Isis Vets

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THIS Tues­day the cool win­ter af­ter­noon saw over 40 play­ers en­joy a sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion with some very re­spectable scores be­ing recorded, none bet­ter than Marg Den­nett’s 41 points mak­ing her the over­all win­ner for the day.

In A Di­vi­sion Nigel Radin had to sur­vive a count­back on 35 points to hold off Col Den­nett and sec­ond run­ner-up Norm Plath, with Larry Per­shouse scor­ing 20 points to win the best nine holes.

The B Di­vi­sion scores were much bet­ter with Len Stal­lard on 39 points to win from Bob Champ­ney whose 38 leav­ing him to be run­ner–up on a count­back from Mick Ryan, with vis­i­tor Mary Ja­cobs win­ning the best nine on 21 points.

The ap­proaches for the men were won by Col Den­nett on 1 and 10, 0.15m from the hole; and Nigel Radin on 4 and 13, in the hole with his sec­ond shot. For the women, vis­i­tor Rachel Cashin won both ap­proaches on 1 and 10 and 4 and 13.

Chook Run win­ners were led by Marg Den­nett un­beat­able on 27 nett, fol­lowed by Col Den­nett and Len Stal­lard (31), Joy Cart­ner (32), and on a spin Bob Champ­ney, Mick Ryan and Joan Wright – no chicken for Mon­ica – sadly.

Paul McCar­ragher led the Chook Run win­ners with nett 29, fol­lowed by Ron Denny (31), Norm Plath, Larry Per­shouse (32) Ted Buck­land 33 and Len Stal­lard (34) on a spin!! Blake Dowling joined the vets for the Chook Run and his 33 gross plus one meant he al­most won a chicken. One tro­phy he has yet to win.

This com­ing Tues­day we play a stroke com­pe­ti­tion as the 3rd round of the Jan Mun­gomery Salver. See you for hit–off.

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