Warner wins at Woodbury Park

17:19 04 April 2012

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The Woodbury Park Seniors played the fourth round of the Winter Eclectic last weekend, writes Carole Pye.

Peter Warner, who had led from the first round, won the First Division with David Morris coming a close second.

Mike Dickens was the overall winner of the Second Division ahead of Tim Rufus. The Winter League was also won by Peter Warner; with Norman Baker runner-up.

The competition on the previous weekend was an Individual Stableford. The winning lady Paula Cowl had 30 points with the runner-up, Norma Foster, on 27.

From an excellent turnout, the men’s first division was won by David - Phil Reed on 40 points with Colin Wilson, a close second, on 39.

The scoring in the Second Division was very tight; Robin Dummelow (41) just edged out Ralph Karkeek on 40.

Mick Richardson took the Third Division with 40, followed by John Ash on 37. The overall best score was Robin Dummelow in Division Two.

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