Results from brilliant Vale Royal

Ringway next Thursday – full- (room for 1 player in famous and wealthy estate agent John Hilditch’s team)
Room for 2 teams at Davyhulme Park Thursday 5th September

Maxitours at beautiful Vale Royal

Maxitours visited Vale Royal Golf Course today. According to the knowledgeable Mick Mahon ‘It just keeps getting better and better!’
A few players had never played at Vale Royal before and they were rightly impressed with the Abbey and the terrific course:
‘This looks great. I’m really looking forward to my round!’ said an excited Pete Alsop who doesn’t get out of his native Buxton very much.
‘That was absolutely gorgeous!’ Reported Max Henderson. ‘I’ll be back!’

Thanks to all the staff at this five star venue for your excellent servce.

Golf is a great social game. In fact, the only time Trevor Nicholson speaks to his long-lost brother is when he finishes last in a Maxitours event and his brother rings him to catch up and take the mickey. Turn your phone off tonight Trevor.

One Maxitours player who can’t be named told me he is putting incredibly well after a private putting lesson with his wife on the kitchen floor. I’m not sure whether wife was on the kitchen floor or he was rolling the ball on the kitchen floor or both. But whatever he is doing -keep it up.

In a magical Maxitours day there were two holes in one! Pete Walters holed a superb eight iron on the 16th hole and even Jim Comerford managed an ace – a lovely five iron on the tricky 6th . Congratulations.
Even more impressive was Jim Caldwell who holed two full wedge shots for eagles on the 3rd and 13th holes. – Nice!

In today’s event Simon Wilkinson’s likeable Birchwood team had a terrific 46 points on their back nine to record a seasons best 3rd place finish. Even John Linsky(17) played well. John Fitzsimons(7) was solid and Colin Berry(12) saved his best golf until his closing holes -making vital pars on the 17th and 18th .

Jim Caldwell’s eagle heroics helped his team take 2nd spot also with 87 points , they managed to score 47 points on the back nine to just take 2nd place. Bob Picthall,(13) Peter Griggs(16) and Jon Hume(14) completed the competitive quartet.

Before he went out I had a great chat with Ashton on Mersey nice guy Chris Brownhill who had spent a morning working at the airport. He was telling me how he services planes when they land at Manchester before taking off again. If you have a spare thirty minutes, he will happily tell you all about it. His golf really took off today and his team had their first win for 3 years with an impressive 88 points. Twelve handicapper Gary Hempstead(14) had three birdies with shots to do some damage and Pete Hamlett(6) and Gary Arrowsmith(9) also contributed well.

Well played chaps
Thanks to all players for your support.

Yours in Golf,
Tim.

Nearest the pin 10th Bob Picthall Doz AD333
Nearest the pin Pete Walters 16th Doz AD333

2’s £245 4 prov1s or 9 srixon AD333 John Fitzsimons Jim Caldwell x2 Ged Bradshaw Jim Comerford x2 (hole on one) Neil Topping Neil Worthington Anton Johnson x2 Pete Walters x2 (hole in one) Andy Corner Gary Brooks Graham Davenport Paul Fell Colin Bryan Graham Davenport

Vale Royal 21-Aug-2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Chris Brownhill, Pate Hamlett, Gary Hempstead, Gary Arrowsmith 88 12 Galvin Green top each
2 Jim Caldwell, Bob Picthall, Jon Hume, Peter Griggs 87 10 FJ Maxitours shirt
3 Simon Wilkinson, John Linsky, Colin Berry, John Fitzsimmons 87 8 Dozen Taylor Made tp5 balls each
4 Jon Hudson, Andy Corner, Mike Hill, Gary Brooks 86 6 Maxitours shirt
5 Joe Yates, Gary Neiles, John Longworth, Alan Forber 85 4 Maxitours cap each
6 Simon Poucher, Brendan Lieghton, Vic Nilsen, Chris Diggle 84 2 Maxitours Scorecard holder each
7= Mick Mahon, John Farnsworth, Andy Faulkner, Keith Allen 83 Maxitours Scorecard holder each
7= Ian Lilley, Ged Bradshaw, John Brooks, Chris Norburn 83
7= Dave Greenwood, Richard Blackwell, John Hilton, Sarah Ormrod 83
7= Max Henderson, Matt Haig, Mike Hewitt, Adam Egar 83
11 Neale Laurent, Adam Thomas, Mike Turner, Craig Tinto 82
12= Sam Leach, John Mather, Keith Barratt, Jim Comerford 81
12= Rob Kenyon, Mike Priestley, Dave Williams, Gav Spencer 81
12= Mike Kirchin, Matt Nelstrup, Andy Graham, Mike Wilkinson 81
15= Jim Clarke, Pete Ledger, Graham Jackson, Neil Topping 80
15= Simon Hemsley, Joe Kirwan, Mike Spencer, Dave Woods 80
17= Brian Hopkins, Neil Worthington, Darren Whittaker, Steve Marsh 79
17= Martin Higgins, Russell Humphries, Peter Maher, Charles Beadle 79
17= David Kelly, Dave Harlow, Stuart Blake, Dave Harlow 79
20 Anton Johnson, Steve Langley, Russ Johnson, Tony Mills 78
21 Dave Stanhope, Dave Antrobus, John Hunt, Tom Jarvis 77
22= Chris Adams, Paul Allen, Paul Wilde, Gary Butler 76
22= Dave Sully, Steve Heywood, Ian Appleton, Graham Davenport 76
22= Pete Alsop, Ian Hadfield, Jonny Lord, Alex Dymock 76
25= Peter Walters, Andy Millington, Chris Bland, Mario Capostagno 75
25= Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Colin Bryan, Dave Cooper 75
27 Bob Mottershead, John Dickenson, Jim Rymer, David Plant 74
28= Bob Chesters, Jim Hodges, Kevin Reeves, Jonny Barton 73
28= Eugenio Fernadez, Dave Monk, Roger Banks, Nick Steel 73
30 Dave Bentley, Bev Crute, Trevor Nicholson, Steve Gibbons 69

Results from super Stockport

Spaces at Vale Royal on Weds- Still room for teams of 4 or one or two players at 1.39pm!

Maxitours at stunning Stockport

Stockport has always been a first class golfing venue with high quality catering and excellent professional staff. There is now even more of a buzz about the Club as the golf course is back to its very best.
‘That was superb!’ Declared a very satisfied Andy Veitch.
‘Brilliant greens- they were so fast and true -even after all the recent rain’. Reported Colin Roberts.

Two years ago after a wet Summer Stockport was waterlogged in places but today with all the drainage work and a superb new greenkeeper the course was incredibly dry. Excellent.

It was great for Maxitours players to play golf in the sunshine all day. (except a 10 minute heavy downpour) A great day was enjoyed by all. Pace of play was excellent with the last team getting around in 3 hours 50 minutes!- Thanks everyone.

If you think you are going through a bad patch with your golf at the moment please spare a thought for Dale Wallace. He turned up today after I hadn’t seen him for a few years. He was never the most positive person I have ever met but things were at a new low.
I asked him if he was playing well.
‘I have had the worst three years golfing of my life.’ He answered.

I have just returned from holiday in America and am struggling to write any funny stories as I am still jet lagged. I did overhear Ian Appletons team having a laugh. ‘Jokes about white sugar are quite rare but jokes about brown sugar – demerara!’

In today’s event incredibly 8 teams scored exactly 78 points. Colin Roberts team took the early lead with 81 points and eventually finished in a respectable 7th place.

Jim Clarkes(11) team of Maxitours regulars have been quiet for a few months but today they returned to form with 85 points and a second place finish. He played with his more talented son Chris(14), and the athletic duo of Graham Jackson(6) and Pete Ledger(18).

Also on 85 points but narrowly missing out on 2nd place due to a card play-off was the Saddleworth team of Dave Pullan playing with his two sons Stephen(2) and Ben(2) alongside Mr nice guy, Dean Jagger. (7)

Duckinfield’s Neale Laurent(13) can pick a team and the ex copper brought fellow members Jack Schofield(10) Adam Thomas(13) and Denton legend Matt Sayers(1) with him today. Neil only came in on the card twice as the team scored an impressive 86 points to take 1st place. Matt had 5 birdies but Adam Thomas was the danger man picking up four shots for his team on the back nine . Well played chaps great golf.

Thanks to everyone for your support.
Yours in Golf,
Tim.

Nearest the pin 16th Jason Waite Doz AD333
Nearest the pin 18th Ben Pullen Doz AD333

2’s 4 pro v1s or 10 srixons per two £210
Dean Alexis Ian King Jim Lindsay Charlie Cunningham Mike Kirchin Trevor Webb
Steve Heywood Lesley Madden Frank Morgan Keith Workman Paul Randall Dan Moss Ben Pullen Dean Jagger Rob Taylor

Vale Royal start sheet
Weds 21st August

8.30 David Kelly x4
8.39
8.48 Simon Hemsley x4
8.57 Jim Caldwell x4
9.06 Jim Clarke x4
9.15 Chris Adams x4
9.24 Mike Kirchin x4

10.30 Mick Mahon x4
10.39 Dave Stanhope x4
10.48 Peter Maher x4
10.57 Anton Johnson x4
11.06
11.15 Bri Hopkins x4
11.24 Dave Bentley x4
11.33 Ian Lilley x4
11.42 Sam Leach x4
11.51 Sam Leach x4
12.00 Bob Mottershead x4
12.09 Les Russon x4
12.18 Richard Blackwell x4
12.27 Pete Walters x4
12.36 Barry Wilson x4
12.45 Simon Poucher x4
12.54 John Hudson x4
1.03 Dave Sully x4
1.12 Paul Fell x4
1.21 Dave Blease x4
1.30 Chris Brownhill x4
1.39 Adam Carolan x2 2 pl
1.48 Eugenio Fernandez x4
1.57 Max Henderson x4 earlier
2.06 Neale Laurent x4
2.15 Joe Yates x4
2.24
2.33 Lee Tilley x4
2.42 Dave Goodwin x4
2.51

Stockport 19-Aug-2019
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Neale Laurent, Jack Schofield, Adam Thomas, Matt Sayers 86 12 Galvin Green insular top
2 Jim Clarke, Graham Jackson, Chris Clarke, Pete Ledger 85 10 Maxitours fj sweater
3 Dean Jagger, Dave Pullan, Ben Pullan, Stephen Pullan 85 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Lee Tilley, Dave Rhodes, Pete Norbury, Dave Sarsfield 83 6 Maxitours shirt each
5 Neil Edwards, Jimmy McEwan, Chris Bland, John Harker 83 4 Dozen Wilson soft feel
6 Roy Sinclair, Meeghan Switzer, Lesley Madden, Derek Madden 81 2 Maxitours towel each
7= Colin Roberts, Dave Mason, Dave Marchant, Andy Williamson 81 Maxitours towel each
7= Jason Atherton, Dave Berry, Jimmy Shirley, Adie Price 81
9 Richard Blackwell, Tony Jennison, Chris Marshall, John Hilton 80
10= Nathan Evans, Alan Schofield, Dean Alexis, John Rawson 79
10= David Kelly, John Atkin, Dave Harlow, Stuart Blake 79
10= Chris Adams, Phil Singh, Gary Butler, Charlie Cunningham 79
13= Paul Browne, Steve Price, Dale Wallace, Howard Johnson 78
13= Martin Higgins, Nigel Hall , Charlie Beadle, Rob Higginbotham 78
13= Simon Hemsley, John Owen, Ian King, Joe Kirwan 78
13= Jack Coleman, Harvey Mattinson, Steve Mattinson, Anthony Bloor 78
13= Steve Howson, Jim Lindsay, Phil Young, Andy Stapley 78
13= Pete Dobson, Sean Dobson, Mark Worsley, Mike Hartley 78
13= Ken Clarke, Steve Merricks, Dave Fidler, Gav Spencer 78
13= Chris Brownhill, Pete Hamlett, Gary Hempstead, Paul Randall 78
21 Mark Timperley, John Vourn, Martin Lang, Tony McNamara 77
22 Bob Mottershead, David Palnt, Meith Graves, Keith Workman 76
23 Rick Shaw, Brian Johnson , John Johnson, Tim Spencer 75
24= Roy Ainsworth, Bob Newcombe, Phil Stout, Brian Billington 73
24= Ian Appleton, Tony Woodford, Richard Wakefield, Steve Heywood 73
24= Simon Taylor, Mike Savage, Keith Rigby, Tony Roberts 73
27 Dave Stanhope, Dave Antrobus, Phil Smeathers, Giles Terry 71
28 Rob Weston, Steve Foxcroft, Mike Fergusson, Trevor Webb 70
29= Andy Taylor, Brian Baker, Mike Eardley, Shay Daly 67
29= Mick Mahon, Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth, Andy Faulkner

Reddish results

Results from Reddish Vale

Many thanks to England Coach of the Year 2018 Matt Turnock for running my event today:
The challenging venue of Reddish Vale played host to the rearranged Didsbury fixture at short notice and considering the recent weather the course played absolutely brilliantly with lots of positive comments about the greens and general condition.

Ever friendly and welcoming Pro Andrew Myers was extremely helpful and accommodating along with the catering and bar staff who were very appreciative of the Maxitours event.

Hero Hale member Martin Bramwell certainly didn’t leave his team up the creek without a paddle with a splendid individual effort helping his team to a respectable 80 points. He was recently involved in river rescue after some canoeists had lost their paddle in the fast flowing river waters that run by one of the holes at Hale Golf Club. They had to abandon the rest of their adventure and walk back across the course with their canoe after Martin and others assisted them.

The last hole (heart attack hill as it’s fondly known to the locals) certainly took its toll with quite a few teams coming a cropper on this “face of the Eiger” finishing hole. Grappling hooks and crampons are not uncommon.

Scoring was very tight at the top with 88 point winners Bob Pickthall, Rob Roden, Bob Day and Dave Thomas just pipping the next teams down by a single point.

Nearest Pin 4th was won by Steve Marsh – 1 x Doz AD333 Srixons
Nearest Pin 12th was won by John Atkin – 1 x Doz AD333 Srixons

2’s £267.50 pot – Pro 3 V1’s or 8 Srixons
David Kelly, Stuart Blake, John Atkin, Steve Barber, Bob Pickthall, Rob Roden, Chris Clarke, Pete Ledger, Paul Allen (x 3 two’s), Dave Wainwright, Brian Hopkins, Ian Appleton, Steve Merricks, Steve Blakeway, Paul Simpson, John Hunt, James Brown, Jim Kenyon, Simon Ashton, Lee Tilley, Richard Wilkinson

1st Cleveland rtx4 wedge each
2nd Maxitours merino sweatereach
3rd Dozen Srixon z stars each
4th Dozen ad333 tour
5th Dozen ad333 each
6th Dozen ad333 each

Maxitours Reddish Vale Cleveland / Srixon Masters 8th August 2019 Score OOM
Bob Pickthall Rob Roden Bob Day Dave Thomas 88 12
David Parry Aide Price George Andrews Mark Holland 87 cpo 10
Sarah Ormrod Dave Greenwood Nigel Hallows John Delaney 87 8
Jim Clarke Chris Clarke Graham Jackson Pete Ledger 86 6
Eddie Ellis Chris Heptinstall Jim Kenyon Joe Stanley 85 cpo 4
David Kelly John Atkin Kevin Pearce Stuart Blake 85 2

Maxitours Mottram Hall event 15th August 2019

Results from Monsterous Mottram !!!

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The relentless rain on Wednesday meant the normally already challenging venue of Mottram Hall was playing brutally long and tough. The early starters got caught up in a few squally showers and with strong winds the conditions were tricky to say the least. As the afternoon wore on the sun came out and the winds softened but the key was to make your score on the front 9 and then hold on for dear life on the back 9. As one group commented “that back nine ate us up and spat us out” with only a handful of teams managing to better par on the back half all day. Winning team Dave Goodwin, Phil Robinson, Richard Williamson & Paul Woodbine were one of those teams posting a best of the bunch 42 points helped by an 8 point haul on the par 4 12th with two birdie nett eagles which helped them to victory on 82 points.

Thanks to all the friendly Mottram staff who kept you fed and watered and to my good friend Matt Turnock for once again doing a stellar job of running my event at his home club.

Nearest Pin 3rd was won by Peter Hoctor – 1 x Doz AD333 Srixons

Nearest Pin 16th was won by Ron Sloane – 1 x Doz AD333 Srixons

2’s £237.50 pot – 6 Pro V1’s or 16 Srixons

Richard Johnson, Martin Higgins, Donna Sully, David Wilkinson, Roger Percival, Matt Clement, Chris Heptinstall x 2, David Rhodes, Paul Woodbine

Maxitours Mottram Hall 15th August 2019 Score OOM
Dave Goodwin Phil Robinson Richard Williamson Paul Woodbine 82 12 FJ Shoes each
Matt Clement Martin Clement John Horsley Chris Heptinstall 81 10 Maxitours sweater each
Peter Moss Amanda Moss Richard Blackwell Andy Hamlett 80 cpo 8 Callaway shirts each
Steve Aspinall Graham Wilkinson Barry Wilson Cliff Houghton 80 6 Callaway shirts each
Peter Norbury David Rhodes David Sarsfield Lee Tilley 79 cpo 4 Maxitours shirts each
Paul Fell Nigel Ashton Colin Bryan Paul Martin 79 cpo 2 Maxitours caps each
Les Russon Rob Kenyon Dave Fidler 2’s Gary Whittaker 79 Maxitours towel each
Danny Holbrook Hayden Parry Tom Littlewood Adam Robinson 78
John Dickenson Jim Rymer Arthur Gray Paul Lord 77
Gary Butler Richard Johnson Nick Bragg Chris Adams 76
John Hunt James Shipston Alison Shipston James Brown 76
Tim Spencer Mark Saxon Paul Higgs Ron Sloane 75
Roger Percival Ed Wilkinson Pete Atherton Irvine Ginger 74
Nigel Davenport Neal Ritchie Tony Norton David Wilkinson 74
John Harrop Mark Turner Paul McDermott Peter Hoctor 73
Sarah Ormrod Dave Greenwood Nigel Hallowes John Delaney 73
Peter Maher Martin Higgins Dave Kelly Charles Beadle 72
John Hilditch John Pratt Ian Bartholomew Simon Walton 72
Dave Sully Donna Sully Ian Appleton Graham Davenport 72
Garry Owen Mark Bone Alistair Holloway Alan Gayle 71
Sam Leach Chris Walley Jim Hodges Kevin Reeves 70
Mick Mahon Dave Westwood Richard Palmer John Farnsworth 69
Gary Nieles Joe Yates John Longworth Alan Forber 69
Colin Roberts Andy Williamson Josh Turnock 2’s James Hey 2’s 69
Brian Hopkins Darren Whittaker Neil Worthington Nigel Emmett 68
Eric Robinson Gez Herbert Duncan Cameron Chris Chidley 68
Iain Duncan Lewis Moore Jim Donaghy Adam Fordham 65
Mike George Kris Icely Chris Icely Gordon Tylzey 64
Joe Shelley Dave Stewardson Ian Walters Adrian Waring 63
Matt Cheffins Sean O’Conner Dave Wilson John Daniels 58
John Newton David Lea Mark Geraty Jake Hackett No card
Jamie Bradbury Mike Davis Mike Walker Phil Beard No card
Lewis Marland Neale Laurent Paul Heap Alf Shillitoe No card

Stockport Mon 19th Aug 9am-3pm AM AM £27.50

8.54 David Kelly x4
9.03 Colin Roberts x4
9.11 Simon Hemsley x4
9.19 Jim Lindsay x4
9.27 Martin Bramwell x4
9.35 Jim Clarke x4
9.44 Jack Coleman x4
9.53 Chris Adams x4
10.02 Mick Mahon x4
10.11 Dave Stanhope x4
10.20 Peter Maher x4
10.29 Rob Weston x4
10.38 Andy Strickley x4
10.47 Lewis Marland x4
10.56 John Hilditch x4
11.05 Nathan fixby x4
11.14 Mike George x4
11.23 Roy Ainsworth x4
11.32 Pete Dobson x4
11.41 Paul Browne x4
11.50 Les Russon x4
12.00 Darren Booth x4
12.09 Barrie Simpson x4tbc
12.18
12.27 Andrew Cox x4
12.36 Neil Edwards x4
12.45 Neil Edwards x4
12.54 Dave Sully x4
1.03 Jon Hudson x4
1.11
1.20 Raju Misra x4 tbc
1.36
1.45 Chris Brownhill x4
1.53 Bob Mottershead x4
2.02 Richard Blackwell x4
2.10 Simon Taylor x4
2.18 Roy Sinclair x4
2.27 Lee Tilley x4
2.36 Simon Ashton
2.45 Dean Jagger x4
2.54 Gary Kirkwood x4
3.03

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Results from Reddish Vale

Many thanks to England Coach of the Year 2018 Matt Turnock for running my event today:
The challenging venue of Reddish Vale played host to the rearranged Didsbury fixture at short notice and considering the recent weather the course played absolutely brilliantly with lots of positive comments about the greens and general condition.

Ever friendly and welcoming Pro Andrew Myers was extremely helpful and accommodating along with the catering and bar staff who were very appreciative of the Maxitours event.

Hero Hale member Martin Bramwell certainly didn’t leave his team up the creek without a paddle with a splendid individual effort helping his team to a respectable 80 points. He was recently involved in river rescue after some canoeists had lost their paddle in the fast flowing river waters that run by one of the holes at Hale Golf Club. They had to abandon the rest of their adventure and walk back across the course with their canoe after Martin and others assisted them.

The last hole (heart attack hill as it’s fondly known to the locals) certainly took its toll with quite a few teams coming a cropper on this “face of the Eiger” finishing hole. Grappling hooks and crampons are not uncommon.

Scoring was very tight at the top with 88 point winners Bob Pickthall, Rob Roden, Bob Day and Dave Thomas just pipping the next teams down by a single point.

Nearest Pin 4th was won by Steve Marsh – 1 x Doz AD333 Srixons
Nearest Pin 12th was won by John Atkin – 1 x Doz AD333 Srixons

2’s £267.50 pot – Pro 3 V1’s or 8 Srixons
David Kelly, Stuart Blake, John Atkin, Steve Barber, Bob Pickthall, Rob Roden, Chris Clarke, Pete Ledger, Paul Allen (x 3 two’s), Dave Wainwright, Brian Hopkins, Ian Appleton, Steve Merricks, Steve Blakeway, Paul Simpson, John Hunt, James Brown, Jim Kenyon, Simon Ashton, Lee Tilley, Richard Wilkinson

1st Cleveland rtx4 wedge each
2nd Maxitours merino sweatereach
3rd Dozen Srixon z stars each
4th Dozen ad333 tour
5th Dozen ad333 each
6th Dozen ad333 each

Maxitours Reddish Vale Cleveland / Srixon Masters 8th August 2019 Score OOM
Bob Pickthall Rob Roden Bob Day Dave Thomas 88 12
David Parry Aide Price George Andrews Mark Holland 87 cpo 10
Sarah Ormrod Dave Greenwood Nigel Hallows John Delaney 87 8
Jim Clarke Chris Clarke Graham Jackson Pete Ledger 86 6
Eddie Ellis Chris Heptinstall Jim Kenyon Joe Stanley 85 cpo 4
David Kelly John Atkin Kevin Pearce Stuart Blake 85 2
Tony Jennison Chris Marshall Richard Blackwell John Hilton 83
Gary Neiles Joe Yates Alan Forber John Longworth 82
Colin Roberts Tony Adams Dave Marchant Andy Williamson 82
Nigel Ashton Paul Fell 2’s Mike Lowe Colin Bryan 2’s 82
Ian Appleton Graham Davenport Steve Heywood Richard Wakefield 82
Lee Tilley David Rhodes David Sarsfield Peter Norbury 82
Dave Goodwin Richard Williamson Graham Turner Maurice Pitcher 81
Mick Mahon Andy Faulkner Richard Palmer John Farnsworth 81
Peter Maher Martin Higgins Russell Humpries Charles Beadle 81
Stephen Mattinson Harvey Mattinson Jack Coleman Tony Bloor 80
Martin Bramwell Paul Simpson Chris Brown Dave Smith 80
John Dickinson Peter Moss Amanda Moss Helen Braddock 79
Roy Ainsworth Mike Verdon Barry Simpson Koos Alders 79
Dave Bentley Keith Edminson Nigel Utley Morton Lindholt 78
John Hunt James Shipston Alison Shipston James Brown 78
Lewis Marland Rick Cotton Phil Dickens Joe Loughman 77
Brian Greenbank Andy Rattray Mike Wainwright Dave Wainwright 77
Neale Laurent Mark Turner Paul McDermott Alf Shillitoe 77
Simon Ashton Richard Booth Chris Heyes Danny Moss 77
Steve Merricks Dave Fidler Mike Priestley Rob Kenyon 77
Brian Hopkins Darren Whittaker Steve Marsh Alan Pengelly 77
Ed Wilkinson Roger Percival Martin France Pete Atherton 75
Chris Adams Paul Allen Richard Johnson Dave Lees 75
Rob Platt Steve Morfitt Carl Mollart Steve Barber 73
Pete Cotton Ash Pathak Edward Cotton Richard Varmon 73
Alan Morris Les Penson Steve Blakeway Paul Hammond 72
Dave Stanhope John Buckley Tom Jarvis Mark Heggarty 71
Jim McEwan John Harker Jim Shirley Kian Price 70
Barry Jackson Derek Fortune Dave Beavis Dave Walsh 67

Mottram Hall Thurs 15th Aug 10.00am-3.00pm AM AM £25
Food available from 9.15 onwards coffee and bacon rolls £5
10.00 Colin Roberts x4
10.09
10.18 Jim Clarke x4
10.27 Mike George x4
10.36 Chris Chidley x4
10.45 Lewis Marland x4
10.54 Mick Mahon x4
11.03 Matt Cheffins x4
11.12 Tim Spencer x4
11.21 Peter Maher x4
11.30 John Hilditch x4
11.39 Nigel Hallows x4
11.48 Dave Sully x4
11.57 Neale Laurent x4
12.06 Les Russon x4
12.15 Roger Percival x4
12.20 Nigel davenport x4
12.24 Sam Leach x4
12.33 Jamie Bradbury x4
12.42 Steve Aspinall x4
12.51 Paul Fell x4
1.00 John Hunt x4
1.09 John Dickenson x4
1.18 Matt Clements x4
1.27 Garry Owen x4
1.36 John Newton x4
1.45 Adam McKenna x4
1.54 Iain Duncan x4
2.03 Richard Blackwell x2 Peter moss x2
2.12 Danny Holbrook x4
2.21 Andrew Hill x4
2.30 Lee Tilley x4
2.39Dave Goodwin x4
2.48 Joe Yates x4
2.57Brian Hopkins x4