Former Gingerbreads boss triumphs in Grantham Town golf day

Pictured with Terry Bly's widow Glenda, the winning team are, from left - Gordon Huxtable, Ian Hales,  Lee Glover and Jim McBurney. Photo: Fardell Photography
Pictured with Terry Bly's widow Glenda, the winning team are, from left - Gordon Huxtable, Ian Hales, Lee Glover and Jim McBurney. Photo: Fardell Photography
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Grantham Town’s annual Terry Bly Memorial golf day was won by a former Gingerbreads manager.

Held at Belton Park Golf Club, the stableford Am-Am competition saw ex-Grantham Town boss Lee Glover’s team win with a score of 90. Also in Lee’s team were Jim McBurney, Ian Hales and Gordon Huxtable.

Gingerbreads physio Nigel Marshall’s team finished second on 88. The rest of the team were David Price, Steve Dickinson and Trevor Ireland.

Steve Glenn’s team scored 86 to take third on countback with Steve Hodgson, Kev Blow and Mo Khan. Fourth-placed Dale Maplethorpe’s team comprised Dean Revill, Neil Cleveland and Stewart Boylan.

Nearest the pin on the sixth hole was J. Marsden and Lorraine Robertson was closest on the 17th. Nearest the pin in two on the third was Stewart Boylan and closest on the 16th was Andy Cameron.

Pictured with Terry Bly’s widow Glenda, the winning team are, from left – Gordon Huxtable, Ian Hales, Lee Glover and Jim McBurney.