Club info, GJO

GRAMP come 6th in Jamie Stevenson Trophy

Katrina McLeod and Sasha Chepelin led the GRAMP challenge by winning their Green courses and there were some good backup performances by many others to contribute to GRAMPs total of 572:

Katrina Mcleod Green Girls 100
Sasha Chepelin Green Boys 100
Calum Mcleod Green Boys 96
Alex Lang Yellow Boys 93
Jack Gomersall Green Boys 93
Paul Caffyn Light Green Boys 90

Sadly not quite enough to knock Maroc off the top spot again this year, with GRAMP finishing in a respectable 6th place, but still a very “Well Done!” (in no particular order) to the whole GJO team: Maya Reynard, Josie Gomersall, Katrina McLeod, Sasha Chepelin, Calum McLeod, Jack Gomersall, Paul Caffyn, Struan Kirk, Lachlan Kirk, Keith Yardley and Alex Lang.

You can see all the results here – both individual and team results and also the run in times for the last control to the finish. (Stats mania!)

There’s a comment on the SOA website about various sponsors for the event, so the burning question is did anyone from GRAMP manage to win a Tunnocks Teacake?

Couple of photos which should enlarge if you click on them – there’s a promise of more if Carolyn remembers to give me a memory stick at Kingshill next week. First one is the traditional JS opening parade but what are they up to in the second?

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