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Club Cham­pi­onships and June Monthly Medals The much needed and very wel­come rain also had the un­for­tu­nate re­sult that the Club Cham­pi­onships and Monthly Medals for June were washed out, so no re­sults for Satur­day’s games. This also means that those events will now be played this Satur­day. Sadly some of our lead­ing play­ers will be un­avail­able for that day. Again, the start­ing time has been set at 11.30am to en­able time for pre­sen­ta­tions at the close of play. A re­minder: please bring a plate for an af­ter-game snack.


The Thurs­day June Monthly Medal was won by Vicki McAu­lay with nett 74 from Co­ralie Vol­gyesi on 76. Vicki (1,85m) also claimed the ap­proach shot. This Thurs­day mem­bers will de­ter­mine the com­pe­ti­tion be­fore hit-off. As recorded in the notes above, the washed out Club Cham­pi­onship and June Monthly Medal events will now be played this Satur­day. Please bring a plate for an af­ter-game snack. Re­mem­ber: Hit-off at 11.30am


Vets en­joyed a sin­gle sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion on Tues­day. Niel Rieck left ev­ery­one in his wake with siz­zling 39 points to be the A Divi­sion win­ner from Marg Den­nett on 33, 2nd on a count­back from Keith Rule placed third. B Divi­sion was won by Ted Buck­land with a steady 36 points from Ben Van Der Valk on 35, with Jen­nifer McKay on 32, third on a count­back from Co­ralie Vol­gyesi. Bill Cowan (0.74m) won the Com­bined ap­proach on 4&13; Nigel Radin (0.37m) the Men’s ap­proach on 1&10; Jen­nifer McKay (0.73m) the Ladies’ ap­proach on 6&15. Niel Rieck and Ted Buck­land led the Chook Run each with 28 nett from Ed Con­nell on 29 and Larry Per­shouse won the spin with 34 nett. Next Tues­day, see you there for the par com­pe­ti­tion.

Isis Ju­nior Car­ni­val

A highly suc­cess­ful Ju­nior Car­ni­val was held on the course on Sun­day. Over 70 play­ers from across the Wide Bay and Capri­cor­nia com­peted, with a range of com­pe­ti­tions for the 18 hol­ers; the 13 hol­ers; the 9 hol­ers; the 6 hol­ers; and even a com­pe­ti­tion for the 3 hole play­ers. The or­gan­is­ers de­serve high praise for the well-run, highly ef­fi­cient man­age­ment of the com­pe­ti­tion and for the splen­did ar­ray of food from early morn­ing through to lunch.


Un­forunately rain can­celled many of the Childers re­gion sport­ing events, mean­ing there are no re­sults from some sports.


LOVELY GREENS: The Isis Golf Club is keen for prospec­tive and vis­it­ing golfers to give them a try.


WEL­COME: The Gin Gin Golf Club wel­comes new mem­bers to visit.

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