Sally shows the boys a clean pair of heels at Sidmouth

09:42 25 April 2014

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There was some serious lady power on show at Sidmouth when the Charles Stanley Monday stableford was contested, writes Chris Roberts.

Over eighty players took to the course on Bank Holiday Monday.

The best score of the day came from Ms Sally Billinghurst with a score of 41 points seeing her handicap cut by two shots.

The inform Duncan Taylor finished second with 39 points which included an eagle two on the 17th.

Third place was secured on countback by B team captain Steve (Seve) Milton from Nell Holland both with 38 points.

Unsurprisingly Duncan Taylor heads the Eclectic league table by four points and the birdie table, also by four!

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