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Golfers swing their way to first place in first charity golf day at Gedney Hill Golf Club

A team called The Paperboys took the spoils in the first charity golf day at Gedney Hill Golf Club in aid of St Barnabas Hospice.

Sixteen teams of four took to the fairways in the sunshine to raise around £650 for the cause.

After a close-fought fight, The Paperboys saw off the challenge of Marham Eagles and Lord Lucan to win the 18-hole event.



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