Maxitours at Marvellous Vale Royal

*Spaces in the two day Cheshire classic at Prestbury and Mottram Hall (just £55) Thurs 28th and Fri 29th March*

*Still Room at rearranged Fairhaven Team of 4 on 24th April- the course should be terrific!!*

Maxitours at tremendous Vale Royal

As most other Cheshire golf courses were closing due to heavy overnight rain this was never going to be a problem at the best draining course in Cheshire -Vale Royal.

Maxitours players love this place and Vale Royal didn’t disappoint with hand mown greens and freshly cut holes. Thanks to head green keeper Justin Lee, his excellent reputation continues to grow- a top man!
Thanks also to Club Manager Ian Embury and his five star team who work so hard for us throughout the day.

Jim Caldwell had to get a late replacement late last night after the usually reliable Bob Picthall had his latest bout of gout. Bob has just returned from 6 weeks in Australia but the vast quantities of Australian shiraz he consumed is just starting to kick in.

Paul Gilbert emailed me yesterday afternoon asking me if today’s event was going to go ahead. I had to email back immediately to apologise and explain that my crystal ball wasn’t working at the moment. I did manage to predict that he wouldn’t come in the prizes and I got that one right.

The scoring looked pretty average throughout the day as a reflection of how tough this layout plays in a breeze. Alsagers Dave Mason(12) and Dave Marchant(16) were delighted with 42 points but just got pipped into 5th place on the back nine by Dave Cooper(15) and Paul Fell(4).

Taking the early lead was Damien Wasey(10) and Rob Fairhurst(22) from Lymm. Damien likes to keep this quiet but his favourite hobby is NEEDLEWORK!! The two friends patched together a good core. I asked them how they played after their round:
‘We knitted very nicely.’

Retired Joe Yates(14) and Gary Neiles(5) from Lymm have found some form lately as they took second place with a battling 43 points.

As the wind eased a little late in the day Wolstantons’ strange talking Dave Sayer(8) and Rob Bentley(12) took first place. Bentley only came in twice on the first 14 holes as his partner held things together before finishing strongly , the highlight being a par on the superb 17th hole.

Well played chaps. Thanks to everyone for your support today- I hope you enjoyed the very fresh air!

Nearest the Pin 10th Dave Sayer Dozen AD333
Nearest the Pin 16th Martin France Dozen AD333
2’s Sweep £157.50 6 Pro V1s or 14 srixons

David Kelly x2 Scott Ryan Roger Parsons Brian Hopkins Martin France Paul Dalby Tom Dobbins

Vale Royal 15-March-19
Pos Player pairings Score OoM Comment
1 Dave Sayer, Rob Bentley 43 12 Galvin Green Shirt each
2 Joe Yates, Gary Neiles 43 11 Maxitours sweater each
3 Rob Fairhurst, Damien Wasey 42 10 Stuburt quilt top each
4 Paul Fell, Dave Cooper 42 9 Stuburt quilt top each
5 Dave Mason, Dave Marchant 42 8 Stuburt quilt top each
6 Danny Clayton, Mark Taylor 41 7 Maxitours shirt each
7 Dave Goodwin, Mark Buckley 41 6 Maxitours shirt each
8 Brian Hopkins, Gary Bresnahan 41 5 Callaway shirt each
9 David Kelly, David Wilkinson 40 4 Maxitours bag towel each
10 John Hilditch, Iain Bartholomew 40 3 Maxitours bag towel each
11 Roger Percival, Ed Wilkinson 40 2
12 Martin France, Pete Atherton 40 1
13= Mike Lambe, Mark Clewley 40
13= John Owen, Gareth Bradley 40
15= Craig Dyson, Paul Cunliffe 39
15= Arthur Grey, Andy Moss 39
15= Sam Leach, Chris Walley 39
15= Rob Kenyon, Steve Merricks 39
15= Paul Woodbine, Richard Williamson 39
15= Andy Moon, Barry Rigby 39
15= Alan Forber, John Longworth 39
22= Andy Stone, Daniel Dunn 38
22= Joe Kirwan, Al Demmy 38
22= Richard Blackwell, Peter Griggs 38
22= Roger Parsons, Norman Gordon 38
22= Lewis Marland, Paul Dickens 38
27= John Dickenson, Jim Rymer 37
27= Jim Hodges, Bob Chester 37
27= Dan Huffman, Pete Mellor 37
27= Les Russon, 37
27= John Pratt, Paul Smith 37
27= Peter O’Driscoll, Steve Parle 37
33= Neil Drummond, Pat O’Dowd 36
33= Scott Ryan, Matthew Wallwork 36
33= Pat O’Dowd, Neil Drummond 36
33= David Smith, Gordon Warke 36
37= Steph Hamilton, Steve Lambert 35
37= Mike Lowe, Nigel Ashton 35
39= Jim Caldwell, John Hume 34
39= Mark McGuire, Pete Warburton 34
39= Steve Gibbons, Dave Bentley 34
39= Russell Humphries, Ian Hazelwood 34
39= Lee Williams, Phil Collinson 34
44= Brian Fisher, Chris Wilkinson 33
44= Peter Maher, Martin Higgins 33
44= Munro Donald, Dave Westwood 33
44= Tom Dobbins , Chris Dykens 33
48= Barry Simpson , Pete Sinclair 32
48= Pete Birtwistle, Chris Bracchi 32
50= Dave Keen, Mike Fergusson 31
50= Mike Taylor, Ian Neilson 31
50= Mark Birtwistle, Steve Kenny 31
53 Bev Crute, Tony Andrews 30
54= John Johnston, Martin Oldfield 29
54= Ian Macklin, Vic Strata 29
56= John Atkin, Stuart Blake 28
56= John Farnsworth, Frank Hindle 28
58 Bill Melia, Jack Clarke 27

Dunham Forest start times Thursday 21st March

8.00 Colin Roberts x4
8.09 Jim Caldwell x4
8.18 Simon Hemsley x4
8.27 Phil Vokes x4
8.36 Rob Platt x4
8.45 Ged Keary x4
8.54Stuart Reynolds x4
9.03Brian Greenbank x4
9.12 Jim McEvans x4
9.21 Ron Sloane x4
9.30 Peter Dobson x4
9.39 John Hilditch x2 Lewis Marland x2
9.48 Dave Sully x4
9.57 Paul Fell x4
10.06 John Hunt x4
10.15 Dave Blood x4
10.24 Percival x2 -2 players req
10.33 Mick Mahon x4
10.42Steve Aspinall x4
10.51 Simon Poucher x4
11.00 Jim Clarke x4
11.09 Les Russon x4
11.18 Nigel Hallows x4
11.27 Jerry Salmon x2 Chris Adams x2
11.36 Tom Butler x4
11.45 Paul Evans x4
11.54 Sam Leach x4
12.03 Pete Maher x4
12.12 Ian Marchant x4
12.21Richard Blackwell x4
12.30 Koos Alders x4
12.39 Ian Hellens x4
12.48 Richard Willianmson x4
12.57 Brian Hopkins x4

Vale Royal still on and looking good- Fairhaven rescheduled!

*Great news- Fairhaven Wilson sponsored event now rearranged for Weds 24th April and is now a team of 4 event as well as an event on its own it will also be part of a two day links Classic with Caldy on Thursday 25th April let me know if you wish to play*

Dear Maxitours player,

Vale Royal are very confident that the event will go ahead tomorrow as no rain is forecast after 8am and the course has superb drainage.

My website will be updated at 8am for the later starters.

I coached all afternoon and it was very pleasant out there in the wind today!

There is room for pairs at 8.29am, 9.15am 10.48am and 1.12pm let me know if you want some fresh air on a great course!

Thanks Tim

8.20 David Kelly x4
8.29 Colin Roberts x2 – 1 pair required
8.38 Jim Caldwell x4
8.47 Simon Hemsley x4
8.56 Craig Dyson x4
9.06 Neil Drummond x4
9.24 John Dickenson x3 Andy Moss x1
9.30 John Johnstone x4
10.39 Mick Mahon x4
10.57 Steph Hamilton x4
11.06 Paul Fell x4
11.15 Brian Hopkins x2 Lewis Marland x2
11.24 Mike Gray x4
11.33 Peter Birtwistle x2 Dave Keen x2
11.42 Bev Crute x4
11.51 Dan Huffman x4
12.00 Pete Maher x4
12.09 Roger Percival x4
12.18 Sam Leach x4
12,27 Paul Gilbert x4
12.36 Barrie Simpson x2 Mike Lambe x2
12.45 Les Russon x4
12.54 John Hilditch x4
1.03 Paul Dalby x4
1.21 Richard Williamson x4
1.30 David Smith x4
1.39 Gary Parle x4
1.48 David Smith x4
1.57 Bernard Wood x4
2.06 Chris Ernill x4
2.24 Joe Yates x 4

Maxitours at Classy Conwy

Next weeks fantastic venues !
Fairhaven-Tuesday 12th March -spaces
Vale Royal Friday 15th March- spaces

Maxitours at Classy Conwy

A Blustery day saw nearly 100 windswept Maxitours golfers relishing the stunning challenge that is Conwy Golf Club.

The freshly rivetted bunkers looked in excellent condition and the fast running fairways are getting back to their very best. The superb greens were freshly cut and rolled and the holes were changed for our players today. -Brilliant.

New general Manager Matt Parsley is doing a superb job and is well on the way to establishing Conwy as the premier venue in Wales. Thanks to everyone at this lovely Club for your efforts today.
‘That was a proper test of golf-brilliant’ Oozed Dave Blood
‘The pins were tucked away- I think the green keeper had a row with his wife this morning!’ Observed Paul Dalby
‘I got blown away out there, but in a strange way I enjoyed it!’ Reported Barrie Simpson

Jonny Barton never gets a mention in my reports due to his average personality, average looks, average height and very average golf. He gave me a piece of paper to help me with my report after staying up all night thinking how he could get a mention.
‘Climatic day at cool, clearing, Curtis cup venue- Championship Conwy’ Thanks Jonny. You might get another mention in five years time or so.

Graham Jackson is very competitive but he hit some shorter than usual drives today. He was in the bar blaming his poor form on his recent weight loss. ‘How much have you shed?’ I enquired to the portly Heyrose man.
‘About 2 and a half pounds’ He replied proudly munching on a bag of KP peanuts.

Peter Freeman has no idea how to charm the tournament organiser. I haven’t seen him for a couple of years and the first comment he made after looking at me was:
‘I think your website picture needs updating.’
It’s a Shotgun start next week Pete- bring your hiking boots.

Peter Ledgers’ team were going well until they had to rely on him on the 14th hole. He was faced with a delicate chip over a bunker which was marked as GUR. His new nickname is OKE COKE as he went in and out of it three times before turning around and shaking his head all about.

The best scores of the day were from the early starters who missed the afternoon squalls.

Bramall battlers Steve Merricks(4), Les Russon(12), Rob Kenyon (13)and Gavin Spencer(16) were surprised and delighted to take 3rd spot with 79 points.

Wilmslow Jim Caldwell (11) Bryce Brooks (6) Russell Cash (6) and Liam Pilkington(12) all played well to score 82points but they were quieter than you would imagine after picking up just two points on their final hole to narrowly miss out on victory.

Paul Fell(5) has waited 8 months for a win and then he has two on the bounce. I watched Ben Kinsey(5) and Mark Hughes(8) both make birdies on the closing hole to leap frog into the lead. Dave Cooper(16) was their 4th player. Well played chaps – great golf in the breeze!

Thanks to all players for your attendance today.
Yours in Golf, Tim

Nearest the Pin 2nd Dozen AD333s Jim Clarke
Nearest the Pin 15th Dozen AD333s Neil Edwards
2’s £135 Ben Kinsey Neil Edwards Lee Smith Graham Wilkinson Colin Berry Chris Wrighton 6 Pro V1s or 14 srixons per two

Conwy 4-March-2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Paul Fell, Ben Kinsey, Dave Cooper, Mark Hughes 83 12 Maxitours sweater each
2 Jim Caldwell, Russell Cash, Liam Pilkington, Bryce Brooks 82 10 Cutter and Buck top each
3 Les Russon, Steve Merricks, Rob Kenyon, Gav Spencer 79 8 Maxitours shirt each
4 Dougie Norman, James McNaughton, Rob Rolt, Bob Harrison 79 6 Maxitours shirt each
5 Alan Simpson, Steve Aspinall, Graham Wilkinson, Colin Berry 79 4 Maxitours bag towel each
6 Jim Clarke, Graham Jackson, Pete Booth, Norrie Erwin 78 2
7= Graham Davenport, Janet Heywood, Steve Heywood, Ian Appleton 78
7= Paul Rudkin, Chris Wrighton, Craig Gorton, Mike Lomax 78
9 Mike Spencer, Gareth Bradley, Maria Spencer, Joe Kirwan 77
10 Colin Roberts, Mike Upton, Dave Marchant, Dave Mason 76
11 Ian Hellens , Nathan Pugh, Stuart Birrell, Brian Yardley 75
12 Ed Pysden, Steve Levitt, Richard Payne, Simon Moorhouse 74
13= Richard Blackwell, Paul Beeson, Keith Potter, Peter Freeman 72
13= Dave Harlow, David Kelly, John Atkin, Stuart Blake 72
13= Andy Sandham, Dave Blood, Michael Humphries, John Marchmant 72
13= Roger Percival, Martin France, Pete Atherton, Ed Wilkinson 72
17= Jim Lindsay, Andy Stapley, Alan Booth, Barry Simpson 71
17= Nigel Hallows, Barney Ross, Paul Dalby, John Hilton 71
19= Sam Leach, Chris Walley, Johnny Barton, Jim Hodges 68
19= Jimmy McEwan, Jason Atherton, Paul Woods, George Andrews 68
19= Simon Poucher, Ollie Tovee, Brendan Leighton, Andy Stone 68
22 Neil Edwards, Dave Lee, Tim Potter, Lee Smith 65

Fairhaven start sheet 12th March 2019
1a Mick Mahon x4
1b Ian Hellens x4
2 Les Russon x4
3a Steve Aspinall x4
3b Mike George x4
4a Duncan Challen x4
4b Dave Blease x4
5 Peter Dobson x4
6a Kevin Hart x4
6b Koos Alders x4
7 Steph Hamilton x4
8a Phil Vokes x4
8b Dave Sully x4
9a Munro Donald x4
10 Lewis Marland x4
11a Paul Fell x4
11b Dave Blood x4
12 Ian Hellens x4
12ba Paul Hitchen x2 Mark Hughes x1 Richard Brown tbc x1
13 Jerry Salmon x2 Richard Blackwell x2
14 Chris Adams x4
15a Paul Rudkin x4
15b Mike Tarrant x4
16 Dave Boltonx4
18a John Gallagher x4
Nigel Hallows x4
Colin Byrne x4 18

Vale Royal start sheet 15th March
8.20 David Kelly x4
8.29 Colin Roberts x4
8.38 Jim Caldwell x4
8.47 Simon Hemsley x4
9.06 Neil Drummond x3 – 1 player required
9.15 Phil Vokes x4
9.24 John Dickenson x4
10.30 Dave Blood x4
10.39 Mick Mahon x4
10.48 Lewis Marland x4
10.57 John Johnson x4
11.06 Paul Fell x4
11.24 Mike Gray x4
11.33 Peter Birtwistle x2 Dave Keen x2
11.42 Bev Crute x4
11.51 Dan Huffman x4
12.00 Pete Maher x4
12.09 Roger Percival x4
12,27 Paul Gilbert x4
12.36 Barrie Simpson x2 Mike Lambe x2
12.45 Les Russon x4
12.54 John Hilditch x4
1.03 Nigel Hallows x4
1.12 Brian Hopkins x4
1.21 Richard Williamson x4
1.30 David Smith x4
1.39 Gary Parle x4
1.48 David Smith x4
1.57 Bernard Wood x4
2.06 Chris Ernill x4
2.15 Steve Parle x4
2.24 Joe Yates x 4

Results from wonderful Wilmslow

Spaces at these great events this Spring!
Fairhaven 12th March
Vale Royal 15th March
Knutsfprd 4th April
Galvin Green Classic at Helsby 18th April

Maxitours at Wonderful Wlimslow

Maxitours visited another of Cheshire’s greatest courses today as nearly 100 golfers enjoyed playing golf on the hottest February day ever recorded,

The course is always a treat to play especially with the best tees in Cheshire together with excellent fast running fairways.

Award winning Caterers Karen and Simon are lovely people to work with and they a real asset to this great Club. The professional staff are also on the ball and assistant pro Ben Stanier can’t be more helpful -he has a very bright future. Thanks to all the staff- great work today, thank you.

You can’t beat it when you are carefully checking nearly 50 scorecards and trying to input all the results correctly in the computer and the last group out forgets to bring in the nearest the pin marker. It was actually quite nice today however having a lonely wander for nearly a mile over the firm dry fairways with the sun still nice and high in the sky and the evening really starting to draw out.

I often overhear some strange conversations in the bar and I am not sure if this one was a compliment or not. Bob Mottershead was talking to his pals about his partner John Dickenson who was having a comfort break.
‘It’s amazing how well he plays considering how bad he is.’

The scoring was very close in todays event with 5 pairs sharing 3rd place on 45 points. It was my ex Chemistry teacher Neil Drummond(12) and Brendan Leighton(18) from Macclesfield Golf Club who took 3rd place on the card play off. They narrowly pipped Knutsfords Dave Kelly(9) and Dave Harlow(17).

Second place was won by two welsh wizards from Carden Park- Paul Fell(6) and Colin Bryan(10) These two live near Wrexham and played great golf after successfully sobering up from watching the rugby union at the weekend.

Taking first place was Turton golf clubs attractive Sarah Ormrod(17) and her less attractive partner Dave Greenwood(11). They had a strong finish to their round inspired by Sarah’s impressive birdie on the tricky 14th hole. Well played guys – great victory.

The report is shorter than usual as I have had a few issues inputting scores on my computer!

Thanks to everyone for your 100% attendance -ONCE AGAIN.!

Yours in golf,


Nearest the Pin 17th Paul Fell Dozen AD333
Nearest the Pin 9th Richard Williamson Dozen AD333

2’s £135 3 pro v1s or 6 srixon s per 2
Bernard McDonald Chris Adams Brian Hopkins Sarah Ormrod Paul Fell Colin Bryan Nigel Clowes x3!! Ian Appleton Andy Oakes Dave Owen Brian Greenbank Paul Yearsley Dave Goodwin

Wilmslow 25-Feb-2019
Pos Player pairings Score OoM Comment
1 Sarah Ormrod, Dave Greenwood 47 12 Callaway waterproof top each
2 Paul Fell, Colin Bryan 46 11 Dozen Pro V1s each
3 Neil Drummond, Brendan Leighton 45 10 Cutter and buck top each
4 David Kelly, Dave Harlow 45 9 Callaway shirt each
5 Richard Blackwell, Tony Jennson 45 8 Callaway shirt each
6 Munro Donald, Nigel Clowes 45 7 Maxitours shirt each
7 Mick Mahon, Frank Hindle 45 6 Callaway shirt each
8 Jim Clarke, Pete Booth 44 5 Maxitours bag towel each
9 Koos Alders, Marc Morris 44 4 Maxitours bag towel each
10 Andy Oakes, Chris Adams 43 3 Maxitours bag towel each
11 Martin Cox , Barrie Simpson 43 2
12 Pete Ledger, Graham Jackson 43 1
13 Ian Appleton, Graham Davenport 43
14= Joe Kirwan, Mike Spencer 42
14= Pete Fotheringham, Neil McPherson 42
16= Ian Hellens, Nathan Pugh 41
16= Peter Maher, Martin Niggins 41
16= Richard Williamson, Richard Preston 41
16= Nigel Hallows, Mick Gorrill 41
16= Phil Lockett, Dave Owen 41
21= Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth 40
21= Colin Roberts, Dave Marchant 40
21= Joe Shelley, Bernard McDonald 40
21= Mark Hughes, Mike Lowe 40
21= Warren Newton, Gary Conner 40
21= Rob Kenyon, Gav Spencer 40
21= Simon Burgess, Steve Merricks 40
28= Brian Greenbank, Guy Levers 39
28= Mike Wainwright, Dave Wainwright 39
28= Phil Hanson, Simon Raine 39
31= Paul Robinson, Phil McCurry 38
31= Adrian Waring, Dave Stewardson 38
31= Dave Plant, Keith Workman 38
31= Dave Mason, Nigel Armitage 38
31= Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley 38
36= Lewis Marland, Phil Dickens 37
36= Simon Hemsley, Ian King 37
36= Neil Painter, Dave Collinson 37
36= Brian Hopkins, Darren Whittaker 37
36= Matt Jansen, Mickey Gray 37
36= Nic Hercules , Alan Pratt 37
42= Bob Mottershead, John Dickenson 36
42= Charles Beadle, Russell Humphries 36
42= Jim Cox, Dave Blood 36
45= John Atkin, Stuart Blake 34
45= Steve Hall, Richard Johnson 34
47 Dave Goodwin, Paul Woodbine 33

Results from lovely Llangollen

Fairhaven 12th and Vale Royal AM AM 15th March nearly full!

Maxitours at lovely Llangollen

Another amazing February day greeted Maxitours players at Llangollen today. The greenkeeper was up at the crack of dawn preparing his smoothly ironed greens and freshly cut fairways – many thanks.

‘Those Greens were fantastic -really, really quick and true.’ Said Colin Roberts
‘The course was in terrific nick.’ Reported Dave Mason
‘I can’t wait to come back in April, the course should be amazing by then.’ Declared Joe Kirwan.

The world’s top golfers work hard on staying positive in everything they do and this tends to transmit itself into great performances on the golf course. A few Maxitours golfers need to take note:
‘The weathers too nice for Feb – I think there will be a huge sting in the tail.’
‘It looks glorious out there but think it’s going to come back to bite us.’
‘I think we’ll have a terrible Summer.’
‘The last time it was like this in February it started to rain in March and didn’t stop until August’. Nice and positive that one.

There is a large sign in the entrance to the Clubhouse warning golfers not to enter the fast flowing river Dee under any circumstances. Mike Rowe’s Pro V1s failed to obey and his three new balls entered the river Dee with an expensive splash.

Thomas Cook pilots Mike Ferguson and Dave Keen played together in their first Maxitours event since they both retired earlier this year.
‘How did you play?’ I asked.
‘We crashed and burned’ Mike replied.

Winning the two day event was the Bramall Park team led by charismatic Steve Merricks(5). Rob Kenyon(13), Les Russon(12) and Simon Burgess(17) listened to Steve’s intelligent advice and were delighted to take first place (168pts). Mick Mahon’s(164) talented team took 2nd and Colin Roberts team(163pts) were 3rd. Congratulations eveybody.

It was nice to see the Evans family (Tony, Audrey and son Paul) enjoying the Welsh sunshine. I upset sixty two year old Tony Evans last year when I called him a seventy year old in my report. He must have had a child bride because Audrey looks great – at least 20 years younger than her husband. She is also the best golfer in the family and her par on the 15th was critical to their success. They were delighted with 4th place.

Lymm’s badly dressed Steve Lambert(3) Steph Hamilton(10) Dougie Main(11) and Russ Jones(7) were 3rd today with 85 points.

Styals Charles Herbert(18) continued his good form alongside Martin Firth(6) and Andy Bethell(12) to earn a 5 shot handicap reduction and taking 1st place was the Wychwood Park team of Tom Butler(9), Eddie Sterling(8), Seam O’Conner(18) and Saj Hashmi(14) . Tom was the main contributor with excellent birdies on the 2nd , 4th and 15th holes. Well played chaps. Great golf.

Thanks to everyone for your terrific support,

Yours in Golf, Tim

Nearest the pin 14th Les Russon Doz Ad333
Nearest the pin 18th Andy Bethell Doz AD333
2’s 4 prov1s or 10 srixons Mike Benson Phil Howsley Carl Redikin Andy Bethell Steph Hamilton Rick Booth Pete Tomlinson Mike Masser

Overall 1st Les Russons team Callaway shirt each

Llangollen 22-Feb-2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Tom Butler, Eddie Sterling, Saj Hshmi, Sean O’Connor 87 Maxitours FJ Shirt each
2 Martin Firth, Charles Herbert, Andy Bethell, James Davies 86 Callaway shirt each
3 Steve Lambert, Steph Hamilton, Russ Jones, Dougie Main 85 Callaway shirt each
4 Paul Evans, Tony Evans, Audrey Evans, Andy Lawton 84 Sunice/Aur shirt
5= Colin Roberts, Geoff Andrews, Dave Marchant, Dave Mason 82 Maxitours bag towel each
5= Jim Caldwell, Jon Hume, Richard Blackwell, John Roome 82
5= Chris Hayes, Ian Walters, Roy Campion, Duncan Cocker 82
8= Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Dave Cooper, John Evans 81
8= Bri Hopkins, Gary Bresnahan, Tim Wrigley, Steve Shannahan 81
8= Mick Jones, Christine Jones, Rick Booth, Shiela Booth 81
11 Steve Merricks, Rob Kenyon, Simon Burgess, Les Russon 80
12 Mike Dean, Karem Dean, Mike Masser, Pete Tomlinson 79
13= Barry Simpson, Andy Stapeley, Jim Lindsay, Koos Alders 78
13= Dave Griffiths, Pete Birtwistle, Hugh Bilby, Carl Redikin 78
15 Simon Wilkinson, Barry Wilson , John Fitzsimmons, Mike Benson 77
16= Simon Hemsley, Dave Keen, Joe Kirwan, Mike Fergusson 76
16= Adrian Waring, Dave Stewardson, Paul Gurney, Brian Johnson 76
16= Mick Mahon, Richard Palmer, Dave Westwood, John Farnsworth 76
16= John Dickenson, Dave McDougall, Jim Rymer, Bob Mottershead 76
20 Paul Robinson, Phil Howsley, Dave W-Kelly, Charlie W-Kelly 71
21 Neil Drummond, Brendan Lieghton, Dave McGuiness, Callum Cook 70
22 Chih Hu, George Maddison, Nigel Milroy, Don Shaidnagle 67