A strong field of fifty competed for the Centenary Trophy in lovely conditions for golf on the last day of June.
Simon Barber ran the well attended presentation filling in for the Captain and Vice Captain in his capacity as Immediate past Captain, demonstrating he has not lost his touch. Although there was some surprise and no little relief as he didn't use his signature catch phrase "that's a paaand" once.
The unlucky Andrew Boyle finished third losing out on a card play off with a great score of 66. Collecting a large bruise on his leg for his troubles, the result of an errant tee shot played from the 8th tee.
In second place and in the prizes also with a great score of 66 was Jo McGregor.
The winner leaving the whole field in her wake by a clear 7 shots coming in with a brilliant 59, and collecting the trophy was Karen Pennington.