DAVID Thomas and Theresa Healy were the two winners at Broome Manor’s annual captains’ day.

Both secured victory thanks to countback with Thomas carding a nett 66 and Healy shooting a nett 71.

Daniel Vizor was runner-up to Thomas in the men’s event with Jonathan Haines third with a nett 68.

Julie Pullen was second in the ladies’ competition with Sarah Carvell third courtesy of a nett 72.

Best gross score on the day was Yoshio Takeuchi’s three-under par 68 while Lee Robson won the sponsors’ stableford event with a 39 points.

The day was also topped off by a fantastic hole in one by Matthew Hibbs on the sixth hole.

This year’s captain Brendan O’Neill hosted the day which raised in excess of £5,000 for his chosen charity Uplands School.

O’Neill was delighted with how the day went, saying: “The day was aimed at giving a good sum of money to charity and repaying participants with a fun-packed day. The day started at 6.32am and we had 240 golfers taking part.

“The money will go to a new mini bus to help the children at Uplands School to have many great experiences and to improve their lives.

“I would just like to say thanks to everyone who helped and it was great to see and feel the great atmosphere around the golf club so many great moments and all for a worthy cause. It’s amazing what was achieved by everyone.”