King’s Lynn Golf Club captain Kwai Li with winners Fan Brown, Richard Brown, Bob Brown, Sally Bettinson and ladies captain Maggie Clarkson.

GOLF: Players from more than 20 clubs were involved in the annual King’s Lynn Captains’ Charity Am-Am Day.

Club captain Kwai Li’s chosen charity was The British Heart Foundation and ladies captain Maggie Clarkson’s charity was The Papworth Charity Trust.

Roger Williamson from The British Heart Foundation and Charlotte Davenport from The Papworth Charity Trust each gave a brief talk on how their charities will use the £6,450 raised at the event, which attracted 96 players.

Overall winners: were Fan Brown, Richard Brown, Sally Bettinson and Bob Brown, from the home club, winning on countback with 84 points.

First away winners were David Inglis, Jim Robertson, Graham Chamberlain, Sandy Watson, from Spalding with 81 points.

First home winners were: David Lawman, Anne Lawman, Richard Jessop, Tony Ralton with 84 points, two points clear of Lee O’Brien, Derek Wenner, David Bell and Barry Smith.

Nearest the pin awards were won by Ian Bix, Philip Gurr and Maria Grayston.

λ Adrian Horrod finished ahead of Dave Hardy to win Denver Golf Club’s Men’s Captains Day.

The winner of the Ladies Cup was Angela Draper with runner-up Tina Dennis. A record number of members entered both competitions with all money raised being donated to the chemotherapy treatment room at the Queen Elizabeth II hospital.

This year’s charity was nominated by captain George Lawrence.

Denver are running a quiz night today, 6.30pm.

λ Heacham Manor Golf Club’s annual mixed open competition saw a record 28 pairs from Heacham Manor and other clubs from across East Anglia and further afield compete.

The final results in the home club competition saw Steve Eadie and Anne Wells’ 44 points beaten into second place by Graham and Julie Reeves, who scored an impressive 46 points.

The scores for the visiting teams competition resulted in an even tighter competition with the top two teams tied on 47 stableford points.

Runners-up on countback were Brian Hall. from Nene Park. and Christine Skelton from. Elton Furze, but winning the competition and also collecting the overall winners’ crystal bowl were Sean and Caroline Kelly from Royal Cromer.

A nearest the pin competition was won for the men on the 15th hole by Brian Hall and for the ladies on the 17th hole by Danni Stocker.

A nearest the line was won by Heacham Manor member Graham Gerrish.

λ Stephen Thompson returned in glory to win the Middleton Hall Golf Club Seniors Medal Winners Trophy.

Last September he came home with the lowest overall net score for the medal but was not entitled to be included in the trophy event.

This time, in a close competition, Thompson squeezed home by one shot from Chris Moore to take first place in both the Trophy competition and Division One of the monthly medal.

Third on countback was Jan Holmstedt with 72 points.

The Division Two award went to Andrew Keyse (68), ahead of Douglas Berwick (69) and Richard Bromley