Draws announced for Norfolk golf’s major men’s and junior county competitions

The draws have been announced for the major men's and junior county knockouts.

Myhill Trophy first round to be played on April 22 (home clubs first): Dereham v Gt Yarmouth & Caister, Mundesley v Sprowston Manor, Swaffham v Costessey Park, Ryston Park v The Links Country Park, Dunston Hall v Royal Cromer, Hunstanton v Barnham Broom, Bawburgh v Fakenham, Eaton v Heacham Manor, Caldecott Hall v Richmond Park, Royal Norwich v Middleton Hall, Weston Park v RAF Marham. Byes: Sheringham, Feltwell, Wensum Valley, King's Lynn and Thetford.

Cullington Cup first round to be played on April 22 (home clubs first): Links Country Park v Dunston Hall, Feltwell v Heacham Manor, Fakenham v Mattishall, Wensum Valley v Dereham, Sprowston Manor v Royal Norwich, Sheringham v Hunstanton, Eaton v Weston Park, Barnham Broom v Middleton Hall, Ryston Park v Gt Yarmouth & Caister, Swaffham v Royal Cromer, Mundesley v RAF Marham, Richmond Park v Costessey Park, King's Lynn v Caldecott Hall. Byes: Thetford, Bawburgh and Eagles.

Barnard Seniors' Trophy first round to be played on May 2 (home clubs first): Mundesley v Dereham, Hunstanton v Caldecott Hall, Dunston Hall v Ryston Park, Eaton v Bawburgh, Gt Yarmouth & Caister v Swaffham, King's Lynn v Royal Cromer, RAF Marham v Heacham Manor, Richmond Park v Thetford, Barnham Broom v Weston Park, Costessey Park v Royal Norwich, Middleton Hall v Mattishall, Feltwell v Sprowston Manor, Eagles v Sheringham. Byes: Fakenham, The Links Country Park and Wensum Valley.

KK Smith Junior Trophy: first round to be played on April 1 (home clubs first): Sheringham v Costessey Park, Middleton Hall v Dereham, Hunstanton v Mundesley, Thetford v Richmond Park, King's Lynn v Wensum Valley. Byes: Feltwell, Eaton, Sprowston Manor, Bawburgh, Royal Cromer, Barnham Broom, Gt Yarmouth & Caister, Weston Park, Dunston Hall, Cadlecott Hall and Royal Norwich.

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