posted on February 17, 2016 09:15
Last evening the masters of the art of "skitteling" secured their first of many victories by beating Malvern 232 to 229.It was great to see Chris Mill return to active service although a little ring rusty.Roger Hunt was at his best leading the pack and registering 38 points. His normal fellow super star Terry Goode was below par carrying a back injury rumoured to have been caused by working too hard. This scurrilous rumour was quickly dismissed when the cause was attributed to the youthful sport of golf. Bob Morrison was on form with a maximum 9 regrettably not on the "beer round". His inclusion confirms the clubs policy of investing in Youth!! The up-to-date league position of third with three points means we will fail to qualify for a visit to Swindon by one point at best.(job done)
It was great to meet and socialise with our neighbours and our President, Tony Brook, in his thank you speech expressed his wish for the clubs to have more joint events a message not lost on our next President Alan Torbet. The Malvern Club then extended an invitation for us to enter a golf tournament on 13th May to be held at the Worcestershire Golf Course. Details from Tony.
I am still a few names short for our game with Worcester on 1st March at home.