Golf: Saffron Walden women miss out on Jean Wilkinson finals

PUBLISHED: 10:00 31 July 2018

Saffron Walden's Sue Ward, Caroline Peat, Charlotte Pienaar,  Paula Munns,  Jane Wagstaff,  Jaine Fieldhouse, Angela Reed and Val Oliver face the camera

Saffron Walden's Sue Ward, Caroline Peat, Charlotte Pienaar, Paula Munns, Jane Wagstaff, Jaine Fieldhouse, Angela Reed and Val Oliver face the camera

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Two good wins at home against Ramsey and Ely City were not enough for Saffron Walden women to progress to the finals of the Jean Wilkinson Trophy.

Despite only losing one fixture, away at Newmarket, their overall score of 50 points left them in second place in the group.

Newmarket topped the pile with 64 points, as Ramsey (15) and Ely (nine) completed the line-up.

Jaine Fieldhouse led the way against Ramsey with a great 5&4 win, as Paula Munns (4&2), Jane Wagstaff (5&4) and Sue Ward (7&5) also had success.

Val Oliver continued her record of matches going to the 18th with a half, while Charlotte Pienaar, playing in the team for the first time, gave a battling display only to lose on the last in Walden’s 9-5 win.

Fieldhouse, Munns, Oliver, Ward and Caroline Peat all maintained their winning form against Ely as Walden claimed a comfortable 10-4 victory.

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