Hand it to Palmer as he shines in the sun


WINNING SMILES: From left,  Luke Aikenhead, Ollie Pantoja, Paul King Josh Lee, sponsor Darren Wood and Andy Palmer

A FULL field of teams, with reserves,  enjoyed  sub-tropical temperatures as the Manchester Alliance had a day in the sun at Bolton Old Links.

Young guns  Paul King, Luke Aikenhead and Josh Lee, from Ashton-on-Mersey, called the shots as they were led by professional Ollie Pantoja to an impressive  haul of 92 points.

But it needed a card play-off to deny Craig Corrigan (Chilli Dip) and his team comprising Mark Riley, Dan Crook and Paul Hesford.

A  point back were the home club team of Alan Schofield, Steve Jackson, Terry and Tony Chadwick.

Chorley’s Andy Palmer (Chorley) was top professional with with 41 points to deny  Graham Cox (Lymm) and Craig Corrigan who was able to close the big gap on Order of Merit leader Phil Archer (Poulton Park).

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