Callum’s far better than Michael at Priors Hall

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Callum Farr got the better of his younger brother Michael in the Priors Hall Junior Club Championships after shooting two rounds of 76.

Second placed Michael Farr, who also finished runner-up to Michael Jaffray in the August Extra Mid-week Stableford 24 hours later, was two shots back after scores of 79 and 75.

Three brothers were also in top form in the Seniors Texas Scramble as Arthur Lenaghan, James Lenaghan and John Lenaghan successfully joined up with Geoffrey Cunnington.

The team carded a score of net 60.5 to finish ahead of Pat Annard, Jimmy Kane, Tommy Hamilton and David Smith (62.2).

Ryan Jenner and James Jaffray led from start to finish in the Bank Holiday Competition as they came out on top in the three-day event with a tally of 42 points.

With eight pairings posting the second best mark of 40 points, Robert Goodall and Nick Lazic collected the runners-up prize on countback from Paul Freeman and Ryan Jaffray.

Overstone Park

Forty points was a popular score in the Seniors Yellow Tee Stableford as Eric Watson, Derek Kimberley and Chris Cooke bagged the leading total. Watson, who saw his handicap cut from 19 to 18, came out on top.

Andrew Watson, who is unrelated to Eric, was successful in the Junior August Medal as the six-handicapper finished well clear of the field with a net 71.

Watson maintained his form into the Bubba Cup Two a few days later as he picked up the second prize on countback from Sean White. Both players shot 31 points to finish four adrift of Alex Matthews.

Stoke Albany

Four birdies in a six-hole stretch around the turn helped Scott Gordon card the leading mark in the fifth week of the Summer League as he beat Luke Knibbs by two points.

The August Bank Holiday Summer Stableford also witnessed a winning score of 42 points as Karen Day secured the plaudits by a single point.

Cold Ashby

A strong finish in both halves proved decisive in the Bank Holiday Bogey Competition as Neil Entwistle beat the course by three holes.

The 25-handicapper, who finished third in the August Mid-week Stableford a few days earlier, edged one hole in front of Joe Thomas, with Entwistle’s 16-year-old son Lewis in third.

Rushden

Consistency was the name of the game for Thomas Newell in the Junior Club Championship as he bagged 10 pars and eight bogeys to win the gross prize with a round of 78.

Max Faulkner carded a couple of net eagles on his way to finishing three strokes ahead of Callum Gant, who shot a net 73.

Embankment

Tony White finished three strokes clear of Gary Bailey and Mick McGrady in the Bank Holiday Cup after compiling a net 48.

Four shots was the margin of victory in the ladies competition as Pam Digby defeated Carol Lawrence with a net 53.

The mixed competition needed countback to decide the winner as John Terry (net 56) lifted the Bill Ayres Cup after squeezing in front of Pete Winter.

John White

Forty five points was the leading mark in the August Stableford as Mick Brightman took the top category with the help of three birdies.

Fellow mid-handicappers Craig Cooper (44) and David Lawson (41) were also in great form, while John Bonham carded the best score of 40 points in the lower division.

Oundle

Mary Bush led the way in the Great Gran Great Gal Competition after compiling 34 points. Sue Brown (33) was runner-up by one point from Ros Riley.