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MEN March Monthly Medals: In A Di­vi­sion John Hin­ton recorded 66 nett to win from Justin Philpott on 69, run­ner-up on a count­back from Peter Hrelja and Phil Luck­ett, with Kev Sav­age re­ceiv­ing the last run­down on 70. In B Di­vi­sion Jack Smith recorded 64, run­ner-up Adrian Martin on 70, with Ross Ni­col on 71 and Rod­ney Wag­ner on 72 re­ceiv­ing run­downs. Peter Russo won the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot and Jeff Free­man the B Di­vi­sion ap­proach on 1&10. Phil Luck­ett won the A Di­vi­sion and Ken Al­bion the B Di­vi­sion pin­shots on 4&13. Dave Robin­son and Clin­ton Dowl­ing scored ea­gles on num­ber 2 – again! This Satur­day mem­bers play a sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion for a club tro­phy. Re­minders to all mem­bers: Isis Men’s Car­ni­val is on Sun­day week, March 22 – please nom­i­nate as soon as pos­si­ble; Isis Mill Traders’ Day on Satur­day, March 28 – 3 Per­son Am­brose, hit-off at 11.30am. A limit on num­bers so nom­i­nate your team now! WOMEN JOAN WRIGHT took out the Thurs­day Monthly Goblet with a nett score of 70 from Mar­garet Dennett on 75, with run­downs to Diane Rowley and Co­ralie Vol­gyesi. Joan also won the ladies’ ap­proach, un­der a me­tre from the hole. The start­ing time for Thurs­day play for the rest of the year is 8.30am. On Satur­day Joan Wright again won the Monthly Goblet with a score of 71 nett from Cyn­thia Draper on 73. Run­downs went to Robyn Robin­son and Co­ralie Vol­gyesi. Rae McCliskie won the ap­proach - (0.31m). Next Satur­day mem­bers play in a sin­gle stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion for a club tro­phy – see you there for the 12:30 hit-off. A re­minder: Isis Mill Traders’ Day, Satur­day, March 28 – nom­i­nate your team now for the 3 Per­son Am­brose as num­bers are limited. JU­NIORS THE Ju­niors com­peted in Monthly Medal this week, bring­ing the Ju­nior com­pe­ti­tion round in line with the Se­niors. In the 3 hole event, Max and Ni­cholas Corsetti con­tinue to im­prove. Max had his best round ever. With Phynn Boase away, Ma­cie Hin­ton took the 3 hole monthly medal. In the 6 hole event, Ryan Blinco and Cooper Re­hbein were again neck and neck. Af­ter count­back, Cooper took the monthly medal. In the 9 hole, Xavier Free­man con­tin­ues to im­prove, hit­ting the ball fur­ther and re­duc­ing his putting strokes. Wes­ley Hin­ton fin­ished with a gross score of 58 to take the monthly medal. In the 13 hole event, Cooper Burns won by 4 shots (af­ter hand­i­cap) to his sis­ter Amara. Next week both Cooper and Amara will be on the same hand­i­cap, sib­ling ri­valry will be peek­ing. Next week is chip and putt with coach­ing from 7am (thanks Damian Dowl­ing). All new­com­ers wel­come. ISIS VETS THE 4BBB com­pe­ti­tion with a se­cret part­ner saw a num­ber of un­fa­mil­iar com­bi­na­tions, with a few very suc­cess­ful. Col Dennett and Bob Werne proved most suc­cess­ful with their com­bined stable­ford score, a re­mark­able 80 points – wor­thy win­ners. Run­ners-up, Dave Robin­son and Rusty Us­mar scored 71, while 2nd run­ners-up, Ted Buck­land and Scott White (new mem­ber), won that spot with 67 points, on a count­back from Robyn Robin­son and Michael Stan­ton. Ap­proach shot win­ner for the men was Norm Plath (0.14m), for the women Robyn Robin­son (in the hole), and for the com­bined ap­proach, Paul McCar­ragher (in the hole). Robyn also led the Chook Run win­ners with 28 nett, from Jack Smith, Col Dennett (30), Larry Per­shouse, Garry Car­lon (33), Ray Bur­rowes and Rae McCliskie (34). Next week is the V.I.P. Stroke event, this month spon­sored by Ron Denny. See you there for the 12 noon hit-off. CHILDERS SO­CIAL A LOVELY morn­ing saw 24 play­ers for a Sin­gle Stable­ford over the Front Nine led off by the Ladies only group from the First The win­ner af­ter a count­back was Paul McCar­ragher on 22 points and los­ing 2.7 off his Hand­i­cap. Sec­ond was Col Dennett also with 22 and los­ing 1.8 and for the first time since join­ing the So­cial Club Do­minic Mete with 21 points and los­ing 2.0 off his hand­i­cap with a per­sonal best. The A Grade Long­est Drive was won by Marg Dennett, the B Grade Long­est Drive by Paul McCar­ragher, and the B Grade Ap­proach on the 10th by Ray Bur­rows and the A Grade NTP Pin on the 10th by Col Dennett. Paul McCar­ragher also won the NTP on the 13th but was not close enough to take the Golden Cir­cle. Next week we will be play­ing Se­cret Part­ners with names drawn out of the hat af­ter the game to match play­ers, it will be the luck of the draw. We will play a Stroke and Putt game over the Front Nine with Tee off at 7.30am. Don’t for­get that the $2 brekkie is al­ways on and put your ticket in the box to win a full pay­ment of one per­son’s dues to the Isis Golf Club for next year. The game at Bar­gara will be played on the March 22, tee­ing off at 7.30am. Cost to mem­bers will be ap­prox. $10 for those who have their own buggy and $25 for those who have to hire a buggy. The cost in­cludes 18 holes of golf and a lunch.

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