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Golf: Delamere duo land crowning success.

THE Cheshire partnership of Susan Dye and Jackie Hesketh, from Delamere Forest Golf Club, won the Peugeot Ladies Golf Union Coronation Foursomes played over the Jubilee Course at St Andrews.

On a cool day of intermittent rain at the Scottish course for the 11 pairs who won regional tests to qualify for the Grand Final at the home of golf, Dye, who plays off three, and 18 handicapper Hesketh had the winning net score of 76 11/ 2 ). Dye and Hesketh, who won the regional eliminator at Portal Golf Club in June, qualify to play in next year's Weetabix British Women's Open pro-am at Royal Birkdale Golf Club.

Carol Bates and Alison Carse from the Fereneze club, Barrhead, were runners-up with a net score of 78.

Another Scottish pairing, Northern Counties team player Jenny Milne and Marion Thomson from the Elgin club, finished third with a net score of 81.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 5, 2004
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