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    Autumn Maintenance
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    A Team v Broadway Home 02.09.2017
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    B Team v Broadway Away 02.09.2017
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    B Team Match v Broadway 26.08.2017
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    A Team Match v Broadway 26.08.2017
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    B Team v Lydney 19.08.2017
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    A Team v Lydney Away 19.08.2017
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    25th Anniversary Celebrations
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    B Team v Gloucester at Home 05.08.2017
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    A Team v Gloucester Away 05.08.2017
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    L&L Installations Ryder Cup
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    A Team v Brickhampton 22.07.2017
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    B Team v Brickhampton 22.07.2017
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    Golfers Raise 9K at Captain's Day
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    Gloucestershire Junior Championship
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    A Team v Forest of Dean 08.07.17
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    B Team v Forest of Dean
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    Puckrup Hall Golf Club Mixed Open
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    Junior's v Bewdley Pines 18.06.17
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    A Team v Lydney 10.06.2017
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    B Team Match at Lydney
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    Ladies Friendly Match v Brickhampton 10.06.2017

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  • Captain's Charity 2017

    The Club Captain, Phil Schiaffino, and Ladies’ Captain, Ros Fenney, have decided that they will have a joint Charity in 2017.

    bigpicPhil gave his reasons for choosing Sue Ryder Leckhampton Court:-

    ‘I have seen much suffering, heartache and pain first hand in my life, from losing my step father when I was just 16, to as recently as last year when I lost my dear and close friend Bill Power (Club Captain 2013).

    Although neither were directly involved with the Sue Ryder Hospice, I have recognised and appreciated first hand what an amazing job all involved with the charity do for other people. On a recent visit to Leckhampton Hospice I was privileged to witness how selflessly all the nursing staff, management and directors commit themselves to each and every patient taken under their wing.

    They are cared for with such compassion and dignity. This is not just a job but something they all find hugely rewarding. It really was a day I will always remember and one which I am not embarrassed to admit, brought me to tears. Listening to some of the amazing stories the director, Elise Hoadley, and male nurse, Neil Annis, shared with me was very moving.

    I have heard many stories from various friends and fellow golf members about how they have been touched by the professionalism in which their own dear ones have been treated whilst in the care of the staff and nurses at Sue Ryder. Taking all this into account has only strengthened my decision to support such a worthy charity as this.’

    Ros Fenney said:-

    ‘Phil and I spent a morning at the hospice in November, a very emotional and humbling experience and one I will never forget. The care and support given to patients and their families is very special.’