King’s Ely golfers win National ISGA Plate Finals

PUBLISHED: 07:30 12 July 2018

Golf academy success: David Harris, Tom Stiff and Paul Collington.

Golf academy success: David Harris, Tom Stiff and Paul Collington.

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The King’s Ely Golf Academy has been crowned the winner of the National Independent Schools Golf Association’s (ISGA) Plate Finals at Collingtree Park Golf Club.

The team – made up of King’s Ely Senior students David Harris and Tom Stiff, and King’s Ely Junior pupil Paul Collington – brought the silverware home with a team score of 115 points.

In May, Paul Collington and Ben Collier, both King’s Ely Junior pupils, competed at the ISGA Junior Stableford at Sunningdale Heath Golf Club.

Ben won the individual Net Prize on the day and the pair came second overall.

Weeks before, Paul won the Wellington College Silver Salver Team Nett Prize, and Ben won the Nett Division on the day.

Fellow golf academy member, Thomas Jackson, claimed second in the individual division.

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