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Mixed luck for Diss Seniors

PUBLISHED: 12:11 06 April 2009 | UPDATED: 11:01 12 July 2010

Diss Golf Club Seniors beat Caldecott Hall Seniors 5-1 recently.

Results (Diss names first): Colin Wyer (captain) and David Walker beat Frank McLoughlin and Alan Read 1 up, Peter Montgomery and Peter Harper beat David Juler and Derek Barker 3 and 2, Bob Fryer and Paul Bruning beat Jeff Roffey and Frank Scales 3 and 2, Peter Snell and Graham Hilton lost to Roy Calnon and Ray Lands 2 down, Brain Langmead and Dave Pearson beat John Wyatt and Frank Hayes 1 up, Mervyn Taylor and Phil Robinson beat Mel Juler and Paul Brooke 2 and 1.

Diss Golf Club Seniors beat Caldecott Hall Seniors 5-1 recently.

Results (Diss names first): Colin Wyer (captain) and David Walker beat Frank McLoughlin and Alan Read 1 up, Peter Montgomery and Peter Harper beat David Juler and Derek Barker 3 and 2, Bob Fryer and Paul Bruning beat Jeff Roffey and Frank Scales 3 and 2, Peter Snell and Graham Hilton lost to Roy Calnon and Ray Lands 2 down, Brain Langmead and Dave Pearson beat John Wyatt and Frank Hayes 1 up, Mervyn Taylor and Phil Robinson beat Mel Juler and Paul Brooke 2 and 1.

Diss Golf Club Seniors lost out to Richmond Park Seniors 3.5 to 2.5.

Results (Diss names first): Colin Wyer (captain) and Harold Halil beat Mike Hosier and Dave Packard 3 and 1, Dave King and Geoff Beaujeux halved with Doug Atkins and Mike Hely 3 and 2, Bob Allison and John Fitzpatrick lost to Derek Clarke and David Wakeford 4 and 3, Peter Mongomery and Graham Hilton lost to John Weaver and Roy Fleming 2 and 1, Mervyn Taylor and Jim Bromley lost to Peter Ford and Brian Borwick 4 and 3, John Pacy and Vic Prior beat Brian Wheeler and Bob Lomas 4 and 3.


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