Sidmouth make Mail on Sunday competition progress at the expense of Honiton.

08:33 21 March 2014

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Sidmouth made progress in the Mail on Sunday national competition last weekend, writes Jonathan Lee.

Both Sidmouth and Honiton received byes in the first round so a place in found three was at stake.

Mark Thomas led the way with a narrow victory on the final green, but Duncan Taylor could only halve his game and club captain David Pepperell fell at the last.

However, Jonathan Lee had wrapped up a comfortable victory and Neil Holland secured passage into round three with a win on the 17th green.

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