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Successful season for Dereham Golf Club juniors draws to a close

PUBLISHED: 17:09 26 October 2017

Past present and future junior captains of Dereham Golf Club, Matthew Goodman, Maisie Farrelly and Liam Kevern. Picture: Jane Bizley

Past present and future junior captains of Dereham Golf Club, Matthew Goodman, Maisie Farrelly and Liam Kevern. Picture: Jane Bizley

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Dereham Golf Club juniors rounded off a successful season by playing for the Alarming UK Ltd Salvers, with good scores at all levels.

In the 18-hole competition junior captain Matthew Goodman led the field with an excellent 40 points off a 16 handicap.

Close on his tail was Max Jacobs, also with 40 points and losing on countback, with third place for Liam Kevern with 36 points.

The nine holes competition was won by Hayden Lambert with 19 points while the Autumn Cup for the five holes competition was won by Arthur Leeder.

Kevern won the 18 holes summer eclectic, the winner of nine holes eclectic was Jude Marsden-Mooney and Maisie Farrelly retained the summer knockout title.

A full clubhouse heard a report on the events of the year from junior organiser Jane Bizley, followed by the announcement that the new junior captain would be Maisie Farrelly and her vice-captain would be Liam Kevern.

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