Maxitours at very highly rated Romiley

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Maxitours at very highly rated Romiley

This balmy Summer of Golf continued at Romiley Golf Club today. Thanks to everyone at this lovely venue for making us feel SO welcome.

I finally realised my lifetime ambition to have my own car parking spot at a golf club as Romiley reserved me a prime spot with my name on in big letters. I was also very warmly greeted by a couple of suited members when I arrived (Duncan Challen and Dave Blood) and the greens were hand cut and ironed for our players by the expert greens staff- brilliant.

Romiley Golf Club is now right back amongst the elite Manchester courses and I would highly recommend it as a future Captains away day venue.
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‘Wonderful’ said Colin Roberts
‘Brilliant I love that course’ Oozed Barrie Simpson
‘Book it for next year -what a great course!’ Requested Paul Woodbine
‘ It was immaculate’ Said the less than immaculately dressed Bill Heywood.
‘The Greens were so true it was a pleasure to put on them’ Said Neale Laurent

Nigel Davenport ordered a healthy ham salad sandwich on wholemeal bread for his lunch and then followed it up had a new Maxitours record three bowls of chips. This class 4 handicapper is category 1 golfer but when it comes to eating and drinking he plays off scratch.

Jim Clarke has been on top form recently after a couple of impressive wins but he struggled a little bit today and had some bad luck when his slightly wayward drives kept rolling into awkward lies in the rough. He knew it was going to be a long day when he arrived late and had to take his sausage sandwich on the course with him. As he was walking down the first fairway his juicy sausage rolled out of its bap and unfortunately ended up in a sandy divot. After consulting with his team Jim had to declare it inedible and he ordered a provisional.

Phil Robinson has been watching too much World Cup football. He played like Raheem Sterling as he didn’t lose his marker and kept missing simple little tap ins from a couple of feet.

In today’s event it was great to see a husband and wife team in the prizes as lovely Kay (32) and ever so slightly less lovely Simon Conway (8) combined well to take 3rd place with 44 points.

The English football team is a very young vibrant bunch and they could have a bright future. There is nothing young and vibrant about John Farnsworth(22) but the ex- butcher (his wife who ran the butchery actually sacked him for being too miserable to his customers) called upon all his experience to take second place today. Farnsworth has a funny swing and his mates tell me his favourite cuts of meat are ‘chops’ and ‘shanks’ but today he hit some prime cuts to take ‘joint’ 2nd place. Richard Palmer was his surprised partner.

Winning today is the oldest winner for over 5 years as seventy eight year old Bill Parkinson(15) from Shaw Hill and Lake Nona (!) took first place alongside Mark Birtwistle(12). Loaded Bill owns Moorhouses Brewery among other things and he assured me that a pint of bitter tastes a lot better after a great game of golf. Well played chaps great victory on a super course.

Thanks to all players for your support, Yours in Golf, Tim

Nearest the pin 2nd hole John Newton Doz AD333s
Nearest the pin 11th hole Jon Hudson Doz AD333s

2’s £142.50 Brian Greenbank Josh Ainscough Roger Percival John Leonard John Newton Dave Plant Gordon Warke 6 pro v1s or 14 srixon AD333s each

Romiley 19-Jun-2018
Pos Player pairings Score OoM Comment
1 Bill Parkinson, Mark Birtwistle 44 12 FJ energise shoes
2 John Farnsworth, Richard Palmer 44 11 Maxitours merino sweater each
3 Simon Conway, Kay Conway 44 10 FJ Shirt each
4 Josh Ainscough, Neale Laurent 43 9 Sunice shirt each
5 Doug Edmonds, Gordon Warke 40 8 Pro quip shirt each
6 Martin Higgins, Charles Beadle 40 7 Pro quip shirt each
7 Barry Simpson, Pete Sinclair 40 6 Pro quip shirt each
8 Craig Dickenson, Paul Lord 39 5 Maxitours scorecards holder each
9 Dave Smith, Barry Taylor 39 4 Maxitours scorecards holder each
10 Ian Neilson, Paul Benson 39 3
11 Graham Jackson, Pete Booth 39 2
12 John Dickenson, Arthur Gray 39 1
13= Terry Hines, Malc Bailey 38
13= Paul Walton, Steve Dobson 38
13= Bob Mottershead, Roy Christian 38
13= Keith Workman, Dave Plant 38
13= Nigel Davenport, Alex Walters 38
13= George Bresnahan, Martin Firth 38
13= Rob Blain, Mike Hill 38
13= Rod Mills, Ken Swarbrook 38
21= Rob Platt, Steve Barber 37
21= Colin Roberts, Jeff Andrews 37
21= Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton 37
21= Brian Greenbank, Dave Wainwright 37
21= Andy Stone, Daniel Dunn 37
21= Graham Pike, Andrew Evans 37
21= Bernard Wood, Steve Parle 37
21= Barry Rigby , Andy Moon 37
29= Carl Mollart, Tom Broadhead 36
29= Jim Clarke, Chris Clarke 36
29= Brian Yardley, Peter Brown 36
32= Phil Okill, Andy Male 35
32= Chris Chidley, Duncan Cameron 35
32= Roger Percival, Ed Wilkinson 35
32= Ian Hellens, Bill Heywood 35
32= John Hudson, Andy Corner 35
37= David Kelly, Dave Harlow 34
37= John Atkin, Stuart Blake 34
37= Guy Levers, Mike Wainwright 34
40= Pete Keena, Paul Woodbine 33
40= Ted Ellis, Alan Brough 33
42= Munro Donald, Phil Hanson 32
42= Chris Ernill, John Dawson 32
44= John Newton, Joe Lauder 31
44= John Leonard, Dave Lea 31
44= Rodney Barlow, Jack Clarke 31
47= Dave Gioodwin, Phil Robinson 29
47= Brian Hopkins, Mark Taylor 29

Hazel Grove AM AM Thursday 28th June

10.00David Kelly x4
10.09Colin Roberts x4
10.18 Jim Caldwell x4
10.27 Jim Clarke x4
10.36 Bev Crute
10.45 Jack Coleman x4
10.54Lewis Marland x4
11.03 Mick Mahon x4
11.12 Brian Greenbank x4
11.21 Paul Fell x4
11.30 Simon Taylor x4
11.39 Dave Bentley x4
11.48 Neil Edwards x4
11.57 Rob Weston x4
12.06 Roger Percival x4
12.15 Paul Evans x4
12.24 Martin Bramwell x4
12.33 Tom Butler x4
12.42 John Hunt x4
12.51 Nigel Hallows x4
1.00 Chris Adams x4
1.18 Ray Jones x4
1.27
1.36 John Hunt x4
1.45
1.54 Sean Hammill x4
2.03 Barry Jackson x4
2.12 Richard Blackwell x4
2.21 Richard Williamson x4
2.30 Simon Ashton x4
2.39 Joe Yates x4
2.48 Craig Rae x4
2.57 Brian Hopkins x4

Results from Conwy and The two day Welsh Classic

Maxitours Welsh Classic at Conwy

What a fantastic two days of golf we have had in Wales.

I hope you enjoyed your golf as much as I enjoyed running the trip. Thanks to everyone for your class and integrity. Two days intense golf, great weather, immaculate behaviour and plenty of new friendships -we will be back next year!

Another gorgeous days golf was enjoyed by all today at 2020 Curtis Cup Venue Conwy. This is a top quality venue presented in excellent condition for todays event. Thanks to all involved at this fine Club.

‘Very, very, very, very, very good!’ said Steve Mattison and he doesn’t even have a speech impediment.

‘What a beaut!’ announced Phil Hanson ‘That’s a brilliant golf course’

A few golfers had slightly bloodshot eyes this morning as the Llandudno nightlife took its toll.

There were reports that one slightly intoxicated player lost contact with his team in the sleepy coastal resort late last night. They phoned to ask him where he was but he had no idea. ‘I can hear the sea though’. Was his helpful response.

Conditions were ideal with not a breath of wind to deviate the flight of a crisply struck iron shot off high quality seaside links turf. Unfortunately, there weren’t many of these shots on view today and the Conwy links came out on top.

‘That was like a very one sided boxing match.’ Observed humble Richard Palmer. ‘The problem was the golf course was Tyson Fury and we were like that small bloke he fought last weekend who couldn’t punch his way out of a paper bag.’

Brian Ankers finished his round and proudly told me that he had a great last three holes. Playing partner Roy Ainsworth brought him down to earth when he kindly reminded him that’s he was hopeless for the previous 33 holes.

In todays’ event likeable father and son Jim(11) and Chris Clarke (18) recorded their second win of the season playing alongside Pete Ledger(18) and Graham Jackson(7). They were surprised and delighted to win with just 83 points.

They just pipped talented senior Scotsman Don Campbell(2)and his less talented team of John Aspin(15) Mike Clementson(8) and James Callow(17).

The Overall two day Welsh Classic Champions were Bramalls Simon Hemsley(10), Joe Kirwan(5), Gareth Bradley (scr)and Nigel Hall(8). They added 81 points to their 85 point haul on day one to win by 5 shots.

It was a great team effort with Gareth, Joe and Simon all battling their socks off and playing great golf to hold it together for two days. Nigels’ main contribution was driving the team car and buying some petrol. Congratulation guys great victory.

Top retired architect and all round nice guy David Smith(8) masterminded a second place finish for his team of Andy Hallows (10)Peter O’Driscoll(18) and Tony Coleman(16) (who was mustard). They added a second day 78 to their 83 points recorded at North Wales.

Thanks again to all Maxitours players for being such a delight to deal with- terrific! Tim

Conwy

Nearest the pin 2nd Bob Sutton Doz AD333

Nearest the pin 15th Chris Fensom Doz AD333

North Wales

Nearest the pin 13th John Hilton Doz AD333

Nearest the pin 17th Olivier Troalen Doz AD333

2’s £180 4 prov1 10 srixons per 2 David Kelly Bob Sutton Pete Johnson Chris Fensom Bob Eastwood Marc Morris Frank Hindle Steve Heywood x2 Chris Adams Simon Golsby Nigel Hallows Don Campbell Mike Clementson

Conwy 12-June-2018
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Jim Clarke, Graham Jackson, Peter Ledger, Chris Clarke 83 12 FJ Chill out top each
2 Don Campbell, Mike Clementson, John Asplin, James Callow 81 10 Dozen Pro V1s each
3 Simon Hemsley, Gareth Bradley, Joe Kirwan, Nigel Hill 81 8
4 Dave Greenwood, Sarah Ormrod, Nigel Hallows, John Delaney 81 6 Sunice summer sweater
5 Colin Roberts, Dave Mason, Pete Johnson, 80 4
6 Mike Spencer, Ian King , Darren Whittaker, Simon Alport 80 2 Sunice shirt each
7= Dave Sully, Steve Heywood, Nigel Dibble, Miles Chilton 80
7= Ian Fensom, Kev Hart, John Griffin, Don Caine 80
9= Barrie Simpson, Martin Cox, Koos Alders, Marc Morris 78
9= David Smith, Andy Hallows, Peter O’Driscoll, Tony Coleman 78
11 Roy Ainsworth, Brian Ankers, John Morgan, Mike Verdon 77
12 Richard Palmer, Frank Hindle, John Farnsworth, Nick Hawarth 76
13= Bob Eastwood, Al Brown, Mark Clewley, Ashley Elliott 75
13= Les Russon, Rob Kenyon, Gary Whittaker, Steve Rosier 75
15= Martin France, Dave France, Peter Atherton, 74
15= John Hilditch, JP , Simon Walton, Elliott Crabtree 74
15= Chris Adams, Steve Hall, Andrew Oakes, Simon Golsby 74
18= David Kelly, Stuart Blake, Mike Dobson, Bob Sutton 73
18= Munro Donald, Paul Hanson, Phil Hanson, Swamy Narayana 73
18= Phil McCurry, Paul Robinson, Peter Brown, Brian Yardley 73
18= Peter Dolan, John Waterfield, Dave Watts, Neil McLeod 73
22= Peter Daniels, Brian Hitchen, Jim Doran, Graham Littler 72
22= Richard Blackwell, John Hilton, Garry Smith, Andy Hamlett 72
24= Sean Hamill, Malcolm Gibson, Tom Jarvis , Bill Caldwell 71
24= Stuart Reynolds, Ray Mills, Chris Fensum, Ray Mills 71
24= Peter Maher, Martin Higgins, Russell Humphries, 71
24= Peter Walkden, John Hollingworth, David Rogerson, Craig Snape 71
28= Jack Coleman, Anthony Bloor, Steve Mattinson, Giles Terry 69
28= Olivier Troalen, Ben Aardewerk, Robbie Brown, Louis Troalen 69
30 Tim Spencer, Paul Higgs, Richard Banks, Barry Pendlebury 62
Overall 15-Dec-2017
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Simon Hemsley, Gareth Bradley, Joe Kirwan, Nigel Hill 166 Cleveland wedge each
2 David Smith, Andy Hallows, Peter O’Driscoll, Tony Coleman 161 Maxitours merino sweater each
3 Colin Roberts, Dave Mason, Pete Johnson, 159 Maxitours holdall each
4= Mike Spencer, Ian King , Darren Whittaker, Simon Alport 158
4= Richard Palmer, Frank Hindle, John Farnsworth, Nick Hawarth 158
6= Barrie Simpson, Martin Cox, Koos Alders, Marc Morris 156
6= Ian Fensom, Kev Hart, John Griffin, Don Caine 156
6= Chris Adams, Steve Hall, Andrew Oakes, Simon Golsby 156
6= Munro Donald, Paul Hanson, Phil Hanson, Swamy Narayana 156
10 Roy Ainsworth, Brian Ankers, John Morgan, Mike Verdon 155
11= Les Russon, Rob Kenyon, Gary Whittaker, Steve Rosier 154
11= Olivier Troalen, Ben Aardewerk, Robbie Brown, Louis Troalen 154
13= Richard Blackwell, John Hilton, Garry Smith, Andy Hamlett 153
13= Peter Dolan, John Waterfield, Dave Watts, Neil McLeod 153
15= Bob Eastwood, Al Brown, Mark Clewley, Ashley Elliott 152
15= Don Campbell, Mike Clementson, John Asplin, James Callow 152
17= Stuart Reynolds, Ray Mills, Chris Fensum, Ray Mills 148
17= Peter Maher, Martin Higgins, Russell Humphries, Charles Beadle 148
17= Peter Daniels, Brian Hitchen, Jim Doran, Graham Littler 148
20 David Kelly, Stuart Blake, Mike Dobson, Bob Sutton 143
21 Tim Spencer, Paul Higgs, Richard Banks, Barry Pendlebury 134
North Wales 11-Jun-2018
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Olivier Troalen, Ben Aardewerk, Robbie Brown, Louis Troalen 85 12 FJ Chill out top
2 Simon Hemsley, Gareth Bradley, Joe Kirwan, Nigel Hill 85 10
3 Neil Drummond, Andrew Stone, Calum Cook, Daniel Dunn 85 8 Dozen Pro v1s each
4 David Smith, Andy Hallows, Peter O’Driscoll, Tony Coleman 83 6
5 Richard Palmer, Frank Hindle, John Farnsworth, Nick Hawarth 82 4 Sunice summer sweater
6 Chris Adams, Steve Hall, Andrew Oakes, Simon Golsby 82 2
7= Richard Blackwell, John Hilton, Garry Smith, Andy Hamlett 81
7= Munro Donald, Paul Hanson, Phil Hanson, Swamy Narayana 81
9 Peter Dolan, John Waterfield, Dave Watts, Neil McLeod 80
10= Colin Roberts, Dave Mason, Paul Fell, Pete Johnson 79
10= Les Russon, Rob Kenyon, Gary Whittaker, Steve Rosier 79
12= Mike Spencer, Ian King , Darren Whittaker, Simon Alport 78
12= Roy Ainsworth, Brian Ankers, John Morgan, Mike Verdon 78
12= Barrie Simpson, Martin Cox, Koos Alders, Marc Morris 78
15= Bob Eastwood, Al Brown, Mark Clewley, Ashley Elliott 77
15= Peter Maher, Martin Higgins, Russell Humphries, 77
15= Stuart Reynolds, Ray Mills, Chris Fensum, Ray Mills 77
18= Peter Daniels, Brian Hitchen, Jim Doran, Graham Littler 76
18= Ian Fensom, Kev Hart, John Griffin, Don Caine 76
20 Tim Spencer, Paul Higgs, Richard Banks, Barry Pendlebury 73
21 Don Campbell, Mike Clementson, John Asplin, James Callow 71
22= Dennis Whelan, Dennis Price, John Welsh, Malc Sparke 70
22= David Kelly, Stuart Blake, Mike Dobson, Bob Sutton 70
24 Rob Weston, Steve Foxcroft, Tony Andrews, Trevor Webb 69
25 Arthur Swing, Monty Moore, Eric Slap, Billy Shank 68

Romiley start times TUESDAY 19th June

9.40 Colin Roberts x4

9.49 David Kelly x4

9.58 Andy Hockenhul x2 Neale Laurent x2

10.07 Brian Greenbank x4

10.16 Simon Hemsley x4

10.25 Jim Clarke x4

10.34 Rob Platt x4

10.43 Mick Mahon x4

10.52 Paul Fell x2 Terry Hines x2

11.01 John Newton x4

11.12 Martin Higgins x2

11.21 Neil Drummond x2 Duncan Cameron x2

11.30

11.48 Barry Simpson x2 Roger Percival x2

11.57 Les Russon x4

12.06

12.24 Ian Hellens x4

12.33

12.42 Ray Jones x4

12.51 John Hudson x4

1.00

1.09 John Dickenson x4

1.18 Bob Mottershead x4

1.27 Nigel Davenport x4

1.36 Richard Williamson x4

1.45 David Smith x4

1.54 David Smith x4

2.03 Gordon Warke x4

2.12 Steve Parle x4

2.21 Bernard Wood x4

2.30

2.39 Lee Tilley x4

2.48 Brian Hopkins x4

Full North Wales Results

Spaces at Romiley Pairs Thurs 19th June

Maxitours Welsh Classic wonderful North Wales – Day 1

Clear blue Welsh skies greeted Maxitours players at North Wales Golf Club today. The course was in great condition and enjoyed by all.

Thanks to Club Manager Phil Breard and Professional Richard Bradbury who looked after us so well -they do a great job at this tremendous Club.

Sleeping on their early lead tonight is the Olivier Troalen team with 85 points. The team was last in so I watched them play the last and Robbie Browns tee shot hit the flag and he was left with a six in eagle putt to take first place! They were heading into Llandudno in great spirits so anything could happen tomorrow.

Simon Hemsleys team are happy sitting in 4th place and will call upon all their experience tomorrow at world class Conwy. David Smiths Ringway team were drinking iced water after their round and have been installed as favourites heading into the last day at Conwy.

Thanks to all whom played. Take it easy in Llandudno tonight chaps, those Welsh grannies are DANGEROUS. Tim

Nearest the Pin 13th Olivier Troalen Dozen AD333s

Nearest the pin 17th James Callow Dozen Ad333s

Well done to Robert Weston and Tony Andrews picked up a record 8 points on a tough North Wales par three 4th hole after both made impressive birdies.

2’s £120 6 pro v1s or 14 Srixon Ad333s Rob Weston Tony Andrews Andy Oakes Gareth Bradley x2 David Kelly Robbie Brown

North Wales 15-Dec-2017
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Olivier Troalen, Ben Aardewerk, Robbie Brown, Louis Troalen 85 12
2 Simon Hemsley, Gareth Bradley, Joe Kirwan, Nigel Hill 85 10
3 Neil Drummond, Andrew Stone, Calum Cook, Daniel Dunn 85 8
4 David Smith, Andy Hallows, Peter O’Driscoll, Tony Coleman 83 6
5 Richard Palmer, Frank Hindle, John Farnsworth, Nick Hawarth 82 4
6 Chris Adams, Steve Hall, Andrew Oakes, Simon Golsby 82 2
7= Richard Blackwell, John Hilton, Garry Smith, Andy Hamlett 81
7= Munro Donald, Paul Hanson, Phil Hanson, Swamy Narayana 81
9 Peter Dolan, John Waterfield, Dave Watts, Neil McLeod 80
10= Colin Roberts, Dave Mason, Paul Fell, Pete Johnson 79
10= Les Russon, Rob Kenyon, Gary Whittaker, Steve Rosier 79
12= Mike Spencer, Ian King , Darren Whittaker, Simon Alport 78
12= Roy Ainsworth, Brian Ankers, John Morgan, Mike Verdon 78
12= Barrie Simpson, Martin Cox, Koos Alders, Marc Morris 78
15= Bob Eastwood, Al Brown, Mark Clewley, Ashley Elliott 77
15= Peter Maher, Martin Higgins, Russell Humphries, 77
15= Stuart Reynolds, Ray Mills, Chris Fensum, Ray Mills 77
18= Peter Daniels, Brian Hitchen, Jim Doran, Graham Littler 76
18= Ian Fensom, Kev Hart, John Griffin, Don Caine 76
20 Tim Spencer, Paul Higgs, Richard Banks, Barry Pendlebury 73
21 Don Campbell, Mike Clementson, John Asplin, James Callow 71
22= Dennis Whelan, Dennis Price, John Welsh, Malc Sparke 70
22= David Kelly, Stuart Blake, Mike Dobson, Bob Sutton 70
24 Rob Weston, Steve Foxcroft, Tony Andrews, Trevor Webb 69
25 Arthur Swing, Monty Moore, Eric Slap, Billy Shank 68

Conwy Start times Tuesday 12th June

10.00 Colin Roberts x2 2 players required

10.08 David Kelly x4

10.16 Mike Spencer x4

10.24 Stuart Reynolds x4

10.30 Tim Spencer x4

10.36 Simon Hemsley x4

10.45 Barrie Simpson x4

10.54 Bob Eastwood x4

11.03 Roy Ainsworth x4

11.12 Jack Coleman x4

11.21 Mick Mahon x4

11.30 Jim Clarke x4

11.39 ian Femson x4

11.48 Roger Percival x4

11.57 John Hilditch x4

12.05 Yash Turgot x4

12.12 Les Russon x4

12.20 Peter Dolan x4

12.29 Richard Blackwell x4

12.37 Chris Adams x4

12.46 Pete Daniels x4

12.55 Nigel hallows x4

1.13 Peter Maher x4

1.22 David Walkden x4

1.31 Munro Donald x4

1.40 David Smith x4

1.58 Ian Hellens x4

2.06 Don Campbell x4

2.15

2.24 Olivier Troalen x4

2.33

2.49

2.57 Sean Hamill x4

Results from fabulous Fixby

Limited spaces available at these Great upcoming Maxitours events!!
Mon 11th June North Wales AM AM (Colin Roberts needs 2 players for this 2 day event)
Tues 12th June Conwy AM AM

Tues 19th June Romiley Pairs
Thurs 28th June Hazel Grove AM AM
Thurs 5th July Davenport AM AM
Mon 9th July Lancaster Pairs
Fri 20th July Hopwood AM AM

Maxitours at fabulous Fixby Hall

Huddersfield Golf Club (aka Fixby) was in unreal condition for todays event. Highly respected Head professional Alex Keighley had warned me that the course was excellent and she was true to her word.

Fixby is known as the home of Yorkshire Golf and all our players were certainly given a warm Yorkshire welcome today- thanks to all the friendly staff for your hospitality.

‘That was a joy!’ beamed Koos Alders. ’What a beautiful course!’
‘Fantastic!’ reported Dave Griffiths ‘That twelfth hole is amazing!’
‘Thanks Tim, I’ve had a great day.’ Said well mannered Martin Cox. ‘Brilliant golf course and they’ve even got Timothy Taylor on draught in the bar- life doesn’t get much better than this!’
‘Absolutely Stunning.’ Was all that James Shipstone could say.

The course is a cracker but even off the yellow tees it is a really tough test of golf. The Yorkshire rough is ‘proper rough’. James Brown somehow managed to lose four of his titleist balls and two Callaway clubs in his adventurous round.

The undulating greens are the main defence of for this masterpiece and at least three players were reported to have five putted on the ultra slick surfaces. Martin Cox had the most impressive disaster after he hit a wonderful chip to within a foot of the 7th hole before deciding to four putt, much to the amusement of his opponents.
Two handicapper Liam Rex is usually a class act but today he had the touch of a dinosaur as he finished in 2nd last place with 27 points playing alongside John Newton.

Ian Venables(12) golf game has been going down hill faster than a rabbit on a promise in recent weeks. Today he found some form to take 5th place alongside order of merit leader Paul Fell(4).

Ex Copper Paul Robinson from Davenport finished in 4th spot playing with Charles Waldren – Kelly who isn’t as posh as his name suggests.They had a spiffing 42 points.

The Bolton based duo of Saran Ormrod(20)(Turton) and Matt Smith(3)(Dunscar) recorded a first ever podium slot with 43 points.

Second place went to new father Greg(6) and new Grandfather Chris Adams(12). Greg celebrated the birth of his baby girl Edie with his Dad by having a day out at Fixby and the celebrations continued on the golf course- congratulations boys.

Carl Marginson(14) was FC Uniteds manager for 12 years before taking a break in October. He teamed up with his former goalkeeper John Worsnop(14) to take first place with 45 points. Worsnop hits it as hard as he can and recently he burst both shoe laces after an aggressively struck drive. He rose to the challenge over the closing holes and eagled the last to secure a first ever victory. Well played!

Thanks to all who played today. Yours in Golf, Tim

PS Thanks to Maxitours players for your tremendous integrity, I am blessed to have such a class group of golfers. I know things are busy but if you can continue to give me two weeks notice if for some unforeseen reason should you need to cancel that would be appreciated.

Nearest the Pin 8th Paul Fell Dozen AD333s
Nearest the Pin 11th Dave Griffiths Dozen AD333s

2’s £100 4 Pro V1s or 10 srixons each

James Shipstone Andy Hall Chris Casson Joe Kirwan Paul Fell Matt Smithx2 Tom Hulme

Fixby 15-Dec-2017
Pos Player pairings Score OoM Comment
1 John Worsnop, Karl Marginson 45 12 Sunice waterproof top
2 Chris Adams, Greg Adams 44 11 FJ Chillout top
3 Sarah Ormrod, Matt Smith 43 10 Dozen Pro V1s
4 Paul Robinson, Charles W-Kelly 42 9 Sunice Shirt
5 Paul Fell, Ian Venables 41 8 Maxitours shirt each
6 Kieran Green, Peter McClane 41 7 Maxitours shirt each
7 Gary Butler, Tom Hulme 40 FJ Socks each
8= John Hunt, James Shipstone 39
8= Alison Shipstone, James Brown 39
8= Andy Hall, Paul Brookshaw 39
8= Koos Alders , Martin Cox 39
8= Kieran Bradshaw, John Brooks 39
8= Dave Greenwood, John Delaney 39
14= Simon Hemsley, Chris Casson 38
14= Roy Ainsworth, Mike Verdon 38
14= Mick Mahon, Richard Palmer 38
14= Richard Wakefield, Steve Heywood 38
14= Tim Spencer, Ron Slaone 38
14= Brian Hopkins, Alan Pengelly 38
20 Paul Higgs, Brendan Poynts 37
21 Trevor Nicholson, Dave Bentley 36
22 Barrie Simpson , Pete Sinclair 35
23= Brian Ankers, Dave Lowe 34
23= Frank Hindle, John Farnsworth 34
23= Dave Slater, Dave W-Kelly 34
23= Geoff Ellam, Ian Smith 34
23= Dave Goodwin, Paul Woodbine 34
28= Gary Hornby, Paul Lord 33
28= Gareth Bradley, Joe Kirwan 33
30 Russell Humphries, Charles Beadle 32
31= Dave Griffiths, Mick Fenton 30
31= Michael Longshaw, Phil Robinson 30
33= Martin Higgins, Nigel Hall 28
33= Dave Blood, Duncan Challen 28
35= John Newton, Liam Rex 27
35= Myra Uttley, Nigel Uttley 27

Welsh Classic start sheets
North Wales Monday 11th June
9.13 Colin Roberts x2 2 players required
9.22 Simon Hemsley x4
9.31 Neil Drummond x4
9.40
9.49 Mike Spencer x4
9.58 Lewis Marland x4
10.07 Dave Whelan x4
10.18 Munro Donald x4
10.27 Andy Hockenhull x4
10.36
10.45 Jim Clarke x4
10.54 David Smith x4
11.12 Rob Weston x4
11.21 Barry Jackson x4
11.30
11.48 Dave Sully x4
11.57 Roy Ainsworth x4
12.06 Les Russon x4
12.15 Bob Eastwood x4
12.24 Peter Maher x4
12.33 Peter Daniels x4
12.42 Barrie Simpson x4
12.51 Mick Mahon x4
1.00 John Bent x4
1.09 Richard Blackwell x4
1.18 Peter Dolan x4

2.32 Chris Adams x4
2.41 Tim Spencer x4
2.45 David Kelly x4
2.50
2.59
3.17 Olivier Troalen x4
3.26 Don Campbell x4
3.35 Stuart Reynolds x4
3.44 Ian Fensom x4

Conwy Tuesday 12th June

10.00 Colin Roberts x2 2 players required
10.09 David Kelly x4
10.18 Mike Spencer x4
10.25 Stuart Reynolds x4
10.27 Tim Spencer x4
10.36 Simon Hemsley x4
10.45 Barrie Simpson x4
10.54 Bob Eastwood x4
11.03 Roy Ainsworth x4
11.12 Jack Coleman x4
11.21 Mick Mahon x4
11.30 Jim Clarke x4
11.39 Dave Stanhope x4
11.48 Roger Percival x4
11.57 John Hilditch x4
12.05 Yash Turgot x4
12.12 Les Russon x4
12.20 Peter Dolan x4
12.29 Richard Blackwell x4 earlier
12.37 Chris Adams x4
12.46 Pete Daniels x4
12.55 Nigel Hallows x4
1.04 John Bent x4
1.13 Peter Maher x4
1.22 David Walkden x4
1.31 Munro Donald x4
1.40 David Smith x4
1.49 Barry Jackson x4
1.58 Ian Hellens x4
2.06 Don Campbell x4
2.15 Ian Fensom x4 earlier
2.24 Olivier Troalen x4
2.33
2.40 Paul Cooper x4 tbc
2.49 Lee Tilley x4
2.57 Sean Hamill x4
3.06

Results from brilliant Vale Royal

Results from brilliant Vale RoyalResults from brilliant Vale Royal

Spaces at Fixby pairs– next Thursday- possibly the best course in Yorkshire!
Room for 2 or teams of 4 in the Welsh Classic Mon 11th and Tues 12th June

Maxitours at beautiful Vale Royal Abbey

The tremendous weather continued as Maxitours events headed into a warm and hazy June at Vale Royal. The course is maturing into one of the best in the North West and was once again in brilliant condition for todays’ competition.

A great day was had by all at this five star golf course and equally impressive clubhouse. New PGA pro Ben Derbyshire has added a real buzz to the Club and their hard working manager Ian Embury runs a very tight ship indeed.

Terry Hines and his cloth capped team came down from Chorley to play Vale Royal for the first time;
‘Eee that were fabulous’ said the likeable Lancastrian ‘’we’ll be back!’

‘Stunning’ announced David Dean. ‘We all love it here!’

Elliot Crabtree was in the woods a lot today, his ball went in the oaks near the 10th green, hit the Elm on the 15th and went in the Birch trees on the last. Ironically the only native British tree he didn’t hit with his ball today was a Crabtree.

Late starter David Dean finished his round and then headed off to Northwich to watch Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown live in concert. ‘The show will seem quite tame compared to some of the language my team were coming out with after their bad shots today!’ Joked the Woodside man as his team finished in 24th spot.

Duncan Hesketh has just returned from a golf trip to Florida. He played well for the first two days out there but then he told me his golf suffered as he struggled with a ‘flying right arm’. I told him that he should just grip the club lighter and let his elbow naturally hinge into his right side. He corrected me as his swing was fine. Apparently his right arm kept involuntarily waving at a voluptuous cheerleader driving the refreshment buggy and he couldn’t stop buying drinks from her.

Colin Roberts from Alsager has spent tens of thousands of pounds playing golf all over the world in the last six months and he has only just returned from Nice on Tuesday after yet another golfing vacation. The practice seems to be reaping dividends as on form Colin wins a pair of FJ socks for his 5th place.

Simon Hemsleys(8) Bramall team picked up 46 points on a terrific back nine effort after collecting a stuttering 37 points on the front nine. Their 83 points was good enough for 4th place. Gareth Bradley (+1), Nigel Hall(8) and Mark Clewley(4) completed the team.

Les Russon(13) also from Bramall and his team of senior Macclesfield golfers Paul Carroll(19) Duncan Adshead(20) and Steve Pegg(22) took third place. Smooth swinging Carroll hit a great shot into the16th to win nearest the pin and keep his team ticking along nicely.

Despite dropping a shot on their opening hole Wrexhams’ Paul Fell (6) and his cosmopolitan team of Ian Venables(12) Mike Lowe(8) and curly haired likeable scouser Ben Kinsey(4) took 2nd place with 85 points. Ex -army man Fell showed his true grit with a very valuable birdie on the closing hole.

Dave Stanhopes’(11) team took 1st prize today after a wonderful 87 points. The Dunham man is learning to fully relax on the golf course and is showing his true colours after he took an impressive one over par 37 shots on the tougher front nine to give his team a great a start. Long suffering team mates Phil Smeathers,(6) Tom Jarvis,(14) and Dave Antrobus(10) looked to be in a state of shock as they are not usually in the winners circle. In fact ‘wild’ Tom Jarvis has never had a top three finish despite ten years of trying. He normally only carries 13 golf clubs in his bag– his 14th club and most used is a strimmer he carries around with him to search for his balls in the long rough.
Well played chaps great victory.

Thanks to all who played and battled the traffic your efforts are appreciated, Tim

Nearest the pin 10th John Delaney Doz AD333
Nearest the Pin 16th Paul Carroll Doz AD333

2‘s sweep £202.50 27 Srixon AD333s or 12 pro v1s per 2.

Joe Kirwan Andy Hockenhull Dave Wainwright Mike Hill John Delaney

Vale Royal 15-Dec-2017
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Dave Stanhope, Tom Jarvis, Phil Smeathers, Dave Antrobus 87 12 Titleist Messenger bag each
2 Paul Fell, Ian Venables, Ben Kinsey, Mike Lowe 85 10 Maxitours holdall each
3 Les Russon, Paul Carroll, Duncan Adshead, Steve Pegg 85 8 Sunice light sweater each
4 Simon Hemsley, Gareth Bradley, Nigel Hall, Mark Clewley 83 6 Maxitours shirt each
5 Colin Roberts, Geoff Andrews, Dave Marchant, Brian White 83 4 FJ Socks each
6 Jim Caldwell, John Broadbent, Peter Griggs, Don Bailey 82 2 FJ Socks each
7= Brian Greenbank, Dave Wainwright, Ian Ponter, Mike Wainwright 81
7= Dave Bentley, Chris Clarke, Richard T-Carr, Rob Wood 81
7= Andy Hockenhull, Joe Kirwan, Alan Cunningham, Rob Jones 81
7= Pat O’Dowd, Jimmy Caffrey, Marcus Rigby, Kit Parkington 81
11 Mike Stuart, Alan Green, Dave Thorley, Dave Stone 79
12= Jack Coleman, Harvey Mattison, Steve Mattison, Anthony Bloor 78
12= Brian Hopkins, Gary Bresnahan, Mark Johnson, Tim Wrigley 78
12= Tom Baker, Tom Baker JNR, John Kilner, David Smith 78
12= Joe Yates, Alan Forber, Andrew Cox, John Longworth 78
16= John HIlditch, Ian Noke, Elliott Crabtree, Steve Boland 77
16= Paul Gilbert, Matt Nelstrop, Craig Rea, Mandy Gilbert 77
16= Terry Hines, Dave Myers, Martin Sales, Keith Rigby 77
19= Richard Blackwell, Tony Jennison, John Hilton, Steve Austin 76
19= Nigel Hallows, John Delaney, David Greenwood, Sarah Ormerod 76
21= Peter Maher, Martin Higgins, Russell Humphries, Gerry John 75
21= Gweneth Bramwell, Wendy Jenkins, Jill Kaye, Helen Davies 75
21= Steve Parle, Gary Parle, Gordon Warke, Mike McNulty 75
24= Paul Evans, Martin Sands, Tony Evans, Alan Read 73
24= Dave Sully, Steve Heywood, Donna Sully, John Bodgers 73
24= Malc Sparke, George Ross, David Dean, Wayne Colclough 73
27 Graham Pike, Frazer Mackenzie, Nigel Eckersley, Rick Sym 72
28= Mick Mahon, John Farnsworth, Frank Hindle, Dave Westwood 71
28= Jon Hudson, Mick Hill, Roger Burns, Mark Pretty 71
28= Dennis Whelan, Denis Price, Richard Yates, Craig Smith 71
31 John Newton, Mike Baker, John Leonard, Dave Lea 69

Fantastic Fixby start times
10.00 Colin Roberts x4
10.09 Simon Hemsley x4
10.18 John Newton x4
10.27 Mick Fenton x4
10.36 Barrie Simpson x2 Koos Alders x2
10.45 Terry Hines x2 Richard Wakefield x2
10.54 Mick Mahon x4
11.03 John Hunt x4
11.12
11.21 John Hilditch x4
11.30
11.39 Roy Ainsworth x4
11.48 Dave Bentley x4
11.57 Roger Percival x4
12.06
12.15 Nigel Hallows x4
12.24 Ian Lilley x4
12.33 Tim Spencer x4
12.42 Chris Adams x4
12.51 Paul Robinson x4
1.00 Peter Maher x4
1.09
1.18 Dave Blood x4
1.27 Paul Fell x2
1.54
2.03 Richard Williamson x4
2.12 Brian Hopkins x4
2.21 Lee Tilley x4
2.30

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Results from Brilliant Bramall Park

Great Upcoming Maxitours events
Spaces at Vale Royal next Friday 1st June – this course is in terrific condition – filling fast!
Room at Fixby Thursday 7th June -home of the famous Lawrence Batley trophy- one of the best courses in the country- don’t miss it!

Maxitours at Brilliant Bramall Park

Wall to wall sunshine greeted Maxitours players at leafy Bramall Park today.

This is a brilliant Golf Course set in the Stockport suburbs. Head pro Craig Daggitt does a great job and he always contacts me before the event to see if he can be of assistance- thanks Craig , top man.

The golf course was superbly presented and as well as a highly skilled greens who were team hand cutting the greens when I arrived this morning there was a party of six volunteer members proudly weeding around the practice green and tidying up the car park for us- which says a lot about this great Club.
The new Clubhouse interior and balcony also look great after recent renovations.

‘That is a Fantastic Maxitours venue! The course was brilliant and the pint of Wainwrights is also spot on!’ Reported well-travelled Sam Leach who knows even more about beer than he does about golf. There were plenty of positive comments throughout the day:
‘Great Course!’ Koos Alders
‘Fantastic!’ Marc Morris
‘Excellent!’ Munro Donald

The greens were very firm and true and staying on the putting surface was a problem for the less talented strikers of a golf ball. I told Dave Griffiths about the importance of changing your wedge regularly or at the very least keeping grooves mud free to get some much needed backspin in the bouncy conditions. ‘You mean you are allowed to clean your grooves? Replied Dave.

It’s a very well known fact that Roy Ainsworth(26) has dragged many of his playing partners down to his level over the years. Poor Adam Princep is his latest victim and he has seen his handicap double since joining Roys team at the start of the year. (Luckily it isn’t actually as bad as it sounds as the Warrington man has crept from a 1 to a 2 handicap.) The team finished in 15th place today.

It is great to see that Phil Smeathers(6) was back to his best after his recent illness. He is a lovely bloke who has been great with me over the years, The middle section of the Bramall course is very tough but big Phil destroyed it with eight pars on the bounce as he helped his Knutsford team into 7th place. If you have a spare half hour he will happily talk you through each hole as at least three people in the Bramall bar this afternoon will testify.

Brian Hopkins played with his new set of Titleist AP3 irons and he was excited to be taking the wrappers off some of his clubs in the Clubhouse before play. Brian struck his tee shot within 120 yards of the 1st green and then incredibly holed his virgin wedge. This helped his team take third place on a card play off. Mark Taylor(9) Tim Wrigley(20) and Mike Powell(11) completed the Shrigley team.

Heyrose’ Paul Walton(15) Warrington’s stunning Anne Greenough (6) and Mottrams’ Steve Dobson (28) took 2nd place. County table tennis player Anne is also a class golfer and she impressively made 4’s on the tough 10th and 11th holes to earn her team 6 valuable points. A couple of chip ins on the back nine from Steve also helped the cause.

Earning their first ever victory today were Knutsfords multi millionaire Jim Clarke(12) and his pals Pete Ledger(18) Pete Booth(16) and Graham Jackson(9). Jim has worked hard on his golf this winter and is now reaping the rewards although it was a great team effort from the likeable quartet. Well played chaps!
Thanks to all who played. I hope you had a great day.
Yours in golf, Tim

Nearest the Pin 4th Barry Jackson AD333s
Nearest the Pin 18th Chris Adams AD333s
2’s £180 4 pro v1s each or 10 srixons
Ben Kinsey Mick Mahon Bri Hopkins Mark Taylor Dave Greenwood Robbie Brown Martin France Ed Wilkinson Dave Henshall Chris Adams Barry Jackson John Ogden Steve Leavitt Andy Hall

Bramall Park 15-Dec-2017
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Jim Clarke, Pete Ledger, Pete Booth, Graham Jackson 84 12 Cleveland wedge each
2 Paul Walton, Anne Greenough, Steve Dobson, 84 10 Maxitours suit carrier
3 Brian Hopkins, Mark Taylor, Mike Powell, Tim Wrigley 82 8 Sunice shirt each
4 Tom Butler, Eddy Sterling, Matt Cheffins, Sean O’Conner 82 6 Maxitours shirt each
5 Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Ian Venables, Ben Kinsey 82 4 Maxitours scorecard holder
6 Dave Blease, Carl Marginson, Rob Whittle, Pete Short 81 2 Maxitours scorecard holder
7= Dave Stanhope, Phil Smeathers, Giles Terry, Tom Jarvis 80
7= Ed Pysden, Ken Jee, John Ogden, Steve Leavitt 80
9= Olivier Troalen, Louis Troalen, Robbie Brown, Ben Aardewerk 79
9= Rob Ormerod, John Delaney, Dave Greenwood, Nigel Hallows 79
11= Mike Sallebank, Dave Bolton, Arthur Little, Drew Folland 78
11= Simon Ashton, Andrew Hill, Mick Jones, Paul Abbott 78
13= Eddie Ellis, Nigel Eckersley, Jim Kenyon, John Selby 77
13= Sam Leach, Jonny Barton, Chris Walley, Jim Hodges 77
15= Roy Ainsworth, Steve Collier, Mike Verdon, Adam Princep 75
15= Mick Mahon, Frank Hindle, Munro Donald, John Farnsworth 75
15= Roger Percival, Martin France, Pete Atherton, Ed Wilkinson 75
15= Paul Bayley, Dave Henshall, John Kirk, Roy Kirk 75
19 Chris Adams, Paul Allen, Paul Wilde, Simon Pooler 74
20 Simon Hemsley, Garteth Bradley, Darren Whittaker, Ian King 73
21= Barrie Simpson, Koos Alders, Marc Morris, Martin Cox 72
21= Dave Bentley, Nigel Utley, Keith Edmondson, Mark Cooper 72
23 Paul Rudkin, Mike Lomax, Craig Gorton, Chris Wrighton 71
24= Dave Dean, George Ross, Keith Dooley, Denis Price 69
24= Barry Jackson, Dave Beavis, Derek Fortune, Steve Walsh 69
24= Dave Griffiths, Mike Fenton, Andy Hall, Pete Birtwistle 69
27 Rob Weston, Trevor Webb, Tony Andrews, Steve Foxcroft 68
28 Garry Smith, Alan Jones, Lee Wolstenholme, Lee Murphy 66

Vale Royal AM AM start sheet Friday 1st June
8.30 Colin Roberts x4
8.39 Jim Caldwell x4
8.48 Simon Hemsley x4
8.57 Brian Greenbank x4
9.06 Mike Stuart x4
9.15 Jack Coleman x4
9.24Dave Stanhope x4
10.30 Lewis Marland x4
10.39 Mick Mahon x4
10.48 Paul Evans x4
10.57 Jim Clarke x4
11.06 Paul Fell x4
11.14 John Newton x4
11.22 John Hilditch x2 Simon Walton x2
11.30 Graham Littler x4
11.39
11.48 Pat O’Dowd x1 Jimmy Caffrey x2 – 1 player required
11.57 Peter Maher x4
12.06 Gweneth Bramwell x4
12.15 Dave Sully x4
12.18 Les Russon x4
12.27Paul Gilbert x4
12.36Munro Donald x4
12.45
12.54 Steve Parle x4
1.03 John Hudson x4
1.12 Graham Pike x4
1.21 Terry Hines x4
1.30 Richard Blackwell x4
1.39 Dave Whelan x4
1.48 M Sparke x4
1.57 Brian Hopkins x4
2.06 John Stubbs x4
2.15 Joe Yates x4
2.24
2.33 Tom Baker x4
2.42

Maxitours at pristine Pleasington

Still spaces at Brilliant Bramall Park Tuesday 22nd May
Superb Vale Royal Fri 1st June
Fabulous Fixby Thurs 7th June
All in great condition!

Maxitours at Pristine Pleasington

Pleasington was in terrific condition for todays Maxitours event. The mature heathland fairways were firm and links-like and the greens were rolling fast and true. When the course is presented like this Pleasington has a very good claim to be the best inland course in Lancashire.

‘Just Outstanding.’ Praised Martin Bramwell
‘That’s my favourite venue!’ Said Harvey Mattinson ‘It’s a cracker.’
‘Absolutely fantastic!’ Reported John Hunt.
‘What a beautiful rural course!’ Declared Peter Maher.

‘I have never seen so many Bluebells and bunkers on a golf course!’ reported Mike Gauden
‘I never saw any bluebells?’ Quizzed Steve his more talented straight hitting playing partner.
‘There were lots of them deep in the trees’ Replied Mike.

Ken Swarbrick went in a Maxitours record 17 bunkers today. He hit 21 bunker shots. Work it out.

Graham Lomas (23 hcap) came to England from Australia’s Gold Coast five years ago. He has piercing blue eyes, is six foot tall and has fair hair- but that is where the similarity with Greg Norman ceases. During his career swashbuckling Norman was nicknamed ‘the great white shark’ after his aggressive golf. Graham is known to his mates as ‘the great white fishfinger’ and he managed just a solitary par all day.

Alf Shillitoe(18) is also widely regarded as a bad golfer. He normally lets his team down each week. Today the roles were reversed and surprised Alf had two four point holes and two three pointers. Despite Alfs’ brave efforts his team struggled to 17th place. ‘Where were you?’ was all he could mutter in the Clubhouse.

Seve sometimes starved himself before he played as he felt it turned him into a finely tuned tiger with heightened senses hunting down its prey. Dave Goddard had two cheese and ham toasties and a couple of pints before he went out. He resembled a python that has just swallowed a cow. Dave eventually digested his meal and got on the team card two and a half hours after he teed off with a lucky putt on the 10th hole.

Scoring wasn’t great despite yellow tees, perfect weather and immaculate greens. Ninety percent of teams scored more points on the easier front nine and I have never heard so many players saying they had thrown away a win.

Two ladies featured in the prizes as Alison Shipstone(15) and Sheena Leonard(14) played great golf to help John Hunt(18) and James Shipstone(10) finish in 3rd place. Hunt contributed with an eagle on the 7th hole but it was the girls who did most of the work.

Charles Herbert(18) Ross Birch(9) and Pete Hamlett(6) also scored much more heavily on the front nine and were delighted with second place.

Wrexham’s Paul Fell (6) teamed up with old Nigel Ashton(12) Paul Mullen(12) and Ben Kinsey(6) from Huyton and Prescot. The likeable quartet thought they had blown it with 3 points on their final hole but they were delighted to take 1st prize. Well played chaps.

Thanks to all who played today I am sure you had a great day!
Yours in Golf, Tim

Nearest the Pin 16th Dave Woods Dozen Ad333
Nearest the Pin in 2 on 18th Gary Parle Dozen Ad333
2’s sweep £142.50 4 pro V1s or 10 srixons per 2
Andy Thompson x2 Phil McCurry Dave Baldwin Paul Fell Paul Mullen Mike Hill Jon Hudson Richard Williamson Gary Parle Andy Faulkner

Pleasington 15-Dec-2017
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Paul Mullen, Ben Kinsey 83 12 Maxitours merino sweater each
2 Charles Herbert, Ross Birch, Pete Hamlett, 83 10 FJ Shirt each
3 John Hunt, Alison Shipstone, James Shipstone, Sheena Leonard 82 8 PGA Top/doz Wilson lady balls
4 Allan Brown, Dave Woods, Sarah Brown, Neil Worthington 81 6 Maxitours shirt each
5 Munro Donald, John Farnsworth, Andy Faulkner, Dave Baldwin 81 4 Maxitours card holder each
6 Richard Blackwell, Mike Garde, John Hilton, Nigel Hallows 81 2
7= Martin Bramwell, Matt Nelstrop, Chris Brown, Andy Vietch 80
7= James Wilson, Mike Tarrant, Steve Halliwell, Paul Wilkinson 80
7= Ian Neilson, Barry Taylor, Tom Wilson, Stewart Cragg 80
10= Pat O’Dowd, Carl Kennedy, Andrew Stone, Neil Drummond 79
10= Steve Parle, Gary Parle, Barry Rigby, John O’Donnell 79
12= Bill Heywood, Brian Yardley, Phil McCurry, Paul Robinson 78
12= Peter Ledger, Phil Maher, Declan Bateson, Damien Bateson 78
14 Bri Hopkins, Mark Taylor, Mark Johnson, George Bresnahan 77
15= Nigel Oakes, Stuart Hilditch, Andy Thompson, Dave Aden 76
15= Mick Fenton, Andy Hall, Don Millgan, Tony Stlies 76
17= Lewis Marland, John Seaton, Kevin Seaton, Alf Shillitoe 75
17= Martin Higgins, Russell Hmphries, Peter Maher, Charlie Beadle 75
17= Richard Williamson, Dave Goodwin, Paul Woodbine, Dave Goddard 75
20= Jack Coleman, Mike Gauden, Steve Mattinson, Harvey Mattinson 73
20= John Hudson, Mike Hill, Gary Brooks, Dave Goddard 73
20= David Smith, Rod Barlow, Jack Clarke, Mark Birtwistle 73
20= Dave Sully, John Bodgers, Steve Heywood, Yash Turgot 73
24 Simon Hemsley, Ian King, Darren Whittaker, Nigel Hall 72
25 Bernard Wood, Andy Moon, Ted Ellis, Derek Ellis 69
26 Ed Pysen, Fred Bridge, Ken Jee, Simon Moorhouse 67
27 Dave Stanhope, Tom Jarvis, John Buckley, Jim Wardle 66
28 Chris Ernill, Rod Mills, Bill Parkinson, Doug Edmonds 61
29 Tom Dobbins, Chris Dykens, Ken Swarbrick, Peter O’Driscoll 57

Bramall Park start times
Tuesday 22nd May

10.00 Colin Roberts x4
10.09 Simon Hemsley x4
10.17 Barrie Simpson x4
10.25 Rob Weston x4
10.33 Paul Fell x4
10.41 Dave Stanhope x4
10.50 David Bentley x4
10.58 Lewis Marland x4
11.07 Mick Mahon x4
11.15 Mike Sallebank x4
11.25 Ed Pysden x4
11.34 Roy Ainsworth x4
11.43 Jim Clarke x4
11.52 Roger Percival x4
12.01 Sam Leach x4
12.10 Tom Butler x4
12.19
12.28 Eddie Ellis x4
12.42 Garry Smith x4
12.51 Chris Adams x4
1.00 Nigel Hallows x4
1.09
1.18 Olivier Troalen x4
1.27 Paul Rudkin x4
1.36 Ben Harris x4
1.45 Dave Whelan x4
1.54 Paul Bayley x4
2.03 Dave Blease x4
2.12 Barry Jackson x4
2.21 Richard Williamson x4
2.39 Simon Ashton x4
2.48
2.57 Brian Hopkins x4