GLORIOUS weather has helped a group of Ashbourne golfers raise more than £2,280 for Leukaemia sufferers.
In total 23 teams of four people took part in the 16th Annual Mick Grundy Memorial competition at Ashbourne Golf Club.
The competition raised £2,280 for the Anthony Nolan Trust and brings the total raised at the annual event over the last 15 years for the bone-marrow charity to £34,100.
The winning team saw current and past Ashbourne members Duncan Sowter, Simon Griffiths, David Bainbridge and John Lambert post a winning score of 128, 14 under par was two clear of the field.
The best gross score of the day was claimed by a team of professionals Steve Astle and Nick Newbold alongside Craig Young of Ashbourne and Mark Porter of Chesterfield. Their gross score of 127 being 15 under par and six clear of their nearest rival.
Mick Grundy was a member of the Ashbourne golf club and played for the County first team on 50 occasions before losing his three-year battle with Leukaemia in May 1998, at the age of 29.