie Mclean (Minchinhampton) was in full control of his match being 5 up through 9 and strolled to a 4&3 win, but Josh Denley (Chipping Sodbury,) struggling to find his game, came up short losing 3&2. Now, I was really struggling to see where the points were coming from, as the rest of the team were having major battles

 

However, remember our young U18 Oli Jenkins, well he won 3 out of the last 4 holes to sneak his win. Now then, our last man on the course, Will Mullins was 1 down playing the 17th and up against a face in a green side bunker, with his opponent 18ft from the pin……stress level now in overload, Will had to get up and down, and he duly obliged, with his opponent missing the opportunity to win his game.

 

By now it felt like the whole world was watching this final hole by lining both sides of the fairway. With both players safely on the green, it became a putting competition and Will didn’t disappoint as he stroked in from 20ft for his birdie and our win (where there’s a Will, there’s a WIN). I can only say our side of the fairway were a little louder than the other side.


To say I was ecstatic, is an absolute understatement, and the team, well let’s say that’s the most fist pumping I’ve seen in years. It has to be said, the pride, passion and commitment from this squad has reached unmeasurable heights.


My personal thanks go out to our travelling supporters of President Alan Robinson, Immediate Past President Mike Doyle-Davidson, our Chairman Ian Cornwell and his wife Mary and my wife, Dawn. A huge thanks to Devon for selecting one of the best away courses the team have ever played. It was in amazing condition.


It only leaves me to say that the County 1st team are back at the top of the Channel League table. Our remaining matches take place at home to Glamorgan at Ross on Wye 6th October, and Gwent at home playing at Cotswold Hills 13th October. Needless to say 2 wins will seal the championship for the 2nd year running.

 

Gary Ward

1st Team Captain

THE KNOWLE GOLD MEDAL

Joe Harvey (The Kendleshire) with his Gold Medal

The strongest field of the Duchess Salver season assembled and amongst the favourites, playing off handicaps of +4, were defending champion, Nick Day (Henbury), Tillman Trophy Winner, Joe Harvey and Berkshire Trophy Winner, Haider Hussain (Kendleshire).


It has been a difficult week for the green staff, striving for their usual excellent standard of tournament presentation, against a backdrop of very heavy rain most days before the event. However they coped admirably and although a breezy day, the set up was ideal for good scoring.


So it proved with Harrison Otley-Woood (Cotswold Hills) surging into the lead with a four under par round of 66. He was closely followed by Nick Day and brother Mike on 67, with their Henbury Club mate Jonny Daniel on 68. The other player to beat par was Joe Harvey who was still in contention after scoring 69.

 

In afternoon, Mike Day and Jonny Daniel quickly fell out of contention and Harrison couldn't quite match the brilliance of the morning round.

 

It was therefore left to Joe Harvey and Nick Day playing together in the last group. With a one shot lead, It looked almost certain that Nick would win yet another Gold Medal, but an uncharacteristic bogey six on his 36th hole left a chance for Joe, who duly capitalised with a birdie and a round of 67 for a winning total of 136.


Dan Sheehan (knowle) came third with a steady total of 140. Dan also won the inaugural Rodney Tugwell Trophy, awarded to the best placed Knowle finisher.


Congratulations to Joe and thank you to the many volunteers who make the event one of the best in the region. Thanks also to Ryan Coles (Knowle Club Manager) for such an excellent report).

COTSWOLD HILLS ROSE BOWL

Nick Day (Henbury) won the Cotswold Hills Rose Bowl with an incredible score of 135, nine under par. Nick shot a one under par round of 71 in the morning, and followed it with an incredible eight under par score of 64 in the afternoon. The win, his first in the event at his fifth attempt, came by six shots from Harrison Ottley-Woodd of the home club.....more to follow.......full results>

U18 vs GWENT

The Under 18 team played their 2nd Channel League match of the 2019 season against Gwent u18’s at Tredegar Park in Newport, wanting to make amends after the loss in the first match of the campaign......and they got of to an excellent start in the morning, taking a 3-2 lead in the morning foursomes.

 

After some superb lunch, the boys headed onto the course for the afternoon singles and continued their great play, winning seven and halving one of the games on offer to take the match by 10.5 - 4.5 overall.


The boys should take a lot from this match in the way they stuck to their game plan and really did work hard and should take plenty of confidence into their next match v Wiltshire on Friday 16th August

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Our thanks go to everyone at Gwent and Tredegar Park GC for their hospitality both on and off the course and for preparing the course in such good condition.

 

The boys and Joint Manager, Lee Knapper, would also like to thank Team Coach Tom Motley for his great help and support during the day and also Past Presidents Peter French, Ian Cornwell and Ian’s Wife Mary for their support. Also, all our thanks to the parents of the boys for getting them to and from the course.

 

Match Results

THE FAILAND CUP

Jake Phillips (Minchinhampton) has taken the lead in The Duchess Salver by winning The Failand Cup at Bristol & Clifton with a one under par total of 139.


Jake’s win, his 4th in a Duchess Salver event, was far from easy though, particularly after being three over par after nine holes in the morning (starting from the 10th).


Responding superbly to his slow start, Jake reeled off seven birdies in the remaining 27 holes to return scores of 70 and 69, taking the title by a single shot from Jamie Li (Cumberwell Park).


Jamie, currently ranked inside the top 100 amateur players in the world, was one of many players from outside of Gloucestershire in the field, his two rounds of 69 and 70 seeing him into 2nd place by just one further shot from County stalwart Tom Workman (Minchinhampton).


Ollie Brimfield (Mendip Spring) came in 4th on 142, followed by Nick Day (Henbury), David Lake (Knowle) and Charlie McLean (Minchinhampton) in joint 5th.


With entries for all the Duchess Salver events on the rise, we’re all set for an exciting end to the season.


Having played just three events so far, Nick Day, currently 3rd, is still in a good position to retain his title, but for the first time in a few years he has some real competition at the top.


Next stop is the Rose Bowl at Cotswold Hills on 11th August, followed by the Gold Medal at Knowle on the 18th August and the City & County at Henbury on 8th September; an exciting end to the season is in store.

 

THE COTSWOLD TROPHY

Haider Hussain (The Kendleshire) shot a three under par score of 141 to win the Cotswold Trophy at Chipping Sodbury by two shots from Jake Phillips (Minchinhampton) and Ceri Fearnley (Knowle).


Haider opened up with a three under par round of 69 in the morning, to take a three shot lead over Joe Harvey (The Kendleshire) into lunch, and held off his challengers in the afternoon with a level par round of 72.


Haider’s win, his first in a Duchess Salver event, comes hot on the heels of his superb performance last weekend at The Berkshire Trophy where he beat a field of the very highest quality to tie for 1st place alongside Oliver Farrell (Evesham).


With plenty of points still to play for, Haider will no doubt be looking to follow in the footsteps of Mitch Waite (Filton) and Joe Long (Lansdown) in competing at the very top of the England Golf Order of Merit.


Meanwhile, Ceri’s 2nd place at Chipping Sodbury was his second runner-up spot in succession at a Duchess Salver event, a run of form that is sure to catch the eye of Gary Ward, the County Captain.


With three more Duchess Salver events to play before the next 1st Team match in September, there is still plenty of opportunity for players to stake a claim for selection.

 

Attention now turns to The Failand Cup at Bristol and Clifton on Sunday 14th July. With a full field, including many top class players from surrounding Counties, competiton for the top prize is sure to be high.

 

Full scores from Chipping Sodbury

1ST TEAM vs WILTSHIRE

Joe Harvey (The Kendleshire) - two wins from two - well played Flash !

The County 1st Team continued their fantastic start to the season, beating local rivals Wiltshire in the latest Channel League match at Minchinhampton.
 
The win, by a convincing margin of 9.5 games to 5.5, was a triumph for the depth of our squad as Gary Ward (Captain) was without four of the players who represented us so superbly at South West Week just two weeks ago.
 
No problem though, as Kieran Babbage (The Players Club), Nick Day (Henbury) and Andy Rudge (Bristol & Clifton) returned to the team alongside debutant Mike Lindsay (Cotswold Hills) who earned his call up following strong performances in The Ashton Vase and County Championship.
 
Mike wasted no time in getting his County career off to the best possible start, winning his debut foursomes game alongside Charlie Mclean (Minchinhampton) in game four by 2&1, and will no doubt be keen to keep his place in the team now that he’s had a taste of golf at this level.
 
Further wins in the morning came from the established pairings of Joe Harvey (The Kendleshire) & Jake Phillips (Minchinhampton) and Matt Bell (Lilley Brook) & Tom Workman (Minchinhampton), and a half from the experienced pairing of Nick Day & Andy Rudge took us into the interval in a very strong position.
 
Lunch must have tasted good too, as the boys quickly established a commanding lead in the afternoon. Four wins and two halves in the top six games put the match beyond our battling opponents, and Tom Workman used his local knowledge to great effect to put the icing on our victory cake.
 
Gary was understandably delighted with the day’s events, saying “I absolutely love leading this team. Their commitment and hunger is simply superb, and it’s great to see that we’re starting to develop a habit of playing some great golf at the sharp end of tight games. As always, our thanks go to Minchinhampton for looking after us so well. The course was in tremendous condition, and a real credit to the club.
 
This year’s Channel League fixture list allows us a long break now until the next game against Devon on 1st September at Bovey Castle, and with four Duchess Salver events in the intervening period there’s plenty of opportunity for players to force their way into the reckoning for the title run in. If that’s half as exciting as it was last year then we’ve got plenty to look forward to.”

 

SOUTH WEST WEEK

In a record breaking performance, the Men's 1st Team won the Match Play Shield at South West Week for the first time since 2016.....full report>>

THE ROSS SCRATCH CUP

County 1st Team regular Tom Workman (The Players Club) has won the Ross Scratch Cup for the fourth time, shooting 69 and 72 for a thirty six hole total of 141, 3 under par.

 

Tom took the title by a single shot from Ceri Fearnley (Filton) who came back brilliantly in the afternoon, recording a five under par 67 to follow his 75 in the morning.

 

Four players were tied for 3rd place, just a shot further back on 143. The presence of Joe Harvey (The Kendleshire), Matthew Bell (Lilley Brook) and Cameron Haines (Ross-on-Wye) amongst this group was much in line with expectatons, but the performance of Toby Janes (The Kendleshire) was quite incredible.

 

Toby, just 13 years of age, shot 72 in the morning, and followed it with a 73 in the afternoon to record the best performance in a Duchess Saver event from one so young since an 11 year old Chris Lloyd (The Kendleshire) finished 2nd in the Knowle Gold Medal of 2003.

 

Tom's win sees him move up to 2nd place in The Duchess Salver table, and with five events still to play this year he still has every opportunity to close the gap on defending champion Nick Day (Henbury).

 

The next Duchess Salver event is at Chipping Sodbury on Sunday 7th July (details here). It would be great to see as many low handicap players there as possible, challenging themselves against the very best players in the County.

 

Full scores from Ross-on-Wye

THE COUNTY BOYS CHAMPIONSHIP

Oli being congratulated by Tim Clink (Vice President)

Oliver Jenkins (The Players Club) is the new County Under 18 Champion following two really impressive rounds at Naunton Downs Golf Club in very tough conditions.

 

As a result, Oli will have his name added to the trophy alongside some of the finest names in the history of Gloucestershire Golf including Gordon Brand Jnr, Mark Sanders, Chris Wood and Mitch Waite.

 

The combination of a stiff breeze and rain, together with a fast running course made for a gruelling day, but Oli, just 16 years of age, responded superbly to shoot a three over par 36 hole total of 145.

 

A steady 76 in the morning saw him into lunch with a slender one shot lead from Alistair Curnock (Minchinhampton), but it was a different story altogether in the afternoon.

 

Whilst others were battling the elements, Oli recorded three birdies and fourteen pars, which together with a single dropped shot at the par 3 14th added up to an incredible two under par score of 69.

 

Despite slipping to an 81 in the afternoon, 16 year old Alistair was able to hold onto second place in the gross prizes, edging Toby Janes (The Kendleshire) into 3rd, with Max Holford (County Junior Captain) finishing 4th.

 

As well as taking the gross prize, Oli also recorded the best Nett score on 137, followed in 2nd place by Stanley Ballard (Sherdons), and in 3rd by Jamie Berry (Minchinhampton).

 

Both Stanley and Jamie achieved their best ever score to CSS in a ranking event, so a superb achievement for them as well.

 

As always, we can't close a Championship report without saying a massive thank you to everybody involved in putting it on; both those involved from the GGU Championship Team and from Naunton Downs Golf Club who looked after us so well. Proud to be a member of the GGU.

THE COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIP

Nick Day (Henbury) retained his County Championship title by returning scores of 67, 69, 74 and 71 for a 7 under par total of 281 at the beautifully presented Forest Hills Golf Club.

 

Nick took the title for the fourth time in five years by just two shots from Joe Harvey (The Kendleshire). Joe was a model of consistency throughout, his 283 total containing three individual rounds of 70, a performance that saw him take the Under 22 title for the second time. Jake Phillips (Minchinhampton) was a further two shots back on 285, followed by Sam Sullivan (Knowle) on 287.

 

Heading in to the final round, all four players had reason to think that it might be their year, but it was Nick's relentless quality from tee-to-green that saw him home in the end, a closing birdie putting the cherry on a very substantial cake.

 

Aside from the main prize, it was great to see Knowle, represented by Sam Sullivan and Will Mullins, pick up the team title, and Louis Ross (Long Ashton) take the prize for the leading score by an Under 18 on day one. Louis, just 15 years of age, deserves special mention; his four rounds of 74, 72, 79 and 74 taking him into 14th place, a tremendous performance that saw him finish ahead of some very experienced players.

 

In his victory speech, Nick paid tribute to the Forest Hills greenstaff who delivered a course that was in simply superb condition; a fitting venue for such a prestigious event.

 

Full scores

 

 

County Under 16 Championship

Milan Reed (Long Ashton) is the new County Under 16 Champion, shooting a superb score of 73 gross at Bristol & Clifton to take the title by two shots from clubmate Louis Ross and Toby Janes (The Kendleshire).

 

After dropping shots at the first two holes, Milan played the remaining holes in just one over par, two bogeys being offset by a tremendous birdie at the 16th where he chipped in from a difficult spot just off the back of the green.

 

As well as winning the main prize, Milan also took the Under 15 title, with Toby picking up the Under 14 title.

 

A tremendous day for Long Ashton was topped off by Djibrael Ali taking the best Nett prize in all three age categories. Djibrael shot a nett 64 playing off of 17, to finish four shots in front of Milan with Frankie Wallace (Cotswold Hills) and Jamie Berry (Minchinhampton just a shot further back.

 

As always, our thanks go to Bristol & Clifton for hosting us so brilliantly, and to Derek Buttler and his team for running the Championship as efficiently and professionally as ever.

 

Full scores

The Ashton Vase

Congratulations to Nick Day (Henbury) on getting his defence of The Duchess Salver off to the best possible start by winning The Ashton Vase at Long Ashton.

 

Nick shot scores of 72 and 69 for a 141 total which saw him home by a single shot from Josh Denley (Chipping Sodbury) who followed his 70 in the morning with a 72 in the afternoon.

 

High on the leader board in 3rd and 4th place were Cameron Haines (Ross-on-Wye) and Stuart Hardy (Forest Hills) respectively.

 

Nick's win was his 4th in The Ashton Vase, and his 30th in a Duchess Salver event since his first win in The City and County at Henbury back in 2003; an incedible achievement, and almost as many majors at Nicklaus and Woods combined!

 

The first event of the Duchess Salver season is always a popular event, but this years Ashton Vase exceeded all expectations with a top class field in which no less than 26 players were playing from a handicap of one or better.

 

The event was over-subscribed, and that can only be down to the tremendous efforts that the organising committee make to attract the best possible field.

 

Custom scorecards (we love those tear off strips), range balls, practice rounds and a beautifully presented course all help to create that big event feel, and the size of the entry reflects the players appeciation of those efforts..

 

Well done to everybody involved.

Midland Four Counties

A busy week for the Under 14s

The Under 14s have had a busy week. Firstly (image top right), the boys were held to a halve by the County Academy at Cirencester, but followed that up with a tremendous victory at Burnham and Berrow against Somerset.....results>>

Junior Training Day at Lydney

Massive thanks to Lydney Golf Club for looking after us so well - an enjoyable day all round

Under 16 vs Worcestershire

The battling qualities of our Under 16s was there for all to see in the opening match of the season against Worcestershire at Naunton Downs Golf Club. The boys took a narrow 3-2 lead into lunch, and held off a strong Worcestershire team to come through 8-7 overall. Coach James Tuch was paricularly impressed with the boys maturity and ability to perform under pressure; great signs for the future.....match results

Under 18 vs County Ladies

The new look kit inspired our County Under 18 Team to a 10-0 victory against the County Ladies at Henbury today (24th Mar). The boys looked great, and played pretty well too! Thanks as always to everyone who helped us put this match on. Great to see so many people out supporting too.

Junior vs Pros

Andy Rudge, Alistair Curnock and Lewis Ault came out on top in this year's Christmas Challenge event at Minchinhampton. The annual event was superbly supported as always, and our special thanks go to the pros and 1st Team players who made it such a special day for the next generation of County stars; namely, Ross Langdon, Stuart Little, Chris Lloyd, Joe Long, Charlie McLean, Jake Phillips, Andy Rudge and Chris Wood.

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Haider Hussain (The Kendleshire) shot a three under par score of 141 to win the Cotswold Trophy at Chipping Sodbury by two shots from Jake Phillips (Minchinhampton) and Ceri Fearnley (Knowle).


Haider opened up with a three under par round of 69 in the morning, to take a three shot lead over Joe Harvey (The Kendleshire) into lunch, and held off his challengers in the afternoon with a level par round of 72.


Haider’s win, his first in a Duchess Salver event, comes hot on the heels of his superb performance last weekend at The Berkshire Trophy where he beat a field of the very highest quality to tie for 1st place alongside Oliver Farrell (Evesham).


With plenty of points still to play for, Haider will no doubt be looking to follow in the footsteps of Mitch Waite (Filton) and Joe Long (Lansdown) in competing at the very top of the England Golf Order of Merit.


Meanwhile, Ceri’s 2nd place at Chipping Sodbury was his second runner-up spot in succession at a Duchess Salver event, a run of form that is sure to catch the eye of Gary Ward, the County Captain.


With three more Duchess Salver events to play before the next 1st Team match in September, there is still plenty of opportunity for players to stake a claim for selection.

 

Attention now turns to The Failand Cup at Bristol and Clifton on Sunday 14th July. With a full field, including many top class players from surrounding Counties, competiton for the top prize is sure to be high.

 

Full scores from Chipping Sodbury

 

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