Golf: Saffron Walden Ladies on a roll after resounding victory in first league match of season

12:54 15 April 2014

The Jean Wilkinson team, from left, Janina Jones, Elaine Purcell, Angela Reed, Jaine Fieldhouse, Paula Munns, Vivienne Dondi and Sue Funston.

The Jean Wilkinson team, from left, Janina Jones, Elaine Purcell, Angela Reed, Jaine Fieldhouse, Paula Munns, Vivienne Dondi and Sue Funston.

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Following the victorious Grace Norman team last week, the Jean Wilkinson squad had a resounding victory in their first league match of the season.

Playing against a strong Gog Magog side, seven head to head matches took place and resulted in a 5–2 win for the home team. Lady captain Barbara Nicoll was delighted with the result and thanked the team for playing so magnificently.

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