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  Winter League gets into full swing at Brean  
 

CJ ORGAN led the way with a superb round of 44 points on Saturday in the Winter League Stableford. He enjoyed a 3 point cushion over the rest of the field which was led by Scott Lismore and Ian Adams.

The duo both handed in scores of 41 with the recently married Lismore taking second on the back nine ahead of Adams. Fourth place was snatched by Roy Fletcher who returned the final card of the day with his 40 points bringing him 4th prize.

Steve Hill scored 39 points for the second day running but after just missing out on the prizes on Saturday he found himself top of the pile on Sunday. After a very wet and windy start the early part of the Winter League entry list was decimated but Hill teed off mid morning and swept his way to victory. He was one point clear of his playing partner Jason Cracroft and Brian Read. A countback over the closing nine holes decided that Read would receive the runners up prize on the day though ahead of Cracroft.

Tim Amy and Tony McCann took the opening round of the Seniors Winter League as they won two ball Medalford event. The front nine holes was scored as a betterball Medal with the back nine Stableford points total being deducted from the nett score to find the winners. They scored 4 which led home a trio of 6 shooters. After a countback the 'A Team' of Ian Adams and Mike Allen were placed second ahead of Brian Reeves and Ken Ponter with Trevor Pitt and Vincent Ford settling for fourth. Brian Reeves, Chris Stephens and Vincent Ford breezed to victory in the second round of the Seniors Winter League on a blustery Thursday morning. They combined for a superb 128 total to win by 6 from Trevor Pitt, Kevin Davies and John Ham.

The final game for the Brean Seniors in 2021 ended in a draw when they entertained the Minehead Warreners at home on Wednesday afternoon. If Mike Short had a team of the day award it would almost certainly have gone to Don Edmondson and Vincent Ford who dispatched their West Somerset opponents by an emphatic 9&7 scoreline.



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