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Aug 27, 2015

Auld Enemies Cup 2014

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Posted by: Stephanie


What a week!!! Never in my wildest dreams did I think that we would win so convincingly, if anyone had suggested that we would win 17 1/2 6 1/2 I would have laughed at them. Luckily we had a great week in terms of the weather; it stayed dry and sunny for the most part.

Monday started with what I called a “Guest Day”, this was teams which included players representing companies that had sponsored a hole or some other part of the week.  There were some terrific individual scores; all the scores were paired with a mystery card to decide the winning pair, the winning score being 86 that was myself and Alan Morgan of Scotland.

The real thing started on Tuesday morning, everyone new their opponents for the day and following the opening ceremony led by the choir from the local primary school   Gaudet Luce President and the town mayor. Play got underway at 10.00am

Normally, we tend not to do so well in the Foursomes but by the end of play England /Wales were leading 4pts to 2pts, with four matches going to the eighteenth. The team meeting later was full of energy , everyone excited at the prospect of going into the next days four balls in front and determined to hold onto the lead.

Wednesday’s four balls proved to be another good day for EnglandWales with the result again being 4pts to 2pts taking us into Thursday’s singles with an 8pts to 4pts lead.

Thursday’s singles turned out to be even better than the previous two days with the results going in our favour again by 9 ½ to 2 ½,it was a fantastic performance by everybody.

The best part for me was receiving the Auld Enemies Cup from the Mayor later at the dinner.

Thanks go to my team and their guides. There was a great team spirit and everyone supported each other.

A massive thank you must  go to Gaudet Luce for their support and for having the course in such great condition and to all the members that gave up their time to act as markers and spotters.

Barry Ritchie











After the First Day England & Wales lead by 4 to 2

After the second day England lead by 8 to 4

Day One - Foursomes
Ally Reid  & Miles Clarke
5 / 4 Andy Gilford & Peter Hodgkinson
Ian Prime & John Miller Halved Pieta Le Roux & Steve Beevers
Allan Morgan & Bennett Ward
1 up Simon Cookson & Jay Cookson
Sam Sloan & Charlie Forbes 4 / 3
Chris Evans & William McAllister
Kris Adams & Cameron McDiarmid
2 / 1 John Eakin & Barry Ritchie
John Imrie & David Patterson Halved Malcolm Elrick & Derek Field


The Second Day Results are as follows


Day Two Fourballs
Scotland Result England
Sam Sloan & Allan Morgan 1Up
Simon Cookson & Jay Cookson
Ally Reid & Kris Adams 1 Up
John Eakin & Barry Ritchie
David Patterson & Bennett Ward
5 / 4 Steve Beevers & William McAllister
Ian Prime & Miles Clarke
1 Up Chris Evans & Malcolm Elrick
Darren Healey & Cameron McDiarmid
4 / 3 Pieta Le Roux & Ron Tomlinson
John Imrie & Charlie Forbes
3 / 2 Andy Gilford & Peter Hodgkinson



The Singles Results on the Final Day are below

Day Three Singles
Scotland Result England
John Imrie
2 / 1 John Eakin
Miles Clarke
1 Up Pieta Le Roux
Ally Reid
5 / 4 Peter Hodgkinson
John Miller
2 / 1 William McAllister
Ian Prime 4 / 3
Barry Ritchie
Kris Adams 3 / 2
Steve Beevers
Allan Morgan
3 / 1 Andy Gilford
Darren Healey
4 / 3 Simon Cookson
David Patterson
6 / 5 Malcolm Elrick
Cameron McDiarmid
3 / 2 Jay Cookson
Bennett Ward
5 / 4 Ron Tomlinson
Sam Sloan Halved Derek Field