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● Scrambled - Malcolm presents Fedrigoni A with the morning’s trophy


● Prizes - Fred Haines (above) and Malcolm Naish (right) with Special Thoughts


● Individial winner - Neil Hirst with editor Tracey Bearton


Lema Publishing MD Malcolm Naish, Joan Naish, Karen McCracken and William McCracken. A monster shot that Tiger Woods would have been


proud of earned Jarle Tatt, of The Noel Tatt Group, the Longest Drive prize while both Nearest The Pin trophies went to Celloglas thanks to Matt Hodgson and Gavin Hall.


On a serious note, Enveco’s John Jones explained about his teammate from previous years, Paul Curedale- Rayner, of Real And Exciting Designs, who tragically died from cancer in February aged just 38. Donations over dinner garnered £350 for the Arthur Rank Hospice Charity, in Cambridge, where Paul was cared for before his untimely death. Event organiser Malcolm said: “With some lovely trophies and bottles of wine for the second and thirthird places and players, the presentation dinner was


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completed by 10 o’clock from where we all retired to the bar until the early hours for some essential networking and team building!”


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a wandering trophy and phone pictures, GCA pr Bill Greeno was hoping to keep hold of his prize for a little longer than the end of the presentations this time, but felt a bit of a lemon after discovering the crystal trophy had been last seen heading towards the bar. Next year is the 10th anniversary event which will be even bigger and better – planning starts now, sow, so keep the second week in June free!


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Following shenanigans at last year’s event involving resident for a


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● Now you see it - Paperlink with their team prize, and Bill feels a lemon for losing it!


● No whining about coming second - Cardgains with their runners-up bottles


● Nearest and dearest - Matt Hodgson and Gavin Hall


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