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Golf: Longniddry have league title in grasp

  • by MARTIN DEMPSTER
 

LONGNIDDRY look set to be crowned as the East Lothian Winter Golf League champions for the first time since 1985.

It follows Chris Wood’s side winning 3-2 at Gullane to all but wrap up the title heading into the final round of matches.

Tantallon, who beat Haddington to consign them to relegation, are now the only side that can deny Longniddry.

But even a 5-0 win for them in their final game will not prove enough if Longniddry win a single match at home to Musselburgh.

Haddington will make the drop along with Glen, while Royal Musselburgh and North Berwick are the two clubs moving the opposite way next season.

North Berwick sealed promotion with a win at Gifford and have piled the pressure on Royal Musselburgh in the title race.

Division 1:

Tantallon 4, Haddington 1: No details reported.

Musselburgh 4, Glen 1: Kenny Wright and Scott Reid bt George Thomson and Alan Marshall 4 and 2; Cameron Marr and Keith Aitken bt Chris Timms and Barry Ford 6 and 4; Benn McLeod and Scott Cunningham lost to Jim Jack and Gary Reid 2 and 1; Ian Fyfe and Tom Cordery bt John McMorland and Russell Taylor 8 and 7; Dougie Burgess and Calum Burgess bt Innes Christie and Graeme McCann 3 and 1.

Gullane 2, Longniddry 3: Scott Walker and Simon Mackenzie lost to Niall Glen and Myles Cunningham one hole; Keith Millar and Murray Saunders lost to Kevin Girdler and David Porteous 5 and 4; Duncan Low and Stewart Menzies bt Chris Wood and Nick Aiken 2 and 1; Robert Jack and Mike Corrie bt Fraser Johnstone and Marc Owenson 3 and 2; Alan Smith and Lawrie Main lost to Graham Clarke and Michael Bacigalupo 5 and 4.

Division 2:

Gifford 1, North Berwick 4: Neil Brotherston and Phil Demarco lost to Mike Gray and Weston Main 3 and 2; Colin Thomson and Blair Shearer lost to George Cochrane and Gordon Milligan 4 and 3; Kevin Murphy and Jamie Martin bt John Duff and Ross Brydon one hole; Morris McEwan and Stephen Doctor lost to Horry Lawson and Craig Hardie 5 and 4; Steven Doyle and Bob Waddell lost to Torquil McInroy and Andrew Hinds 7 and 6.

Dunbar 4…, Musselburgh Old …: John Archibald and Graeme Reid bt Nathan Free amd Ewan Glen 6 and 5; Nick Henderson and Angus Massie bt Andrew Burnside and Colin Whoriskey 4 and 3; Michael Boddie and Gary Queen bt Kevin Wyllie and Keiron Blyth 5 and 4; Richard Dickinson and Brian Martin halved with Matthew Craigie and Paul Marshall; George Black and Wilson Morton bt Scott McFarlane and Keith Harris 3 and 2.

Castle Park …, Royal Musselburgh 4…: Graham Girvan and Darren Hunter lost to Craig Johnstone and Chris Ratcliffe 5 and 4; John Renton and Declan Curtis lost to Jamie Ramsay and Chris Mackie 6 and 4; Allan Muirhead and Jim Wilson lost to Gordon Millar and Stewart Watters two holes; Brian Thomson and David Connachan halved with Kenny Fee and Robert Cochrane; Duncan McNeil and Paul Knight lost to John Hall and Darren Fee 3 and 2. Juniors: Connor Wilson and Jamie Duguid bt Craig Cunningham and Cameron Johnstone one hole.

Whitekirk 1…, Kilspindie 3…: Guido Bicocchi and Craig Fulton lost to David Watters and Graeme White 2 and 1; Cam Murray and Ross Millar halved with Ross Colquhoun and George Gray; David Jeffrey and Jack Rogan lost to Cameron Gray and Martin Hay 5 and 4; Andy Ovens and Ian Jones bt Cameron Bourhill and Derek Naples 5 and 4; Ronnie McLean and George Ovens lost to Grant Robertson and Gary Porteous 4 and 3.

 

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