Clitheroe’s Chris Stokes and Sophie Lamb won the 2012 Northern Foursomes at Hesketh when they beat Formby Ladies’ Fiona Anderson and Susan Mo by 3/1 in the final. Chris is the Clitheroe club president and the current Lancashire veterans’ champion, while 14-year-old Sophie trains with England Golf’s North Birdies Squad and represents the Lancashire B and junior teams. They are both taught by Clitheroe’s Jane Forrest – a former England coach – but this was the first time they had paired up together. The event was notable for very cold weather, strong gusts of winds and squally showers. Chris and Sophie had two hand warmers in each glove – and Catherine Roberts of Pleasington hit a superb five wood for her first hole in one in competition, when she would usually have taken a five iron. Semi-final results: Fiona Anderson & Susan Mo (Forrmby Ladies’) beat Anita McGill & Kate Fitzgerald (Formby Ladies’) 1 up Chris Stokes & Sophie Lamb (Clitheroe) beat Barbara Jamieson and Sara Spencer (Heswall) 4/3 Final Stokes & Lamb beat Anderson & Mo 3/1 25 Apr 2012 Clitheroe pair win Northern Foursomes
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RED BANK –The Red Bank Catholic Dance Company will perform a show especially dedicated to breast cancer awareness at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18 at the RBC Broad Street auditorium.The 2013/2014 RBC Dance Company at Marine Park in downtown Red Bank. Through dance and song, the performers will express the different stages of this terrible illness and the strength it takes to fight it. The show will guide the audience from the initial diagnosis, through the struggle of treatment and finally to the stage of receiving help and support from friends and family. The performance is meant to serve as a wake-up call for early detection and how it saves lives.The RBC Dance Company is an elite group of dancers selected each year for their technical and artistic dance skills. Dance Company performs during the year at dance festivals, benefit performances and main stage concerts.A suggested donation of $10 at the door is appreciated. Fifty percent of the proceeds will be donated to the Beauty Foundation, which assists breast cancer patients with the cost of wigs and reconstructive surgery.