Isis Town and Country - - Sport -

THE Isis ju­niors had a huge week­end of golf, con­test­ing the Fi­nal of the Wide Bay ju­nior pen­nants com­pe­ti­tion and host­ing the third round of the Wide Bay ju­nior car­ni­val cir­cuit. On Satur­day morn­ing Bund­aberg and Isis ju­niors teed off for the right to be the Wide Bay Ju­nior Pen­nants Cham­pi­ons for 2015. The com­pe­ti­tion was al­ways go­ing to be close with Isis win­ning on the 18th hole of the fifth match. Caleb Scott played well to just lose to Cameron McFar­lane from Bundy in game 1, in game two Will Martell had a close tus­sle with Ferghus McCosh to go down 2 and 1. This left Isis two down af­ter two games. In game three So­phie Martell had a com­fort­able win over Is­abella Artcheua 6 and 5. In game 4 Curtis Fredrik­sen kept his nerve to play very well to win 3 and 2. In the last game Ben Scott played as if it was a Sun­day af­ter­noon so­cial hit show­ing no tight­ness at all. He came from two holes down to win on the 18th mak­ing a two me­ter clutch put to win with a par. This was wor­thy re­demp­tion from last year as Isis went down in a close tus­sle with Bar­gara in last year’s fi­nal. This would be the first time in at least 15 years that Isis has won the Wide Bay Ju­nior Pen­nants. On Sun­day the club hosted 70 play­ers of all ages for the third round of the Wide Bay Ju­nior cir­cuit, Isis play­ers played ex­tremely well with Will Martell com­ing sec­ond in the Boys’ first di­vi­sion with a 77 off the stick fin­ish­ing four shots be­hind the win­ner Cameron McFar­lane. So­phie, his sis­ter, went one bet­ter to win the girls’ event with a score of 87. In the nine hole boys’ event Wes­ley Hin­ton took out the Gross event with a 54 while Cooper Burns was Nett Run­ner Up in this event. In the 13 Hole girls’ event Amara Burns won the Nett prize. In the six hole event Xavier Free­man was sec­ond over­all with a score of 28. In the three hole event Wes­ley's sis­ter Maicee started her golf­ing ca­reer with a win in the Nett event. In the three hole boys the Corsetti broth­ers Max and Ni­cholas took out first and sec­ond in the Nett event. Thanks to all those par­ents who helped on the day.

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