Our Team 2019-01-15T15:47:55+00:00

Our Team

David Barker

LSGC Honorary Secretary

Appointed in 1982, David is the second Secretary in the Club’s history.

In private practice for most of his professional life in his late father’s Newcastle -under-Lyme firm – Cuthbert Barker, David retired from active legal practice in 2004 and in 2007 celebrated 25 years as Hon. Secretary of the Club

Tricia Gee

LSGC Assistant Secretary

Professionally qualified as a Graphic Designer, Tricia also works as a UK Tour Manager with a national holiday company.

With the evolution of modern technology, is happy to work with David to maintain the administration for all the LSGC activities.

Nic Stones

LSGC President

Nic joined the LSGC in 1970 following his father, Jimmy, who had been one of the founder members. He has been a regular attendee at meetings and matches ever since, playing his first international match for Jersey against LSGC in 1972. He was captain in 1986/7 and during that year played in all but one of the matches, both domestic and international, including the Dutch match where Nic went on to Captain LSGC side for 20 consecutive years. Although no longer living in UK, he is still to be seen, sporting a touch of pink, at meetings and some matches. Nic became the club’s second President in 2009 in succession to another founder member, Pat Hill.

Brian Sheridan

LSGC Captain – 2018/2019

Brian has been a member of the LSGC for over 30 years and whilst he has played in many matches, he has a particular fondness for the matches against the Breman & Munich Bar and the Northern Ireland solicitors. Having never been to Germany before LSGC, he has now visited it on 16 occasions. Travel, another good reason to be a member of the LSGC. Brian qualified in 1974 but after a career in crime has now retired and plans to spend more time on the course and at the bar!

John Slater

LSGC Vice-Captain – 2018/2019

John qualified as a solicitor in the 1970’s. After a short spell in private practice, he has spent his career working in business. Initially in the oil industry and then the defence electronics industry, he has spent the majority of his working life in the pharmaceuticals industry in both legal and non-legal roles.
On becoming too old to play rugby he took up golf in his 40’s. He is a member of West Hill GC and St.Enodoc GC. By chance he discovered the Law Society Golf Club on the internet a number of years ago and testifies to what a great discovery it has been!