ON a bright and sunny Saturday nearly 40 Trefloyne members turned out for the Steve Derrick Trophy, played in Steve’s memory to raise money for Pembrokeshire Cancer Support.

And raise money it certainly did – this year, a grand total of £440.

As Marian Cooney-Dance from Pembrokeshire Cancer Support explained, this is a really significant amount for a local charity.

She went on to thank everyone who’d helped to make the event such a success – especially the organiser, Wendy Derrick seen here in pink presenting the cheque to Marian.

There are separate men’s and women’s trophies but it’s a truly mixed competition, with the overall winner simply being the player with the most stableford points.

A very healthy turnout returned some extremely good scores, and the award went to Derek Campbell, whose impressive 44 points gave him the overall win and the men’s trophy.

Runner-up in the men’s section was James Powell, coming home with a creditable 40 points. And he was closely followed by Simon Rogers, just one point behind.

Top of the ladies’ list and in overall 9th place was Jane Meyrick, with her excellent 36 points.

Hot on her heels were Jean Haig and Julie Llama, both with 35 points apiece, but with Jean just taking 2nd place on the back nine.

Everyone agreed that it was a great day and it’ll be back next year, with Wendy as determined as ever that it continues its upward trajectory and raises even more money.