Sidmouth Jewellers success for Andy Pryke
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The Sidmouth Jewellers Friday stableford was won this week by Andy Pryke, a new name in the winners circle, writes John Barnard.
Playing off a handicap of 16, he managed to amass 39 points to win by two. Nothing spectacular but nothing disastrous, he manged to pick up pars on a number of shot holes.
In second place was club vice captain Richard Powell, continuing a good run of form. A good start including birdying the fourth was then undone by a double bogie on seven and a treble bogie on eight. He then steadied up and seven pars in the last ten holes saw him home. Chris Roberts was third with a mixed bag. It seems remarkable to score 36 points with two no scores and five double bogies; the other holes were really good though!
In the Sidmouth Jewellers Friday Night table, Graham Burgess now leads by 25points with a score of 106. Graham Davies is second on 81 points with Kevin Legg on 77.
In the same competition the previous week, Craig Melluish had a good win with 39 points.
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Not going too well in the first holes, two birdies over the last few holes, on fourteen and seventeen eased him away from the field.
In second place was Bob Andrews, hitting some form at the end of the season. A birdie on the fourth was the highlight of the round although finishing with three consecutive double bogies cost him a win.
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In third place was Moray Bosence. With three birdies, he looked like he was going well but a double bogie on the eighth and no score on the ninth knocked him back.