County Match Week



17TH-21STJune, 2019



County Captain Paula Ewing announced the team as: County Champion Emily Slater (Gogs), Belinda Borneo (Brampton Park), Miranda Brain (Gogs), Tabitha Brain (Gogs), Jackie Ewing (Links), Sarah Greenall (Links), Jade Guest (Gogs), Ella Mason (Ely City), Alex Sparrow (Saffron Walden) and Zhana Tarasko (Gogs)

Links Ladies Conquer in Spain

Having won through six rounds played over the course of the year to earn a place in the semi-final, team captain Sarah Greenall, along with fellow members Edie Douglas, Naomi Pilmer, Marcella Tuttle and Carol Wigham, flew to Spain on 19th November for the last two rounds accompanied by a band of caddies and supporters.

Read the full report here

Links off to Montecastillo

It was an extremely tight and tense match against Toft GC(Lincs) ladies and as the anchor game Sarah kept getting reports of first good news, then bad, then good. Sarah was very pleased to be called in after playing the 15th as her team had won the required 3 matches!

So that’s 6 rounds completed and with over 200 clubs entered in the competition they are in the top 4.

A great achievement so far but they are going there to try and take the first prize.

So Links are now off to the Annodata Matchplay Grand Finals in Montecastillo Golf Resort, Cadiz, Spain Monday 19th November – Friday 23rd November. Where the top 4 Ladies and top 4 Mens teams will play the Semi Finals, 3rd place play off and Grand Final.

Good Luck Ladies from all Cambs & Hunts Lady Golfers

The picture shows left to right… Lynn Lambert, Edie Douglas, Sarah Greenall, Naomi Pilmer and Marcella Tuttle.

County Girls retain the East Region Golf Trophy

The Cambs and Hunts Junior Girls team travelled to The Bedford Golf Club to defend the trophy won for the first time last year

The Cambs and Hunts Junior Girls team travelled to The Bedford Golf Club to defend the trophy won for the first time last year.  The competition involved teams of six players from Bedfordshire, Cambs & Hunts, Essex, Hertfordshire and Norfolk playing in different handicap bands. Cambs and Hunts were represented in the (0-9) category by Ella Mason (Ely City), (10-15) by Ellie Gamble (Ely City) and Olivia Dyson (Barkway Park), (16-24) by Sienna Mason (Ely City) and Olivia Wynne (Kingsway) and (25-30) by Lila-Belle Nacca (Bourn). The first five players were all making their debuts in this event.

Ella Mason Captained the team for the day and lead from the front with a solid score of 34 pts.  She was followed by Ellie Gamble, who was called in late on Saturday evening. Ellie put together a good score of 29 pts.

Olivia Dyson battled hard to record a score of 33 pts.  Sienna Mason was in good form and came home with an excellent score of 36 pts.  Kingsway’s Olivia Wynne was in good form and recorded a score of 32 pts.  Coming up at the rear was Lila-Belle Nacca the only survivor from last year’s team.  Lila Belle played some stunning golf to record a magnificent score of 44 pts.

With the four best scores counting the Cambs and Hunts team score was 147 points, giving them victory over host County Bedfordshire by 5 pts.

Lila-Belle Nacca also picked up the prize for the best overall score of the competition.

(Photo shows the team celebrating their victory)

Tabitha & Miranda retain the Holland Cups

With the sun beating down 22 pairs tackled the Wandlebury course at the Gogs as they took up the 36 stroke play challenge for the Holland Cups. Tabitha and Miranda Brain (Gogs), the holders for the past two years, were in excellent form and their score of 78 gave them a two shot lead after the morning round. They continued their good form into the afternoon with another solid round of 78 for a total gross score of 156.  Read the full report here

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