The Norfolk to begin its defence of Gillieson
The Norfolk, holder of The Gillieson Trophy, will begin the defence of their title with an away draw at Royal West Norfolk. The Gillieson, an inter-club foursomes knockout, is one of the Norfolk ladies' most prestigious trophies.
The Norfolk, holder of The Gillieson Trophy, will begin the defence of their title with an away draw at Royal West Norfolk.
The Gillieson, an inter-club foursomes knockout, is one of the Norfolk ladies' most prestigious trophies. The first round draw, to be played by April 30, is (home clubs first):
Hunstanton v Gt Yarmouth & Caister. Sprowston Manor v Richmond Park. Sheringham v The Links Country Park. Caldecott Hall v Mundesley. Weston Park v Wensum Valley. Dereham v Swaffham. Thetford v King's Lynn. Fakenham v Costessey Park. Royal West Norfolk v The Norfolk. Middleton Hall v Ryston Park. Feltwell v Dunston Hall.
Byes into the second round, to be played by June 18, are: Bawburgh v Eaton. Barnham Broom away to either Hunstanton or Gt Yarmouth & Caister. Royal Norwich v Royal Cromer.
In the Carrick Cup, another of the county women's top competitions, the holders Royal Cromer, at home, will play Sprowston Manor in the first round.
Two other ties are involved in the first round of this scratch foursomes knockout, to be played by April 30. They are (home clubs first): Sheringham v Richmond Park. Gt Yarmouth & Caister v Thetford.
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Byes into the second round, to be played by June 18, are: Royal West Norfolk v King's Lynn. The Norfolk v Swaffham. Fakenham v Royal Norwich. Eaton away to either Sheringham or Richmond Park. Dunston Hall v Hunstanton. Barnham Broom v Ryston Park. Weston Park v Costessey Park.