Maxitours at Classy Crewe

Maxitours at Classy Crewe

Crewe is a terrific Cheshire course with oodles of character and charm. The back nine is a classic with three or four great risk and reward holes to test your strategic skills. I love it here.

The bacon Sandwiches were great and the recently renovated clubhouse looks first class. Thanks to Nathan and his team for all their help today.

It was the second hottest day of the year but nothing stops Stuart Hibbert from playing. Stuart is now famous in the North West as having the highest Maxitours handicap and he is formally recognized as the worst ever player in Maxitours history. He teed off early this morning but team mate Paul Evans feared that the heat was already too much. ‘Stuart wants to enter the two’s- I think he might be delirious’.

Dave Buckley thought he had made a two when he hit his driver to six inches on the par four 12th . Unfortunately he was aiming at the 16th green and walked off with a par.

Alex Jerman is a lovely bloke and a crow expert. He loves them. So much so that he joined Wilmslow Golf Club which has a crow with a golf ball in its mouth as its emblem. Today he saw a crow on the 13th which he thought looked in distress. Bird lover Alex was desperately thirsty himself but in an act of great heroism he carefully poured the last drops of his bottled water into a sprinkler head for the crow. The bird totally ignored him and flew off to a nearby lake.

Pete Newey is a great bloke from Birmingham. I can’t understand anything he is talking about. Today it took me three minutes to work out he was saying ‘Mid table mediocrity’ When he handed his card in.

In today’s event scoring was once again close and the legend of Maxitours players integrity continues to grow.

Dukinfields’ Neale Laurent took third place with 85 points. The Bramall team led by Rob Kenyon was leading for much of the afternoon with 86 points before the Sandiway quartet of Gary Neiles, Richard Melrose, Henry Melrose and Paul Hurst took the lead late in the day. Seven handicap Henry Melrose caught fire and played his closing eight holes three under par. Excellent.

Thanks to everyone for your support, Tim

Nearest the pin 5th Ian Flavell Dozen AD333

Nearest the pin 8th Don Bailey Dozen AD333

2’s £185 7 pro V1s or 15 srixon AD 333

Don Bailey Jim Caldwell Gary Leek Andy Oakes Karl Marginson Alex Jarman Kenny Stevens

Crewe 9th Aug 22
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Gary Neiles, Richard Melrose, Henry Melrose, Paul Hurst 86 12 FJ Chill out top
2 Dave Williams , Hugh Bilby, Rob Kenyon, Steve Merricks 86 10 Doz Taylor Made TP5X
3 Neale Laurent, Mark Turner, John Harrop, Paul McDermott 85 8 Callaway shirt
4 Jim Caldwell, Don Bailey, Steve Barlow, Russell Cash 85 6 Callaway shirt
5 Alex Jarman, Paul Woodbine, Phil Robinson, Dave Goodwin 84 4 Maxitours bag towel each
6 Karl Marginson, Noel Houlihan, Neil Shelmerdine , Mark Foley 84 2 Maxitours cap each
7= Gary Owen, Alistair Holloway, Mark Bone, Alan Gale 83
7= Peter McElkerney, Keith Perry, Keith Swindell, Alan Owens 83
7= Dave Kelly, Pete Maher, Charlie Beadle, Johnny Reeves 83
7= Jimmy McEwan, Mark Devaney, Steve Woods , Neil Edwards 83
11= Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Mike Lowe, Colin Bryan 82
11= Mike George, Mark Clare, Tim Tighe, Stan Devlin 82
13= Simon Hemsley, Martin Berrisford, Marcus Green, Joe Kirwan 81
13= Dave Buckley, Paul Jones, Dave Shafer, Al Thomas 81
13= John Atkin, Bob Sutton, David Wilkinson, Richard T-Carr 81
13= Mike Dempsey, Pete Newey, Jim Rymer, Hamish Ogilvie 81
17= Gary Leek, Malcolm Bates, Alan Campbell, Stuart Smith 80
17= Steve Hall, Chris Adams, Chris Oakes, Nick Hargreaves 80
17= James Shipston, Denis O’Neill, John Hunt, Alison Shipstone 80
17= Gavinder Sehmi, Paul Salt, Martin Pugh, George Kerr 80
17= Bob Kwan, Andy Adshead, Mark Richardson, Andy Scott 80
22 Dave Stewardson, Ian Flavell, Dan Gurney, Dave Kane 79
23 Lewis Marland, Phil Dickens, Neil Evans, Steve Schofield 78
24 Colin Roberts, Nigel Armitage, Carl Deaville, Dave Mason 77
25= Paul Browne, Dave Carlile, Dale Wallace, Simon Poucher 76
25= Paul Evans, Tony Evans, Stuart Hibbert, Dave Pearson 76
27 Mark Birtwistle, Ian Neilson, Dave Smith, Barry Rigby 75
28= Dave Monk, Barry Wilson, Jerry Salmon, John Lynsky 71
28= Andy Taylor, Chris Perry, Mike Eardley, Paul Hadlee 71
30 Martin Humphries, Roy Adkins, Keith Shale, Paul Webb 70

Stockport Monday 15th Aug

8.57 Simon Hemsley x4

9.05 Colin Roberts x4

9.13 Rob Platt x4

9.22 Paul Gilbert x4

9.31 Martin Bramwell x4

9.40 Jon Hudson x4

9.54 Dave Buckley x4

10.03 Dave Goodwin x4

10.12 Paul Fell x4

10.21 Matt Cheffins x4

10.30 John Hilditchx4

10.39 Neil Laurent x4

10.48 Lewis Marland x4

10.57 Steve Aspinall x4

11.06 Sam Leach x4

11.15 Jim Rymer x4

11.24 Simon Raine x4

11.33 Mick Mahon x4

11.42 Russ Sollitt x4

11.51 Dave Monk x4

12.00 Gary Phillips x4

12.09 Roy Ainsworth x4

12.18 John Hunt x4

12.27 Mike George x4

12.36 Kev Hart x4

12.45 Dave Sully x4

12.54 Martin Williams x4

1.02 Ian Hellens x4

1.10 Nigel Uttley x4

1.19 Tim Spencer x4

1.28 Les Russon x4

1.39 Jim Lindsay x4

1.48 Mark Hagarty x4

1.57 Simon Poucher x4

2.06 Richard Blackwell x4

2.15 Andy Buckley x4

2.24 Andrew Cox x4

2.30 Dave Holden x4

2.33 Nathan Mills x4

2.42 Lee Tilley x4

2.50 Dan Moss x4

2.59 Andrew Hill x4

Maxitours at stunning Knutsford

Amazing upcoming Maxitours events!

Crewe next Tuesday– room for 1 team – I am looking forward to visiting the Classis Cheshire course
Stockport Monday 15th Aug– room for 1 team – ‘The best course in Cheshire?’ Its brilliant.

Maxitours at stunning Knutsford

Glorious sunshine, freshly cut fairways, hand mowed and ironed greens and a quality field were the order of the day at Knutsford. What a club.

Dave Jones and his class green keeping team have got the course in tremendous shape and there was continual praise throughout the day from all my players- thanks guys. The course is famous for its drainage and after terrific work by Dave over the past few years it probably won’t shut at all this winter.

‘Those are the best fairways I have played on all year, in fact they are better than the carpet in my front room.’ Admitted Brian Ankers. Roy Ainsworth has been to Brians house and he fully agreed.

Clubhouse manager Steve Barker is known as ‘Mr hospitality’ and the kind hearted man and his team were terrific throughout the day.

Dave Snape has a good swing but sometimes gets into trouble if he gets a bit quick. He also loves his food. When his bacon butty arrived this morning the transition of the sandwich from plate to mouth was a bit snatchy. He was completely out of sync and took a bite out of his finger. Slow it all down Dave.

Plane spotter Nigel Ashton loves Knutsford as he doesn’t have to play well to enjoy his day – ‘the wind is absolutely perfect’ he declared on arrival.
‘Why? Is it helping your slice on the first?’ I enquired.
‘No it means the planes are taking off on runway 2.’

Eighty year old Brian Ankers had a two. No this is not a misprint Brian Ankers actually had a two. After 8 years of trying.
Ankers actually had two incredible holes. On the 4th hole the short sighted Lymm man went for the wrong green with his approach and was so annoyed with himself he chipped in from 40 yards for a par. He then followed this with his famous two on the 5th. Keep it up Brian.

Denton’s Barry Jackson loves playing at Knutsford as he arrives in a taxi, plays golf and then has a night out trying to talk to posh ladies in Knutsford with his 4 ball. They normally enjoy themselves with absolutely no ‘success’ on or off the course. It could be a big night for the lads tonight as Barry holed his second shot on the 18th for an eagle to take 3rd place and the team headed off for their night out in a more confident mood than usual.

Wilmslows wealthy businessman Jim Caldwell and his team had a great back nine to take 2nd place. They were having an average round before securing 8 point hauls on the 15th and 17th holes to catapult into the prizes. Andrew Aherne, Dave Thomas and Steve Perret completed the team.

Winning today were the Hale quartet of Glynn Isaacs, Martin Quinn, Phil Long and Dave ‘putter thrower’ Madely. Hale teams have played in many Maxitours events without much success but the likeable quartet changed all that today. Even Glynn Isaacs played well. Excellent guys- great golfing!

Thanks to everyone for your support and integrity.

I know you had a great day.

Tim.

3rd Hole Nearest the pin Andrew Aherne Doz AD333

5th Nearest the pin Si Hemsley Doz AD333

2’s £140 7 pro v1s or 15 srixon AD333
Phil Long Brian Ankers Barry Jackson x2 Paul Fell James Mooney

Knutsford 4th Aug 22
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Dave Madely, Philip Long, Glynn Isaacs, Martin Quinn 86 12 Maxitours Chill out top
2 Jim Caldwell, Steve Perrett, Dave Thomas, Andrew Aherne 85 10 Maxitours FJ Shirt
3 Barry Jackson, Steve Tate, Pete Sakalas, Steve Walsh 85 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Simon Hemsley, Dave Keen, Marcus Green, Joe Kirwan 85 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Dave Monk, Nick Steele, Simon Wilkinson, John Lynsky 85 4 Maxitours bag towel each
6 Karl Marginson, Noel Houlihan, Colin Tichias, Steve Tobin 84 2
7 Colin Roberts, Nigel Armitage, Jim Egerton, Andy Buckley 84
8= Roy Ainsworth, Brian Ankers, Richard Robinson, Dave Hansom 83
8= Sam Leach, Andy Phillips, Bob Chesters, Jim Hodges 83
10= Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, Gary Hodginson, Richard Palmer 82
10= Richard Blackwell, John Hilton, Adam Thompson, Steve Austin 82
12= Neale Laurent, Mark Turner, John Harrop, Chris Burnett 81
12= Lewis Marland, Phil Dickens, Nick Ford, Steve Schofield 81
14 Phil Ashcroft, Andy Murphy, Ian Bishop, John Carr 80
15= Dave Snape, Paul Woodbine, Phil Robinson, Dave Goodwin 79
15= Dave Buckley, John Horton, Steve Tyler, Lester Jackson 79
15= Roger Percival, Tim Backshaw, Dave Tate, Pete Atherton 79
18 Gary Phillips, Pete Maher, Charlie Beadle, Nigel Hall 78
19 Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Paul Ralph, Ian Fearns 77
20 Martin Pugh, Norrie Irwin, Pete Brown, Paul Salt 75
21 Nathan Mills, John Barnes, Ian Cash, James Mooney 71

Maxitours at Crewe
Tuesday 9th Aug
10.00 John Atkin x4
10.09 Simon Hemsley x4
10.18 Colin Roberts x4
10.27 Jim Caldwell x4
10.36 Dave Buckley x4
10.45 Gary Owen x4
10.54 Paul Fell x4
11.03 Martin Humphries x4
11.12 Neil Laurent x4
11.20 Lewis Marland x4
11.29 Gary Leek x4
11.36 Mike George x4
11.45 Paul Evans x4
11.54 Paul Browne x4
12.03 Pete McElkerney x4
12.12 Dave Monk x4
12.21 Steve Hall x4
12.30 Gary Phillips x4
12.39 John Hunt x4
12.48
12.56 Kev Hart x4
1.05 Dave Goodwin x4
1.14 Jimmy McEwan x4
1.23 Ian Hellens x4
1.32 Les Russon x4
1.41 Andy Taylor x4
1.50 Jim Rymer x4
1.58
2.07 Gary Neiles x4
2.16 Lee Tilley x4
2.24 Dave Griffiths x4
2.33 David Smith x4
2.42 Steve Parle x4
2.51 Bill Melia x4
3.00 Dave Stewardson tbc

Full results from Mottram Hall

Mottram Hall 26th July
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Simon Hemsley, Marcus Green, Joe Kirwan, Ian King 84 12 Maxitours Chill out top
2 Jim Clarke, Pete Booth, John Stanworth, Pete Ledger 83 10 Maxitours FJ Shirt each
3 Ian Fearns, Mike Lowe, Nigel Ashton, Paul Ralph 82 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Jim Smith, Alan Vaughan 82 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Jim Caldwell, John Kelsall, Russell Cash, Peter Griggs 81 4 Maxitours bag towel each
6 Gary Neiles, John Longworth , Paul Hurst, Henry Melrose 81 2 Maxitours bag towel each
7= Colin Roberts, Dave Marchant, Joe Stanley, Jim Edgerton 81
7= Dan Moss, Mick Jones, Ian Cole, Richard Booth 81
9 Chris Adams, Steve Hall, Martin Prescott, Gary Butler 79
10 John Bradbury, Josh Street, Phil Harris, Javinder Sehmi 78
11 Simon Wilkinson, Barry Wilson, Dave Monk, John Lynsky 77
12= Dave Madely, Steve Bates, Martin Quinn, Tom Sloan 76
12= Pete Norbury, Lee Tilley, Dave Sarsfield, Dave Rhodes 76
14= Phil Robinson, Andy Buckley, Paul Price, Dave Goodwin 75
14= Jon Hudson, Rob Blain, Andy Corner, Gary Brooks 75
14= Martin Williams, Martin Bray, Dave Silcock, Chris Alderson 75
17= Steve Aspinall, Graham Wilkinson, Alan Simpson, Mark Dignan 74
17= Peter Maher, Russell Humphries, Charlie Beadle, John Eckersley 74
19= Dave Thomas, Jerry Salmon, Steve Broom, John Hume 73
19= Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, John Farnsworth, Richard Palmer 73
19= Mike George, Mark Clare, Tim Tighe, Stan Devlin 73
19= Tom McGoona, Gordon Spruce, Steve Moore, Richard Moss 73
23 Jim Rymer, Pete Newey, Mike Dempsey, Hamish Ogilvy 72
24 Martin Humphries, Alex Jarman, John O’Donahue, Keith Shale 71
25= Stuart Blake, David Wilkinson, Richard T-Carr, Bob Sutton 70
25= Steve Heywood, Graham Davenport, Denis Boud, Chris Lee 70
27 CJ, Martin Oldfield, Chris Adams, Ian Macklin 69
28= Neale Laurent, John Hartley, John Harrop, John Lester 68
28= Ian Hazlewood, Steve Ellis, Paul Hunt, Richard White 68

results from magnificent Mottram Hall

Room for 1 team at the best nine hole course in the North next Thursday!

Maxitours at marvelous Mottram Hall

A stunning day with a great golf course to match was the reward for the Maxitours players who travelled to the famous Cheshire resort of Mottram Hall today.

The course is set to hold the European Tour school in October and has already played host to the European Senior and European ladies tours. The back nine is one of the toughest in the country and certainly one of the best in North West.
Thanks to Golf Manager Jason Davies for accommodating us at this terrific venue at the very last minute.

Dave Madely is a great bloke and he used to sponsor me when I worked at Mottram Hall in the 90’s and he was a member. I will always be grateful to him. Not only did he sponsor me but I used to make a few quid repairing his putter every couple of months after it was regularly hurled from a green towards the general direction of the next tee after a three putt. I now send repairs to Lymm Golf Club who service lots of clubs in the area. I bumped into Fizz the assistant pro there last year and he told me that he was repairing two putters for a bloke that knew me.
‘Is it a big bloke called Dave Madely?’ I asked.
‘Yes that’s the fella!! How did on earth did you know that?’

Retired Keith Shale finished 3rd in the world Jive championships recently. I saw him tee off the 1st today but watching his lack of hip movement it is hard to believe that his nickname on the dance floor is snake hips. Keith waltzed into 25th place today. On the first hole with his lack of rotation he hit a few loose shots and did well to score ‘SEVEN!’

High Quality actor Martin Oldfield teed off at 12.30pm today and did me some great impersonations for me as he checked in. Martin gets paid to act and also earns plenty with his voice overs. He is on a nice little number doing the voice of the character ‘Drufus’ in a worldwide internet game called ‘Warfare’. He is fascinating to talk to. He needs to do a bit of work on his impersonation of a golfer however and his team finished in 27th place.

Third place went to Nigel Ashton, Mike Lowe, Ian Fearns and Paul Ralph. They had a solid 82 points on the testing Mottram course.

Jim Clarke has just about recovered from the sight of his money going up in smoke after the spectacular firework diplsy at his son’s wedding last Saturday. He was back to his best and helped his team of Pete Booth, Pete Ledger and John Stanworth into 2nd place with 83 points.

Regulars Simon Helmsley, Ian King , Joe Kirwan and Marcus Green are four lovely guys from Bramall. Despite playing each week and previously being competitive they have really struggled this year. I got a bit of repetitive strain injury scrolling down my order of merit before finding them languishing in 111th position. All came good today with the first win of the year even though 84 points was a surprisingly low score.

Well played chaps I am delighted for you!
Thanks to all my players for your integrity each week, whilst other open events are being won by crazy scores your class and sportsmanship are second to none.
Yours in golf and friendship.
Tim

Nearest the pin 7th Dan Moss Doz AD333
Nearest the pin 11th Dave Goodwin Doz AD333
2’s sweep £187.50 7 pro v1s or 15 srixon AD333
Alex Jerman David Madely Martin Quinn David Wilkinson Tim Tighe Richard Moss Graham Davenport

Knutsford start times
Thursday 4th Aug

8.30 Simon Hemsley x4
8.38 Colin Roberts x4
8.47 Jim Caldwell x4
8.56 Dave Buckley x4
9.05 Dave Goodwin x4
9.14 Paul Gilbert x4
9.23 Paul Fell x4
9.32 Neil Laurent x4
9.41 Lewis Marland x4
9.50 Mike George x4
9.59 Mick Mahon x4
10.08 Dave Monk x4
10.17 Gary Phillips x4
10.26
1.00 John Hunt x4
1.09 Roy Ainsworth x4
1.18 Kev Hart x4
1.27 Richard Blackwell x4
1.36 Sam Leach x4
1.45 Roger Percival x4
1.54 Ian Hellens x4
2.03 Lee Tilley x4
2.12Ian Reece x4
2.21 Phil Ashcroft x4
2.30 Andy Buckley x4
2.39 Nathan Mills x4 tbc
2.48 Martin Williams x4
2.57 Barry Jackson x4

Results from leafy Helsby

*Important!! Next week is at Mottram Hall rather than Lymm as there are issues with their irrigation system* PLEASE INFORM YOUR TEAM

Mottram is in excellent condition

Maxitours at Helsby

Helsby is now a firm favourite with Maxitours players, I don’t think I have ever held an event where so many players reported that they had really enjoyed themselves and many players spoke very highly about this lovely Cheshire course after their round.

Barman Rob and caterer Julie have been serving us brilliantly for years and they continued their excellent work today.

The day got off to a great start when Helsby Captain Martin Edmunds showed his class and wished us all the best first thing this morning. Thanks very much. It is Helsby’s Captains Day on Saturday so the course was in terrific condition, there was barely a blemish on the greens and even slightly brown areas on the fairway were sprayed green. Great work from the Helsby green keeping staff.

‘They are the best greens we have played all year’ Announced Dave Rhodes and many others.

Scoring was good with the fast running fairways and pure greens.

Recently retired Doctor James Shipstone has a look of Rory McIlroy with his wiry build and dark curly hair. Unfortunately, he doesn’t strike the ball quite like the talented Irishman but he does share similar putting statistics. ‘I missed ten putts inside 6 feet today’ he complained.

He did contribute on a few other holes however as his team were delighted to finish 6th.

Carden Parks Paul Fell led his team of Mike Lowe, Colin Bryan and Nigel Ashton into 2nd place as they beat the charismatic Heyrose quartet of Duncan Cameron, Tony Lee Neil Pemberton and Pete Smith into 3rd.

Winning today was the Lymm team of Martin Williams, Martin Bray, John Tomlinson and Mike Kulik. They all played terrific golf to earn a first ever win after countless average performances. Great golf lads- very popular winners indeed.

From my VIP seat in the clubhouse I was able to watch Sam Leach hit a ‘Quasimodo’ shot into the tough par three 18th (I don’t want that back). The likeable Lymm man won nearest the pin.

Thanks to everyone for your continued support, Tim.

Nearest the pin 11th Dozen AD333 James Shipstone

Nearest the pin 18th Dozen AD333 Sam Leach

2’s sweep £232.50 6 pro v1 or 14 srixon AD333.

Tony Lee James Shipstone Richard Palmer John Farnsworth Dave Monk Dave Tate Martin Bray Tony Howard Andy Murphy Pete Norbury

Helsby July-2022
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Martin Williams, Martin Bray, John Tomlinson, Mike Kulik 89 12 Maxitours Chill out top
2 Paul Fell, Mike Lowe, Nigel Ashton, Colin Bryan 88 10 Maxitours FJ Shirt
3 Duncan Cameron, Tony Lee, Neil Pemberton, Pete Smith 88 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Pete Norbury, Lee Tilley, Billy Coleman, Dave Rhodes 86 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Mark Hagerty, Richard T-Carr, John Hewitson, Steve Grimaldby 85 4 Maxitours bag towel each
6 James Shipston, Denis O’Neill, John Hunt, Alison Shipstone 84 2 Maxitours cap each
7= Colin Roberts, Dave Marchant, Carl Deaville, Nigel Armitage 84
7= Neale Laurent, Paul Butler, John Harrop, Chris Burnett 84
7= Jim Clarke, Graham Jackson, Dave Turbot, Pete Ledger 84
7= Phil Ashcroft, Andy Murphy, Martin Davies, Sian Ashcroft 84
11= Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, John Farnsworth, Richard Palmer 82
11= Sam Leach, Andy Phillips, Bob Chesters, Jim Hodges 82
13= Roy Ainsworth, Brian Ankers, Nigel Clapham, Mike Verdon 81
13= Lewis Marland, Phil Dickens, Tony Inesly, Neil Evans 81
15 Dave Monk, Steve Broome, Bill Davies, John Lynsky 80
16= Simon Hemsley, Gareth Bradley, Al Demmy, Joe Kirwan 79
16= Jim Caldwell, Bob Pickthall, Dave Thomas, Peter Griggs 79
16= Kenny Plumb, Phil Harris, Simon McCoy, Anthony Barker 79
16= Dave Holden, Gordon Watt, Richard Hoban, Clive Fiveash 79
20= Roger Percival, David Tate, Nigel Holland, Ed Wilkinson 78
20= Russ Sollitt, Mike Morris, Rick Shaw, Keith Widdrington 78
22= Jack Coleman, Mike Gauden, Anthony Bloor, Steve Mattinson 77
22= Peter Maher, Gary Phillips, Charlie Beadle, Nigel Hall 77
24= Martin Humphries, John Crickmore, Keith Shale, John McLaren 76
24= Paul Evans, Tony Evans, Lee Braxton, Martin Sands 76
24= Ian Gardner, Gary Kirkwood, Phil Prickett, Rihard Callwood 76
27 Dave Snape, Ian Snape, Paul Price, Dave Goodwin 75
28= Andy Taylor, Brian Baker, Chris Perry, Mike Eardley 74
28= Simon Ashton, Mick Jones, Ian Cole, Adrian Waring 74
30 Jon Hudson, Mike Hill, Jeff Allsop, Gary Brooks 73

Maxitours at Mottram Hall

Tuesday 21st July

9.18 John Atkin x4

9.25 Simon Hemsley x4

9.32 Colin Roberts x4

9.40Jim Caldwell x4

11.40Bob Pickthall x4

11.49 Paul Fell x4

11.58 Dave Goodwin x4

12.06 Martin Bramwell x4

12.14 Roy Ainsworth x4

12.22John Hunt x4

12.30 John Johnston x4

12.38 Jon Hudson x4

12.47 Martin Humphries x4

12.55 Paul Gilbert x4

1.03 Neil Laurent x4

1.11 Jim Clarke x4

1.18 Steve Aspinall x4

1.26 Mick Mahon x4

1.35 Dave Monk x4

1.44 Gary Phillips x4

1.53 Richard Blackwell x4

2.01 Tom McGoona x4

2.20 Kev Hart x4

2.29 Mike George x4

2.38 Martin Williams x4

2.47 Steve Hall x4

2.56 Dave Sully x4

3.04 Jim Rymer x4

3.12 Paul Browne x4

3.21 Ian Hellens x4

3.30 Ian Hazlewood x4

3.39 Phil Ashcroft x4

3.48 Gary Neiles x4

3.57 Lee Tilley x4 l

4.06 Rob Harris x4

4.16Simon Ashton x4