A disappointing two-over-par final round of 74 saw Matt Wallace have to settle for a tie for 30th after the Joburg Open came to a belated end today. While the title was effectively out of reach for the Moor Park Golf Club professional – eventual champion Shubhankar Sharma went into the final 18 holes on 20-under – Wallace would have been hoping for at least a top-10 finish when he started the protracted final 18 holes in a share of 12th on 10-under.
A severely depleted Bovingdon strengthened their grip on the Herts Senior County League summit by ending Belstone’s unbeaten start to their Premier Division season on a Saturday with a 2-0 victory. With 10 players unavailable for the trip to Radlett, boss Lee Bircham admitted he was hoping the game would be postponed.
It all looked to be going well for Kings Langley for the opening 35 minutes on Saturday. They led by one goal and were seemingly in control against Frome Town. But what followed was a collapse as Paul Hobbs’ men crashed to their worst defeat for almost six years as the visitors headed back to Somerset with a 7-2 victory.
@MarkyBunny Yep, was a scorcher. But was such a lovely evening I took a pretty long drive along the coast before thinking I'd better head for home. Could be wrong but seem to recall getting as far as Bognor! I was young and it was all a novelty back then...
@MarkyBunny No, that was the first match report I did for the WO that appeared in print. First league game I ever covered was start of 96/97 season away at Bournemouth back in the days when I started out at Hemel Gazette.
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