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There was a maximum entry for the Seniors’ AmAm played at Thetford Golf Club, with representatives from 28 clubs throughout East Anglia taking part on a glorious day.

The winners, with a total of 84 Stableford points in the best-two-from-four format, were Terry Croker from the host club along with David Hone (Links GC, Newmarket), Graham McVie and Les Skepper (both Bishop’s Stortford).

They finished one point ahead of Ian Bartrum (Eaton), Paul Samain (Ufford Park), Richard Walters and John Stokes (both Diss) with the King’s Lynn quartet of Bob Murray, Ray Townsend, Richard Brown and Alan Dear third on 82.

The nearest-the-pin prizes went to Steve Fisher (Sutton Bridge) at the third and Alf Blunden (Wensum Valley) at the 16th.

The next open event at the club is a Men’s AmAm on Sunday, August 16. The closing date is August 2, and places are still available.

The cost is £140 per team of four and an entry form can be downloaded from www.thetfordgolfclub.co.uk

On Sunday the club’s development fund benefitted from a Texas Scramble competition, which was won with a terrific score of 56.0.

Matt Harben, Dan Traher, Robbie O’Brien and Ian Farnham recorded 12 birdies and an eagle at the 10th for a gross score of 58.

Second place went to Mark Henfield, Paul Pearce, Ross Sanford and John Fudge with 59.5 and the mixed team winners were Terry and Jennifer Aston and Mark and Clare Goodswen with 59.5.

Next Sunday, Thetford are involved in a Cullington Cup quarter-final at Swaffham. The team is Tony Brooks and Dave Fitchett, John Ward and Dean Scott, Mark Davis and John Barton and Robbie O’Brien and Simon Gorrod.



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