Sidmouth ladies captain Angela Coles nets hole-in-one on the fourth

Lady Captain Angela Coles presents the trophy to secretary Sue Langdon after the annula meeting betw

Lady Captain Angela Coles presents the trophy to secretary Sue Langdon after the annula meeting between their teams. - Credit: Archant

Sidmouth ladies played for the last County Prize of the series.

The format is a par competition and first place, with an excellent score of plus three, went to Yvonne Anning. Her success resulted in her having a handicap reduction of one shot. Well done, Yvonne!

Second place went to Gill Paddon with plus one, and Liz Chance, who came in all square, was third.

Again the ladies were fortunate with the weather and the course played well, thanks must go to the green staff for their efforts resulted in some excellent scoring for the majority of the ladies.

Sidmouth ladies travelled to Teignmouth for a friendly match which unfortunately they lost. However, all enjoyed gaining experience of playing on an away course.

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The annual meeting between the lady captain’s team and the secretary’s team took place.

The trophy that is played for was presented to the ladies section by Jill Powell in 1981, following her year as lady captain

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Unfortunately, ladies secretary Sue Langdon was unable to play in this match this year, as she is recovering from an operation. She did however come to distribute chocolates to give encouragement to players!

Ladies vice captain Maria Clapp took Sue’s place for the match against lady captain Angela Coles and her team.

Angela was fortunate to score a hole-in-one on the fourth! However, that’s as good as it got for she was unable to beat Maria on the day!

The overall result was 11-5 to the secretary’s team, although there were several close matches played.

A lovely day was enjoyed by all as once again the ladies were able to play their golf in beautiful weather for this time of year.

The course is certainly looking picturesque with all the autumnal colours.

Lady captain Angela Coles presented the cup (the smallest trophy in the clubhouse trophy cabinet) to the secretary and then everyone enjoyed a drink on Angela!

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