Wed 29 Apr 2015
"Tom Moody kept it in the family by winning Cambridge Meridian Golf Club's Men's Spring Cup. His two round Medal score of nett 141 was five shots ahead of Shaun Nutter who held off Darren Mathie on count back. Tom's father John Moody won the same competition last year.
Jim Farrier was victorious in the Men's April Monthly Stableford with 37 points, one ahead of Mark Priest and two ahead of John Milton.
Michael Ball held off Dave Kolo on count back to win the Men's April mid-week Medal, after both scored nett 75. Tom Moody was third on count back from Shane Brignell, one shot behind.
The Men's Team lost their Goddard Scratch Cup preliminary round away to Brampton Golf Club. Gubby Panesar and Bob Taylor secured a win in the Foursomes and Tom Moody halved his Singles match. However, this was offset by losses for Andy Breacker and John Moody in the Foursomes and for Iain Sabberton, Kieron Edwards and Paul Scott in the Singles.
Brian Price finished ahead of the field in the Seniors Mixed John Farrell Trophy with a Medal score of nett 69, three ahead of Brian Whitelaw. Rick Bone was third with nett 76.
Brenda Pryor led the way in the first April Seniors Mixed Summer Cup Stableford with 41 points. Alan Adey was runner up with 38 points, two ahead of Colin Russell.
The second April Seniors Mixed Summer Cup Stableford was won by Norman Allsop with 37 points, one ahead of Adey who held off both Poping Lam and Roger Harrison on count back.
Whitelaw led the field in the last April Seniors Mixed Summer Cup Stableford with 40 points, two ahead of Martin Slater, with David Cammiss a further three points behind.
The course was awash with pink for the Seniors Ian Clow Memorial Trophy, in memory of Ian for whom pink was his favourite colour. Jerry Griggs topped the individual scores with 41 points, two ahead of of Keith Thomas who held off Brian Whitelaw on count back. The team event was won by Whitelaw, Thomas and Peter Hulyer with a combined score of 139 points, seven ahead of Griggs, John Wright and Brian Pycock, with Colin Russell, Roger Miller and Angus Clow a further five points behind. £200 was collected on the day for The Arthur Rank Hospice Charity".