A STRONG field contested the single stableford competition in better than expected conditions with some fine scores recorded.
Ted Buckland was the overall winner on the day coming in with an impressive 40 points. Keith Rule scored 38 points to be the A division winner from runner-up Kev Savage on 37, with Col Dennett 2nd runner-up on 34 points. Kev Denham won best nine holes with 21 points.
Roger Draper won B Division with 35 points from Val Plath on 34 points, runner-up on a countback from 2nd runner-up Chris Fitzsimons. Bob Champney recorded 19 points to win best nine holes.
The approaches were won by Bill Cowan (0.52m) for the men on 1&10; Cynthia Draper (0.18m) for the women on 6&15; Craig Reynolds (0.275m) for the combined approach on 4&13.
Col Dennett led the Chook Run winners with 30 net from Ted Buckland on 31, Monica Madsen, Norm Plath, Barry Steinke, Kev Denham (33 each) , with Chris Fitzsimons (34) winning the last bird on 34 net. Next Tuesday we play a two-person Ambrose, choose your partner. The usual noon hit-off.