County captains compete at Saunton

17:36 10 April 2012

Devon captain Mike Angelos, vice captain Mike Penlington and the Devon Team with the championship trophy

Devon captain Mike Angelos, vice captain Mike Penlington and the Devon Team with the championship trophy

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ONE hundred and forty four captains and past captains arrived at Saunton Golf Club for the inaugural West of England Captains’ Inter County Championship, representing Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Somerset and Wiltshire. Teams of 24 from each of the respective County Captains’ Associations competed in the Betterball Stableford event, with six pairs on each of Saunton’s East and West courses. Results: 1, Devon 436 pts; 2, Somerset 431; 3, Cornwall 426; 4, Dorset and Gloucestershire 419; 6, Wiltshire 405. Best pair East, R. Knibb and I. Wood (Wiltshire) 41pts. Best pair West, R. Hancock and A. Hatter (Wiltshire) 42 pts.

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