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2022  Runners Up:
Rochford Hundred

2022 Winners:
Stock Brook CC

Jubilee Cup

Congratulations to Jubilee Cup Champions
Stock Brook Manor G&CC defeating Rochford Hundred on 2 October 2022

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Rochford Hundred the 2022 runners up

The Finals day for the Jubilee Cup 2022 Final was, as always, hotly contested, and gloriously hosted by Colne Valley Golf Club -  our full thanks got to Tom, Sharon, and the Colne Valley crew for a fantastic event, and all their help in arranging and hosting.

Team photos below for Rochford Hundred  ( in blue) and Stock Brook (in Black)

Stock Brook Manor G&CC

A great day was had at Colne Valley Golf Club where we held the final events to deliver a fantastic Jubilee Cup 2022 Final. CVGC was in excellent condition, following the invite to host from Tom Smith and Sharon Patmore at the club, which we gladly accepted. Our thanks also go to a wonderful alternative offer from Canons Brook GC near Harlow, where a clash of dates meant we just could not host the 2022 Final. Despite the lateness of the year, both an early tee time, and fantastically blue skies, greeted the teams as the tucked into pre-match coffee and bacon rolls, and preparing themselves for the battle ahead.

Having won through from some terse Semi Final matches, both competitors, Stock Brook Manor and Rochford Hundred, were no strangers to the latter stages of the competition – with SBM also having been Champions back in 2006.

Almost immediately a flurry of red (representing SBM) started to spread through the mobile scoreboards roving around the course, catching the latest results. However we have often been here before, and it does not take much to turn the tide, and at around the third way through the match, green shoots of promise has started to come through as Rochford’s Captain, Levi Upton, become three up, and Albert Smith 2 up through five holes. Hole-wise, however, Nigel Cole’s SBM team the points were with the ultimate winners being 5 matches up. Only one match hung in the balance, between Adrian Jones and Ian Maher remaining All Square after four holes.

And unusually the slight dominance from the ultimate winners did continue to deepen as the matches continued, despite the first winning point for SBM soon being followed by another big winning margin by the Rochford captain. It was to be an uphill battle, that ultimately Levi Upton’s Rochford team just could not pull back.

Eventual and final result, 7 & 2, to Nigel Cole and his 2022 Jubilee Cup winning team Stock Brook Manor G&CC.

With the match, and the 2022 season, over, it just left us to have a delicious meal supplied by Colne Valley, and some very magnanimous speeches from the two Captains and their teams, before our Chairman went on to present all participants with their trophies, and ultimately awarding Nigel and his team the Jubilee Cup Trophy for 2022.


The final position for the “road to winning” can be seen here and below

Jubilee Cup Order Of Merit Final Positions

All Singles and Pairs player results are showcased on the Order of Merit tables within our website, and as we watched the Finals at Colne Valley there were still many competing players who could gain position and award based upon a positive result – and even some that could place even by not being part of either of the finalist teams.

The Singles OOM was decided on the day, with two Stock Brook Manor players positioned for the top spot. Both players won their matches against Rochford Hundred, confirming Darren Booty (pictured below in a black top) as Runner Up, and with a totally undefeated winner throughout the entire competition taking the Winning trophy. Graham Page, pictures below in the white top, receiving trophy for our suited Chairman Phil Redhead. We won’t repeat here what Darren said upon finding out his team mate Graham had one..but you can guess in our friendly spirit of Jubilee Cup competitiveness!

Stock Brook Manor's, Graham Page, totally undefeated winner of the singles OOM title throughout the entire competition taking the Winning trophy, (left picture), and the runner up Darren Booty (right picture), receiving their trophies from our suited Chairman Phil Redhead.

A very different position with the Doubles/4BBB Order of Merit. The top two spots were largely sewn up by the end of the Quarter Finals (never mind the Semis or actual Final!). A further winning point from Rochford’s Colin Fletcher saw him secure Third place. However, a superior hole difference on 5 winning points meant that Upminster’s Daniel Conway became our 4BBB OoM Runner up. With 6 winning points (and so undefeated in the matches he played), Woolston Manor’s Mo Patel took the top spot, after consistent appearances in previous Jubilee Cups.   I am hoping to have both achievers represented here in due course, as their Home clubs will be presenting their trophies in due course  well done to all competitors, all of which are listed on our website, and on one page you can see how you all did within your own clubs..just for bragging rights of course!

Here below is the Pairs Order of Merit Runner up  Daniel Conway  

TThank you to all competing clubs and all your players – your feedback has been gratefully received this year, and from Neil, Alan, Christer and myself, we wish to thank you for all playing in the spirit that we try and uphold.   You will all be aware now that there will be a changing of the guard on the Committee for 2023. I am pleased however that we have some initial volunteers seeking to support a newly refreshed Committee, and so I am confident that the competition will continue for the enjoyment of all Essex golfers.

2022 Semi finals

Thanks to our host clubs Crondon Park Golf Club and Rochford Hundred Golf Club for offering up their courses to hold these key matches – which saw both The Essex   and Crondon Park, fall by the wayside to our finalists.

Semi-Final 1 – Rochford Hundred defeated The Essex, 5.5 & 3.5

Semi-Final 2 – Stock Brook Manor defeated Crondon Park, 5 & 4

Both matches were very closely contested, and for the majority of the matches the trend was either the reverse of the final scoring or indeed tightly compacted.


Photos here show the teams that did not make it through to the final

Crondon Park

The Essex

Full results shown down to individual match levels on our website, and proved key for Order of Merit final results also to singles and pairs players

2022 Winning Captain Nigel Cole, from Stock Brook Manor (on left) holding aloft the Jubilee Cup trophy, with Jubilee Chairman Phil Redhead (on right)

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