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Brean Golf Club raises £3,500 for IJF in 29th annual tournament

Brean Golf Club raises £3,500 for IJF in 29th annual tournament

by IJF  |  14 Nov 2019

An impressive £3,500 was raised for charity at the 29th Annual Sports Celebrity Am tournament at Brean Golf Club on June 12th 2019.

25 teams took to the course, the first to be hosted in the new Brean Country Club building.

Each of the teams had high hopes of lifting the Tom Childs Memorial Trophy at the end of the day as well as supporting two worthy charities, The Injured Jockeys Fund and St Margaret’s Hospice.

Former Champion Jockey John Francome led the way alongside a couple of other former jockeys including 1987 Grand National winner Steve Knight and Jeff King.

The winners received their spoils at a presentation which followed a meal in the Country Club and both charities representatives addressed the room to thank the players and sponsors for their generous support over the years.

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