Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

THE Thurs­day sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion spon­sored by Ian and Jen­nifer McKay was run like the Monthly V.I.P com­pe­ti­tions with two Di­vi­sions for the men and one for the ladies.

Vis­i­tor Kev Chris­tensen scored 40 points in A Di­vi­sion to win by one point from play­ing part­ner and fel­low ticket win­ner, Nigel Radin, with Mick Hickey win­ning best nine holes on 20 points.

Ray Bur­rowes was B Di­vi­sion win­ner with 37 points also win­ning by one point from Ken Al­bion. Larry Per­shouse won best nine holes with 20 points.

Re­cently-re­turned Vet Joan Kelly recorded 40 points to win the Women’s Di­vi­sion by one point from Vicki Wyeth, with Vicki McAu­lay win­ning best nine holes on 20 points.

Michael Stan­ton and Vicki McAu­lay won the ap­proaches both putting their sec­ond shot in the hole.

Low scores were again the or­der of the day in the Chook Run, win­ners be­ing: Ken Al­bion, Joan Kelly, Vicki Wyeth (29s), Coralie Vol­gyesi (31) and Larry Per­shouse (32) on a Spin.

Mem­bers cel­e­brated Mel­bourne Cup Day with their tra­di­tional Sweeps, with the sta­ble­ford round split in two parts – nine holes (almost) be­fore the Cup, break for lunch and watch the race – fol­lowed by the re­main­ing holes.

The over­all win­ner for the day was Rae McCliskie on 37, win­ning on a count­back from Nigel Radin who claimed the A Di­vi­sion trophy on a count­back from run­ner-up Dave Robin­son. Barry Steinke won the best nine holes on 20 points.

Adrian Martin won B Di­vi­sion with 35 points from Joan Wright on 34 points – Val Plath win­ning the best nine holes. Adrian also won the men’s ap­proach (0.59m) with Mar­garet Den­nett (0.42m) win­ning the women’s ap­proach.

Dave Robin­son led the Chook Run win­ners with 29 nett (gross 34) from Val Plath (32), Len Stal­lard, Adrian Martin (33s) and Ray Walker (34) on a spin.

Next Tues­day is ver­sus par, the 2nd round for the Cooper’s Cup. See you there for the noon hit-off.

Again, a spe­cial thank you for the plates and to June for set­ting out the lun­cheon spread.

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