Rosalie Warren Trophy success for Sheila Tallon
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On Wednesday, Sidmouth ladies played for the first trophy of the season, writes Angela Coles.
The Rosalie Warren Trophy was donated to the club by past lady captain Rosalie Warren who wished to raise money for Macmillan Nurses.
The fees and donations amounted to £119.00 and that will be going to Macmillan Canver Suport.
This competition was a stableford competition, and it proved to be a close contest with countback called into play to determine winner.
It was Sheila Tallon who emerged as the victor from lady captain Maria Clapp, with both players returning totals of 31 points.
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The event was also the first qualifying competition of the new season.
The weather was not so kind on the lady with the ladies’ battling wind, mist and drizzle!
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The scores were not brilliant and most of the players found the conditions challenging, so the competition was reduction only. Phillipa White was the only one to achieve a two on the day.
The week before Sheila Faulkner and Marie Timms represented Sidmouth in the Doris Willes-Little knock-out competition against Crediton at Exminster.
This was a closely fought match, but unfortunately they lost on the 18th hole.