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Gazette team wins Premier’s Cup charity golf tournament

Two charities are set to share an estimated $14,000 raised from a charity golf tournament that was won by a team from The Royal Gazette yesterday.The Royal Gazette team consisting of Jaime Cann, Greg Covey, Greg Cody and Bob Legere. The team’s nominated charities were the Junior Golf Association and the Coalition for the Protection of Children.

Teams taking part in the Premier’s Cup Charity Golf Tournament paid $1,000 to play, with the winning team picking the charities to benefit from the proceeds.

Bermuda CableVision hosted the shotgun tournament at Port Royal Golf Course, which was eventually won by

Other teams who took part in the competition included one headed by Premier Craig Cannonier, and teams representing Bermuda Telephone Company, CellOne, Link Bermuda, Island Construction, Digicel Bermuda and DeFontes Broadcasting Company.

Winners: Premier Craig Cannonier, centre, with the winning team of the Premier's Cup Charity Golf Tournament, which was held yesterday at Port Royal Golf Course. The winning team, seen holding trophies, was The Royal Gazette's squad of Jaime Cann, Greg Covey, Greg Cody and Bob Legere. Also pictured are tournament host CableVision's Rollin Nathan, far left, and Terry Roberson, far right.

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Published June 20, 2013 at 9:00 am (Updated June 20, 2013 at 12:05 am)

Gazette team wins Premier’s Cup charity golf tournament

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