by the num­bers

Central and North Burnett Times - - SPORT -


The age of Bradley Fle­gler, the tour­na­ment’s youngest player. His 12-year-old brother Carl was also in the mix.


The num­ber of teams that didn’t lose a game all weekend. The Gayn­dah cham­pi­ons were even­tu­ally de­cided by a count­back.


The num­ber of teams that didn’t win a sin­gle game all weekend. For Bill Im­berger’s team, who have fin­ished sec­ond and sixth in the tour­na­ment other years it was a quick fall from grace.


The num­ber of ki­los of stew con­sumed for lunch on Sun­day morn­ing. Hard­work­ing cook Jean Jasch also re­ported 20 ki­los of mince­meat and six dozen eggs all gone.


The num­ber of dol­lars Kurt Brown’s team was bought for in the Fri­day night cal­cutta. But as they fin­ished fourth the un­lucky punter walked away with noth­ing.


The num­ber of teams who signed up for the an­nual event. Club pres­i­dent Barry Woodall said the greens were at ab­so­lute ca­pac­ity.


The num­ber of years the tour­na­ment has run for, al­though the $10,000 in prize money has only been in­cluded for the last five.

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