Hornets came away with the win against the Tigers 126 to 79.
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It might seem as if the Manchester Essex golf team’s season just started, with the end of the season already looming around the corner. That’s 13 matches in four weeks, an amazing feat for a sport that usually has to wrap up before there isn’t enough daylight to play near the end of October.
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