Golf day a resounding success
By Bob Wray
The football club held its fourth annual golf tournament on Friday, June 6 at the Cleadon Hills course of the South Shields Golf Club, which was a most successful day in all respects.
The weather was absolutely glorious, and a record entry of 80 golfers in 20 teams all greatly enjoyed a super day’s competition, and it was the best event of its kind held to date by the club.
Following a meal and presentation of cash prizes and winners photographs, a raffle was held in which almost 30 prizes were on offer.
Special thanks was warmly extended in appreciation to all entrants for their support for the event, and for all donated raffle prizes.
Particular thanks also goes to the tournament organisers, especially SSFC manager Jon King, golf club stalwart Chris Smith (and brother of Len of SSAFC) and SSFC club committee members David Fall, Gary Crutwell and Bob Wray.
Also to the golf club committee, catering and bar staff for all greatly appreciated assistance, and to all concerned in helping to make this event such an outstanding success, very well done and a most sincere thank you.
The club hopes to hold another tournament in late August/early September at Cleadon to close the golf summer season, and details will be announced in due course.
An additional cash prize for the England vs Honduras World Cup friendly fixture result on Saturday evening was won by Wayne Miller, with sincere thanks again to all for their support.
Tickets for the football club’s fourth Annual River Tyne ‘Booze Cruise’ ferry trip up to the Millennium Bridge, to be held on Saturday, August 2, will be available very soon, with details to follow.