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 This week’s view from the patio came with the aid of an umbrella but there were some highlights to report on … Matt and Tom find fame A titanic tussle for the Groves Cup stableford with Club Champion, James Arniel just pipping recent Peel Town Cup winner, David Kinrade, on countback in an exciting finish. Mark Moran continued with his return to form and a birdie two on the third and 38 points put him in fifth place just ahead of Michael Loughrey Ray Jopson and John Quayle. Danny Foulis was in the mix with an impressive back 9 of 33 shots resulting in 38 points and fourth place. Bob Arneil is also enjoying some consistent scoring, an opening birdie is always a good start. A further birdie on the 12th put him in contention but three consecutive bogeys from the 13th knocked the edge off what could have been a winning score. His 38 points and third place was the score to beat. Out on the course were James Arneil and David Kinrade whose front 9 of 36 shots after a dropped shot on the 3rd laid down the gauntlet to put him in contention. Arneil started erratically, dropping a shot on the first and third however the front 9 included three birdies to steady the ship. The road home started with a birdie on the 10th and again crucially on the 17th. A flawless back 9 of 33 shots gave him 39 points. Kinrade kept up the pressure with a steady run of pars all the way to the 16th. He took the birdie opportunity on 16th and could win it outright if he had played to par on the final two holes. Crucially a dropped shot on the 17th meant it would be decided on countback with both players were tied on 39 points. That dropped shot on 17 meant it was second place for him and the flawless back 9 a win on countback for James Arneil. The newly re-furbished Famous Plough 4BBB saw 10 duos make 65 or better. David Gaines and Brian Reid along with three others tied on the excellent score of 64 didn’t quite make the prizes. Just ahead of the bunch were Simon Callow partnered by Adam Greenwood securing fourth place on a countback with a score of 63 just edging out Stan Ryzak and Gary Uren who had to be satisfied with fifth place. On 62 and in third place was the individually in-form players, Jason Orr and Gareth Hooson-Owen, who also proved to be a strong team. Taking second place on a countback was the ever reliable Stu Douglas and Ian Liddle. The winners by just one shot on 61 were Matt Wilshaw and Tom Wollin. A Famous victory and it’s always worth a trip down to the Plough to celebrate win, lose or draw!
 This week’s view from the patio came with the aid of an umbrella but there were some highlights to report on … Matt and Tom find fame A titanic tussle for the Groves Cup stableford with Club Champion, James Arniel just pipping recent Peel Town Cup winner, David Kinrade, on countback in an exciting finish. Mark Moran continued with his return to form and a birdie two on the third and 38 points put him in fifth place just ahead of Michael Loughrey Ray Jopson and John Quayle. Danny Foulis was in the mix with an impressive back 9 of 33 shots resulting in 38 points and fourth place. Bob Arneil is also enjoying some consistent scoring, an opening birdie is always a good start. A further birdie on the 12th put him in contention but three consecutive bogeys from the 13th knocked the edge off what could have been a winning score. His 38 points and third place was the score to beat. Out on the course were James Arneil and David Kinrade whose front 9 of 36 shots after a dropped shot on the 3rd laid down the gauntlet to put him in contention. Arneil started erratically, dropping a shot on the first and third however the front 9 included three birdies to steady the ship. The road home started with a birdie on the 10th and again crucially on the 17th. A flawless back 9 of 33 shots gave him 39 points. Kinrade kept up the pressure with a steady run of pars all the way to the 16th. He took the birdie opportunity on 16th and could win it outright if he had played to par on the final two holes. Crucially a dropped shot on the 17th meant it would be decided on countback with both players were tied on 39 points. That dropped shot on 17 meant it was second place for him and the flawless back 9 a win on countback for James Arneil. The newly re-furbished Famous Plough 4BBB saw 10 duos make 65 or better. David Gaines and Brian Reid along with three others tied on the excellent score of 64 didn’t quite make the prizes. Just ahead of the bunch were Simon Callow partnered by Adam Greenwood securing fourth place on a countback with a score of 63 just edging out Stan Ryzak and Gary Uren who had to be satisfied with fifth place. On 62 and in third place was the individually in-form players, Jason Orr and Gareth Hooson-Owen, who also proved to be a strong team. Taking second place on a countback was the ever reliable Stu Douglas and Ian Liddle. The winners by just one shot on 61 were Matt Wilshaw and Tom Wollin. A Famous victory and it’s always worth a trip down to the Plough to celebrate win, lose or draw!
 This week’s view from the patio came with the aid of an umbrella but there were some highlights to report on … Matt and Tom find fame A titanic tussle for the Groves Cup stableford with Club Champion, James Arniel just pipping recent Peel Town Cup winner, David Kinrade, on countback in an exciting finish. Mark Moran continued with his return to form and a birdie two on the third and 38 points put him in fifth place just ahead of Michael Loughrey Ray Jopson and John Quayle. Danny Foulis was in the mix with an impressive back 9 of 33 shots resulting in 38 points and fourth place. Bob Arneil is also enjoying some consistent scoring, an opening birdie is always a good start. A further birdie on the 12th put him in contention but three consecutive bogeys from the 13th knocked the edge off what could have been a winning score. His 38 points and third place was the score to beat. Out on the course were James Arneil and David Kinrade whose front 9 of 36 shots after a dropped shot on the 3rd laid down the gauntlet to put him in contention. Arneil started erratically, dropping a shot on the first and third however the front 9 included three birdies to steady the ship. The road home started with a birdie on the 10th and again crucially on the 17th. A flawless back 9 of 33 shots gave him 39 points. Kinrade kept up the pressure with a steady run of pars all the way to the 16th. He took the birdie opportunity on 16th and could win it outright if he had played to par on the final two holes. Crucially a dropped shot on the 17th meant it would be decided on countback with both players were tied on 39 points. That dropped shot on 17 meant it was second place for him and the flawless back 9 a win on countback for James Arneil. The newly re-furbished Famous Plough 4BBB saw 10 duos make 65 or better. David Gaines and Brian Reid along with three others tied on the excellent score of 64 didn’t quite make the prizes. Just ahead of the bunch were Simon Callow partnered by Adam Greenwood securing fourth place on a countback with a score of 63 just edging out Stan Ryzak and Gary Uren who had to be satisfied with fifth place. On 62 and in third place was the individually in-form players, Jason Orr and Gareth Hooson-Owen, who also proved to be a strong team. Taking second place on a countback was the ever reliable Stu Douglas and Ian Liddle. The winners by just one shot on 61 were Matt Wilshaw and Tom Wollin. A Famous victory and it’s always worth a trip down to the Plough to celebrate win, lose or draw!
 This week’s view from the patio came with the aid of an umbrella but there were some highlights to report on … Matt and Tom find fame A titanic tussle for the Groves Cup stableford with Club Champion, James Arniel just pipping recent Peel Town Cup winner, David Kinrade, on countback in an exciting finish. Mark Moran continued with his return to form and a birdie two on the third and 38 points put him in fifth place just ahead of Michael Loughrey Ray Jopson and John Quayle. Danny Foulis was in the mix with an impressive back 9 of 33 shots resulting in 38 points and fourth place. Bob Arneil is also enjoying some consistent scoring, an opening birdie is always a good start. A further birdie on the 12th put him in contention but three consecutive bogeys from the 13th knocked the edge off what could have been a winning score. His 38 points and third place was the score to beat. Out on the course were James Arneil and David Kinrade whose front 9 of 36 shots after a dropped shot on the 3rd laid down the gauntlet to put him in contention. Arneil started erratically, dropping a shot on the first and third however the front 9 included three birdies to steady the ship. The road home started with a birdie on the 10th and again crucially on the 17th. A flawless back 9 of 33 shots gave him 39 points. Kinrade kept up the pressure with a steady run of pars all the way to the 16th. He took the birdie opportunity on 16th and could win it outright if he had played to par on the final two holes. Crucially a dropped shot on the 17th meant it would be decided on countback with both players were tied on 39 points. That dropped shot on 17 meant it was second place for him and the flawless back 9 a win on countback for James Arneil. The newly re-furbished Famous Plough 4BBB saw 10 duos make 65 or better. David Gaines and Brian Reid along with three others tied on the excellent score of 64 didn’t quite make the prizes. Just ahead of the bunch were Simon Callow partnered by Adam Greenwood securing fourth place on a countback with a score of 63 just edging out Stan Ryzak and Gary Uren who had to be satisfied with fifth place. On 62 and in third place was the individually in-form players, Jason Orr and Gareth Hooson-Owen, who also proved to be a strong team. Taking second place on a countback was the ever reliable Stu Douglas and Ian Liddle. The winners by just one shot on 61 were Matt Wilshaw and Tom Wollin. A Famous victory and it’s always worth a trip down to the Plough to celebrate win, lose or draw!
 This week’s view from the patio came with the aid of an umbrella but there were some highlights to report on … Matt and Tom find fame A titanic tussle for the Groves Cup stableford with Club Champion, James Arniel just pipping recent Peel Town Cup winner, David Kinrade, on countback in an exciting finish. Mark Moran continued with his return to form and a birdie two on the third and 38 points put him in fifth place just ahead of Michael Loughrey Ray Jopson and John Quayle. Danny Foulis was in the mix with an impressive back 9 of 33 shots resulting in 38 points and fourth place. Bob Arneil is also enjoying some consistent scoring, an opening birdie is always a good start. A further birdie on the 12th put him in contention but three consecutive bogeys from the 13th knocked the edge off what could have been a winning score. His 38 points and third place was the score to beat. Out on the course were James Arneil and David Kinrade whose front 9 of 36 shots after a dropped shot on the 3rd laid down the gauntlet to put him in contention. Arneil started erratically, dropping a shot on the first and third however the front 9 included three birdies to steady the ship. The road home started with a birdie on the 10th and again crucially on the 17th. A flawless back 9 of 33 shots gave him 39 points. Kinrade kept up the pressure with a steady run of pars all the way to the 16th. He took the birdie opportunity on 16th and could win it outright if he had played to par on the final two holes. Crucially a dropped shot on the 17th meant it would be decided on countback with both players were tied on 39 points. That dropped shot on 17 meant it was second place for him and the flawless back 9 a win on countback for James Arneil. The newly re-furbished Famous Plough 4BBB saw 10 duos make 65 or better. David Gaines and Brian Reid along with three others tied on the excellent score of 64 didn’t quite make the prizes. Just ahead of the bunch were Simon Callow partnered by Adam Greenwood securing fourth place on a countback with a score of 63 just edging out Stan Ryzak and Gary Uren who had to be satisfied with fifth place. On 62 and in third place was the individually in-form players, Jason Orr and Gareth Hooson-Owen, who also proved to be a strong team. Taking second place on a countback was the ever reliable Stu Douglas and Ian Liddle. The winners by just one shot on 61 were Matt Wilshaw and Tom Wollin. A Famous victory and it’s always worth a trip down to the Plough to celebrate win, lose or draw!
 This week’s view from the patio came with the aid of an umbrella but there were some highlights to report on … Matt and Tom find fame A titanic tussle for the Groves Cup stableford with Club Champion, James Arniel just pipping recent Peel Town Cup winner, David Kinrade, on countback in an exciting finish. Mark Moran continued with his return to form and a birdie two on the third and 38 points put him in fifth place just ahead of Michael Loughrey Ray Jopson and John Quayle. Danny Foulis was in the mix with an impressive back 9 of 33 shots resulting in 38 points and fourth place. Bob Arneil is also enjoying some consistent scoring, an opening birdie is always a good start. A further birdie on the 12th put him in contention but three consecutive bogeys from the 13th knocked the edge off what could have been a winning score. His 38 points and third place was the score to beat. Out on the course were James Arneil and David Kinrade whose front 9 of 36 shots after a dropped shot on the 3rd laid down the gauntlet to put him in contention. Arneil started erratically, dropping a shot on the first and third however the front 9 included three birdies to steady the ship. The road home started with a birdie on the 10th and again crucially on the 17th. A flawless back 9 of 33 shots gave him 39 points. Kinrade kept up the pressure with a steady run of pars all the way to the 16th. He took the birdie opportunity on 16th and could win it outright if he had played to par on the final two holes. Crucially a dropped shot on the 17th meant it would be decided on countback with both players were tied on 39 points. That dropped shot on 17 meant it was second place for him and the flawless back 9 a win on countback for James Arneil. The newly re-furbished Famous Plough 4BBB saw 10 duos make 65 or better. David Gaines and Brian Reid along with three others tied on the excellent score of 64 didn’t quite make the prizes. Just ahead of the bunch were Simon Callow partnered by Adam Greenwood securing fourth place on a countback with a score of 63 just edging out Stan Ryzak and Gary Uren who had to be satisfied with fifth place. On 62 and in third place was the individually in-form players, Jason Orr and Gareth Hooson-Owen, who also proved to be a strong team. Taking second place on a countback was the ever reliable Stu Douglas and Ian Liddle. The winners by just one shot on 61 were Matt Wilshaw and Tom Wollin. A Famous victory and it’s always worth a trip down to the Plough to celebrate win, lose or draw!