Page 76 • The HERALD • 4th August 2022 v SAY YOU SAW IT IN THE HERALD v • Bike Sales • Cycle Servicing for all makes and models • Spares, accessories and good honest advice! Open Tuesday-Saturday Blackfield Business Centre, Hampton Lane, Blackfield Please call 023 8089 0712 to arrange a service! SPORT IN THE HERALD Bramshott Hill Seniors Results Dibden Open Golf Society (DOGS) Results Monday 4th July: ere were 36 Seniors playing in this Stableford Quali er the results of which were as follows: Division 1: 1st Brian Lewis 43 pts, 2nd Aidie Mitchell 41 pts, 3rd Stuart Bulbrooke 40 pts (C’back); Division 2: 1st Ken Vine 47 pts, 2nd John Bailey 44 pts, 3rd Bill Merrett 43 pts; Division 3: 1stBrian Cox 50 pts, 2nd John Gordon 44 pts, 3rd John Annetts 43 pts. Monday 11th July: ere were 40 Seniors playing in the rst round of the Seniors Championship, of which the gross results (top ten) were as follows: Nigel Trickey 82, Brian Lewis 83, Stuart Bulbrooke 84, Ian Blandford 85, Rob Hallett 86, Kevin Rothwell 86, Trelford Douglas 87, Paul Wastell 87, Gerry Murphy 88, Mark Eve 89. e second round was played and the competition was close so all to play for. e nett results of the match were: Division 1: Kevin Rothwell 86-20 = 66, Brian Lewis 83-16 = 67, Johnny Hooper 90-22 = 68; Division 2: Gerry Murphy 88-28 = 60, Alan Rogers 92-26 = 66 (countback), Brian Cox 97-31 = 66. Inter club Match v Ryde I.O.W.: On ursday 30th July, Bramshott Hill Seniors hosted an interclub match with a Seniors team from Ryde on the I.O.W. is match has special signi cance as the two clubs play for a small trophy. ey have to admit that Bramshott Hill (although coming close on several occasions) have never won the trophy. However, this could be their year as their captain, Stuart Bulbrook, led the team to a magni cent win of six games to nil in their home leg. e return match will be played in September where if they manage to half one game, they will win the trophy. July. Top Medal Scores: 1st Place: R Hallett (Net 64) 2nd: E Nkomo (Net 65 C/B) 3rd: B Marwood (65 C/B) 4th: R James (65) and 5th: B Cox (66) Nearest the Pins: D Lowman (4th) N Dixon (11th) Pros Approach: T Dempsey (15th), 2’s Competition: Solo Winner: N Dixon e Championship Winner will be announced and receive their trophy at the Christmas Lunch later this year. On 28th June the DOGS played a 3 Man Team 18 Hole Bowmaker Competition plus the usual add-on competitions. e winning team: Jo Renyard, P Mortimer and I Cameron (83) 2nd Place: P Huxley, L Jones and P Blackwood (82) 3rd Place: S Hawkes, A McCaffrey and B Phillips (80) Nearest the Pins: R Gooding (4th) S Hawkes (11th) Pro’s Approach: I Cameron (15th) 2s: D Lowman, L Jones, D McManus and S Hawkes. e Highest Stableford Score and Star of the Week with a Total of 38 Points: Jo Renyard 5th July the DOGS played the start of the Annual 36 Hole Two Round Championship Competition, this was an 18 Hole Stableford Competition. Top Stableford Scores: 1st: B Cox (44) 2nd: D Webster (42) 3rd: J Stoker (42 C/B) 4th: J Beadell (41), 5th: B Marwood (39 C/B) 6th: A McCaffrey (39) 7th: C Peall (39 C/B) Nearest the Pins: M O’Brien (4th) N Dixon (11th) Pro’s Approach: P Mortimer (15th), 2’s Competition Winners: N Dixon, C Viney and M O’Brien e second round of the Two Round Championship was another 18 Hole Medal Competition played on 12th Bramshott team v Ryde (Left to Right) Steve Lupton and Richard Hammond Bright Sunshine greeted an enthusiastic eld of 40 New Forest Golf Club Seniors for this 4 ball better ball matchplay tournament on Tuesday 5th July between teams representing Seniors Secretary Steve Lupton and Competition Secretary Richard Hammond. With the enticement of those on the winning side each receiving a golf ball for their e orts, competition was intense but good humoured. e nal B Cox, D Webster, J Stoker, McCaffrey and C Peall B Marwood with A McCaffrey R Hallett, B Marwood, R James and B Cox E Nkomo 2nd Place RECORD BREAKING CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP WIN FOR SUE Sue Lewis retained her title of Club Champion for a record breaking 19th time in what was forecast to be one of the hottest days of the year. e Bramshott Hill ladies championship is a test of not only gol ng ability but endurance as two rounds of 18 holes are played on one day. Luckily the blistering heat only arrived late in the a ernoon but the scores were up there with the temperatures. Many congratulations go to Sue who retained her championship title with the best gross score of 162. Sue Hallett won the Silver Salver for a best Nett score of 127. Best morning score went to Mandy Tennant and best a ernoon score to Elaine Thomas. e divisional winners were: Division 1 Winner and winner of the Forest Plate was Sheila Rothwell. Division 2 Winner and winner of the Kiwi Shield was Hilary Bell. Division 3 Winner and winner of the Swan Cup was Sue Leonard. e competition for the championship match on the short nine hole course was as keenly contested and this resulted in Janet Given being declared winner closely followed in second place by Janet Richardson. Captain Lynn Dunkason (left) presenting club championship trophy to Sue Lewis New Season Start for Fawley RFC Juniors Fawley RFC Juniors are gearing up for the start of the new 2022/23 season. ey are looking forward to some fantastic rugby and hope that the new season will contain lots of exciting matches and competitions without our friend COVID-19! Building on the success of last season, their teams are ready for new weekly training sessions and as usual, they are always on the look out for new players, volunteers and coaches. ey will be welcoming new and returning players on Sunday 4th September which is their registration day. Players are invited to go along to their pitches at Newlands Park opposite Gang Warily recreation centre from 9.30am. ey invite all boys and girls from year R to 11 to go along and have a free trial and see if rugby is for them. If you like what you see they will be pleased to welcome all new players regardless of ability - total newcomers encouraged! They have a fantastic team of dedicated coaches and volunteers, who are all DBS checked where appropriate, with firstaiders for every age group. Family members are encouraged to join their happy rugby family in any capacity - perhaps you can help with teas or co ees or have past rst aid experience? Maybe you are a retired player yourself who just wants to give back some of your experience to the next generation? Whatever your story, they would be pleased to see you on the 4th September. For older age groups they hold mid-week training (usually on a Wednesday) throughout the season. Please just turn up on Sunday 4th or if you want to know more before you go, please email: juniorchair@fawleyrfc. co.uk Secretary vs Competition Secretary result of 6 ½ - 4 ½ saw Secretary Steve Lupton emerging triumphant, while those in Richard Hammond’s team incurred the inevitable £1 voluntary contribution into the Captain’s charity.