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Captain Clive wins at Richmond Park

PUBLISHED: 18:30 16 June 2010 | UPDATED: 11:46 08 July 2010

Richmond Park Golf Club Juniors played their third competition of the year last week, the Daily Express Junior European Open.

The winner on the day was Junior Captain Clive Smith with a fantastic overall gross score of 81(10), second was James Noble with a gross score of 83.

Richmond Park Golf Club Juniors played their third competition of the year last week, the Daily Express Junior European Open.

The winner on the day was Junior Captain Clive Smith with a fantastic overall gross score of 81(10), second was James Noble with a gross score of 83.

The Nett Competition was won by James Noble with a score of 62 (26), second with a nett score of 65 was George Symonds(26) and third was Jack Bambridge (28) with a nett score of 73 points.

In the Wee Wonders section of the competition the winner was Rebekka Vansittart with 30 points, second was Jake Noble and third was a newcomer to the Junior Section - Ashley Himpson.

One of the regular Wee Wonder players - Emma Bambridge, aged 8, took part in her first regional NLCGA Short Course competition at Reymerston, and did herself and Richmond Park proud against older girls. Winner of Nearest to the Pin was James Noble.

The event was kindly sponsored by B E K from Bury St Edmunds (Harry Mayhew - Member of Richmond Park Golf Club).

The event was well attended by the junior members of Richmond Park Golf Club.

The club thanks their main sponsors - Total Health Pharmacy, Wayland Garage and Smith & Pinching.

Also the club's junior team took part in their first fixture of the Bass Trophy on Saturday May 29. They played Feltwell away, losing a tight match 3-2.


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