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October 19, 2021

Gee collects win at Teven golf

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Chris Gee (L) with Terry Prendergast at Teven Golf club.

Chris Gee won the Teven Golf Club Men’s Division nine-hole Stableford competition last Saturday.  

It was the third of six rounds making up the 2018 Point Score Championship.

Terry Prendergast was the runner-up on countback with 19 points.

Ball rundown: Richard Lawrence (19 pts), Ray Griffiths (18), Steve Blackmore (18), Ian McDuff (18), Geoff Colnan (17) and John Mathias (17).


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