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Brothers line up as rival club captains

PUBLISHED: 15:07 01 March 2017 | UPDATED: 15:07 01 March 2017

Great Yarmouth and Caister and Gorleston Club Captains Alistair Low, left  and Stuart Low. Picture: David James.

Great Yarmouth and Caister and Gorleston Club Captains Alistair Low, left and Stuart Low. Picture: David James.

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The 2017 season kicked off at the weekend as the new club captain Stuart Low was joined by new ladies’ captain Vonnie Thornton, senior captain Tony Bushkes and junior captain Jack Butcher for the annual Captains’ Drive-in.

The 2017 Captains, left to right: Tony Bushkes, Vonnie Thornton, Jack Butcher and Stuart Low. Picture: David James.The 2017 Captains, left to right: Tony Bushkes, Vonnie Thornton, Jack Butcher and Stuart Low. Picture: David James.

A good-natured audience watched as Vonnie began with a drive of 152 yards, followed by Tony with 175. Jack struck 200 yards and Stuart rose to the occasion hitting a highly-respectable 176 yards.

New Great Yarmouth and Caister club captain is Stuart’s brother Alistair. With Stuart wearing his green jacket proudly, Alistair was there to support, wearing the Caister captain’s red jacket.

Stuart has selected two charities, SERV Norfolk, a charity run by volunteers that transports blood, plasma, platelets and urgent medical items and England and Wales Blind Golf.

Vonnie has elected to maintain the Gorleston Ladies’ support of the East Coast Hospice.

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