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The re­turn bout be­tween the home team and Mary­bor­ough Vets ended with Isis win­ning by 20 points but the ear­lier and larger win by Mary­bor­ough at home meant that the Childer­bor­ough Cup stays with Mary­bor­ough for another year. In the Mary­bor­ough sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion Barry McDeuitt won with 41 points from fel­low mem­ber Peter McCul­loch on 38, with run­downs to Kevin Camp­bell, Neil Plumb and Rod Carr. Bill Her­ring scored 39 points to win the Isis com­pe­ti­tion A Di­vi­sion from Bill Cowan on 37, with run­downs to Cyn­thia Draper, Michael Stan­ton (36) and Mark McAu­lay on 34. Co­ralie Vol­gyesi won B Di­vi­sion with 39 points from Roger Draper on 37, with run­downs to Sue Long, Ray Bur­rowes (36) and Mon­ica Mad­sen (35) on a count­back from Rusty Us­mar. Neil Plum (0.16m) won the Men’s ap­proach on 1&10; Mon­ica Mad­sen (in the hole) the com­bined ap­proach on 4&13; Co­ralie Vol­gyesi (0.01m) the ladies’ ap­proach on 6&15. Co­ralie Vol­gyesi led the Chook Run win­ners with 28 nett, from Bill Her­ring, Ian McKay, Sue Long (31), Ray Bur­rowes, Cyn­thia Draper, Norm Plath, Larry Per­shouse, Diane Row­ley and Michael Stan­ton (32). Next Tues­day our V.I.P. spon­sors are Col and Marg Den­nett – we look for­ward to their hos­pi­tal­ity. Hit-off is at noon sharp.

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