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Ray Griffiths takes out Stableford at Teven

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Ray (R) with runner-up Ray on Saturday.

Ray Griffiths has won the latest round on the Teven Golf Club Men’s Division playing a 9-hole Stableford competition on Saturday.

Ray Griffith with 21 points won on a countback over runner-up Robert Tillman.

Next home was Chris Gee (20 points), Ian Coochiroff  (20), Geoff Colnan (19), Frank Jamieson (19), John Mathias (18), Rex Nixon (18) and Ian McDuff (18).

NTPs: Ian McDuff (fourth); David Fowler (eight).

Next competition is this Saturday December 16 from 6.15am.


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