May Day joy for trigger at Sidmouth
There was May Day joy for Stuart Coles, writes Chris Roberts.
Coles, otherwise known as ‘Trigger’ carded a fine winning score of 40 points with a one over par round.
David Jeffery secured second spot with 37 points.
Third place was a little more tightly contested with Malcolm
Willoughby, Kym White, Duncan Taylor, Laurie Quinn , Paul Lewis and last, but not least, Paul (Pete) Renken all carding level score of 36.
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After countback was called into play it was Malcolm Willoughby who took third.
Duncan Taylor has a two point lead over John Jones in the Eclectic League table with George Barber a further two back.
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Taylor also heads the birdie count from Neil Holland.