The Seniors took on Lincolnshire Seniors at Gog Magog last week in an eagerly awaited league match.
In the first match Terry Ryan and Bob Setchell lost 3&2 against Toyne and Wharton. In the second game Neil Hughes and Kevin Diss took on Tim Seaton and James Lee. This was a game for golf historians with ex Cambridgeshire stalwart Tim Seaton, who now represents Lincolnshire. There was a combined 75 years of county representative golf for Cambridgeshire in this game. The golf did not disappoint with birdies shared at the 1st and 4th but regulation golf over the closing three holes resulted in a 2 up win for Cambridgeshire. Bill Rusted and Keith Moore were in dominant form again and won 4&3 against Cullington and Trestrail.
Graham Goodman and John Yuill played par golf and beat Skinns and Keen 2&1. Jeremy Baldwin and David Hayns then beat Lee and Dewhurst 2&1.
CAGU led the Anglia league foursomes 4-1 and led the Midland league 4-2.
The brave Bob Setchell went out first and lost 7&6 against Wharton ,who was 5 under par through the holes played. David Hayns beat the current Midland Seniors OOM leader Toyne 2&1.
Kevin Diss started with birdies at the 1st, 4th and 6th to gain a 4 hole lead. Lee then birdied the 9th. Diss birdied the 10th ,eagled the 11th and birdied the 12th to close out the match 7&6. Impressive or what!
Keith Moore won the next match on the 18th 1up against Cullington. Losses followed for CAGU narrowly 1 down for Rusted and Yuill. An inform Lincs captain putted well and beat Jeremy Baldwin 2&1. Graham Goodman started with a birdie on the 1st hole and on the 7th and never looked back and won 5&4 against Dowhurst.
Neil Hughes completed the win for CAGU with a 2&1 victory against Keen. Hughes went 2 up at the 12th hole and then he birdied 13th to go 3 up. Steady pars to the 17th saw Hughes win 2&1. Ian Robinson closed out Pauley 4&2 for CAGU to win the Midland league game.
The afternoon singles went CAGU’s way 5.5 -4.5 and the final score was a 9.5- 5.5 win in the Anglia league and a 10.5 – 7.5 victory in the Midland League.