TAMS vs Haverhill

The TAMS completed their double over Haverhill by winning todays home match
The course was once again in excellent condition and the after match meal was well received
The TAMS won the match 8-0 this was Captain Neville’s first  8-0 result and was very pleased with all round team effort
The team pairings were : Neville Proctor and Barry Root, Maurice Eccles and Peter Webber, Keith Ribbans and Richard Clayton
Danny Lumley and David Brothers. Mark Milner and John Ames. Stephen Gooday and Bill Stowe, Paul Jennings and Andrew Brothers, Brig Archer and Chris Gerry
Special mention to Paul Jennings and Andrew Brothers for their emphatic  win of 8 to 6

T.A.M.S vs Clacton

Brett Vale TAMS played at Clacton on a very windy day which made play very interesting but at least the sun shone
The result was BRETT Vale 5
Clacton 3
This was the inaugural match against Clacton and they were very pleased to be playing us
The winning pairs were
Captain Neville Proctor with Stephen Gooday
Peter Webber and Bill Stowe
Paul Jennings and Danny Lumley
Tony Page and Richard Clayton
Keith Ribbans and  John Ames
Clacton are looking forward to the return match at Brett scheduled for August

T.A.M.S Committee Cup

The course was in superb condition for the T.A.M.S. Committee Cup held today which was won by Paul Ansell with a splendid score of 44 points. Well done Paul.
Second place was hotly contested with 4 players on 40 Points. Brig Archer took 2nd place on count back from Nigel Hanham and Simon Donnelly with Stephen Gooday just missing out.
Nearest the pin prizes were won by Peter Bennett, Tony Ryan and Mick Hurley

TAMS vs Ufford

Brett Vale TAMS played a further Home match today (18th June) against Ufford Park
The Team recorded a good win by 5 – 3
Well done to Captain Neville & his team
The course and the meal afterwards were both outstanding, many thanks to all the team at Brett Vale
Wins were recorded by
Neville Proctor & Brig Archer 5 & 3
Bill Stowe & David (Spike) Evans 1 up
Jon Dewey & Brian Fulton 3 & 1
Peter Orrin & Clive Bloom 2 up (Clive’s first win for the TAMS)
Alan Finch & Peter Webber &
John Ames & Tony Page both halved their matches
The TAMS have now won 9 of the 12 matches played so far this year, with all six home matches having been won.