Ladies Get Set For 2008

THE Northumberland Ladies County Golf Association have been reflecting on a highly successful 2007 at their annual meeting at The Brandling, Gosforth Park - and getting set for the new season.

THE Northumberland Ladies County Golf Association have been reflecting on a highly successful 2007 at their annual meeting at The Brandling, Gosforth Park - and getting set for the new season.

Chief among the preparations for 2008 was outgoing captain Carol Ramsay handing over the reins to Lucy Newton.

Lucy is a member of Matfen Hall Golf Club and has represented Northumberland many times.

In addition to being captain, Lucy also holds the position of team manager - a role that covers team selection, squad coaching, arranging practice matches and so on.

The role of captain is always a busy one, however, added to all the usual duties this year, Northumberland ladies will be hosting County Match Week at Arcot Hall - with full details on the build-up plus post-event reports in Golf North East.

Lucy has chosen Angela Rumney of Parklands Golf Club, as her vice captain. As well as being champion of Parklands, Angela has also represented the county many times.

The NLCGA wishes success to both Lucy and Angela in their new roles.

The Northumberland Ladies County Golf Executive Members are:

OFFICIALS

President - Fiona McConnell (Bamburgh), Captain - Lucy Newton (Matfen Hall), Vice Captain - Angela Rumney (Parklands),Hon Sec - Sue Gowens (Arcot Hall), Hon Treasurer - Eleanor Allan (Arcot Hall), Hon Competition Sec - Pat Titterington (Arcot Hall),Hon Assistant Sec - Audrey Henderson (Whitley Bay), Handicap Adviser - Heather Stonebank (Parklands), Junior Organiser - Doreen Swinburne (Arcot Hall).

EXECUTIVE MEMBERS

Christine Fitzgerald (Whitley Bay), Ann Camozzi (Dunstanburgh), Wendy Franklin (Bedlingtonshire),Yvonne Steane (Gosforth), Liz Barnett ( Close House), Irene Noble (Prudhoe).

 

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