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Ladies

Another Annodata win for the Ladies

left to right Trudy Tremain;  Bev Vann;  Sue Roworth;  Jax Buse and Cath Hopkins.

A win for the ladies Annodata teamThe sun shone and the team played brilliantly to secure another win.  The final score was 3 and 2 against China Fleet GCCongratulations to all the players caddie and to Meg and Penny as team captains

Ladies Cornwall vs Rest of the World

Picture Trudy Tremain (Captain Cornwall) Helen Lowe (Captain RoW) and Carole Waights (Ladies Captain)

40 ladies represented both Cornwall and the Rest Of The World in the annual betterball matchplay competition on the Holywell course.  After enjoying golf on a beautiful sunny day the ladies enjoyed the tradition of pasties in the clubhouse.The winners were Rest of the World 7 1/2 to 2 1/2 CornwallMany thanks to the captains Trudy and Helen and everyone who supported the event.

Ladies Annodata Match Play

Unfortunately the ladies 2nd Annodata team were unable to beat Perranporth at St Enodoc last Sunday.  Thanks go to the players Kath Biddle, Jan Harrison, Caroline Hume-Kendall, Sarah Sandercock, Suzie Willmott for playing so well.   The team started very well but succumbed on the back 9 with the challenge of giving so many shots which took its toll.  Thanks also to the caddies and all the supporters.

Hole in 1 for Wendy Briggs

l to r above: Avril Starling, Maria Buckley, Wendy Briggs and Jan Harrison

Playing yesterday on the Church Course Wendy Briggs made a rare hole in 1 on the 5th hole. Wendy used a 6 iron for this great shot.

St Enodoc Ladies at the London Marathon

Top: Sam (number 17622) on Tower Bridge, Alice (number 8526) also on Tower Bridge. Bottom: Sam celebrates with a coffee at the finish.

Two St Enodoc Ladies competed last weekend in the London Marathon, Sam Stone a popular member of staff and Alice Gargan a Country Member and daughter of our President. Sam was running for the British Heart Foundation and raised over £3000 much of it from St Enodoc Members. Alice finished in 3hrs 58 mins, whilst Sam beat her previous best by 20 minutes finishing in 4hrs 00 secs.

Well done Alice ! Well done Sam !

Kira displays her trophy haul

Ladies enjoy a successful Championship week

Kira Barnes receives the Championship Trophy from the County Captain Vicki Lee-Comyn

Results of St Enodoc ladies from the 2023 CLCGA Championships:Lady Champion – Kira BarnesBest Gross (over 55) runner up – Jan HarrisonUnder 23 best gross –  Kira BarnesAM Gross – Kira BarnesAshton Bowl (lowest gross of the day) – Kira Barnes 72Losing Quarter Finalists – Caroline Hume Kendall and Jan Harrison.Western Morning News (Team Trophy)Winners Perranporth 667Runners Up St Enodoc 669Falmouth 729At the presentation the Cornwall Captain announced her squad for County Match Week which included 4 St Enodoc Ladies – Kira Barnes, Caroline Hume Kendall, Jan Harrison and Cath Hopkins.Congratulations to Kira and to all the ladies for competing in the Championships and also for being picked to represent the County. Kira becomes the first St Enodoc lady to win the County Championship in 21 years following the success of Sarah Sanderson in 2002.My thanks go to all the supporters and to the caddies for their hard work over the last 4 days.

Carole Waights – Ladies Captain

 

Kira Barnes wins 2023 Cornwall Ladies Championship. Congratulations Kira ! More to follow from West Cornwall, carrier pigeon is awaited.

Cornwall Ladies Championships

CLCGA Championship

Seven St Enodoc ladies (Kira Barnes, Wendy Briggs, Maria Buckley, Jan Harrison, Cath Hopkins, Caroline HK, Bev Vann) teed up on a wet and windy Thursday to compete in this year’s County Championship.  36 holes later Kira Barnes,  Caroline HK and Jan Harrison had qualified into the match play stage of the Championship with Cath Hopkins and Wendy Briggs qualifying for the Plate.  Friday’s weather was little better with high winds making West Cornwall a challenge.  Kira, Jan, Cath and Caroline won their first round of match play in the morning.  After the pm session we had Kira and Cath going into the semi finals.Saturday was a much better day, gentle breeze and sunshine. Cath was unfortunately knocked out on the 17th but Kira won and goes through to the final to be played on Sunday (36 holes match play).Well done to everyone who competed, thanks also to the caddies who managed to keep themselves and their players dry, it couldn’t be done without you.

Strong showing by St Enodoc Ladies at the County Championships

Five of our ladies have made it through to the Match Play stages of the County Championships starting this morning at West Cornwall GC. Good luck to Kira Barnes, Caroline HK & Jan Harrison who play in the Championships and to Wendy Briggs & Cath Hopkins who play in the Plate. The top 16 players from the qualifying competition play in the Championships and the second 16 in the plate.

Ladies Spring Meeting

The Ladies annual Spring Meeting was held on both courses in sunshine on Tuesday. This was the first time in 4 years that the competition, food and presentation had been held due to Covid.  It was a fun format of a scramble drive, 2 scores to count, playing from the silver tees on the Church and from the blues on 2 holes on the Holywell. Following the competition everyone enjoyed Pimms, soup and sandwiches.
The winners on the Church were Cath Hopkins, Jane Bendall and Anne Mayne and winners on the Holywell were Beth Elliott, Judy Cole and Jean Nichols.
Thank you to everyone who took part, to Trudy Tremain and Dill Buchanan for the lovely prizes and to Heather and her team for excellent food and service.
Carole Waights
Ladies Captain

Daily Mail Foursomes Success

Penny Moon and Judith Franks came through the first round of the Daily Mail Foursomes successfully beating The Point at Polzeath away at the Point on the 15th hole. Congratulations to Penny and Judith.

Ladies

The St Enodoc ladies 2022 Gammon Team had a resounding win yesterday against East Devon GC in the Tamar Trophy winning 6 and 1.

At last the clouds and drizzle that has hung over Cornwall for the last 5 days lifted to leave a reasonably calm day for St Enodoc to host the Tamar Trophy (winners of the scratch league in both Cornwall and Devon). The team of Kira Barnes (caddy Louis Archer); Wendy Briggs (caddy Trudie Tensjo); Caroline Hume-Kendall (caddy Fiona Lunt); Cath Hopkins (caddy Sarah Sandercock); Jan Harrison (caddy Avril Starling); Suzie Willmott (caddy Barbara Willmott); Bev Vann (caddy Sue Roworth) set off very determined to keep the Trophy this side of the Tamar. By the 9th everyone was either up or all square, “the loop” had its usual effect and put most of the St Enodoc players in a commanding position. All the matches were played in good spirits and it was a pleasure to play East Devon GC.

Thanks go to all the players and caddies who were an excellent team. Thanks also go to the several dozen supporters who spurred the team on, the greens team for the presentation of the course and finally to the staff in the clubhouse who looked after us with an excellent meal.

Ladies Competition Results

Congratulations to Penny Moon and Judith Franks on winning the Ladies Winter Foursomes. It has been quite difficult getting all the rounds in on time this year due to the frosty weather and course closures. Penny and Judith now go on to represent St Enodoc in the Daily Mail Foursomes competition and we wish them good luck. Commiserations to Meg Godfrey and Jax Buse who were runners up.

Le Marchant Cup

The finalists: L Caroline H-K and R Trudy Tremain

The final of the Le Marchant Knockout Cup was played on Monday 29th November in very windy conditions. Congratulations to the finalists Caroline Hume-Kendall and Trudy Tremain. On this occasion Caroline took the honours and the cup, well done Caroline.