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Established 2001 Society Days 2013 Onneley Golf Club - Friday 12th April 2013 Andrew Abell wins our first Society Day of the year.

RESULTS

NAME

SCORE

Andrew Abell  (19)

 82 / 43

Phil Stonier (19)

90 / 37

Stan Malpass (21)

90 / 37

Peter Meadowcroft (23)

94 / 35

Peter Simms (17)

88 / 35

Les Smith (18)

90 / 35

Mel Clewlow (22)

94 /34

Kev Sherwin (24)

98 / 34

Joe Matthews (24)

100 / 33

Mark Steele (16)

91 / 32

Steve Rushton (19)

93 / 32

Daz Matthews (18)

94 / 30

Kev Abell (18)

96 / 28

Steve Ruddell (19)

99 / 27

Richard Meadowcroft (19)

101 / 27

John Smith (17)

101 / 26

Russ Howard (28)

111 / 26

Karl Furniss (17)

101 / 23

Brian Abell (33)

133 / 13

Barry Brereton (24)

WD

Phil Greatbatch (22)

WD

Tom Gallimore (11) Guest

86 / 32

Richie Abell (28)

109 / 26

What a great start to our golfing year with a record turn out of twenty three players for our Society Day at Onneley Golf Club. The course was in very good condition considering the long and hard winter we have had to endure. Unfortunately, we had several downpours throughout the afternoon but we still enjoyed our visit to a rapidly improving golf club.


Despite the weather it was Andrew Abell (h’cap 19) who mastered the conditions the best to come in an easy winner with a massive 43 points from 82 strokes. The round included 8 pars with 20 points from the front nine and 23 points from the back nine. A solid round of golf that Andrew found very easy and flowing on the day with his swing working well along with the old putter. Well done Andrew, a great start with a deservedly 3 stroke reduction in handicap to follow!


In second place, on count back, came Phil Stonier (19) with 37 points.from a steady round of golf with only one disaster, this being on Hole 7 “The Old Dog Leg”, which also proved troublesome for most of our members. Not many of us did well on this hole. (The one down the bank with out of bounds on the left amongst the trees). Phil says he believes he is becoming more consistent off the tee these days with the dreaded slice only appearing now and then.


 In third spot came our new Captain for the year Stan Malpass (21) also with 37 points from 90 strokes. Not surprised that Stan did well on this course as he was a previous member and probably knows how to keep out of trouble. Not like Stan at all really.

RESULTS

NAME

SCORE

Daz Matthews (19)

 87 / 40

Les Smith (18)

89 / 37

Kevin Sherwin (24)

96 / 37

Steve Ruddell (19)

91 / 36

Mel Clewlow (22)

99 / 31

Peter Simms (17)

96 / 31

Joe Matthews (24)

101 / 31

Phil Smith (12)

90 / 30

Karl Furniss (18)

96 / 29

Jon Downs (15)

96 / 29

Richard Meadowcroft (19)

99 / 28

Phil Greatbatch (22)

103 / 28

Andrew Abell (16)

97 / 28

Steve Rushton (19)

102 / 26

Stan Malpass (20)

104 / 26

John Smith (17)

103 / 22

Kevin Abell (18)

112 / 21



Well you have to hand it to our popular “soft southerner” Daz Matthews (Handicap 19) for his confident approach at Whiston and who has predicted for several weeks that he was going to “Give it some!” and win this years Order of Merit Competition. On this performance who would bet against him. Many of us believe that his success was down to having clean balls on all the holes and the lengths he goes to achieving this just beggars belief.


Daz conjured up 40 points from 87 strokes despite opening his round with a double bogey on the first. This was followed by some very nice golf with just one disaster on the par 5 ninth hole which produced his only blob of the round. Back nine was really steady with two points from every hole until the 17th and 18th holes which he went on to birdie providing eight points and was enough to give him a three point victory over Les Smith. It was a good knock by Daz and may be, just may be, he may well be in contention at the end of the year if his ball striking stays so sweet. Up the blues!


In second place, on count back, came Les Smith (18) with a good score of 37 points from 89 strokes. Les missed a few society days last year and generally had a quiet year with just a couple of third place finishes. A good start this year puts Les at the top of our Stableford Order of Merit Table and if he is able to play the games then we should all go down to Bet365 and have a flutter on him. Nice game Les.


In third spot came Kevin Sherwin (24) with 37 points from 96 strokes. Nice start to the round with two opening pars and then a blob on the third. A total of five pars but a couple of blobs spoiled the card. Good to see Kevin up from the Isle of Wight.


RESULTS

NAME

SCORE

Jon Downs (16)

 82 / 40

Mel Clelow (22)

93 / 36

Phil Stonier (18)

89 / 35

John Smith (17)

90 / 33

Mark Steele (16)

89 / 33

Joe Matthews (24)

98 / 33

Peter Simms (17)

90 / 33

Steve Rushton (19)

94 / 31

Richie Abell (28)

106 / 30

Les Smith (17)

93 / 30

Daz Matthews (17)

94 / 29

Brian Copestick (23)

102 / 28

Andrew Abell (17)

99 / 27

Steve Ruddell (19)

109 / 27

Karl Furniss (19)

98 / 27

Russ Howard (28)

108 / 27

Phil Greatbatch (22)

105 / 25

Stan Malpass (20)

102 / 25

Kevin Abell (18)

108 / 19

Our third Society Day of the year took us to Brookfield Golf Club where we were presented with a course in excellent condition with all the fairways looking lush and splendidly manicured. The greens had improved dramatically since our last visit, and although slow, they were true and challenging, testing all of our putting skills on the day. The course has become a firm favourite with our members and is a regular venue on our society calendar - so much so, that we have arranged a further visit in October so that we can finish our year on a quality course.


During the long winter months, we all look forward to golf in the summer - hot days when we can walk the fairways  and feel the sun beating down on our backs. Longing to feel the desire  to wipe away the beads of sweat from our brows and the constant urge to put away the wet suits and play in  polo shirts and shorts. Well, at Brookfield, all those wishes became reality and although  a long time coming - the sun shone with a vengeance. The weather was awesome, it was calm , it was hot - and so was Jon Downs (h,cap 16)  as he scorched the course with a gross 82 coming in with 40 stableford points to win the Society Summer Cup.


What a start to Jon’s round though - dropping just 3 shots on the opening nine holes. A dropped  shot on the par 5 second hole, which is perhaps one of the most generous holes on the course, then dropping shots on the difficult third hole and then on the ninth coming back to the clubhouse over the water, were the only mistakes made on the front nine. So, 23 points were scored on the front nine followed by 17 points on the back nine. Jon played bogey golf on the back nine, possibly,  adopting a more conservative approach in a bid to protect his great start to the round.


In second place came Mel Clewlow (h,cap 22) with 36 points from 93 strokes. The sand saved Mel from being massacred by the “Handicap Axe”. Had he not struggled out of the bunkers, then Mr Downs would have had a real challenger on the day. Mel should now take his bucket and spade together with his sand wedge and go and play on the beach. Once he sorts his bunker shots out  then his scores will tumble.


In third spot came Phil Stonier (18) with 35 points from 89 strokes. A steady game of golf with no blobs on the card and therefore no disasters. Striking the ball better off the tee and like everybody on the day, struggled with the pace of the greens - never had so many three putts in a round for a long time.

RESULTS

NAME

SCORE

Steve Rushton (19)

 87 / 40

Jon Downs (14)

80 / 40

Steve Ruddell (19)

85 / 40

Richard Meadowcroft (20)

85 / 40

John Smith (17)

86 / 37

Kevin Abell (18)

87 / 37

Daz Matthews (17)

87 / 36

Stan Malpass (21)

93 /34

Brian Copestick (23)

97 / 32

Russ Howard (28)

104 / 32

Brian Abell (33)

136 / 9

Anrew Abell (18)

W/D



Tom Gallimore (11) Guest

84 / 36



We arrived at  Malkins Bank with great expectations from the PIGS that had become members of Malkins Bank Golf Club and, who have been slowly gathering local knowledge of how to beat the course into submission. There was also a burden of expectation from Jon Downs as his great start to the year just rolls on. On the day the weather was as perfect as it could be - it was calm - just a light breeze and the sun helping to provide the ideal conditions for us golfers to give it a go! The stage was set, would local knowledge of the course bring about a winner from a Malkins member? Well, the fact is we had four winners all on 40 points and all members of Malkins Bank.


It was all down to count back after 18 holes in the gruelling sun. A fabulous back nine of 24 points by Steve Rushton (h’cap 19) was just enough to win the “Players Championship Trophy” and  push the in-form Jon Downs into second place with 21 points. Steve Ruddell came in with 20 back nine points and then Richard Meadowcroft with 19 points. What a great game of golf from these four players. Well done guys.


The course showed it’s teeth on the front nine and especially around “Amen Corner” - the fourth and fifth holes. Only Steve Ruddell managed to par the stroke index one 4th hole and the small par 3 5th hole took  a few casualties on the day with the bunkers, the streams, the trees, the rough  just too much to cope with on the day.


So, onto the days winner - Steve Rushton(19 h’cap), played just an average front nine with just two pars and two blobs. There is a story about one of the blobs but that story can be left for a future time over a pint. Just sixteen points from the front nine. Steve started the back nine with a fabulous drive that won the Longest Drive Competition, which split the fairway right down the middle with a distance of some 246 yards that just left a sand wedge into the green. This was followed by six pars resulting in just three dropped shots on the back nine. Steve commented afterwards that on the back nine he just went for every shot. Well played Mr Rushton.


In second place came Jon Downs (14)  with 80 strokes.Nice round of golf that was spoiled by a blob on the 15th hole, presumably the easiest hole on the course. Oh Mr Downs, just a point on this hole and you would be polishing silver pots all day at work! A good birdie on the 12th hole also won the Money Pin. Jon is becoming Mr Consistency following the Tour win last year and a good start to this years campaign. It is inevitable that we will all be looking to Jon to set the pace - you win a couple and suddenly you start winning the lot and we all wonder, have the floodgates opened. Still, we have Andrew, and the old lap top to sort out his handicap to ensure equality is maintained within the camp.


In third place came Steve Ruddell (19) with 85 strokes. Two equal halves with 20 points from each with 7 pars and no blobs. Hitting the driver well and now wants a little more consistency to his game. Playing a little more golf these days which should reap rewards as the season goes on.


RESULTS

NAME

SCORE

Richard Meadowcroft (18)

 91 / 36

Joe Matthews (24)

94 / 36

Phil Stonier (18)

88 / 35

Mel Clewlow (21)

93 / 34

Kevin Sherwin (23)

95 / 33

Russ Howard (28)

99 / 33

Karl Furniss (19)

93 / 32

Kevin Abell (18)

93 / 31

Daz Matthews (17)

92 / 31

John Smith (17)

94 / 29

Mark Steele (16)

95 / 26

Brian Copestick (23)

107 / 26

Stan Malpass (21)

99 / 27

Steve Rushton (17)

99 / 24

Jon Downs (12)

112 / 19

The tables were turned in Richard Meadowcroft’s favour when he won the Twilight Trophy at Uttoxeter Golf Club with a score of 36 points from 91 strokes having been tied with Joe Matthews on the same score. As in the previous Society Day at Malkins Bank, it was all down to count back and who had the best score on the back nine holes. This time Richard’s back nine score was just one point better than Joe’s which helped to soothe the pain of missing out at Malkins Bank.


Richard, playing off an handicap of 18, is playing some decent golf at the moment and his form is probably only to be expected as he is now playing more and taking in some competition golf at Malkins Bank. We must congratulate both Richard and Joe for returning such a good score card when the course was clearly tough to play. It was made even more difficult as this was our first visit for most of the Society members.


Yes, there were some memorable moments…..never before have the patrons of Uttoxeter Race Course seen a golf club hurtling over the main stand…..oh yes Sevee, we know, we all heard and saw but chose to ignore all the expletives describing his feelings towards the golf course. We all watch and amuse ourselves at such misfortune that the golfing gods have bestowed on our most recent winner at Malkins Bank. What a turn in fortune - that’s golf. From one week to another we just don’t know how we are going to play - perhaps as well really, otherwise we wouldn’t turn up.


Richard enjoyed a good front nine and came in with 22 points which included 4 pars. A poor start to the back nine, blobbing the first two holes, spoilt an unblemished score card and playing well to his handicap. Still the laptop signifies a further shot dropped off his handicap.


In second place then on count back was Joe Matthews (24)  with another good front nine of 23 points. Again, two blobs on the back nine prevented a very good score. Score of 36 points from 94 strokes.


In third place came Phil Stonier(18) with 35 points from 88 strokes and the lowest gross score of the day. Good front nine with 20 points but yet again two blobs on the back nine spoiled a good card. Putted well on the front nine and included a birdie on the par 4 third hole. Used a 3 wood and irons throughout. Won both the Nearest the pin on the 172 yard twelfth  hole and the Money Pin on the 102 yard sixteenth hole. This result also puts Phil into second spot in the Grand Prix.

RESULTS

NAME

SCORE

Mel Clewlow (21)

 91 / 36

Back nine 20 pts

Brian Copestick (23)

94 / 36

Back nine 17 pts

John Smith (17)

92 / 32

Steve Ruddell (17)

93 / 31

Richie Abell (28)

104 / 31

Kevin Sherwin (23)

99 / 30

Russ Howard (28)

105 / 30

Andrew Abell (17)

96 / 28

Joe Matthews (22)

106 / 27

Stan Malpass (21)

102 / 26

Phil Stonier (17)

99 / 25

Kevin Abell (18)

100 / 25

Steve Rushton (18)

100 / 25

Jon Downs (12)

97 / 21

Karl Furniss (19)

107 / 20



Peter Isherwood (15) (Guest)

85 / 36

Mike Pumford (9) (Guest)

81 / 34

Paul Herrington  (18) Guest

91 / 34

Tom Gallimore (11) Guest

85 / 32

John Munn (17) Guest

93 / 30

Barry Bleasdale (14) Guest

94 / 29

Andy Prince (19) Guest

101 / 25

Gordan Chadwick (20) Guest

100 / 24

Mel Clewlow squeezed through at the death against Brian Copestick to win the “12,000 Miles Trophy” at Alsager Golf Club. Both players finished on an equally impressive 36 Stableford points but it was Mel who enjoyed the better back nine holes to clinch his first victory with our Society. Was this win a surprise? - not really, a very good game at Uttoxeter which was only blighted by a handful of missed small putts that prevented a winning score. Hitting the ball well and full of confidence, he arrived early at Alsager and was quick to get on the practice area. Well done Mel and richly deserved.


But what a shot in the arm for Brian Copestick. He nearly wrote a new chapter in the history of the PIGS by becoming the oldest player to win a Society Day - (73 years young)  But what a great game he had. So good off the tee which included some fabulous drives. He contrived to hit most fairways and managed the course superbly well. Putting majestically and left three on-line putts just an inch short of the hole - very unlucky not to have reached 40 points. Brian just loves this course as he scored 39 points last year and was just beaten into second place by last years winner Mark Steele. Great game Brian - well done and if its any consolation - second two years running on a difficult course is great golf.


So, back to our winner Mel, playing off an handicap of 21. He finished top of the leader board with a round that included 2 birdies and 3 pars from 91 strokes. Picking up eight points from two holes is just what you need to win our tournaments, especially these days when the last three competitions have finished so close and decided on count-back.  Mel started a “wobble run” about the 6th hole that concluded with a blob on the 8th hole. A run that returned just two points from three holes. After this he enjoyed a steady round of golf that was helped by one of his two birdies on the par 4, 357 yard 14th hole. A player to put your money on in Wales.


In second spot, the up and coming Brian Copestick (23) with equal Stableford points from 94 strokes. Started so well with two pars on the opening holes. Had a disaster on the third hole but then had a great run until the 14th hole when he suffered his second of three blobs. What a great game though……wonder what the secret is….would suggest we test him for drugs, but scared of what we may find!


In third place came John Smith (17) with 32 points from 92 strokes. Game of equal halves and two blobs stopped him playing to par. Not firing on all cylinders at the moment but still grinds out a steady round of golf.


RESULTS

NAME

SCORE

Mel Clewlow (19)

 93/ 35

Back nine 19pts

Andrew Abell (17)

90 / 35

Back nine 18 pts

Stan Malpass (21)

101 / 32

John Smith (17)

96 / 31

Karl Furniss (19)

97 / 30

Daz Matthews (17)

97 / 29

Joe Matthews (22)

102 / 28

Mark Steele (16)

96 / 28

Richie Abell  (28)

111 / 27

Kevin Abell (18)

101 / 26

Russ Howard (28)

116 / 24

Steve Rushton (18)

105 / 23

Brian Copestick (22)

113 / 18



Paul Stonier (12)

82 / 38

John Munn (18)


Mel Clewlow won his second successive Society Day by the closest of margins when he just edged out Andrew Abell on count back after a good days golf on the Cheshire Course at Carden Park. It was all square after 18 holes with both players tied on 35 points a piece but when the back nine shots were added up it was Mel who took the silver ware home - the “Tour Warmer Trophy”, with 19 points from Andrews 18 points. It is becoming a regular occurrence at the moment for our Society Days to be decided on count back. Still it all adds up to an exciting finish even if it does leave those involved with the thoughts of “if only” as the missed short putts and duffed chips become more painful.


What a lovely course to play as we come towards the end of such a good summer. The Cheshire Course is such an attractive Parkland style of course with plenty of trees and hazards to contend with. Much more attractive to play than the Nicholas Course which probably suits the bombers who have plenty of open spaces to smash their ball down the fairways. Mel (handicap 19) started his round with two nice pars and then a mixed front nine was to follow with three blobs recorded. The round consisted of 8 pars but the blobs cost him a good score.  The result puts Mel at the top of the Order of Merit table and if he has a good few days in Llandudno then he may take some catching. Andrew (17) had a more consistent round with 3 pars and a birdie on the par 5 14th hole with no blobs. Good solid round of golf hitting just 86 strokes. Shame about the last hole when a six cost him the chance of winning.


 In third spot came our Captain, Stan Malpass (21) with 32 points from 101 strokes. Four poor holes with high scores did the damage. In fourth place came John smith (17) with 31 points from 96 strokes. Still not firing on all cylinders at the moment.



Astbury presented us with a course that was in superb condition and despite the greens being top dressed in the last few days, it was a sheer joy to play. It was such a beautiful day for late September, all of us still wearing polo shirts and looking forward to the prospects of an Indian Summer - now that would be a great way to end a good golfing season.


This year, the results from our Society Days have been very close with the last five outings being decided on count-back. Astbury was no exception with three players - Andrew Abell, Steve Ruddell and Phil Stonier all coming in with 37 points. However, it was Steve Ruddell (handicap 17) who had the better back nine holes to take away the Classic Trophy for his second win with the Society.


This win was no surprise as Steve played well on Tour, having finished fourth in the Stableford and third in the Strokeplay Order of Merit Competitions. This result also puts Steve at the top of the Grand Prix table and second in the Stableford Order of Merit  just two points behind the current leader Mel Clewlow with just one game to go.


In second place came Andrew Abell (17) with a good opening nine holes that returned 22 points. There were three blobs on the back nine that proved costly and an eight on the final hole having hit a very good drive into a good position on the right side of the fairway that would leave a hurtful feeling of a wasted chance. It was another very good round of golf.


In third spot was Phil Stonier (18)  with 23 points from the front nine putting him into a very strong position as a result of some good putting and a short game that pulled him out of a few tough positions. But three bad holes with nine strokes recorded on each was just too much to get away with. Still a big improvement on previous rounds played this year.


RESULTS

NAME

SCORE

Steve Ruddell (17)

88 / 37

Andrew Abell (17)

88 / 37

Phil Stonier (18)

92 / 37

Russ Howard (28)

100 / 36

Mark Steele (16)

89 / 34

Kev Abell (18)

94 / 32

Jon Downs (12)

98 / 31

Karl Furniss (18)

96 / 31

John Smith (17)

97 / 30

Rich Meadowcroft (16)

95 / 30

Steve Rushton (18)

100 / 28

Pete Simms (16)

96 / 27

Les Smith (18)

100 / 27

Daz Matthews (16)

98 / 27

Tom Gallimore (11)

89 / 31

Paul Stonier (11)

93 / 27

Brookfield Golf Club provided us with a course in superb condition to complete our golfing calendar for the year. A course, that over the years, has established itself has a clear favourite with most of our members with some playing it better than others. On this day it was Kevin Abell, playing some of his best golf of the year, who came out on top with a great score of 39 points from 85 strokes to take home the Society’s “Winter Warmer Trophy”. It was a good all round performance from Kevin who was hitting the ball well off the tee and produced some cracking drives towards the end of the round. This harnessed to a sound short game and enjoying a good putting day, all contributed to a good score. The game probably left Kevin wishing that it was the start of the golfing year rather than the end. All in all it was a very good game of golf that needs to be congratulated. Well done Kevin, let’s hope you take your form into the Winter League.


It was also a game in which we were also to going to discover who was going to become our Order of Merit Champions after enjoying the best summer for a few years. After the earlier games it looked as though The Stableford Order of Merit belonged to Daz Matthews and it stayed like that until a good run of results by Mel Clewlow, with two wins on the trot at Alsager and Carden Park, shot him to the top of the table. At Brookfield all eyes were on Mel and Daz with Mel the clear favourite to hold on to his slender lead. This he did by carding 28 points and improving his overall position by one point. Whilst Daz only managed to muster up 29 points when 34 points was the minimum requirement to stage any serious challenge. Oh…but the result could have been so much different, if Andrew hadn’t blobbed the last hole in his round. Andrew came in with a score of 37  to leapfrog everyone and clinch second place in the Order of Merit behind Mel, in the end losing out by just one point. No one  saw that one coming. However, Mel held onto top spot to win the Order of Merit Championship after playing some good golf throughout the year. Mel finished on 268 points, Andrew 267 points and in third place Steve Ruddell on 265 points. Once again the story may have been different had Steve Ruddell managed to play at Brookfield . What a great competition we have had this year, so good that it all went to the wire on the last day or even to the last hole in Andrew’s case. Congratulations Mel - played some good golf this year.


The Grand Prix was also decided at Brookfield. Andrew’s haul of 14 points on the last day was enough to  win it, snatching it away from John Smith, Steve Ruddell and Daz Matthews who were all in with a shout coming into the last game. In fact it was Andrew winning both the Longest Drive and the Nearest the Pin giving him 3 extra points that made all the difference. So, Andrew finished first on 78 points, John Smith on 76 points and Steve Ruddell in third place with 75 points. Congratulations to Andrew on winning our first Grand Prix Competition.


So, back to what happened at Brookfield. The weather was excellent for golf although we did expect a shower or two which thankfully, did not materialise. The course, although damp, played better than we all had expected. The greens were good and the fairways were all nicely cut with the rough difficult enough. Brookfield always offers a fair challenge to us all, some like it because it gives plenty of opportunities to get the big dog out of the bag and give it some down the fairway, or in Daz’s language - “Av it!!”. Not surprising then that the “big hitters” came in with the best scores on the day.


Kevin started smoothly and played to his handicap on the front nine. Back nine was very much the same but the driver gave him more opportunities to play below his handicap and come in with 39 points and no blobs. This was a typical game of golf from Kevin - very consistent, nice golf, no real big chunks of luck like dropping a few long putts on the way to a big score. No this was nice controlled golf with no thrills attached. All in all it was a good day in the office for Kevin.


In second place came Andrew Abell (17) with 37 points from 88 strokes. Another good game after scoring 37 points at Astbury on our previous Society Day. But, his day could have been so much better and no doubt he will be kicking himself for his two bad holes that proved so costly at the end of the day. He opened his round with all his wheels coming off on the first hole and carded a nine, and closed his round with an eight and a second blob! In between he put his wheels back on and had eight pars and a birdie. Perhaps the highlight of the round was a run of five straight pars, including a birdie, starting on the 10th hole. Unfortunately for Andrew, the wheels became loose again on the last three holes giving the advantage to Mel and Kevin. Nice one Andrew, so very close to a great end to the year. Talk about sneaking up on the blind side!!!


In third place came Phil Greatbatch (21) with 35 points from 93 strokes. Another good steady game of golf that, once again, could have been so much better had he not blobbed the first and last holes. In between it was nice steady golf with four pars and no further disasters. Phil always saves his best till last, and plays well on the last game of the year having won at Newcastle on our last Society Day last year.

RESULTS

NAME

SCORE

Kevin Abell (18)

85 / 39

Andrew Abell (17)

88 / 37

Phil Greatbatch (21)

93 / 35

Stan Malpass (22)

95 / 35

Jon Downs (13)

89 / 32

John Smith (17)

93 / 31

Mark Steele (16)

92 / 30

Richard Meadowcroft (16)

95 / 30

Daz Matthews (17)

95 / 29

Russ Howard (28)

108 / 28

Mel Clewlow (18)

97 / 28

Karl Furniss (18)

100 / 28

Steve Rushton (19)

108 / 25

Brian Copestick (23)

109 / 22

Tom Gallimore (Guest) (11)

85 / 32