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RE­SULTS: Games played Tues, Dec 8 J/Pairs: D. Saunders, D. Ha­ley def J. Pas­coe, G. Daw 16-14. C. Bold­er­son, K. Mur­phy def G. Sum­mers, B. Gib­son 25-14. Thurs, Dec 10 J. Pas­coe, R. Saunders, J. New­ton, D. Pratt def J. Pas­coe, N. Munkman, D. Saunders, P. Mete 20-19, also win­ning rink and Sports­man prizes. J. For­mosa, M. Green, C. Bold­er­son def L. Grant, M. Styles, J. Daniels 20-7. Sun­day, Dec 13 L. Grant, J. Car­ruthers, D. Pratt def J. For­mosa, B. Hesse, J. For­mosa 20-7. G. Green, R. Lin­ton def J. Pas­coe, L. Hesse 24-21. Re­sults from on­go­ing Men’s Cham­pi­onship Games: played Dec 8 – B. McKen­zie def M. Bold­er­son 25-16. Men’s Pairs – D. Ha­ley, R. Cle­ments def B. McKen­zie, D. Jones 29-10. Have a great week bowl­ing peo­ple.

ISIS CEN­TRAL MILL

COME and try bowls, it’s great fun. Bowls sup­plied. New play­ers wel­come. Tues­day night bowls, names in by 5.30pm. Sausage siz­zle at 5.30pm. Play starts at 6pm. Sun­day af­ter­noon bowls start at 1pm, names in by 12.30pm. Af­ter­noon tea all play­ers wel­come. So­cial bowls re­sults: Tues­day night - B. Dougall, S. Mur­phy , S. Cam­bell, C. Win­ter def B. Dougall, I. Storer, Nan , A. Man­ning - 27 -14. J. Buck­ing­ham, R. Lil­ley, P. Duffy def E. Crowe, J. Nolan , D. Sin­den - 27 - 9. P Kennedy, J. Mills , B. Rayner def J. Shilton, K. Sheppard , E. Hartwig - 21-17 . On Sun­day, De­cem­ber 13 we trav­elled to Bur­gowan for the Mor­rie Rolston Shield. With 34 play­ers at­tend­ing the day, Bur­gowan came out win­ners with scores of 114 to ICM’s 74 . Our Christ­mas break-up is this Sun­day, De­cem­ber 20 start­ing at 11.30am with bar­be­cue lunch, fol­lowed by bowls in the af­ter­noon.

WOODGATE BOWLS CLUB

TUES­DAY, De­cem­ber 8:

LADIES SO­CIAL. C. Cay­ley, G. Lenz, Y. El­lis def V. Bird, B. Thomp­son, P. Hanson. 26 – 12. D. Ben­son, J. Mewett, A. Van Der Loos def A. Sleep, M. Ib­bert­son, S. Loy­dell. 29 – 28. M. Boundy, E. bell, K. Hen­der­son def S. Weir, R. Bishop, C. Hoff­man. 21 – 14. Wed­nes­day-De­cem­ber 9:

MEN’S SO­CIAL. P. Wil­liams, E. Gid­dins, B. Hooke def Trick, J. Reeves, D. Clark. 24 – 16. G. Upham, A. McKin­non, B. Gib­son def T. Gre­bert, R. Hill, M. Van Der Loos. 23 – 15. G. Loy­dell, R. Hannah, B. Mann def G. Mewett, D. Firth, D. Mann. 26 – 22. G. Scott, W. Ben­son, R. Win­zar def K. El­lis, K. Sleep, G. Sum­mers. 27 – 15. B. Cay­ley, D. Fer­rier, P. West def P. Walk­ing­ton, G. Nut­tall, R. Hoff­man. 24 – 19. G. Bishop, G. Weir, R. Weir def T. O. Shea, K. Geaney, M. Strano. 21 – 18. L. Bret­tell, J. Daniels, S. Boundy def J. Mor­risay, R. Cauchi, G. Haynes. 21 – 10. R. Everett, N. Loder, R. Bunn def P. Nel­son, J. John­son, I. Kirby. 26 – 19. G. Ib­bert­son, E. McCaf­frey, R. Royan def A. Ritchie, N. Blair, R. Byrnes. 25 – 8. Thurs­day, De­cem­ber 10: JACK­POT TRIPLES TWI­LIGHT MIXED SO­CIAL BOWLS. K. Matt­son, D. Fer­rier, R. Weir def N. Loder, J. Mewett, R. Hannah. 21 – 16. G. Lenz, E. Bell, B. Cay­ley def C. Cy­ley, L. Matt­son, G. Weir. 25 – 19. G. Nut­tall, I. Kirby def J. Kirby, M. Van Der Loos. 24 – 15. Sun­day, De­cem­ber 13:

MIXED SO­CIAL. G. Bishop, M. Boundy, E. McCaf­frey def L. Hay­den, R. Bishop, S. Boundy. 19 – 18. L. Hannah, D. Fer­rier, R. Win­zar def N. Loder, A. Win­zar, C. Firth. 20 – 18. P. Nel­son, K. El­lis, R. Byrnes def E. Gid­dins, A. McKin­non, B. Cay­ley. 26 – 16. C. Cay­ley, G. Newby, R. Bunn def E. Bell, P. Hanson, K. Hen­der­son. 36 – 15. Jesse, N. Blair, R. Weir def D. Bret­tell, D. Hei­dke, G. Weir. 24 – 18. S. Weir, K. Sleep, A. Van Der Loos def L. Bret­tell, G. Lenz, B. Gib­son. 21 – 13. J. Gib­son, G. Loy­dell, R. Hannah def A. Hei­dke, L. Matt­son, Y. El­lis. 24 – 16. A. Sleep, J. Mewett, , M. Van Der Loos def K. Geaney, G. Mewett, M. Strano. 20 – 14. Thanks to Jodie and staff at Town and Coun­try for your sup­port dur­ing the year and a happy and safe Christ­mas and new year to all.

GOLF

MEN AND WOMEN

THE cap­tains de­cided to end the of­fi­cial sea­son with a sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion, with which most golfers agreed, as the scores in­di­cate. Un­for­tu­nately the round had to be lim­ited to nine holes as the steady driz­zle per­sisted dur­ing the af­ter­noon. Mark McAu­lay led the way with 22 points from John Cole on 21 points, sec­ond on a count­back from Larry Pershouse. Run­downs went to a num­ber of play­ers, the best of which were Bill Her­ring, Roger Draper, Michael Stan­ton and Robyn Robin­son (19 points each). Vicki McAu­lay, Fiona Dowl­ing, Joan Kelly and Joy Cart­ner also shared in the run­downs. Fiona (1.05m) won the ladies’ ap­proach on 6&15; Bill Her­ring (5.4m)) the A Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 1&10; Mark McAu­lay (1.09m) the B Di­vi­sion ap­proach on the same hole; Bob Champ­ney (1.49m) the B Di­vi­sion pin­shot on 4&13. The ladies cel­e­brated the end of their sea­son with a spe­cial Christ­mas luncheon in­stead of their usual Thurs­day round. Re­mem­ber that dur­ing the un­of­fi­cial sea­son, mem­bers are in­vited to play in the BBB com­pe­ti­tions ev­ery Satur­day (12.30pm hit-off), ev­ery Tues­day (noon hit-off); and on pub­lic hol­i­days (12.30pm).

VETS

EL­I­GI­BLE mem­bers played the fi­nal of the VIP stroke com­pe­ti­tion, while oth­ers present for the fi­nal day of of­fi­cial Vets’ com­pe­ti­tions for 2015 en­joyed an over­flow stroke com­pe­ti­tion. The VIP win­ner for 2015 is Rusty Us­mar whose 68 net earned him the spe­cial Vets’ VIP shirt and his name on the shield. How­ever, his achieve­ment was over­shad­owed by Dave Robin­son’s 64 net to be the over­all win­ner of the day’s com­pe­ti­tion. Ray Walker was run­ner-up on 68, on a count­back from Rusty, with fur­ther run­downs to Val Plath, Terry Smallman, Ted Buck­land, Ken Al­bion (69 each), Peter Hrelja and Vicki Wyeth (70). Roger Draper won the lucky draw prize. Kev Sav­age (0.21m) won the Men’s ap­proach on 1&10; Dave Robin­son (in the hole) the Com­bined ap­proach on 4&13; and Val Plath (0.10m) the Women’s ap­proach on 6&15. Chook Run win­ners were: Ray Groves (26), Dave Robin­son (28), John Hen­der­son, Mark McAu­lay (29), Bob Werne, Ted Buck­land and Ed Connell (31) on spins. Mem­bers en­joyed the af­ter-game treats pre­pared by our spe­cial and ap­pre­ci­ated ladies and the ex­ten­sive range of prizes both for the raf­fle and the com­pe­ti­tion. To all Vets, enjoy a happy and peace­ful Christ­mas and a Vets’ Christ­mas lunch, and we look for­ward to wel­com­ing you all back for 2016, fit and well. Re­mem­ber the club runs a BBB com­pe­ti­tion on Tues­days dur­ing the un­of­fi­cial sea­son.

SO­CIAL

BE­FORE I write the re­sults of to­day’s game I would per­son­ally like to thank those peo­ple who have made my ten­ure as cap­tain a bit eas­ier. Bill Long and CLUB Car for spon­sor­ing sev­eral away games dur­ing the year, Bill Kirch­hof of Isis In­te­rior Lin­ings, who sup­plies the Prize for the Golden Cir­cle com­pe­ti­tion dur­ing the year, John Whit­ford from Drum­mond Golf and THATMOSIS Web De­sign, all of who spon­sor the club’s web page. Thanks also to Chris Fitzsimons, who dili­gently runs the early morn­ing Sun­day Brekkie Club where our hun­gry mem­bers can get a $2 egg and ba­con sanger be­fore the game and who puts all the pro­ceeds back into the club. A spe­cial thank you to those same peo­ple who week in and week out do the bins and make sure we leave the club­house tidy and to those who help in the kitchen each and ev­ery bar­be­cue day preparing and serv­ing the meals and clean­ing up af­ter­wards. A spe­cial thanks to Ed Connell, who tire­lessly puts the prize mark­ers and boxes out on the holes each and ev­ery Sun­day and who also runs around col­lect­ing them af­ter the game when peo­ple forget to bring them in, they all con­trib­ute to making my life eas­ier and en­sure the day and the club runs smoothly. A spe­cial thanks to Jodie Dixon and the staff, past and present, at Isis Town and Coun­try for run­ning our re­sults each week and for al­low­ing me to con­trib­ute a golf page to the pa­per and some sto­ries about the club as a whole. Merry Christ­mas and a happy new year to one and all. My last of­fi­cial act as cap­tain of the So­cial Golf Club was of­fi­ci­at­ing at the Pres­i­dent’s Day 3 Club Event where the play­ers are re­stricted to only three clubs in the bag in­clud­ing the put­ter, a chal­lenge for some but it seems a dod­dle for oth­ers. Len (I never win any­thing) Stal­lard with 30 won the day from Bob Champ­ney on 33 and Dave Durie on 34 along with 3 other play­ers. Len also took out the least putts with 12. The B Grade Ap­proach on the 1st was won by Mar­garet Den­nett and the A grade Near­est the Pin on the 1st by Dave Durie. Bob Walker won the B grade Long­est Drive with Domonic Mete tak­ing out the Com­bined Near­est the Pin on the 6th. The new com­mit­tee was sworn in with Chris Fitzsimons be­ing elected pres­i­dent, Len Stal­lard vice-pres­i­dent, Marg Den­nett sec­re­tary, Diane Row­ley trea­surer, Leigh Hart cap­tain, Col Den­nett vice-cap­tain and hand­i­cap­per all un­op­posed. Good luck for next year and con­grat­u­la­tions. There will now be a break from com­pe­ti­tion, which will re­sume on Jan­uary 10 at 7.30am.

GIN GIN GOLF CLUB

Re­sults from 18 Hole Stroke for event played on Tues­day, De­cem­ber 8, and spon­sored by Gin Gin Supa IGA Win­ner: Neil Kel­lie 68 Run Down: Alan Davies 70, Ron Beckey, Jim Man­der­son Snr 73 Other Scores: Kevin Shaw 74, Jim Man­der­son Jnr 76, Frank Gaffney 77, Daryl But­ler 78, Dave McKay 82, Steve Tim­mins 84, Brian Tobin 89, Bruce McCor­mack 95 Pin Shot 7 and 16: Kevin Shaw Ap­proach Shot 5 and 15: Neil Kel­lie Ap­proach Shots: 9 and 18 Alan Davies Long Putt: Bruce McCor­mack Putts: Bruce McCor­mack 29 Re­sults from 18 Hole 4B Ag­gre­gate Stroke Event for Ham and Tur­key Day played on Satur­day, De­cem­ber 12 Win­ners: Jesse Findlay and Daryl But­ler 143 Run­ners-Up: Scott War­ren and Jim Man­der­son Snr Run Down: Wayne Scott and Ross Ron­lund 153 Other Scores: Ge­off Bran­don and Scott Wal­lace 158, Peter Jenk­ins and Ivan Ke­une 159 Pin Shot 7 and 16: Scott War­ren 5.9 Long Putt: Daryl But­ler

Photo: Kea­gan El­der

HOLE-IN-ONE: Take a dif­fer­ent look at golf you might be sur­prised how much you will enjoy it.

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