A charity golf day for the broadcast industry has raised £400 for First Touch, a charity that supports St George’s Hospital’s neonatal unit in London.

Six teams of golfers made up of figures from post-production, hire, recruitment, finance, OB and manufacturing firms were sponsored by Fineline Media Finance, Miranda Technologies, Tektronix, Sony, Panasonic and Wohler.

The Fineline team scooped the overall prize.

Individual winners were LipSync financial director Norman Merry and Deluxe Media Europe chief operating officer Lesley Marr.

Jack Rice of Caspian One took the longest drive prize and Laurie Reed of Hireworks was the recipient of the endurance prize.

Charity golf day

Charity golf event 2013

charity golf day

Charity golf day

Charity golf day

LipSync’s Norman Merry is presented with the winner’s prize by Lee Barnett of Caspian One.

Miranda’s Alan Henley presents Lesley Marr with a bottle of champagne.

Left to right: Sean Hughes (BBC), Jack Rice (Caspian One), Dave Gill (ES Broadcast) and Dave Dowling (Ross Video).

Left to right: Michael Herd (Sky), Adam Welsh (Big Pic Media), Paul Northam (Sky), Lee Ballinger (Tektronics).

Left to right: Michael groom (CVP), Nigel Booth (IPV), Peter Hampden (LipSync).