Harvey-Waroona Reporter - - REPORTER SPORT -

Veter­ans golf

DE­SPITE the gusty winds and rain, 122 keen vet­eran golfers took to the Duns­bor­ough Lakes Golf Course on Mon­day, May 15. Lo­cal knowl­edge came to the fore­front as Duns­bor­ough Lakes’ Earl Baker blitzed the field on 41 points. The run­ners-up prize re­quired a three-way count­back which went to Mar­garet River’s Alan Dale from Sanc­tu­ary Golf Course’s Rod­ney Simms and Capel’s Glenn Bone all on 38 points. Har­vey’s Peter Castelli had 37 points, Bun­bury’s Roger Houghton and Har­vey’s Peter Shine were next on 36 points. Duns­bor­ough Lakes’ Jim Hen­der­son carded 35 points. The next will be held on Tues­day at Don­ny­brook.

Har­vey Bulls ju­niors

HAR­VEY Bulls’ Year 8 team were all smiles on the week­end of Satur­day, May 13, when they won their first game in more than a year. The team trav­elled to Duns­bor­ough to take on the Sharks in a tight-knit match which saw Har­vey take the win with the fi­nal score 5.8 (38) to 4.6 (30) Coach Kurt Haunold said he was ex­tremely proud of the boys and praised their hard work, grit and de­ter­mi­na­tion.

Har­vey ladies golf

ON Thurs­day the ladies played the Me­mo­rial Day stroke com­pe­ti­tion which was spon­sored by Lor­raine Stone. It was also the sec­ond round of the Sil­ver Spoon. Marita Hay­ward won the day with a nett score of 67 from Delilah Hur­ley on 70. Shirley Hall and Michelle Thomp­son both had nett 73 and Mar­ion Tay­lor had 74 and Mau­reen Craig 75. Pam Davey won the Gross with 91 off the stick. Shirley Hall took home the Sil­ver Spoon. Novel­ties were shared by Hall with least putts be­ing 27 and Thomp­son and Gwen Slavin hav­ing near­est the pin and Glenys Newman a near­est chip. Last Mon­day 10 ladies rep­re­sented Har­vey in pen­nants. Har­vey South played at Capel and had a draw with Boyup Brook/Bridgetown. Har­vey North played at Pin­jarra and also had a draw with Bun­bury.

Har­vey bowls

HAR­VEY Bowls Club held its mixed so­cial triples on Satur­day, May 20. First with two wins plus 8, 13 ends won, was Lance Pow­ell, Peter Mullinger and Coral Mcken­zie Clark. In sec­ond with two wins plus 8, 12 ends won, Greg “Fishy” Tay­lor, Mark Dempsey and Phill Fettes. It’s great to see the new faces com­ing along to our Satur­day so­cial bowls.

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