Jeffrey takes top honour in Sidmouth ladies fun competition

07:34 31 August 2014

Another gloriously sunny Wednesday at Sidmouth saw Jill Jeffrey continue her splendid run of success, writes Penny Ashby.

Playing in a fun competition with each player having two jokers to play on any two of their chosen holes, Jill clearly chose her’s wisely to bank a large number of extra points to take the top honour with 42 points.

Just a single point behind in second place was Ros Eaton.

Third place was taken by Marie Timms with 40 points.


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