Plug picks up the Tuesday honours
MOSSMAN Golf Club’s Tuesday event sponsored by the Court House Hotel was won by Robert “Plug” Young with 38 points on a count-back to Bruce Cheesman and in 3rd place Bernie Boon 35 on a count-back to Bill Allison.
NTP’s – John Cameron, Bill Allison, Rick Herschell, Ian Johnson and Simon Nelson.
Wednesday’s nine hole stableford event was won by Rod Donovan with 22 points ahead of Peter Titus-Reese 21. NTP’s – John Cameron and Ron Laybutt.
The Ladies Thursday event was won by Lucy Giles with 37 points ahead of Bette Wells 36, and in 3rd place Liz Green 35 on a count-back to Rachael Byrne.
NTP’s – Treveen Page, Kerri-Lynn Williams, Julie Hooker and Tricia Landy.
The very popular Friday nine hole Mossman Butchering Steak Bash was won by Peter Mckeown with 23 points ahead of Matty Smith 21.
The Presentation of Championship trophies was held on Friday night, with Club Champion Wayne Christensen travelling from Emerald for the event. Club Person of the Year was awarded to Alec Ford.
Men’s A Grade Champion Wayne Christensen, B Grade Dennis Blake, C Grade Mal Phillips. Nett Champion Bernie Boon, Senior Champion Charlie Kadic, Super Senior Mal Phillips. Junior Champion Nick Scomazzon.
Medal of Medals winner Peter McKeown, Tuesday Champion John Carney. Foursomes Champions Bernie Boon and Elijah Boon. Mixed Foursomes Champions Kim Edwards and Keith Gard.
The FNQ District Ladies Division 3 Brooch was won by Lisa Smith.
Ladies Champion Judy Kraidy, Div 1 Champion Shirley Carney, Div 2 Judy Kraidy, Div 3 Bette Wells.
Senior Champion Shirley Carney, Saturday Medal of Medals Judy Kraidy, Thursday Medal of Medals Pris Freeman. Thursday Ladies Champion Glenda Christensen, Saturday Ladies Champion Shona Barbour.
Ladies Eclectic winner Judy Kraidy. Ladies Matchplay Champion Carly Jack.
On Saturday the Men’s event was won by Warren Bishop with 40 points on a count-back to Steve Leak and in 3rd place Bill Allison 39 on a count-back to Bret Deuble.
NTP’s – John Norris, Dan Hober, Steve Leak, A. Milani and S. Karafilis.
Ladies event was won by Pris Freeman 36 points ahead of Glenda Christensen 34.
NTP’s – Tricia Landy and Annabel Kuik.
On Sunday, Mossman hosted the fourth round of the FNQGA Pennant with 120 players enjoying perfect conditions, with wins to Mossman in A Grade, B Grade and C Grade.