THE Kenwick Park Golf Club men played a stableford competition on Club Captain Simon Hartley Captain’s Day.
Cameron Littlejohn (11) played very well to score 40 points to win from runner-up Richard Burkitt (13) with 38.
A countback on 37 decided the next four places with Neil Pridgeon (5) taking the third spot ahead of Nigel Hopper (13), David Rushworth (14) and Richard Bierley (18).
Thirty six points gave both John Moody (23) the seniors prize and Billy Wright (11) the prize for the best junior.
John Teanby was nearest the pin on the 8th and Stan Gladwell won the prize on the 17th.
Despite the threat of afternoon rain, the members turned out in force for the mixed AM AM competition.
With two scores to count and the teams nominating a double points joker hole, the team of Lady Captain Lynda Cahalin, John Beverley, Andy Allard and Jim Cane won with 92 points.
They nominated the stroke one, par four tenth hole as their joker and Andy incredibly holed his second shot and Linda played it very well in six to which helped them beat their nearest rivals Jessica Schiele, Dave and Lewis Hackett and Joe Howden who scored 89.
Chris and Alex Davies playing with Peter and Sue Guilliatt were third with 82.
Charles Baxter won the prize for nearest the pin for the men on the 8th and Julia Labbett took the ladies prize on the 12th.
During the presentation, Captain Simon, who is a lifelong Bradford City supporter, announced that generous sponsors and a successful raffle had enabled him to raise more than £1,500 over the weekend for the League of Friends of the Grimsby Hospital and One in A Million which supports deprived children in Bradford.
The ladies played a stableford competition in memory of Noreen Ross. Carol James (24) was over the moon to score 39 to win. Carol Morrell (24) was runner up with 38.
Sue Letby (32) took third in the bronze division with 35. Wendy Green (17) won the silver with 36 points ahead of Julie Harvey (13) with 34. Noreen’s daughter Claire accompanied by her children Euan and Ellie presented the trophy to Carol.