Dugmore Trophy up for grabs at Middleton Hall

The winning team, with a score of 120 points, was Jim Hudson (pictured left), Roy Gladman and John B

The winning team, with a score of 120 points, was Jim Hudson (pictured left), Roy Gladman and John Burton who were presented with the Trophy by Seniors Captain, Bob Gamble (pictured right). Picture: Chris Hudson - Credit: Archant

The annual Dugmore Trophy is a very popular team event for the Seniors who play at Middleton Hall Golf Club.

The trophy was introduced by Dave Dugmore, who was the Seniors Captain in 2007, as a Stableford competition where all three individual scores are added together to produce the team result.

This year, 54 players took part and they recorded some excellent scores.

The winning team, with a score of 120 points, was made up of Jim Hudson, Roy Gladman and John Burton, who were presented with the trophy as a reward for their efforts by the club's Seniors' Captain, Bob Gamble.

In second position was the trio of Chris Moore, Peter McQuaid and Kiem Byrne, who finished with 115 points, just ahead of third-placed team Gordon Bidwell. Ray Brown and Mike Forder, who were just a point behind.


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