Cameron Probert and Morgan Radziejowski (Burghill Valley) produced the lowest score in Round 2, 67, to take the Clee Salver, with Jon Houlston and Gary Turner (Telford) 4 shots back in second place.
Scott Harris and Mike Phillips (Oswestry/Bridgnorth) took the nett prize for the second year running.
There were 59 pairs competing in this year's event. Scoring in the morning was at a premium with only Jon Houlston and Gary Turner breaking par with a excellent score of 67 which included a run of 6 under through 7 holes from the 8th to the 14th. This gave them a 4 shot halfway lead over Ben Green/George Wall and Cameron Probert/Morgan Radziejowski.
In general, scoring in the afternoon was better with Cameron and Morgan posting the lowest score, matching the best score in the morning. The final result depended on Jon and Gary bettering Cameron and Morgans morning score of 71. Alas, it was not to be - Jon and Gary returned a 75.
There was a special guest presenting the Trophy and prizes this year, Roger Clee, Jeffrey Clee's son, who also regaled us with some anecdotes about hIs father.