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Reay Golf Club: Strokeplay event sees Sutherland and Chisholm top the standings

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Marianne Wilson of Abbott Risk Consulting presenting the Summer Stableford trophy to winner Jason Norwood.
Marianne Wilson of Abbott Risk Consulting presenting the Summer Stableford trophy to winner Jason Norwood.

Sunday saw players at Reay competing in the Greensomes Strokeplay event, a pairs competition open to both ladies and gents.

Finishing top of the standings on an excellent nett score of 64 following a round of 78 were Evan Sutherland and Sandy Chisholm. Halves of 38 and 40, which included a birdie at the 15th, were good enough to win by two shots from the husband-and-wife team of Cammie and Alison Ross.

The Rosses fired an excellent nett 66 after a round of 81 made up of halves of 37 and 44.

Jimmy Meiklejohn and Jack Johnstone took third place on countback with a score of nett 68, with a birdie at the 13th providing the highlight of their round.

Donald Mowat and Andy Bain also managed a solitary birdie at the sixth on their way to a round of 78 for nett 68 and fourth place.

In the latest North Point Senior Stableford action, Alex Anderson fired a brace of birdies at the eighth and 17th on his way to a winning score of 39 points.

Fred Groves was a man on a mission, firing four birdies at the sixth, ninth, 14th and 15th on his way to 38 points and second place.

Jack Johnstone played steady golf to take third spot, also on 38 points, with a non-scoring hole at the 17th proving costly in the final analysis.

Murdo Macdonald had a fine homeward nine to finish fourth on 36 points.

In the latest Autumn Nine-Hole competition, Iain Dunnett carded an excellent 21 Stableford points after covering the holes in a one-over-par 35 strokes with an impressive birdie at the second hole helping him to the win.

The in-form Willie Paton carded three pars and six bogeys to take second place on 19 points, while Donald Mowat and David R Craig shared third place on 18 points.

This Saturday will see the gents competing for the Sandside Challenge Trophy, while the ladies will be vying for glory in the Ball Sweep and Medal Winners' Cup competitions.

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