Maxitours at amazing Hopwood

Maxitours at amazing Hopwood

Hopwood was presented in truly immaculate condition for todays event. This Harry Colt designed golf course just keeps getting better.
As I put the nearest the pin markers out first thing this morning there were deer munching on the lush rough, green woodpeckers floating across the fairways and a pair of pied wagtails bobbing up and down next to the 16th green. This place is a little oasis and only 5 miles from the centre of Manchester. Brilliant.

House manager Steve was really excellent to deal with and my players enjoyed his bacon butties and hospitality.
The food was tremendous but the portions were ridiculous. I could have fed my family for a week with my special black bean chicken lunch. Jeremy Capper ordered the fishfinger butty. When it arrived there were eight fish fingers in it. Eight! It could take a few years for North sea fish stocks to recover.

Everyone had an excellent day. Except for George Kerr.
He went home devastated.
First his team were pipped by a shot by rival fellow Heyrose member Norrie Erwan. Secondly, and much more upsetting for the Scotsman was when he lost his 2nd castle tee of the day after a frantic search on the 13th. ‘I’ve never lost two tees in one round before.’ Reported the shell-shocked Jock.

The 13th is one of the best par threes you will ever play. Garry Smith came into the clubhouse delighted with his shot that finished three feet away, ‘That will take some beating’ He observed.
Two groups later likeable Andrew Cox hit it to within 2 feet ‘ That will take some beating.’ The Lymm man told me.
Twenty minutes later Lee Tilley walked in –‘ I think I’ve got nearest the pin.’ Lee’s ball hit the flag and his ball came to rest less than a foot away from the pin. ‘I don’t think that will be beaten.’
It wasn’t.

Bromborough’s posh scousers Phil Gow, Mike Green, Mark Sanderson and Glyn Rankin travelled down the M62 and took third place with a solid 86 points.

Birchwood’s Simon Wilkinson, John Linsky, Dave Monk and Barry Wilson travelled less far down the M62 and were delighted with their 87 points to secure 2nd place.

Taking first place after more than a year without a win were the ever present team of Richard Blackwell(12), Ex-European table tennis champion John Hilton(14), Garry Smith(9) and Dave Greenwood(10). They narrowly won helped by picking up six points on the tricky 18th hole when other teams were faltering. Well played chaps, a great win on a great golf course.

Thanks to everyone for your 100% attendance today.

Yours in golf, Tim

Nearest the pin 13th Lee Tilley Doz AD333
Nearest the in 16th Joe Kirwan Doz AD333

2’s sweep £197.50 6 pro v1s or 14 srixons per 2.
Gary Smith Phil Gow Mark Sanderson Paul Fell Steve Aspinall Paul Salt John Backhouse Lee Tilley Nigel Uttley

Hopwood 29 Sept
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Richard Blackwell, Garry Smith, John Hilton, Dave Greenwood 88 12 Maxitours Chill out top
2 John Lynsky, Barry Wilson, Dave Monk, Simon Wilkinson 87 10 Dozen Taylor made TP5 each
3 Phil Gow, Mike Green, Mark Sanderson, Glynn Rankin 86 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Paul Fell, Colin Bryan, Mike Lowe, Nigel Ashton 85 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Dave Goodwin, Richard Williamson, Paul Woodbine, Phil Robinson 85 4 Maxitours cap each
6 Steve Aspinall, John Fitzsimmons, Barry Wellings, David Hughes 85 2 Maxitours bag towel each
7 Gary Phillips, Hugh Bilby, Jonny Reeves, Nigel Hall 84
8= Munro Donald, Andy Faulkner, John Farnsworth, Dave Westwood 82
8= Andrew Cox, John Cox, Norrie Erwin, Phil Young 82
8= Lee Tilley, Pete Norbury, Dave Sarsfield, Dave Rhodes 82
8= Nigel Uttley, Dave Bond, Tom Beavers, Gavinda Sehmi 82
12= Neale Laurent, Mark Turner, Gareth Gwilliam, Dave Abram 81
12= Tom Woollacott, Sarah Johnson, Jim Spears, Rick Howard 81
12= Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Karl Marginson, Mark Foley 81
12= Mick Jones, Simon Ashton, Phil Baines, Ian Cole 81
12= Paul Salt, Les Penson, Chris Chidley, George Kerr 81
12= Roger Percival, John Backhouse, Tim Blackshaw, Ed Wilkinson 81
18 Rob Platt, John Broomhead, Jeremy Capper, Tim Barstow 80
19= Les Russon, Simon Burgess, Rob Kenyon, Hugh Bilby 79
19= Jeremy Finch, Paul Tattershall, Mark Robinson, Alistair McCarey 79
21= Martin Williams, Martin Bray, Mke Kulik, Simon Hartland 78
21= Steve Smith, Trevor Roberts, Richard Cooper, Jonathon Oldknow 78
23 Ian Bullough, Neil Simpson, Brendan Lieghton, Dave Carlile 77
24= Jim Clarke, Kevin McEvoy, Graham Jackson, Chris Clarke 76
24= Chris Lee, Dave Allcock, Andy Duncan, Steve Jackson 76
26 CJ, Martin Bramwell, Peter Veitch, Dave Madely 75
27 Simon Hemsley, Mike Spencer, Ian King, Joe Kirwan 73
28= Jack Coleman, Harvey Mattison, Steve Mattinson, Anthony Bloor 71
28= Martin Humphries, Joyce Larkin, John Murphy, Paul Webb 71
30 Rob Sims, Jim Kenyon, John Acres, Tony Tighe 67

Llangollen start sheet
Friday 7th Oct
9.00 Colin Roberts x4
9.09 Jim Caldwell x4
9.18 Dave Buckley x4
9.27 Dave Goodwin x4
9.30 Paul Fell x4
9.45 Paul Gilbert x4
9.54 Jack Coleman x4
10.03 John Hilditch x4
10.12 Martin Humphries x4
10.21 Neil Laurent x4
10.30 Jim Lindsay x4
10.39 Roger Percival x4
10.39 Peter McElkerney x4
10.48 Sam Leach x4
10.57 Jim Clarke x4
11.06 Steve Aspinall x4
11.15 Simon Poucher x4
11.24 Dave Monk x4
11.33 Gary Phillips x4
11.42 John Hunt x4
11.51 Kev Hart x4
12.00Dave Sully x4
12.09 Jimmy McEwan x4
12.18 Jimmy McEwan x4
12.27 Ian Hellens x4
12.36 Les Russon x4
12.45 Richard Blackwell x4
12.54 Gary Neiles x4
1.03 Ian Reece x4
1.12 RoyAinsworth x4
1.21 Jim Rymer x4
1.30 Pete Walters x4
1.39 Russ Sollitt x4
1.48
1.57 David Smith x4
2.06 Steve Parle x4
2.15 Bill Melia x4

The Maxitours Xentum Winter/Spring Schedule

Dear Maxitours golfer,

Here is the exciting new Winter schedule. We are looking forward to visiting Eaton and Prestatyn Golf Clubs for the first time which are both excellent venues I am sure you will enjoy.

The Portugal trip in January is full but there will be a new venue for the following year announced in January.

As always thank you very much for your integrity and support each week.

Enjoy your golf,
Tim

Maxitours – XENTUM – Winter/ Spring Schedule 2022/23
November
Thurs 3rd Nov Formby Hall 9.00am – 12am AM AM £30.00
Tue 8th Nov Fairhaven 11.30am – Shotgun AM AM £30.00
Thurs 17th Nov Mottram Hall 11.00am – Shotgun AM AM £25.00
Thurs 24th Nov Ringway 11.00am – Shotgun AM AM £25.00
Weds 30th Nov Warrington 11.00am Shotgun AM AM £25.00
December
Thurs 8th Dec Crosland 11.00am – Shotgun AM AM £25.00
Mon 12th Dec Stockport 11.00am – Shotgun AM AM £30.00
January
20th to 22nd Jan 2022 Portugal Trip – Quinta do Lago £675.00
Weds 11th Jan Vale Royal 11.00am – Shotgun AM AM £25.00
Tues 24th Jan Fairhaven 11.30am – Shotgun AM AM £30.00
February
Thurs 2nd Feb Mottram Hall 11.00am – Shotgun AM AM £25.00
Thurs 9th Feb North Wales 9.00am – 1pm AM AM £25.00
Weds 15th Feb Warrington 11.00am – Shotgun AM AM £25.00
Mon 20th Feb Stockport 11.00am – Shotgun AM AM £30.00
March
Fri 3rd Mar Eaton 9.40am – 2.10pm AM AM £27.50
Mon 6th Mar Conwy 10.00am – 1pm AM AM £30.00
Thurs 9th Mar Ringway 9.00am – 2pm AM AM £25.00
Weds 16th Mar Formby Hall 9.00am – 1.54pm AM AM £30.00
Thurs 23rd Mar Prestatyn 10.00am – 1pm AM AM £30.00
Weds 29st Mar Vale Royal 8.30am – 3pm AM AM £25.00
April
Mon 3rd Apr Stockport 9.00am – 3pm AM AM £30.00
Thurs 13th Apr Helsby 9.30am – 2pm AM AM £25.00
Fri 21st Apr Vale of Llangollen 9.30am – 3.pm AM AM £25.00
Mon 24th Apr Bramhall 9.00am – 2pm AM AM £27.50
Fri 28th Apr Knutsford 9.00am – 2pm Singles £25.00

Results from Brilliant Vale Royal Abbey

Thursday at Hopwood -bacon butty and coffee £5 special
Please support the caterers.
There is a slight delay on the winter schedule as I am just waiting on 2 dates to fully confirm!

Maxitours at fantastic Vale Royal

Another stunning day greeted the full field of Maxitours competitors at Vale Royal today. It is lovely to have so many positive compliments throughout the day. I love hearing my players being so happy.
Thanks also to my lovely wife Suzy and my equally lovely mother in law Jane for doing a great job running the second half of the day for me.

Vale royal really is a special place, a tremendous golf course and the most impressive Clubhouse in the North always guarantees a great day out.

The greens were truly wonderful and pretty slick on the downhillers.
‘Danny Willet would have no chance around here!’ Chuckled Tytherington’s Gary Butler. ‘They look like a table that has had two coats of pledge.‘

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There are quite a few scruffy foxes wandering around in Liverpool but nature loving scouser Dave McDougall was close to tears after witnessing a beautiful Cheshire fox and her three cubs walk across the 18th tee this evening. ‘It was magic’ declared the big softie. He was so overcome with emotion that he hit his tee shot at right angles into the deep rough.
In the words of our lovely late Queen Ellizabeth his playing partner asked him to: ‘Wear the fox hat.’

Phil Harris(9) and his pals from Heyrose were one of the few teams that handled the greens and they had a great score of 90 to secure a first ever victory after 15 years of failure. Kenny Plumb(9) sounds like he could sort out a dripping tap but he drained a few putts today and didn’t leak many shots at all. Craig Stubbs(9) and Anthony Barker(22) completed the likeable team.

Second place went to on form Lancastrians Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, John Farnsworth and Richard Palmer with 88.

Four teams tied on 86 points with Lymm’s charismatic Sam Leach(9), John Mather(10), Jim Hodges (3)and housewife favourite Jonny Barton (14) taking third on the card play-off. Excellent.

Thanks to everyone for your 100% attendance

Amazing.

Tim

Nearest the pin on the 10th goes to Gary Smith Doz AD333
Nearest the pin on the 16th goes to George Kerr Doz AD333
2’s sweep £242.50 7 Pro V1s or 16 Srixon AD333
Colin Bryan x2 John Fitzsimmons Mick Mahon Martin Prescott Simon Poucher Paul Yearsley
Alan Giles Daniel Flaherty John Selby

Vale Royal 21 Sept
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Phil Harris , Kenny Plumb, Craig Stubbs, Anthony Barker 90 12 Maxitours FJ Chill out top
2 Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, John Farnsworth, Richard Palmer 88 10 Maxitours FJ shirt
3 Sam Leach, Jonny Barton, John Mather, Jim Hodges 86 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Steve Aspinall, John Fitzsimmons, Barry Wellings, David Hughes 86 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Billy Coleman, Pete Norbury, Dave Sarsfield, Dave Rhodes 86 4 Maxitours cap each
6 Paul Fell, Colin Bryan, Dave Cooper, Nigel Ashton 86 2 Maxitours cap each
7= Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Dave Blease, Mark Foley 85
7= Gary Neiles, John Longworth , Bill Telford, Alan Giles 85
9= Tony Stiles, Alan McNeil, Mark Hoyland, Steve Bowden 84
9= Darren Jones, Richard Harper, Paul Day, Steve McGuire 84
11= Gareth Winston, Alf Shillitoe, Mark Turner, Pete Hoctor 83
11= Jim Clarke, Dave Tobutt, Graham Jackson, Pete Ledger 83
11= Pete Booth, Tony Williamson, Neil Williamson, Martin Byatt 83
11= Pete Walters, Brendon Poynts, Daniel Flaherty, Mario Capostagno 83
15= Anton Johnson, David Hunt, Aiden Hanbury, James Osborne 82
15= Eugenio Fernandez, Peter Gold, Paul Van der waal-smith, Juan 82
17 Steve Hall, Chris Adams, Andy Oakes, Martin Prescott 81
18= Dave Hest, Keith Shale, Adrian Brown, Laurence McNally 80
18= Dave Goodwin, Dave Snape, Paul Woodbine, 80
18= Norrie Irwan, John Bradbury, Josh Sreet, George Kerr 80
18= Gary Smith, Daryl Mitton, David Beaumont, Alan Starmer 80
22= Simon Hemsley, Rob Needham, Ian King, Joe Kirwan 79
22= Peter Maher, Hugh Bilby, Jonny Reeves, Nigel Hall 79
22= Steve Heywood, Graham Davenport, Janet Heywood, Richard Wakefield 79
25= Ed Pysden, Henry Petrie, Simon Moorhouse, Mike Murray 78
25= Neil Tanner, Steve Bowden, John Hackett, David Kelly 78
25= Simon Poucher, Neil Simpson, Brendan Lieghton, Dave Carlile 78
25= Nigel Davenport, John Selby, Richard Stockdale, Jim Kenyon 78
29= Les Russon, Ken Clarke, Rob Kenyon, Steve Merricks 77
29= Geoff Bickerton, Steve Best, Kevin Harling, Simon Lewis 77
31 Ian Hulson, Bob Sinclair, Chris Davies, John Ash 76
32 Dave McDougall, Phil Woolam, Les Mercer, Keith Jones 75
33 Jonny Chan, Neil Griffiths, Pete Myers, Darren Whittaker 74
34 John Lynsky, Barry Wilson, Dave Monk, Nick Steel 73
35 Paul Browne, Dale Wallace, Howard Johnson, Ted Barker 72
36 Gary Butler, Paul Calnan, Nick Coleman, Steve Webb 67

Maxitours at fantastic Vale Royal

Next week at Hopwood -bacon butty and coffee £5 special
Please support the caterers.
There is a slight delay on the winter schedule as I am just waiting on 2 dates to fully confirm!

Maxitours at fantastic Vale Royal

Another stunning day greeted the full field of Maxitours competitors at Vale Royal today. It is lovely to have so many positive compliments throughout the day. I love hearing my players being so happy.
Thanks also to my lovely wife Suzy and my equally lovely mother in law Jane for doing a great job running the second half of the day for me.

Vale royal really is a special place, a tremendous golf course and the most impressive Clubhouse in the North always guarantees a great day out.

The greens were truly wonderful and pretty slick on the downhillers.
‘Danny Willet would have no chance around here!’ Chuckled Tytherington’s Gary Butler. ‘They look like a table that has had two coats of pledge.‘

.
There are quite a few scruffy foxes wandering around in Liverpool but nature loving scouser Dave McDougall was close to tears after witnessing a beautiful Cheshire fox and her three cubs walk across the 18th tee this evening. ‘It was magic’ declared the big softie. He was so overcome with emotion that he hit his tee shot at right angles into the deep rough.

Phil Harris(9) and his pals from Heyrose were one of the few teams that handled the greens and they had a great score of 90 to secure a first ever victory after 15 years of failure. Kenny Plumb(9) sounds like he could sort out a dripping tap but he drained a few putts today and didn’t leak many shots at all. Craig Stubbs(9) and Anthony Barker(22) completed the likeable team.

Second place went to on form Lancastrians Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, John Farnsworth and Richard Palmer with 88.

Four teams tied on 86 points with Lymm’s charismatic Sam Leach(9), John Mather(10), Jim Hodges (3)and housewife favourite Jonny Barton (14) taking third on the card play-off. Excellent.

Thanks to everyone for your 100% attendance

Amazing.

Tim

Nearest the pin on the 10th goes to Gary Smith Doz AD333
Nearest the pin on the 16th goes to George Kerr Doz AD333
2’s sweep £242.50 7 Pro V1s or 16 Srixon AD333
Colin Bryan x2 John Fitzsimmons Mick Mahon Martin Prescott Simon Poucher Paul Yearsley
Alan Giles Daniel Flaherty John Selby

Vale Royal 21 Sept
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Phil Harris , Kenny Plumb, Craig Stubbs, Anthony Barker 90 12 Maxitours FJ Chill out top
2 Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, John Farnsworth, Richard Palmer 88 10 Maxitours FJ shirt
3 Sam Leach, Jonny Barton, John Mather, Jim Hodges 86 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Steve Aspinall, John Fitzsimmons, Barry Wellings, David Hughes 86 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Billy Coleman, Pete Norbury, Dave Sarsfield, Dave Rhodes 86 4 Maxitours cap each
6 Paul Fell, Colin Bryan, Dave Cooper, Nigel Ashton 86 2 Maxitours cap each
7= Kev Hart, Paul Yearsley, Dave Blease, Mark Foley 85
7= Gary Neiles, John Longworth , Bill Telford, Alan Giles 85
9= Tony Stiles, Alan McNeil, Mark Hoyland, Steve Bowden 84
9= Darren Jones, Richard Harper, Paul Day, Steve McGuire 84
11= Gareth Winston, Alf Shillitoe, Mark Turner, Pete Hoctor 83
11= Jim Clarke, Dave Tobutt, Graham Jackson, Pete Ledger 83
11= Pete Booth, Tony Williamson, Neil Williamson, Martin Byatt 83
11= Pete Walters, Brendon Poynts, Daniel Flaherty, Mario Capostagno 83
15= Anton Johnson, David Hunt, Aiden Hanbury, James Osborne 82
15= Eugenio Fernandez, Peter Gold, Paul Van der waal-smith, Juan 82
17 Steve Hall, Chris Adams, Andy Oakes, Martin Prescott 81
18= Dave Hest, Keith Shale, Adrian Brown, Laurence McNally 80
18= Dave Goodwin, Dave Snape, Paul Woodbine, 80
18= Norrie Irwan, John Bradbury, Josh Sreet, George Kerr 80
18= Gary Smith, Daryl Mitton, David Beaumont, Alan Starmer 80
22= Simon Hemsley, Rob Needham, Ian King, Joe Kirwan 79
22= Peter Maher, Hugh Bilby, Jonny Reeves, Nigel Hall 79
22= Steve Heywood, Graham Davenport, Janet Heywood, Richard Wakefield 79
25= Ed Pysden, Henry Petrie, Simon Moorhouse, Mike Murray 78
25= Neil Tanner, Steve Bowden, John Hackett, David Kelly 78
25= Simon Poucher, Neil Simpson, Brendan Lieghton, Dave Carlile 78
25= Nigel Davenport, John Selby, Richard Stockdale, Jim Kenyon 78
29= Les Russon, Ken Clarke, Rob Kenyon, Steve Merricks 77
29= Geoff Bickerton, Steve Best, Kevin Harling, Simon Lewis 77
31 Ian Hulson, Bob Sinclair, Chris Davies, John Ash 76
32 Dave McDougall, Phil Woolam, Les Mercer, Keith Jones 75
33 Jonny Chan, Neil Griffiths, Pete Myers, Darren Whittaker 74
34 John Lynsky, Barry Wilson, Dave Monk, Nick Steel 73
35 Paul Browne, Dale Wallace, Howard Johnson, Ted Barker 72
36 Gary Butler, Paul Calnan, Nick Coleman, Steve Webb 67

Hopwood Thursday 21st Sept
9.00 Simon Hemsley x4
9.10 Colin Roberts x4
9.19 Rob Platt x4
9.28 Dave Buckley x4
9.39 Dave Goodwin x4
9.48 Paul Fell x4
9.57 Martin Humphries x4
10.06 Neil Laurent x4
10.15 Phil Gow x4
10.24 Jim Clarke x4
10.33 Jack Colemanx4
10.42 Steve Aspinall x4
10.50 Mick Mahon x4
11.00 Gary Phillips x4
11.10 Simon Ashton x4
11.20 Steve Lamont x
11.30 Kev Hart x4
11.40 Roger Percival x4
11.50 Ian Hellens x4
12.00 Les Russon x4
12.10 Martin Williams x4
12.20 Martin Bramwell x4
12.29 Richard Blackwell x4
12.38 Andrew Cox x4
12.47 Simon Poucher x4
12.56 Dave Monk x4
1.05 Lee Tilley x4
1.14 Andrew Cox 2 x4
1.23 Nigel Uttley x4
1.32 Adam Carolan x4
1.40 Nathan Mills x4
1.50 Russ Solitt x4
2.00 Dave Sully x4

Results from lovely Leigh

*Portugal January 2023 is full apart from Colin Roberts requiring 2 players and another team requiring a single player – let me know if you want to join this fabulous trip*

Vale Royal next Weds – full – remember 2 weeks notice if you need to cancel – thanks for your continued integrity.

Winter schedule released later this week.

Maxitours at lovely Leigh

Perfect weather and an immaculate golf course greeted Maxitours players at Leigh this morning.

The course is really enjoyable to play with plenty of interesting short holes and then it bites back with five tough closing holes. The fairways and greens were blemish free and really blooming after the weekend downfalls.

‘That golf course was incredible!’ Declared Saddleworths Dave Sarsfield.

.’It is so well presented.’

The day started badly when I loaned my glasses to ‘wide headed’ Neale Laurent so he could check handicaps on his phone. They will never be the same again. Things improved when I saw the crisp selection behind the bar. There are a maxitours record 12 varieties on offer. Wotsits and monster munch were the biggest sellers today but it was Dave English who was quavering as he missed his 18 inch put for a two on the15th.

Scoring was very close with John Longworth(11), Paul Hurst(11), John Morton (11) and Gary Neiles(4) from Sandiway taking third on 86 points.

Wilmslows Jim Caldwell(8)Peter Griggs(11) Dave Thomas (14) and Dan McIntyre(11) took 2nd. A terrific birdie at the last from Dan was crucial as they recorded 87 points.

Winning on a back nine card play off was Knutsford father and son Jim (9) and Chris(6) Clark, Graham Jackson(11) and Pete Ledger(16). Chris was the main man as he played the first eight holes three under par. A solid 43 points on the back nine was good enough to secure the win. Well played chaps.

Thanks to everyone for your support today.

Tim

Nearest the Pin 7th Keith Berry Doz AD 333

Nearest the pin 12th Gary Smith Doz AD333

2’s £112.50 4 pro v1s or 10 srixon ad333

Damon Slater Chris Clarke Graham Jackson Pete Ledger Alison Shipstone George Kerr Keith Berry Dave Sarsfeld

Leigh Golf Club 13-Sep
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Jim Clarke, Chris Clarke, Graham Jackson, Pete Ledger 87 12 Maxitours Chill out top
2 Jim Caldwell, Dave Thomas, Dan McIntyre, Peter Griggs 87 10 Dozen Taylor made TP5 each
3 Billy Coleman, Lee Tilley, Dave Sarsfield, Dave Rhodes 86 8 Callaway shirt each
4 Gary Neiles, John Longworth , Paul Hurst, Henry Melrose 86 6 Callaway shirt each
5 Bernard Walsh, Nick Pedley, Darren Rigby, Neil Riding 84 4 Maxitours bag towel each
6 Colin Roberts, Dave Marchant, Bob Sinclair, Carl Deaville 82 2 Maxitours bag towel each
7 Neale Laurent, Paul Butler, Chris Burnett, Alf Shillitoe 81
8= Alan Simpson, Ken Booth, John Fitzsimmons, Steve Aspinall 79
8= John Hunt, Alison Shipstone, James Shipstone, James Brown 79
10 Richard Blackwell, John Hilton, Nigel Hallows, Gary Smith 78
11= Mick Mahon, Dave Westwood, John Farnsworth, Richard Palmer 76
11= Dave Goodwin, Dave Snape, Paul Woodbine, Richard Williamson 76
13= Bob Pickthall, Steve Lamont, Pete Gold, John Hume 75
13= Dave Cooper, Ian Ogden, Nigel Ashton, Colin Bryan 75
15 Jon Hudson, Rob Blain, Mark Pretty, Mike Hill 74
16 Steve Heywood, Graham Davenport, Denis Boud, 73
17 George Kerr, John Bradbury, Paul Salt, Phil McCurry 72
18= Sam Leach, Kevin Reeves, Bob Chester, Jim Hodges 71
18= Peter McElkerney, Keith Berry, Keith Swindell, Alan Owen 71
20 Pete Hall, Mike Hall, Roy Naylor, Steve White 68

Vale Royal start sheet

Weds 21st September

8.30 Simon Hemsley x4

8.39 Colin Roberts x4

8.48 Ed Pysden x4

8.57 Dave Goodwin x4

9.06 Geoff Bickerton x4

9.15Paul Fell x4

9.24 Martin Humphries x4

10.30 Neil Laurent x4

10.39 John Hilditch x4

10.48 Jim Clarke x4

10.57 Steve Aspinall x4

11.06 Mick Mahon x4

11.15 Gary Butler x4

11.24 Dave Monk x4

11.33 Sam Leach x4

11.42 Gary Phillips x4

11.51 Steve Hall x4

12.00 Simon Poucher x4

12.09 Neil Tanner x4

12.18 Martin Byatt x4

12.27 Andrew Cox x4

12,36 Kev Hart x4

12.45 Anton Johnson x4

12.54 Dave Sully x4

1.03 Roger Percival x4

1.12 Ian Hellens x4

1.21 Les Russon x4

1.30 Richard Blackwell x4

1.39 Jim Rymer x4

1.48 Gary Neiles x4

1.57 Lee Tilley x4

2.06 Phil Harris x4

2.15 Eugenio Fernandez x4

2.24 Pete Walters x4

2.33 Alan McNeil x4

2.42 Paul Browne x4

2.50 Nigel Davenport x4

2.59 Darren Jones x4