SPORT RE­SULTS

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ISIS

RE­SULTS of games played at the Isis Bowl­ing Club:

Tues­day, Oc­to­ber 14 – Jack­pot Pairs: A. Ritchie, G. Daw d D. Saun­ders, D. Ha­ley 23 – 18; J. Short, B. Cowan d B. Bakes, K. Bakes 22 – 17; L. Ack­royd, K. Bur­ton d M. Bold­er­son, D. Jones 20 – 9.

Thurs­day, Oc­to­ber 16 – J. Hoff­mann, Joy For­mosa, G. Daw d Joe For­mosa, P. Cole, D. Jones 20 – 14 and win­ning rink; N. Munkman, J. New­ton, R. Cle­ments d N. Munkman, D. Ha­ley, C. Bold­er­son 17 – 14; P. Mete, J. Short d B. Cowan, T. Wil­liamson – Gle­ich 24 – 12.

Ladies Triples Fi­nal: D. Wil­liamson – Gle­ich, D. Pratt, P. Jack­son d M. Green, J. West, R. Zim­i­tat 25 – 16.

Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 19 – Mau­reen, Pat Carol d Beryl, No­lar, Robyn 24 – 11. (One card miss­ing).

Dates to keep in mind: Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 26 and Sun­day, Novem­ber 2. We have two clubs vis­it­ing us. Isis Cen­tral Mill on Oc­to­ber 26 and Bur­gowan on Novem­ber 2. Sure to be a great day of bowls for both events. Please put your name in the book.

GOLF

MEN

THE Isis Vets spon­sored a four ball best ball sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion on Satur­day with close scor­ing the or­der of the day.

Vis­i­tor Rus­sell Al­bion and part­ner Joan Wright fin­ished strongly to record 47 points to win by one point from Len Stal­lard and Neil Rieck with Phil Luck­ett and Ken Al­bion also one point fur­ther back as sec­ond run­ners-up, fol­lowed by Cyn­thia Draper and Val Plath another point away as third run­ners-up. Three pairs also col­lected run­downs.

Larry Per­shouse won the ap­proach on 1 and 10; Neil Rieck the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 4 and 13; and Fiona Dowling the ladies’ ap­proach (10cm).

As ex­pected the Vets’ plat­ters were am­ple and tasty – thanks to the ladies present for or­gan­is­ing and ar­rang­ing the del­i­ca­cies and thanks to the Vets for their gen­er­ous spon­sor­ship.

This Satur­day is a club day with a sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion cho­sen for the af­ter­noon – as usual a great af­ter­noon awaits us. Hit-off at 12.30pm.

Re­minder: time is run­ning out to com­plete both Sebs’ and pairs’ match play cham­pi­onship com­pe­ti­tions re­main­ing qual­i­fiers please check the no­tice­board and ar­range the next match with your op­po­nent.

The com­mit­tee has sched­uled a work­ing bee for next Tues­day which in­cludes cor­ing the greens and cut­ting down and re­mov­ing dead trees, with start­ing time by 8am. If at all pos­si­ble be there to help with utes, trail­ers, shov­els, rakes and any other ap­pro­pri­ate equip­ment.

WOMEN

IN THE Thurs­day bisque bo­gey com­pe­ti­tion, Coralie Vol­gyesi again won the day with plus 6 from Val Plath on plus 4 – care­ful use of their hand­i­caps!

Vicki Wyeth col­lected a run­down with plus 3.

This Thurs­day the Vets are join­ing us for a sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion with a hit – off at 12 noon, spon­sored by popular vis­i­tors, Ian and Jen­nifer McKay.

On Satur­day we com­bined with the men to play a four ball best ball com­pe­ti­tion spon­sored by the Isis Vets – the re­sults are in the men’s sec­tion of the notes. Con­grat­u­la­tions to Cyn­thia Draper in par­tic­u­lar for her ea­gle on the fifth hole and to Joan Wright for be­ing part of the win­ning team. Thanks to the Vets for their gen­eros­ity and the after – game de­lights.

This Satur­day we play a club – spon­sored sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion with the usual hit – off time of noon – join us there!

ISIS VETS

PAUL and TRACEY and Home Hard­ware again spon­sored a club com­pe­ti­tion, this time for the Vets’ VIP Monthly Stroke com­bined with the fi­nal round of the stroke play for the Jan Mun­gomery Salver.

A Di­vi­sion was very closely con­tested, with Nigel Radin on 68 nett win­ning from three oth­ers on 69 – Kev Sav­age run­ner-up on count­back, Keith Rule sec­ond run­ner-up on count­back, with Col Den­nett un­lucky to miss out on the same score.

Mick Ryan recorded nett 71 to lead the B Di­vi­sion field from run­ner-up Terry Small­man on 72, from Bob Werne sec­ond run­ner-up on count­back.

Joan Wright won the women’s com­pe­ti­tion with 74 nett from run­ner-up Vicki Wyeth on 75, with Marg Den­nett sec­ond run­ner-up on 76.

Coralie Vol­gyesi won the women’s ap­proach in the hole and Col Den­nett the men’s ap­proach also in the hole.

Kev Sav­age led the Chook Run win­ners with 29 nett fol­lowed by Col Den­nett, Keith Rule, Coralie Vol­gyesi and Gary Car­lon (30 each), with Bob Werne on 33 win­ning the last bird on a spin.

Next week’s sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion has been moved to Thurs­day and we join the ladies but still hit off at noon, our spon­sors be­ing tem­po­rary mem­bers Ian and Jen­nifer McKay.

Re­mem­ber the work­ing bee on next Tues­day with a prompt start at 7.30am for some and a lit­tle later at 8am for the troops. All hands to the pumps!

CHILDERS SO­CIAL

SUN­DAY saw 27 play­ers take the field for an 18 hole event Spon­sored by Club Car with teams hit­ting off in a shot­gun start.

The weather turned de­cid­edly very windy and made for some in­ter­est­ing shots as it took con­trol of the ball on more than one oc­ca­sion.

The win­ners for the day on count­back were Ed Con­nell and Paul McCar­ragher on 64.25 points win­ning on a count­back from Marg and Col Den­nett also on 64.25 points for sec­ond place. Third place went to two of our vis­i­tors for the day Dot and John Moore with 65.75 points.

Col had quite a day as he also took out the 1st/10th A-grade Near­est the Pin, The Com­bined 6th Near­est the Pin and the 7th/16th Com­bined Ap­proach.

Other win­ners for the day were Ray Bur­rows with the B-grade Ap­proach on the 1st/10th, Paul McCar­ragher the A-grade Long­est Drive, Bill Long the B-grade Long­est Drive, Ken Al­bion the 4th/13th Com­bined near­est the pin and also a new mea­sure­ment to beat for the Golden Cir­cle of 2.7m.

Dot Moore took out the Ladies 15th Near­est the Pin and Mick Hickey rounded out the win­ners with the Men’s Ap­proach on the 15th.

The bar­be­cue after that game was most wel­come and thanks to Mick and Roz for pro­vid­ing the cook­ing and cut­ting up of the good­ies for that, thanks to Bill Long as rep­re­sen­ta­tive for Club Car for the prizes handed out and for his gen­er­ous of­fer of the spon­sor­ship of our Christ­mas game at Her­vey Bay Golf Club.

We have also been of­fered the use of a 21 seat bus for a nom­i­nal fee for that very same Christ­mas do so those wish­ing to take ad­van­tage please make it know to my­self at the next game.

The more we get the cheaper it will be per per­son.

There is a list with the Trea­surer, Bill Kirch­hof, for those wish­ing to at­tend and also those wish­ing to use the bus.

Next week was sup­posed to be Cap­tains Day but it will be post­poned for a cou­ple of weeks and next week we will play a Stroke and Putt game over the Front Nine tee­ing off at 7.30am.

Mem­bers of the com­mit­tee are ad­vised that there will be a com­mit­tee meet­ing after the game next week.

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