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RE­SULTS of games played at the Isis Bowls Club: Tues­day, Septem­ber 9 – Jack­pot Pairs: M. Bold­er­son, G. Daw def B. Rayner, J. Short 23-8; J. New­ton, R. Cle­ments, D. Jones def D. Saun­ders, D. New­ton, D. Ha­ley 35-12. Thurs­day, Septem­ber 11 – E. Dick­en­son, N. Munkman, B. McKen­zie def R. Dick­en­son, J. Hoff­mann, Joy For­mosa 24-13; L. Grant, B. Rayner, J. West, J. Short def Joe For­mosa, M. Green, B. Rodgers, D. Pratt 28-13. Sun­day, Septem­ber 14 – L. Grant, K. Rus­sell, M. Green def L. Grant, J. Pas­coe, B. Rodgers 25-10. Ladies Pairs Com­pe­ti­tion: J. New­ton, R. Zim­i­tat def P. Cole, C. Bold­er­son 23–14. Note fol­low­ing change of date: Our visit to Boonooroo set down for Septem­ber 28, has now been changed to Oc­to­ber 12. Names in the book please. On Thurs­day, Septem­ber 25 Stan and Rose Jar­rett are pro­vid­ing prizes for our Can­cer day. Al­ways a great day and for a good cause.


RE­SULTS of games played at the Woodgate Bowls Club: Tues­day, Septem­ber 9 – Ladies So­cial: D. Bret­tel, J. Gib­son, N. Mickle def B. Thomp­son, J. Richters, R. Love 28–7; M. Smith, H. Danziger, S. Re­nouf def A. Sleep, N. Neels, Y. El­lis 22–6; R. Bishop, P. Rap­pard def J. Kirby, Y. Turner 19–14. Wed­nes­day, Septem­ber 10 – Men’s So­cial: C. Quin­ton, B. Rayner, R. Byrnes def Jesse, Trick, K. Duthie 17–15; J. Quinn, J. Cheers, H. Rap­pard def T. O’Shea, R. Cauchi, I. Kirby 22–16; L. Hay­den, C. Ens­bey, Weir def K. An­drews, I. Todd, R. Snelling 26–18; J. Lacey, G. Ib­bert­son, M. Strano def J. Har­bourne, E. Soes­man, R. Hen­der­son 23– 20; P. Wil­liams, M. Van der loos, R. Hoff­man def D. Fer­rier, W. Ben­son, R. Cos­grove 20–15; B. Gal­way, R. Win­zar def I. Reidy, C. Treacy 22–19; J. Neels, A. Ritchie, G. Madsen def T. Gre­bert, E. Gid­dins, A. Grif­fiths 22–12; G. Bishop, J. John­son, R. Cle­ments def P. Walk­ing­ton, T. Fisher, R. Bunn 27–16; G. Turner, W. Nel­son, M. Quinn def N. Hutchin­son, N. Blair, J. Daniels 25– 24; N. Gordes, E. McCaf­frey, G. Loy­dell def A. McKin­non, J. Reeves, A. Essery 19–18; N. Loder, B. Re­nouf, B. Martin def K. Geaney, G. Weir, W. McUtchen 22–20. Thurs­day, Septem­ber 11 – Jack­pot Triples. N. Loder, J. Richters, R. Hoff­man def D. Rich­mond, J. Neels, W. Nel­son 17–15; J. Brooks, L. McConchie, I. Kirby def N. Neels, W. Reeves, R. Cos­grove 20–17; Leo Hay­den, N. Richters, N. Mickle def Lorna Hay­den, E. Bell, J. Reeves 23–16; T. Fisher, C. Hoff­man, N. Gordes def K. Geaney, S. Weir, L. Matt­son 25– 9; P. Walk­ing­ton, B. Hin­ton, R. Weir def P. Mullins, J. Kirby, G. Weir 22–9. Satur­day, Septem­ber 13 – Dis­trict Pen­nants: Di­vi­sion 2. Bar­gara def Woodgate at Bar­gara; Di­vi­sion 5. Woodgate def Bur­nett at Bur­nett. Sun­day, Septem­ber 14 – Mixed So­cial: L. Cos­grove, E. Bell, R. Cos­grove def D. Rich­mond, R. Love, G. Weir 22–19; N. Loder, M. Van der loos, R. Weir def Jesse, A. Van der loos, G. Newby 17–14; A. McKin­non, I. Todd, R. Love def J. Bishop, L. Matt­son, R. Royan 19–16.



THE Friendlies Pharmacy spon­sored the sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion held last Satur­day, with the weather invit­ing and set for ideal golf­ing con­di­tions – for some! In A di­vi­sion Damien Dowling pro­duced a par round to record 38 points, one clear of run­ner-up Kev Sav­age. Kev did man­age an ea­gle on num­ber 15 to win the first ea­gle badge. In B Di­vi­sion Ivan Philpott edged out Len Stal­lard with 39 points, fine scor­ing in­deed! The A Di­vi­sion pin­shot win­ners were Nigel Radin and Clin­ton Dowling on 4 and 13, while Cur­tis Fredrik­sen was near­est the pin in B Di­vi­sion with his ap­proach on 1 and 10. The gen­er­ous vouch­ers and thought­ful gift packs from our spon­sors for the day were greatly ap­pre­ci­ated. This Satur­day Craig Swift is spon­sor­ing the sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion with his usual ar­ray of ap­pro­pri­ate prizes. Match play com­peti­tors are again urged to or­gan­ise a time and place to play.


VICKI Wyeth again won the sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion with 34 points from Coralie Vol­gyesi on 32 points with run­downs to Joan Wright and Vicki McAu­lay. This week we will de­cide the com­pe­ti­tion be­fore we hit-off. In the sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion spon­sored by the Friendlies Pharmacy Joan Wright scored a fine 39 points to win from Robyn Robin­son on 36 points, run­ner-up on count­backs from Cyn­thia Draper and Mon­ica Madsen. He­len Ric­cia­rdi won the ap­proach. Women mem­bers also wish to ex­press their ap­pre­ci­a­tion of the gen­er­ous gift vouch­ers and gift packs from the day’s spon­sors. This Satur­day we play a sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion spon­sored by Craig Swift, another gen­er­ous spon­sor.


STRONG num­bers con­tinue to at­tend the Tues­day com­pe­ti­tions– this one be­ing the monthly stroke VIP com­pe­ti­tion spon­sored by Ken and Phil in con­junc­tion with Round 5 of the com­pe­ti­tion for the Jan Mun­gomery Salver. Neil Rieck in A Di­vi­sion put his foot down and scored nett 66 to win from run­ner-up Craig Reynolds on 68 fol­lowed by Ray Walker on 70, 2nd run­ner-up on a count­back from Gary Car­lon. Roger Draper scored 71 nett in B di­vi­sion to win from Mark McAu­lay on 72, 1st run­ner-up on a count­back from Ray Bur­rowes. The women’s win­ner was tem­po­rary mem­ber Jen­nifer McKay with nett 69 ahead of run­ner-ups Cyn­thia Draper and Mar­garet Den­nett. For most use of the course, score not avail­able, Jen­nifer’s bet­ter half, Ian, won the day. Ap­proach win­ners were: Marc Harper in A Di­vi­sion, Mick Ryan in B Di­vi­sion (both in the hole) and Cyn­thia Draper 0.38m from the hole. Chook Run win­ners were led by Ray Bur­rowes and Neil Rieck (29!), fol­lowed by Phil Luck­ett and Gary Car­lon (31), Rose Cochrane and Mark McAu­lay (33) and Cyn­thia Draper (34) on a spin. Next week we re­turn to the Vets’ favourite, the sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion.


A BRIGHT sunny morn­ing saw 12 mem­bers from the Fraser Lakes So­cial Golf Club turn up for the sec­ond round of the trophy com­pe­ti­tion. Childers had to win by more than 5% to take the prize and luck­ily a home town ad­van­tage paid off with Childers get­ting 93.15% and Fraser Lakes with 102.24%. It was a close run thing with their player Scott Ridge­way tak­ing out the Low­est Gross score with 77 strokes. Way above out clos­est at 81 but our play­ers stuck to the task and man­aged the win. The win­ner of the Childers Nett com­pe­ti­tion was Sue Long with 61 nett and los­ing 4.0 off her hand­i­cap, sec­ond was Ken Al­bion with 63 and los­ing 2.2 and third on a count back was Col Den­nett with 69 and los­ing 0.7. The least putts was won by Peter Macau­ley with 25, the A Grade Near­est the Pin on the 1st/10th by Scotty Ridge­way (Fraser Lakes), the B Grade Ap­proach on the 1st/10th by Ken Al­bion, the A Grade Long­est Drive by Terry Small­man, the B Grade Long­est Drive by Gary Cahill (Fraser Lakes). Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 4th/13th Col Den­nett with the Golden Cir­cle at 6.0m, the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 6th by Marg Den­nett and the Ladies Near­est the Pin on the 15th also by Marg Den­nett, the Men’s Ap­proach on the 15th by R. Boyle (Fraser Lakes) and fi­nally the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 7th/16th by Scotty Ridge­way (Fraser Lakes). Next week a break from 18 hole Golf with a sim­ple Stroke and putt over the Front Nine tee­ing off at 8am and the week after that on Septem­ber 28 the Pink Ball Day for Prostate Can­cer with many busi­nesses in Childers donat­ing prizes for the play­ers. All So­cial Club Mem­bers are in­vited to play as are the Isis Golf Club Mem­bers and the Isis Vet­er­ans Golf club mem­bers as all have been im­pacted by Can­cer in oneway or another and it’s up to us to help to find a cure. Teams of three to play with a meal for $15 a head, if you can’t play a do­na­tion would be ap­pre­ci­ated, as all pro­ceeds to the Prostate Can­cer Coun­cil of Aus­tralia. Have a great week and see you all on Sun­day.


PRE­LIM­I­NARY FI­NAL: East’s Kyle Lay­butt tack­les Isis’ Robert O’Don­nell at Sal­ter Oval.

IN THE AIR: East’s Ni­cholas Tan­ner catches the ball be­fore be­ing tack­led by Isis’ Nathan Sul­li­van at Sal­ter Oval.

ON THE RUN: East’s Kyle Lay­butt at Sal­ter Oval.

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