The TAMS played their return fixture against Thorpeness with the weather staying fine but windy
and the course in excellent condition
Captain Neville’s team once again proved to be quite a force with a 6-0 win
The winning pairings were
Neville Proctor and John Ames
Brig Archer and Peter Webber
Paul Jennings and Stephen Gooday
Deb Outar and David Brothers
Mark Milner and Alan Finch
Keith Ribbans and Andrew Brothers
Special mention to Paul Jennings and Stephen Gooday with a brilliant 8-6 win

TAMS vs Fynn Valley

The TAMS were back to fine winning form today playing at Home to Fynn Valley
With the course and the weather exceptional, followed by an excellent meal the TAMS won comfortably by 7 – 1
Captain Neville Proctor playing with Alan Brundle left it late in their match with Neville having to sink a six foot putt on the last green to halve their match
Brian Fulton & Alan Fairweather similarily had a close match to record a further half on the last hole
The other six pairings all won their matches
Mark Milner & Barry Root 3 & 2
Stephen Gooday & John Pritchard 7 & 6
Andrew Brothers & Clive Bloom 1 up snatching victory with the last putt of the match
Peter Turner & Peter Webber 7 & 6
Peter Orrin & Keith Armes 5 & 4
Chris Gerry & Reg King 3 & 1
Well done to the team retaining their 100% home record with their 8th win at Brett Vale this year

Beaumont Team News

The Beaumont team travelled to Rookery Park for their quarter final tie
On completion of all,four matches the result was a tie
This led to a play off hole
Simon Donnolly and Danny Lumley took up the challenge
With both tee shots off to right the Rookery Park players took their shots with one slightly left and the other down the middle
Both second shots from Simon and Danny found the green but as it had been all day neither ball held and run off
Rookery Park played their second shots and one found its way on to the green to leave a ten foot putt
Neither Simon or Danny were able to get near the hole and both missed return putts
This left  Rookery Park an easy two putt to win the hole and the match
The Beaumont team Captained by Neville Proctor was Simon Donnolly Mick Hurley Danny Lumley Steve Brough Jon Dewey Ken Burbridge Keith Ribbans and Peter Robinson
Overall the team played well on an away course and were very unlucky not to,win
A big thank you to Terry and Jo Bright who travelled to,support the team all the way through the day

Merryweather Trophy

The Ladies and Tams played their annual Merryweather Trophy match, the weather was perfect and the course was once again in excellent condition.
The Ladies were Captained by Sheila King and their team was:
Jane Patterson Jo Bright Jane Needham Di Leach Vera Pender Jura Davies Carol Owens
Hilary Archer Lindsay Armes Alison Stokes  Catherine Craddock Sue Curran Betty Ward Webb Jane Burl Catherine Le Tue
The TAMS were Captained by Neville Proctor and their team was:
Andrew Burl Keith Armes  Nigel Hanham Jim Stewart Richard Elbourne Paul Jennings Alec Threlkald Andrew Brothers Dennis Newman Maurice Eccles Reg King Brig Archer Alan Brundle Bill Stowe Rob Martin.
After the usual banter surrounding the Ladies receiving extra shots  the matches started in good humour
The after match meal was Lasagne chips and salad  was excellent and  well received
The result was Ladies 4.5 to TAMS 3.5 thereby the Ladies were victorious and the beaten Captain Neville Proctor .
A great day was had by all and was played in good humour with some serious golf involved

TAMS vs Felixstowe

The TAMS played their 15th match of the year today away at Felixstowe
It is always a difficult venue but the TAMS led by Captain Neville Proctor were in good form and recorded their first Draw of the season 4 – 4
They have now won all of their 7 home matches and this was their 8th away match with 4 wins and 3 defeats before todays draw
Captain Neville was not able to add a victory to his numerous previous wins
but wins were recorded by
Bill Stowe & Peter Webber 3 & 2
Deb Outar & Maurice Eccles 4 & 3
Stephen Gooday & John Ames 4 & 3
Jon Dewey & Richard Clayton &
Paul Jennings & Peter Robinson bot halving their matches
The TAMS play again next week with a home match against Fynn Valley