To a crum - definition of To a crum by The Free Dictionary
To a crum
|with great exactness; completely.|
See also: Crumb
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Foursomes : M McLean (Selby) & R Andrew (Normanton) bt A Appleyard (Bradley Hall) & J Thompson (Meltham) 1 hole; R Ellam (Pontefract) & A Spawton (Pontefract) lost to A Crum
(Dewsbury) & T Jenkinson (Woodsome Hall) 1 hole; K Denton (Barnsley) & J Langbridge (Garforth) lost to S Minto (Hanging Heaton) & T Hill (Hanging Heaton) 1 hole; A Formstone (Selby) & T Barnes (Cookridge Hall) bt A Batty (Meltham) & S Priestley (West End) 3&2; A Broughton (Selby) & A Wainwright (Woolley Park) bt M Spink (West End) & S Sweeney (Halifax) 3&2; S Turner (Barnsley) & D Holmes (Pontefract) lost to S Bridges (West End) & M Colcombe (Longley Park) 6&4.
Foursomes: A Bates (Darlington) & A Inglis (Darlington) lost to to R Broadley (Bradley Hall) & E Oddy (Huddersfield) 4&3; R Palmer (Middlesbrough) & J Holmes (Middlesbrough) lost to A Crum
(Dewsbury) & A Battye (Meltham) 4&2; T Dorman (Middlesbrough Mun) & M Robinson (Middlesbrough) lost to T Garrett (Meltham) & J Thompson (Meltham) 1 hole; J Bagley (Richmond) & L Scarle (Richmond) bt A Appleyard (Bradley Hall) & S Priestley (West End) 6&4; L Calvert (Hartlepool) & C Tarren (Dinsdale Spa) bt R Stansfield (Hebden Bridge) & M Spink (Castlefields) 2 holes; B Rowntree (Barnard Castle) & J Broome (Hunley Hall) lost to C Hare (Bradley Hall) & S Minto (Hangiing Heaton) 1 hole.