With a pleasantly large entry of seventy one members this competition was held on 24th April, on a bright sunny day but with a surprisingly cold and stiff breeze from the north east. The winner of the medal with a score of 96(34)62 was Liam Ramsay and in second place on a score of 86(21)65 was Robert ‘Tug’ Wilson. Third equal was a quartet (not musical) of Grant Gill on 85(18)67; Colin Robinson on 87(20)67; George Grant on 79(12)67 and Rory Monks on 93(26)67. In seventh equal place was Ian Wilkie on 94(26)68 and Gerald Beggs on 84(16)68. Prizes of £50 for first; £40 for second; £15 each for the players in third equal place and £5 each for the two players in seventh equal place were awarded. Only three players managed to score two’s at the nominated holes, these being Rodney Pow and Peter Henderson at the 7th, with Paul McVie being the only one to do so at the 18th. They received the generous sum of £12 each for their efforts. The entry fee was £3 per player, making a total of £213 from the seventy one entrants; and with £160 being paid out to the winners and £36 to the two’s winners, this left £17 for the contingency fund. We are grateful to the generosity of Les Miller Garage Services who have sponsored this competition for a number of years.