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Win for Gamble and Bowen

 
Created on 08/08/2016 @ 22:20
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Jonathan Gamble and Harry Bowen combined to win the two-day JS Williams Trophy at the weekend at Welshpool Golf Club after the father and son combination of Gareth and Max Williams had set the early pace.

On Saturday, teams of two played a four ball better ball and on Sunday, the foursomes. At the end of day one, Gareth and Max Williams had set the early pace with a fine 62.  In close second on count-back was Jonathan Gamble and Harry Bowen with 63 and, in third place, was Dwain Evans and Ian Davies also with 63.  

Jonathan Gamble and Harry Bowen negotiated Sunday’s windy challenge to head the days play with an excellent 71 and, in doing so, they will now represent Welshpool in the Daily Mail Foursomes Qualifiers.  In second place were Richard Templeton and Mark Bell with 73 and, in third, was the pairing of Nick Jones and Dean Bowen with 76 and a half.

Winning the JS Williams Trophy for the best combined score over two days were Gamble and Bowen with a total of 134.  In second place were Richard Templeton and Mark Bell with 137 and in third were Nick Jones and Dean Bowen with 139 and a half.

The seniors competed for the Bernard Raftery Tankard and Will Cooke (20) won at a canter with 40 points. Steve Morris (16) was second with 36 points, just pushing Tony Rogers into third place on count-back. 

On Thursday, the seniors played in teams of four, with the best 3 stableford scores to count. This competition was won decisively by Anne Newell (17), Derick Robbins (26), Ray Bowen (21) and Mike Kendall (4) who scored 111 points. In a distant second nd was the combination of Keith Roberts (19), Richie Amyes (28), Dai Richards(16) and Cyril Clifton (25) with a round 100 points.

 

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