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West Brom Open Day 3 Preview

There are more top quality fields assembled at West Brom this week. Elliot McGuinness of the George will know the green well, along with Steve Dicken. Martin Gaut of Wrockwardine Wood qualified at the Meole Brace Open last week, so will hope to make it a double. Paul Chamberlain and Rich Worthington of Stretton Anglesey make the trip down, while Nick Wyer of Dudley Dell is also there. There are other top names like Phil Lee, Spencer Clarke and former winner Russ Pegram there.

Into the afternoon and Clay Flattley of St Georges will also look to make it a double qualification. Dudley Dell have more competitors in Simon Homer and Jamie Wyer, so do Stretton in Conor Chamberlain and John Dewey. New M&B Cheslyn Hay signing Cliff Johnson is there, so is Dave Clarke of Tanworth In Arden and the George’s Matt Price. Josh and Chris Mordue are there, depending on how Josh does in the St Georges Open.

The full field is below:

Saturday 30 March – AM

Allan Parsons Chadsmoor
Spencer Clarke SJB
Robin Clarke SJB
Elliot McGuinness George
Paul Chamberlain Stretton
Rich Worthington Stretton
Russell Pegram Newport
Phil Lee Tixall
Paul Greene George
Nick Wyre Dudley Dell
Steve Dicken George
Joe Dicken George
Nigel Dicken George
Jeremy Muff Victoria Club, Homes Chapel
Martin Gaut Penn
Kirk Wright White Hart

Saturday 30 March – PM

Clay Flattley St Georges
Chris Mordue Pudsey
Josh Mordue Pudsey
Bradley Bayliss Stretton
Cliff Johnson M&B Cheslyn Hey
Simon Homer Dudley Dell
Jamie Wyer Dudley Dell
Conor Chamberlain Stretton
John Dewey Stretton
David G Williams Bradford Arms
Steve Combellack Bradford Arms
Graham Dulson Wem USC
Dave Clarke Tanworth
Nigel Ferrington Prince Of Wales
Matt Price George
Nigel Freeman Coseley Athletic

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