Childers So­cial

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

A FINE morn­ing once again to greet the play­ers with a Sin­gle Stroke game over the Front Nine.

It was a close fought con­test with three play­ers on 32 strokes and only go­ing back six holes were we able to find the win­ner ... that be­ing Paul McCar­ragher, which when an­nounced was met with light-hearted calls for a re­count be­cause he is the cap­tain and does the scores.

Apart from that he also lost 2.4 off his hand­i­cap for his trou­bles.

Sec­ond was Bob Cochrane los­ing 2.2 and fi­nally Bob Fraser com­ing third with a loss of 1.7.

Bob Fraser also took out the least putts with 12.

The B-grade Ap­proach was won by Bob Champ­ney, the A-grade Long­est Drive by Dave Durie and the B-grade Long­est drive by Leigh Hart.

Dave also won the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the fourth but not close enough to win the Golden Cir­cle which next week goes out to 1m.

The Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the sixth was won by Chris Fitzsi­mons.

Chris also won his match play against Ed with a 5-0 score card.

Thanks again to those stal­warts of the So­cial Club Chris and Roz for or­gan­is­ing the brekkie and lunch and to those who helped clean up.

Next week due to the fact that Ea­gles Nest is closed the So­cial Club will play at Isis and it will be a Sin­gle Stable­ford over the Back Nine.

Play starts at 7.30am so be at the grounds by 7.15am to al­low the cap­tain time to or­gan­ise the cards.

If you are trav­el­ling in some­one’s buggy then also let the cap­tain know.

Don’t for­get those trav­el­ling to Pere­gian Springs on May 11 need to have their names in by April 27 as well as their money.

Those who don’t will miss out.

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