Gunner and son dominate club medal match
DIVISION A of a Saturday medal event at Chestfield Golf Club was won by Richard Gunner with net 74 points, on countback from Trevor Clarke.
Richard Gunner junior was third.
Division B was won, with net 67, by Samuel Perry ahead of Stephen Morphett, 71, and Martyn Town, 72. Gianni Vitiello took best gross with 82.
The Pilgrim's Hospice Medal is played in memory of past captain Robin Young.
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Winner of the Robin Young trophy, and also Division A, was Nick Gladstone with net 65.
Second was Phil Hughes, 69, ahead of Neil Brown.
Division B went to Ashton Evans, net 69, ahead of Neil Evans and Terry Hughes.
Best gross was Nick Gladstone's 69.
The club held its spring meeting and Gagain ladstone was victorious. He won on Saturday with net 66 ahead of Simon Columbell, 69, on countback from Neil Evans.
Gladstone also had the best gross. The following day's winner was Ted Gladdish, net 65, ahead of Phil Davis and Stuart Redsell, both 66.
Gladdish's 74 was the best gross.
Overall winner for the two days was Gladstone, net 136.
Stuart Redsell was second, net 137, and Roraidh Scott third.
DESPITE poor weather there was a big turn out for a spring meeting organised by the club's ladies section.
The Division One medal was won by Anne Gillon on countback from Debbie Godden, with Jenny Wilson third from Sally Davis and Penny Perkins.
Division Two was won by Val Brown on countback from Carol Bryden and Linda Young.
The Division Three honours went to Yvonne Philpott with Sue Martin in second and Kay Webber back in third.
Chris Dunlop won the prize for the best front nine and Kate Vane won the back. Anne Gillon won the scratch prize with the best gross score on countback from Penny Perkins.
EIGHTY members of the Chestfield Mitrebeens competed for the annual Mitrebeens Charity Cup.
Money raised this year went to the Alziemers Association, the captain's chosen charity.
Despite difficult conditions, some reasonable scores were returned.
The winner on countback with 38 stableford points was Past president, and club captain, John Lee, playing off a handicap of 20.
Second was Barry Waldock (h14) ahead of Billy Linggood (h18).
Fourth went to Richard Philpott (h21).