Winners

 

The Club offers their congratulations to the following winners of our domestic competitions for 2017.  Presentations to the winners by President Brian Vernon

 

SIMMONS  CHAMPIONSHIP

(Men’s Singles Champion)

Winner
  • D Critchley
Runner-Up
  • J Westlake
 

 

JACK VANSTONE CUP    

(Ladies Singles Champion)

Winner
  • K Mansell
Runner-Up
  • V Kirkland
 

 

LADIES PAIRS    

Winners
  • S Hearne
  • S Morrish
Runners-Up
  • M Luxton
  • J King
 

 

EDGECUMBE  PAIRS

Winners
  • D Critchley
  • C Hutchings
Runners-Up
  • R Pedrick
  • T Hunt
 

 

MIXED  PAIRS

Winners
  • S Hearne
  • B Vernon
Runners-Up
  • V Kirkland
  • J Pellow
 

 

OVER  60s  CUP

Winner
  • R Pedrick
Runner-Up
  • J Boyce

 

HUTCHINGS  HANDICAP

Winner
  • T Hunt
Runner-Up
  • C Hutchings

 

LADIES HANDICAP     

Winner
  • V Kirkland
Runner-Up
  • M Luxton

 

NON WINNERS  CUP

Winner
  • E Moriarty
Runner-Up
  • J Pellow

 

A J NEWCOMBE  CUP

Winner
  • A Mathias
Runner-Up
  • T Hunt

 

TILLY  2-WOOD

Winner
  • T Hunt
Runner-Up
  • C Hutchings

 

LADIES  2-WOOD

Winner
  • J Middleton
Runner-Up
  • A Hardwick
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BEN POOK MEMORIAL CUP

Winner
  •  
Unplayed this year due to rain

 

LEN JORDAN MIXED TRIPLES

Winners
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Runners-Up
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 To be played early next season

 

LADIES TRIPLES

Winners
  • S Hearne
  • K Mansell
  • V Kirkland
Runners-Up
  • S Hunt
  • A Hardwick
  • J King
 

 

MOST IMPROVED LADY PLAYER

Winner
  • M Jones

 

EXETER & DISTRICT TRIPLES LEAGUE SHIELD

Winners
  • Okehampton
  • Shield ‘A’ Team
The Club offers their congratulations to the Okehampton Shield ‘A’ Team for retaining the trophy for the third consecutive year.

 

EXETER & DISTRICT LADIES ’86 SHIELD’

.                                                            Okehampton                                                                                 

  Winners                                          .   Ladies Team

. The Club offers congratulations to the Okehampton Ladies for winning the Shield  for the first time in the club’s history