Cheshire Matchplay. The Final
From the left: Immediate Past President Gary Adams, Captain Dr Mike Sumner, Seniors Winner Ian Jenkinson, Overall Winner Matthew Dodd-Berry, Plate winner Cole Self & CUGC President Martin Grimley.
Matthew Dodd-Berry from Royal Liverpool Golf Club won the 36 hole medal competition with a gross 138. Then the clearly on form Matt then went on to win comfortably in the final round against Hazel Grove stalwart Fraser McCleod with an outstanding 7 & 6. The winner of the Cheshire Seniors competition was Wallesey's Ian Jenkinson winning on the 3rd extra hole against Lymm's Martin France. The plate competition was won by Ringway golf Clubs 14 year old star Cole Self. Cole played Heaton Moors Mike Hudson-Davies.
Hosting this high calibre event for the first time and in it's Centennial Year, Astbury Golf Club can also lay a claim to be a winner in this prestigious event. Without exception the players were exceedingly complimentary about the course and a number commented on the outstanding quality of the greens this early in the playing season.
Andy Brougham and his team were at work each day of the competition as the sun was rising from the East and as always did an amazing job in presenting the course in such great condition.
The Great and the Good from the Cheshire Union of Golf Clubs (CUGC) turned out to support the players and organisers and to enjoy a hearty lunch. Speeches were made and compliments were given to the Astbury members and organisers for making the event such a success.

Astbury Captain Dr Mike Sumner presented the CUGC President Mr Martin Grimley with some cut glass as a memento of the occasion.
The Finalists
The Winners
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