Club Cham­pi­onships

Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

AS PRE­DICTED (ex­pected) Blake was the Dowling who turned in four great rounds of golf to record a four un­der par 276 (a record score for the cham­pi­onship) and win the A-grade gross cham­pi­onship by a con­vinc­ing mar­gin from his brother Damien. Three play­ers tied for the net A-grade tro­phy on 287 net, with Kev Sav­age win­ning from Clin­ton Dowling on a count­back, with Dave Robin­son thus win­ning the over­all 72-hole net with his score of 287.

Michael Stan­ton led the B-grade gross com­pe­ti­tion con­sis­tently through­out the four rounds, and while closely pressed com­ing into the fi­nal round, man­aged to hold his nerve while his main ri­vals lost their way a lit­tle. Michael won with a gross score of 336 ahead of run­ner-up Peter Steel. Larry Per­shouse scored 287 to win the B-grade net, two shots ahead of run­ner-up Norm Plath.

Mark McAu­lay won the C-grade gross with a steady fi­nal round to lead fron­trun­ner Bob Champ­ney by four shots. In the men’s C-grade net, Len Stal­lard man­aged to win from run­ner-up Roger Draper by four shots also.

He­len Ric­cia­rdi scored 339 and won the Women’s A-grade gross con­vinc­ingly from Fiona Dowling, while Cyn­thia Draper won the A-grade net ahead of Mar­garet Den­nett.

Ce­cily Fay also won the B-grade gross well, record­ing 379 strokes, with Joy Cart­ner run­ner-up. Joan Wright won the B-grade net, with Robyn Robin­son run­ner-up. Fiona Dowling won the spe­cial tro­phy for the “mas­ter” women’s put­ter of the cham­pi­onships. Val Plath de­servedly won the over­all 72-hole net – a wel­come sur­prise.

Gen­er­ous spon­sors Paul and Tracey Bartlett from Home Hard­ware were warmly wel­comed and pre­sented all the win­ners with the prizes ob­tained from lo­cal com­pany My­att Jewellers.

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