Golfers club together in dementia unit drive

Galashiels Rotarians held their annual sponsored team golf competition for the New Millennium Quaich Trophy over the Torwoodlee course.'Nineteen teams of four took part, realising about �1,000 for local charities ' but the main beneficiary will be the Play for Life project at Borders General Hospital dementia unit.'Rotary club president Steven Henderson presented the prizes to the winners, Liam's Warriors ' Liam Gillie, Greg Swinton, Simon Fairburn and Jamie Green.' The photograph shows, from left, Simon Fairburn, Liam Gillie, Jamie Green and Steven Henderson.
Galashiels Rotarians held their annual sponsored team golf competition for the New Millennium Quaich Trophy over the Torwoodlee course.'Nineteen teams of four took part, realising about �1,000 for local charities ' but the main beneficiary will be the Play for Life project at Borders General Hospital dementia unit.'Rotary club president Steven Henderson presented the prizes to the winners, Liam's Warriors ' Liam Gillie, Greg Swinton, Simon Fairburn and Jamie Green.' The photograph shows, from left, Simon Fairburn, Liam Gillie, Jamie Green and Steven Henderson.

Galashiels Rotarians held their annual sponsored team golf competition for the New Millennium Quaich Trophy over the Torwoodlee course.

Nineteen teams of four took part, realising about £1,000 for local charities – but the main beneficiary will be the Play for Life project at Borders General Hospital dementia unit.

Rotary club president Steven Henderson presented the prizes to the winners, Liam’s Warriors – Liam Gillie, Greg Swinton, Simon Fairburn and Jamie Green.

z The photograph shows, from left, Simon Fairburn, Liam Gillie, Jamie Green and Steven Henderson.