Charles Stanley Monday Stableford success for club captain.

13:28 22 August 2014

The latest round of the Charles Stanley Monday Stableford proved successful for the club captain, writes John Johnson.

He claimed victory after a one under par round to finish with 43 points.

Matthew Domhof appeared in the prizes again with 41 points to secure second place ahead of perennial knockout semi-finalist Peter Abrahams, on a countback.

Willard White still leads the Eclectic, two clear of the captain and the club manager. Neil Holland is still clear of John Jones in the birdie count despite neither of them playing this week.

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