Pillana's victory remedy
FOUR players stood out amid blustery conditions during Grimsby Golf Club's Navy Cup – but doctor Pillana Suresh-Babu lifted the trophy.
The par competition against the course was made tougher for the 110 male entrants by the windy weather – club selection was difficult to judge.
Of the four top performing golfers, who shot par or better, Suresh-Babu took first prize – ahead of runner-up Clive Jenkins, Alan Peacock in third and Vince Pederson in fourth.
Meanwhile, Jane Peacock's Lady Captain's Day attracted a 50-plus strong field for a Stableford.
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The overall winner on the day was vice-captain Jacquie Maconachie.
In the silver division, Debbie Davison finished first. Diane Coutts came second.
In the bronze division, Trudie Owen took top spot ahead of runner-up Shirley Burton.
Jill Vincent won the nine-hole competition.
Janice Beardsley won a chipping competition. The closest to the line on the first fairway winner was Doreen Tuplin.
The nearest the pin prize on the 6th went to Fran Warner.
The Grannies Cup competition, meanwhile, was won by Vanessa Drewery.
Second in the medal event, which attracted 28 players, was Clare Coutts.
The non-grannies also played a medal competition.
Isobel Gouldsbra won this event. Annette Paddison came second.