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150th Anniversary Golf Day

13 September 2012

Round-up from the Golf Day at The Nottinghamshire...

On Wednesday, Notts County Football Club teamed up with the Former Players Association to celebrate a 150th Anniversary Golf Day, sponsored by AAC Systems

For the Former Players Association the Golf Day is an annual get-together but to mark a significant year for the club, the event was extended. 

In addition to ex-players such as Phil Turner, Tommy Johnson, Don Masson and Les Bradd, current members of the Notts team took on the 18 holes at The Nottinghamshire, including first team manager Keith Curle, goalkeeping coach Kevin Pilkington and kit manager Steve Cross. 

On an enjoyable day for everyone involved, the club section of the event saw a team of Malcolm Voce, John Smalley, Richard Parsons and Mark Beal (Notts County Golf Society) scoop the top prize of an executive box package for eight people.

The full list of winners can be found below: 

1st – Malcolm Voce, John Smalley, Richard Parsons, Mark Beal.
2nd – Hedley Hill, D Jones, D Smedley, B Carlton
3rd – Brian Walton, Ben Armstrong, Alan Clack, Jamie Dixon
4th – John Slater, Tom Roberts, James Taylor, Andy Hoffman
 
The teams made up of former players and friends competed for the Arthur Mann Trophy, which was claimed by Tommy Johnson.

A team made up of Roy Brown, Neil Footitt, Mick Jones and Alan Tully scooped the team prize. 

The full list of NCFPA winners can be found below: 
 
INDIVIDUALS      
1st – Tommy Johnson
2nd – Brian Bates
3rd – Les Bradd

PAIRS
1st - Paul Mace & Darren Fletcher    
2nd Neil Footitt & Alan Tully               
3rd - Brian Bates & Terry Mundy       
 
TEAMS 
1st - Roy Brown, Neil Footitt, Mick Jones & Alan Tully                               
2nd - Paul Mace, Darren Fletcher, Mark Draper & Simon Bloor
3rd - Brian Bates, Terry Mundy, Dick Edwards & Phil Edwards                 

To find out more about the 150th celebrations, visit www.nottscountyfc150.co.uk.

For further details about the NCFPA, visit www.ncfpa.co.uk.

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