The terrific new Maxitours Winter schedule

  • Dear Maxitours player,

    Thank you for your terrific support this Summer. I hope you agree that the Golf courses we have played have been superb. I really trust that you have enjoyed your golf!

    Attached is the Maxitours Winter/Spring Schedule 2020/21. Getting the schedule together has been a slight challenge this year with Covid issues but I am delighted to offer you sixteen terrific golf courses.

    I’m sure you will enjoy these events just as much as I enjoy running them.

    Thank you for your unrivalled etiquette and sportsmanship each week.
    Your respect for the host course, support of the host caterer and the traditions of the game means we are welcomed back to the best golf courses that the North West has to offer year after year.

    Yours in Golf,

    Tim

    Maxitours Winter/Spring Schedule 2020/21

    November

    Thurs 5th Nov Ringway AM AM £25.00
    Tue 10th Nov Fairhaven AM AM £30.00
    Thurs 19th Nov Mottram Hall AM AM £25.00
    Weds 25th Nov Warrington Pairs £25.00

    December

    Thurs 3rd Dec Stockport AM AM £27.50
    Weds 9th Dec Vale Royal AM AM £25.00
    Weds 16th Dec Mere AM AM £30.00

    January

    Thurs 14th Jan Caldy Pairs £27.50
    14th to 18th Jan 2021 Portugal Trip – Quinta do Lago- fingers crossed!
    Weds 20th Jan Vale Royal 11am shotgun AM AM £25.00
    Tues 26th Jan Fairhaven AM AM £30

    February

    Mon 1st Feb Stockport AM AM £27.50.
    Thurs 11th Feb North Wales AM AM £22.50
    Weds 17th Feb Warrington AM AM £25.00
    Thurs 25th Feb Eaton AM AM £25.00

    March

    Thurs 4th Mar Ringway Pairs £25.00
    Mon 8th Mar Conwy AM AM £30.00
    Weds 17th Mar Formby Hall £25.00

    Cheshire Classic – two day event
    Thurs 25th Mar Prestbury AM AM £55.00
    Fri 26th Mar Mottram Hall AM AM

    Weds 31st Mar Vale Royal 8.30am – 3pm AM AM £25.00

    April

    Thurs 8th Apr Caldy AM AM £27.50
    Tues 13th Apr Mere AM AM £30.00
    Fri 16th Apr Llangollen AM AM£25.00
    Thurs 22nd Helsby AM AM £25
    Mon 26th Apr TBC
    Thurs 29th Apr Knutsford Singles £25.00

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Maxitours at lovely Leigh

*Room at Prestbury in the Charity team event 15th Oct-ALL proceeds to Charity
** Room at Antrobus next Friday
**Maxitours fantastic Winter Schedule released tomorrow!!

Maxitours at lovely Leigh

A terrific event took place at Leigh today. This was the first time Maxitours visited this Lancashire gem and players were impressed. We will be back.
‘That is a classy parkland course- really, really, enjoyable to play!’ Announced retired Liverpool Lawyer Jim Rymer.

‘ What a great course, stunning greens – its only 5,600 yards but was really tough!’ analysed Harry Grant.

Wealthy Bramall Milkman Simon Burgess could not believe the quality of the greens ‘They were the best I have played on all year- amazing!’ Unfortunately his cream didn’t rise to the top and the team finished 16th .

Thanks to PGA Professional and Ex PGA cup player Andy Bagley for all his help arranging the event- He is the ultimate Club professional and incredibly highly respected by all his peers. Derek, Assistant Pro Sean and the Clubhouse staff were all immense.

Slimming world clients were also checking in to Leigh golf Club this morning as they had a class at 9am. Maxitours pie eating regular Graham Jackson arrived at 8.55am. He was torn between following the ladies upstairs for a group weigh in but eventually opted for the full English breakfast in the downstairs dining room.

I’m not sure where John Wallis has been the last six months but I want to go there.
He checked in, looked around in a puzzled way and asked:
‘Why is everyone wearing a mask?’

Barney Ross told me that the last time he played at Leigh Golf Club twenty years ago he got married in the afternoon!
Things went from bad to worse again today for the Didsbury man as his team managed a disappointing 74 points.

Bob Pickthall (15), Dave Thomas(19), Steve Lamont(8) and Rob Roden(13) were third match out this morning and they posted an excellent score of 83 points which was eventually good enough for 3rd place.

Paul Rudkin (15) is a great bloke and owner of his successful ‘Quality Save’ shops business. The Worsley man made some quality saves himself today as his team were 2nd with 85 points. They finished with just three points on both their final two holes which proved costly. Craig Gorton (14) Mike Lomax (16) and Kevin Roberts (8) completed the team.

The well-spoken public school Prestbury team of Ben Hood(16) Nigel Speak(12) Craig Barker(10) and the less well-spoken Macclesfield comprehensive lad James Davison(11) had their first ever win today. Davison made a terrific birdie for 4 points on the 11th to really get the team motoring.
‘James was amazing.’ Praised Hood.

Well played lads. Spiffing.

Thanks to everyone for your support today. Brilliant.
Tim.

Duncan Cameron n pin 12th  Dox AD333 5ft

Lee Baxton n pin 17th Doz AD333 5ft

2’s sweep £220 11 pro v1s or 27 srixon AD333 Nigel Ashton, Joe Kirwan, Swamy N, Stewart Cragg, Alistair Holloway, Craig Gorton

Leigh 2-Oct-2021
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Ben Hood, Nigel Speak, Craig Barker, James Davison 86 12 Maxitours Merino sweater each
2 Paul Rudkin, Craig Gorton, Mike Lomax, Kevin Roberts 85 10 Maxitours FJ shirt each
3 Bob Pickthall, Rob Roden, Steve Lamont, Dave Thomas 83 8 Maxitours shirt each
4 Garry Owen, Alistair Holloway, Martin Gerard, Josh Forster 82 6 Dozen AD333 each
5 Ed Pysden, Fred Bridge, Nick Wood , Simon Moorhouse 80 4 Maxitours cap each
6 John Dickenson, Jim Rymer, Dave McDougall, Bob Mottershead 80 2 Maxitours bag towel each
7= Joe Stanley, Chris Adams, Don Campbell, Tom Roe 80 Maxitours bag towel each
7= Dave Sully, Donna Sully, Neil Coverley, Chris Lee 80
9= Lewis Marland, Steve Schofield, Phil Dickens, Paul Robinson 79
9= Ian King, Joe Kirwan, Chris Church, Darren Whittaker 79
9= Roger Percival, Ed Wilkinson, Pete Atherton, Martin France 79
9= Dave Tongue, Mark Pasquail, John Moorfield, Andy Shaw 79
13 Paul Fell, Nigel Ashton, Roy Adkins, Dave Cooper 78
14 Mike Scally , Kieran Gibbons, Jason Ainsworth, Tony Marsden 77
15 Ray Tennant, John Hughes, Lee Addison, Lee Cunliffe 76
16= Les Russon, Rob Kenyon, Steve Merricks, Simon Burgess 75
16= Brian Greenbank, Guy Levers, Greg Davies, Dave Wainwright 75
16= Les Penson, Paul Salt, Paul Robinson, Phil McCurry 75
19= Barney Ross, Phil Vokes, Rob Anderson, Simon Wells 74
19= Sam Leach, Jim Hodges, Lee Addison, Lee Cunliffe 74
19= Andy Faulkner, Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth, Dave Westwood 74
19= Colin Lynch, Stuart Roache, Stewart Cragg, Rob Hands 74
19= Martin Humphries, Keith Shale, Dave Hest, Joyce Larkin 74
24 Paul Browne, Steve Price, Dale Wallace , Steve Snape 73
25 Chris Chidley, Duncan Cameron, Ged Hibbert, Tom Hughes 72
26 Colin Roberts, Dave Mason, Lee Braxton, Nigel Armitage 69
27= Mark Hagerty, Graham Jackson, Chris Clarke, Jim Kenyon 67
27= Mike Kirchin, Darren Bridge, Brian Fleetwood, Mike Wilkinson 67

Antrobus start times (a couple of groups may be 9 minutes later than advertised)
Friday 9th Oct

9.30 Simon Hemsley x4
9.39 Colin Roberts x4
9.48 Jim Caldwell x4
9.57 Lewis Marland x4
10.06 Pete Cotton x4
10.15 Mick Mahon x4
10.24 Jack Coleman x4
10.33 Chris Chidley x4
10.42 Adam Carolyn x4
10.51 Gary Neiles x4
11.00 Paul Evans x4
11.09 Paul Fell x4
11.18 Roy Ainsworth x4
11.27 Simon Poucher x4
11.36 Neale Laurent x4
11.45 Dave Monk x4
11.54 John Cox x4
12.03 Les Russon x4
12.12 Jim Rymer x4
12.21 Dave Sully x4
12.30 Martin Cullen x4
12.39 Dave Buckley x4
12.48 Kev Hart x4
12.57 Neil Macloed x4
1.06
1.15 Garry Owen x4
1.24 Roger Percival x4
1.33
1.42 Mike Hall x4
1.51 Steve Owen x4
2.00 Bri Hopkins x4
2.09 Lee Tilley x4
2.18 Simon Ashton x4
res
Neil Higgins x4

Room at Leigh- Llangollen change of venue next week

FORECAST NOW EXCELLENT!!!!!
**Room for 1 or 2 players OR teams of 4 tomorrow at Leigh- . Room for 1 or 2 with Joe Stanley and partner at 10.36am (3 handicap- top man) or teams of 4 Times available at 11.15am or 2.06pm
Let me know if you can play**.

Dear Maxitours player,

Due to the Welsh Governments’ new Covid restrictions the event at Llangollen can’t go ahead.
Antrobus Golf Club have kindly stepped in at late notice.

I played the course 2 months ago with three juniors from Knutsford and I really enjoyed the layout.
There are some great holes and the Club is incredibly friendly- it is a lovely venue and will be very well prepared for our visit.
Please let me know if you can’t play.
Thanks to Roy Ainsworth for all his help.

The cost will be slightly less at £22.50 per person

Yours in golf

Tim

Antrobus start sheet
NEXT Friday 9th October
Great Food available in the clubhouse all day

9.10 Simon Hemsley x4
9.19 Colin Roberts x4
9.28 Jim Caldwell x4
9.37 Lewis Marland x4
9.48 Neale Laurent x4
9.57 Mick Mahon x4
10.06 Gary Phillips x4 tbc
10.15 Jack Coleman x4
10.24 Chris Chidley x4
10.33 Jim Clarke x4
10.42 Gary Neiles x4
10.51 Paul Evans x4
11.00 Roger Percival x4 late
11.09 Paul Fell x4
11.18 Roy Ainsworth x4
11.27 Simon Poucher x4
11.36 Ian Hellens x4
11.45 Dave Monk x4
11.54 Andy Cox x4
12.03 Les Russon x4
12.12 Jim Rymer x4
12.21 Dave Sully x4
12.30 Martin Cullen x4
12.39 Dave Buckley x4
12.48 Ray Tennant x4
12.57 Neil Macloed x4
1.06 Richard Blackwell x4
1.15 Dave Goodwin x4
1.24 Peter Cotton x4
1.33 Kev Hart x4
1.42 Mike Hall x4
1.51 Steve Owen x4
2.00 Bri Hopkins x4
2.09 Lee Tilley x4
2.18 Simon Ashton x4
res

Martin Humphries x4
Gareth Winson x4
Andy Buckley x4

Garry Owen x4

Neal Higgins x4

Results from leafy Helsby

Room for 1 team at Leigh next week!

Maxitours at leafy Helsby

The James Braid designed Helsby Golf Club has been in superb condition all year and today was no exception. This course is always a pleasure to play.

‘That golf course is brilliant.’ Reported well-travelled John Kilner.
There was an intense downpour at 1pm which flooded the greens for half an hour- many thanks to all players for your patience The green keepers worked hard with their squeegies and as they promised within ten minutes the greens were excellent.

The old Helsby Clubhouse burned down and the local folk lore says that the only thing that was saved was the old piano which they buried at the back of the second green. Gary Lees played a little tune as he thinned a couple of chips into the bank on his way to a triple bogey.

The half way house was supported well by our players. Julie did a superb job throughout the day. Pie loving Graham Jackson hit the Helsby sausage rolls for a change (in addition to the meat pies he bought en route this morning..)

Lewis Marland was 72 years old today and he was desperately trying to beat his age. The team were out in 36 but a superb homeward 40 points means he will enjoy his birthday drink tonight.

Mike Georges’ team set a new Maxitours record as the first ever team in 16 years Maxitours history to score no points on their first hole. What made the feat even more impressive is the fact that it is one of the easiest opening holes in Cheshire. Congratulations guys you are really plunging to new depths.

Scoring was incredibly tight with four teams sharing first spot on 84 points which was less points than many teams thought would win on this short but superbly designed course today.

Swinton Parks quietly spoken Kev Hart (9) Andrew Mansfield(17) Jimmy Booth(14) and ex St Hellens rugby league star John McAtee(9) also scored 84 points but had a worse back nine to finish 4th

Peter Mahers team were playing steady golf before Dave Kelly holed his second on the 15th and Gary Phillips followed him in for a birdie. 9 points later they careered up the leader board to finish 3rd.

Simon Hemsley Bramall team were out first and thanks to whizzing round in just over three and a half hours they missed the downpour and took the lead. Gareth Bradley (+3) birdied the 13th 14th and 15th -class.

Mottram Halls Richard Blackwell (12)teamed up with New Mills Tony Jennison(5) Dan Moore(18) and Chris Marshall (13) they had a slow start before picking up seven shots on the closing 4 holes. Jennison birdied the tough 17th hole as the quartet caught fire. They took 1st place on a card play off.

Well played chaps great golf.

Thanks to all players for your terrific support. Tim

Nearest the Pin 11th Andy Taylor 3ft 8inch Doz AD333
Nearest the pin 18th Terry Insely Don Campbell hard to split! 3ft 10inch 6 Srixon AD333 each
2’s £175 5 pro v1s or 15 srixon ad333
Jimmy O Reilly Dave McDougall Alison Shipston Nigel Eckersley x2 Carole Bell x2 Gordon Stanger Dave Kelly Don Campbell

Helsby 24-Sep-2020
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 Richard Blackwell, Tony Jennison, Chris Marshall, Dan Moore 84 12 Maxitours merino sweater
2 Mike Spencer, Gareth Bradley, Simon Hemsley, Dave Woods 84 10 Footjoy Maxitours Golf shirt
3 Peter Maher, Charlie Beadle, Gary Phillips, Dave Kelly 84 8 Maxitours golf shirt
4 Andrew Mansfield, Kev Hart, John MacAtee, Jimmy Booth 84 6 Callaway Golf shirt
5 Steve Marsh, Neil Worthington, Darren Whittaker, Don Campbell 82 4 Maxitours cap each
6 Gary Neiles, Mike Branigan, John Morton, Jimmy Ainscough 82 2 Maxitours bag towel each
7= Jim Caldwell, Peter Maxwell, Adam Cash, Peter Griggs 81
7= Neale Laurent, John Harrop, Paul Butler, Craig Tinto 81
9 Les Russon, Rob Kenyon, Steve Merricks, Ken Clarke 80
10= Bob Picthall, Rob Roden, Steve Lamont, Terry Broadhurst 79
10= Paul Woodbine, Dave Goodwin, Richard Willimason, Phil Robinson 79
10= Lee Tilley, Dave Sarsfield, Dave Rhodes, Pete Norbury 79
13= John Dickenson, Jim Rymer, Dave McDougall, Phil Woolan 78
13= Andy Taylor, Chris Brador, Kev Hodgson, Mike Eardley 78
15 John Hunt, Alison Shipstone, James Shipstone, James Brown 77
16= Lewis Marland, Steve Schofield, Phil Dickens, Tony Insely 76
16= Al Leigh, Jimmy O’Reilly, Jimmy Driscoll, Ged Burke 76
18= Chris Adams, Martin Prescott, Mark Pretty, Phil Singh 75
18= Neil Higgins, Andy Burns, Ian Waller, John Bent 75
20= Paul Fell, Mike Lowe, Dave Cooper, Colin Bryan 74
20= Nigel Eckersly, Nigel Davenport, Graham Pike, Jeremy Lawton 74
20= Roy Ainsworth, Bill Jenks, Joe Pilling, Steve Hall 74
23 Robyn Cotton, Carol Bell, Ash Pathak, John Hewison 73
24 Bernie Mullins, Simon Moorhouse, Nick Wood , Richard Payne 72
25 Munro Donald, Richard Palmer, John Farnsworth, Dave Westwood 71
26= Jon Hudson, Robert Blain, Mike Hill, Andy Corner 70
26= Mike George , Stan Devlin, Andy Southworth, Steve Forde 70
28 Pete Fotheringham, Brad Grime, Ian Smith, Tim Royle 66

Leigh start sheet
9.00 Simon Hemsley x4
9.09 Colin Roberts x4
9.18 Jim Caldwell x4
9.27 Mike Kirchin x4
9.36 Pete Fotheringham x4
9.45 Chris Chidley x4
9.54 Rob Weston x4
10.03 Lewis Marland x4
10.12 Mick Mahon x4
10.21 Paul Evans x4
10.30 Jim Clarke x4
10.39 Paul Browne x4
10.48 Steve Hall x4
10.57 Ian Hellens x4
11.06 Neale Laurent x4
11.15 Barrie Simpson x4
11.24
11.33 Sam Leach x4
11.42 Jim Rymer x4
11.51 Paul Fell x4
12.00 Ray Tennant x4
12.09 Les Russon x4
12.18 Dave Sully x4
12.27 Paul Rudkin x4
12.36 Richard Blackwell x4
12.45 Nick Ford x4
12.54 Roger Percival x4
1.03 Simon Ashton x4
1,12 John Wallis x4
1.21 Martin Humphries x4
1.30 Dave Goodwin x4
1.39 Neil Edwards x4
1.48 Neil Edwards x4
1.57 Ben Hood x4
2,06 Bri Hopkins x4
2.15 Garry Owen x4
2.24 Kev Hart x4

Magnificent Manchester results

Maxitours at magnificent Manchester Golf Club

The weather was once again kind to Maxitours players today.
Wall to wall sunshine and a gentle breeze always shows a golf course off to its very best and Hopwood was stunning today. Twelve deer live in the middle of this course and they were spotted strutting around the 14th hole by several players- beautiful.

The day started well with Clubhouse manager Steve Fleck and his staff on top form.
‘They serve brilliant bacon butties here. If the golf is half as good I’ll be happy!’ Announced Mark Saxon.
The reports from my players were indeed excellent.
‘It was a pleasure to be out there!’ Complimented Alderley Edge legend Stuart Hall.
‘That is a terrific course!’ Praised Christie Beakey who travels from Matlock to play this great track each year.

Some players were delayed due to a crash near Stockport. As it was pairs I managed to do a bit of shuffling. Jim Hodges has to put up with Jonny Barton each week but because he was stuck in on the motorway for an hour I teamed him up with 2 complete strangers ‘Every cloud has a silver lining ‘ Hodges chuckled.

Thanks to everyone for being so understanding and great to deal with.

Don’t ever get stuck in a pub with two electricians. Paul Woodbine has a successful commercial electrician company and he checked in at the same time as highly rated leccy Paul Hammond.
I introduced them to each other – twenty minutes later they were still talking about route 3, thyrestos and DC drives to each other. The registration queue was half way around the clubhouse.

Chris Chidley hit a career shot to within a foot of the hole on the 225 yard 16th. ‘I had no idea where the flag was -I can’t see that far ‘ He admitted afterwards.

Average golfer Norrie Irwan never gets a mention but he scored 5 points on the 14th hole today and wants some lime light. Well done Norrie.

Maxitours sponsor Adam Carolyn from XENTUM is a great bloke and he scored ten points on his first three holes, partner Joe Stanley played the tough closing holes under par and the Knutsford duo were delighted to take 8th place.

Bramalls Peter Maher (17) and Gary Phillips (20) had a strong finish to their round to take 3rd place.
Dentons Craig Tinto (13) and Jack Foster (22) closed with two battling pars into the Rochdale breeze to take a career best 2nd place.

Forty years ago yesterday John Hilton won the European table tennis championship He eclipsed that achievement today with his first Maxitours win of the season. His partner Andy Faulkner normally plays very unsuccessfully with Maxitours legend Mick Mahon but needed a new partner today. Faulkner made a birdie for 4 points on the 1st and the chemistry flowed. They scored 25 points on the front nine and a super 46 points total win by one.

Well played guys great scoring on a tough golf course.
Thanks to everyone for your support,
Tim.

2’s sweep £197.50 4 pro v1s or 10 srixon ad333 per 2
John Broomhead Liam Kettle Stuart Hall Doug Poole John Hunt Phil Young Rob Kenyon Brendan Lieghton Dave Buckley Pete Stuart Steve Foxcroft Brad Grime Nigel Hall Dean Jagger
On Tuesday I missed off Maxitours favourite -Roy Ainsworths two. Sorry Roy- great birdie.

Nearest the pin 13th 6.5 feet Brendan Leighton Doz AD333
Nearest the pin 16th 1 foot Chris Chidley Doz AD333

Hopwood 17Sep-2020
Pos Team Players Score OoM Comment
1 John Hilton, Andy Faulkner, , 46 12 Maxitours wheeled travel holdall each
2 Craig Tinto, Jake Foster, , 45 11 Dozen Pro V1 each
3 Peter Maher, Gary Phillips, , 44 10 Maxitours FJ shirt each
4 John Broomhead, Tom Broadhead, , 44 9 Dozen Srixon z star each
5 Phil Robinson, Richard Williamson , , 43 8 Dozen Srixon z star each
6 Richard Blackwell, Andy Hamlett, , 43 7 Maxitours shirt each
7 Charlie Beadle, Nigel Hall, , 43 6 Maxitours shirt each
8 Adam Carolyn, Joe Stanley, , 43 5 Callaway shirt each
9 Brendan Leighton, Dave Carlisle, , 43 4 Maxitours cap each
10 Chris Chidley, Duncan Cameron, , 42 3 Maxitours cap each
11 John Farnsworth, Richard Palmer, , 42 2 Maxitours bag towel each
12 Leo Sewell, Liam Kettle, , 42 1
13= Mike Lowe, Martin Humphries, , 42
13= Brad Grime, Tim Royle, , 42
15= Dave Goodwin, Paul Woodbine, , 41
15= Mark Saxon, Paul Higgs, , 41
15= Neale Laurent, Mark Turner, , 41
15= Chris Gregory, Christie Beakey, , 41
15= Tom Baker, Paul Kilner, , 41
20= Munro Donald, Dave Westwood, , 40
20= Norrie Irwan, Paul Hammond, , 40
22= Paul Fell, Colin Bryan, , 39
22= Jimmy Booth, Neal Farrow, , 39
22= Pete Fotheringham, Mike Priestley, , 39
25= Chris Icely, Gordon Tilzey , , 38
25= Jim Caldwell, Peter Griggs, , 38
25= Ian King, Al Demmy, , 38
25= Denis O’Neill, John Hunt, , 38
25= Jonny Barton, Mike Hammond, , 38
25= Gary Whittaker, Rob Kenyon, , 38
25= Jim Hodges, Chris Walley, , 38
32= Jim Clarke, Chris Clarke, , 37
32= Stuart Hall, Ian Cartwight, , 37
32= Harvey Mattinson, Steve Mattinson, , 37
32= Simon Hemsley, Chris Church, , 37 Dozen Srixon z star each
32= Alison Shipstone, James Shipstone, , 37
32= Koos Alders, Marc Morris, , 37
32= Dave Buckley, Simon Probert, , 37
32= John Makin, Pete Stuart, , 37
32= Phil Smeathers, Steve Foxcroft, , 37
41= Rob Platt, Gary Youall, , 36
41= Bob Sutton, Stuart Blake, , 36
41= Graham Jackson, Pete Ledger, , 36
41= John Hilditch, JP, , 36
41= Doug Poole, John Egerton, , 36
41= Phil Young, Rick Shaw, , 36 Maxitours cap each
41= Simon Poucher, Terry Crewe, , 36
48 Trevor Webb, David Wilkinson, , 35
49= Mike George, Kristian Icely, , 34
49= John Atkin, Neil McKinlay, , 34

Helsby start sheet
Thursday 24th September

9.55 Simon Hemsley x4
10.04 Colin Roberts x4
10.13 Jim Caldwell x4
10.22 Ed Pysden x4
10.32 Gary Neiles x4
10.42 Lewis Marland x4
10.51 Mick Mahon x4
11.00 Martin Bramwell x4
11.09 Chris Adams x4
11.18 Al Leigh x4-
11.27 Jim Clarke x4
11.36 Mike George x4
11.45 Neil Higgins x4
11.54 Gareth Winston x4
12.03 Richard Blackwell x4
12.11 Bob Pickthall x4
12.20 Paul Fell x4
12.29 Les Russon x4
12.38 John Hunt x4
12.46 Roy Ainsworth x4
12.55 Dave Sully x4
1.05 Dave Buckley x4
1.14 Andy Strickley x4
1.22 Jim Rymer x4
1.30 Jon Hudson x4
1.40 Neale Laurent x4
1.49 Graham Pike x4
1.58 Kev Hart x4
2..05 Pete Cotton x4
2.16 Pete Fotheringham x4
2.24 Gary Philips x4
2.32 Dave Goodwin x4
2.41 Lee Tilley x4
2.50 Bri Hopkins x4
2.59 Tom Baker x4