Thirteen-year-old 13-handicapper Alistair Houldsworth scored his first hole in one at Keighley's par-three 14th on Friday.

The talented youngster, who has been playing golf for two years, said he was shaking as he and his friends watched his five-iron shot bounce once before disappearing down the hole.

Alistair is a member of a golf-mad family, with dad Ian and older brother Liam both playing at Keighley Golf Club. Liam, 17, who plays off three handicap, scored a two on the same hole the following day on his way to winning the April Medal. But Ian, who plays off three, let the side down with a seven.

A talented footballer as well as golfer, Alistair is having final trials with Halifax Town and Oldham.

n Sponsors and entries are still being sought for the charity golf day being held at Keighley Golf Club in aid of Manorlands on September 8. Entry is £100 per team of four. Contact Chris or Les on 01535 606320 for details or to register.

Branshaw - Jubilee Trophy: 1 Adrian Greenwood, Terry Long, Graham Webber and Mark Lansdall 144pts; 2 Jerry Turner, Chris Lonsdale, Brian Witney and Mick Anderson 143pts; 3 Alec Leeming, Mick Narey, Norman Bairstow and Jimmy Brown 140pts.

Keighley - April Medal, 1st Division: 1 L Houldsworth 70-5-65, 2 P Donaldson 75-7-68, 3 R Mitchell 73-5-68; 2nd Division: 1 G Gill 75-13-62, 2 I Fyffe 80-16-64, 3 D Hoyle 81-15-64; 3rd Division: 1 L Sagar 95-28-67, 2 J Longbottom 89-20-69, 3 C Clough 97-27-70.

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