Players Past and Present at Golf Day
Wednesday, 10th Oct 2012 08:46
Town players past and present are at Ufford Park near Woodbridge today for the club’s Golf Day.
Aaron Cresswell, Luke Chambers, Daryl Murphy and Ronan Murray are joined by the likes of Bryan Hamilton, Mick Mills, Micky Stockwell, Charlie Woods and Simon Milton, as well as current staff members Chris Hutchings, Sean McCarthy, Russell Osman, Bryan Klug and Mark Kennedy, in addition to fans and corporate customers. Manager Paul Jewell, who was on the winning team last year, misses out due to a family wedding.
TWTD is represented with Phil Ham making his inaugural appearance in a team set to bring up the rear also featuring ex-Blues midfielder Jason Dozzell, former Ipswich Witches sponsorship coordinator Horry Money and Tom Huntley.
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