On a glorious day for golf 40 Seniors took part in the 7th round of the Jack Whiteley Trophy over the Belmont Course. The format for this round was an Irish Rumble with the best score counting on the first 3 holes, 2nd best score on the next 3 and finally the 3rd best score over the next 3 holes; repeated over the next 9 holes.
Most teams found this a very challenging format but the team of John Thompson, Keith Brown & Peter Rollings came in with a highly commendable score of 35 points.
1st. John Thompson, Keith Brown & Peter Rollings 35 points
2nd. Alan Addis, John McNally & Manny Barker 33 points
3rd. Derek Little, Simon Gray & Trevor Collis 32 points
4th. David Dobney, George Crowford & Tony Noble 30 points
5th. Philip Willcock, Norman Halliday & Kenneth Mail 29 points (count back)
6th. Nigel Beaumont, John Carey & A Ghost 29 points
7th. Shaun Boney,Paul Skelton & Dennis Santer 28 points (count back)
8th. Richard Fowell, David Martin & Clive Goode 28 points
9th. Gary Hill, David Langley & Barrie Stainton 27 points
10th. Peter Hawkins, Mike Collins & Harry Paice 26 points
11th. Howard Lockwood, Peter Brooks & A Ghost 25 points
With the competition moving towards its final rounds Derek Little is holding on to top spot with 23 points from his best 6 positions. Seniors competitions continue with the Nick Craft ‘Yellow Ball’ on Tuesday 6th February.