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Golf Stan­thorpe

JU­NIOR golfer, Billy Webb, pro­duced one of his bet­ter rounds to win the monthly medal stroke event last Satur­day. His front nine was very con­sis­tent but a one over par 37 on the back nine closed out the com­pe­ti­tion af­ter a score of 83 off the stick for nett 62 was re­turned.

Not to be out­done, Keith Allen also pro­duced one of his best rounds, 86 gross for nett 63 to claim run­ner-up. A costly 7 on the 10th hole was not very help­ful for Keith. Mark Hendry had the best gross score of 75 on the day and best putting went to the win­ner, Billy Webb, 26 for the round.

Pin shots went to Aaron Sim­mers at 3, Gra­ham Tonkin at 12 and Terry Roser at 17. Pro-pins were claimed by Bill Pyne at 1/10, Matt Water­worth at 5/14 and Trevor Lud­low at 9/18.

Nikki Water­worth won the ladies medal and the best ladies gross score, 90 off the stick for nett 62. An­nelle Bat­ter­ham col­lected run­ner-up prize with nett 73. Rachel Hendry had least num­ber of putts, 28 for the round.

Lyn Lud­low claimed the pin shot at 3 and Nikki Water­worth had best ap­proach at 17.

Thanks to the spon­sors of the day Aqua Ru­ral Sup­plies for putting up the prizes and for par­tic­i­pat­ing in the day’s com­pe­ti­tion.

The men’s run down went to nett 68 and the ladies to nett 76.

Next Sun­day is the men’s and ladies’ four­somes cham­pi­onships. The event is to be played over 36 holes and com­pe­ti­tion gets un­der way from 9.30am af­ter Sporters. Any mem­ber not play­ing in the Four­somes who could as­sist with bar du­ties for a few hours on Sun­day morn­ing would be ap­pre­ci­ated.

Next Satur­day is the Lau­rie and Val New­ley Me­mo­rial day, a sin­gle stable­ford. The day will be spon­sored by the New­ley fam­ily. Tee off from 11am and the time sheet is on the board.

Bowls Stan­thorpe

WELL who wouldn’t want to be a bowler?

Ideal con­di­tions on well pre­pared greens for both the Ladies Gala on Wed­nes­day and so­cial bowls on Satur­day.

First to Wed­nes­day’s Gala Day as teams from War­wick, South­ern Cross, Ten­ter­field, Texas, Tan­ny­morel and Stan­thorpe ar­rived to a very cold wel­come which soon be­came a great win­ters day.

Some spec­tac­u­lar bowl­ing took place over both games with the even­tual win­ners be­ing War­wick with Ten­ter­field a close sec­ond. The multi draw raf­fle dur­ing af­ter­noon tea say many happy win­ners.

On Satur­day, again in ideal spring con­di­tions, there was a game of triples and a game of 3 bowl pairs.

Win­ning the triples was the team of Val White, Pat Cooke and the birth­day boy Remo Zeppa over Brian Brown, Rocky Thomp­son and Pat Cooke (17/13).

In the pairs, Jeff Aldridge and Mary Zeppa just got up against John Cooke and Nev Grace (20/17) hard to get 4 shots with 1 bowl hey John.

Raf­fle win­ners were John Cooke and the crip­pled Pres­i­dent Justin.

Birth­day wishes to both

Ernie Jones and Remo Zeppa.

Twi­light Triples is get­ting closer as is the Fast Fours on Septem­ber 29. Good prize money on of­fer for both events. Phone 0409 447 422.

The Sum­mit

PER­FECT spring af­ter­noon for bowls last Satur­day with four games of 3 bowl pairs played on the “Lew Breen” green pre­pared by Erol Moss to per­fec­tion.

Game one; Pres­i­dent Parker, Quin­ten Stanley 19 v Keith Mun­gall, Paul Zam­progno 17.

Game two; Brian “Crys­tal” Brown, Frank Tay­lor 22 v Chris Strat­ford, Tony Schubert 13.

Game three; A. Zam­progno, David Stib­bard 23 v Phil Davis, Owen O’Brien 11.

Game four; Chris Tremel­lan, Robert Capelli 16 v Joe Straat­man, Brian Wil­mot 13.

Good to see Michael Surch sub­bing for “But­ter­fly” and play­ing very well.

Also, Tyler, Michael Sweeney and Mossie fill­ing in for some ends dur­ing the af­ter­noons drink breaks.

Tro­phy win­ners on the day went to Chris Strat­ford, pres­i­dent Robin Parker and lucky raf­fle win­ners, Brian “But­ter­fly” Wil­mot, Phil Davis “Crys­tal” Brown and Frank Tay­lor.

Thanks to all helpers on the af­ter­noon and wel­come to new bowler Chris Tremel­lan who kept “The Mighty” Joe Straat­man Hon­est dur­ing play.

This Satur­day the Bowlo is hold­ing an open 2 bowl triples – 50 points in 10 ends match af­ter­noon, great fun for­mat with good prizes on of­fer. Names in by 12.30pm.

Bowls pro­gram:

Satur­day, Septem­ber 9 the 2 bowl open triples – 50 points match tro­phy af­ter­noon

Satur­day, Septem­ber 16 – So­cial bowls

Tues­day, Septem­ber 19 – The turkey money triples

Satur­day, Septem­ber 23 and Sun­day, Septem­ber 24 – Pres­i­dents Pairs

Satur­day, Septem­ber 30 – Sur­prise Tro­phy af­ter­noon

Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 7 – 7 Zone 3 di­vi­sion one pen­nant fi­nal and so­cial bowls

Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 14 – A and B pairs, club drawn tro­phy af­ter­noon

Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 21 – Ap­ple Blos­som warm up

Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 22 – Work­ing bee at the bowlo from 8.30am

Satur­day, Oc­to­ber 28 and Sun­day, Oc­to­ber 29 – The 2017 Ap­ple Blos­som Sum­mit pairs and fours tour­na­ment

Happy bowl­ing every­one and see you at the 2 bowl open triples – 50 points match af­ter­noon on Satur­day.

Parkrun

MORE than 50 run­ners and walk­ers at­tended parkrun in what was a beau­ti­ful morn­ing by the creek. Vis­i­tors from Bris­bane and the Gold Coast were there and it was great to see so many first timers to our event, so wel­come Danielle Rig­den, Damien Pitts, Tris­tan Bloom­field, Karin Tracey, and Deb­o­rah Davis. As al­ways parkrun op­er­ates through great vol­un­teers ev­ery week so a big thank you to Hay­den Os­balde­ston, Karen and Terry Dwyer, Julie, Han­nah and Chelsea Deb­nam, So­phie and Glen Brunck­horst, Sav Gi­ammat­tei and Kim Micke.

Darts Stan­thorpe RSL

TOP Flights d RSL West 6-3. High­est score: 140 Steve. High­est peg out: 85 Dar­ryl. Best player: Dar­ryl. 3 peg 3 tons.

CC d Bel­lamy 7-2. High­est score: 125 Bobby. High­est peg out: 48 Calum. Best player: Reeces. 5 peg 4 tons.

Jag­gers d Dou­ble Vi­sion 7-2. High­est score: 140 David. High­est peg out: 54 San­dro. Best player: Tod. 3 peg 4 tons.

Rebels d CC2 7-2. High­est score: 140 Elliott. High­est peg out: 51 John. Best player: Elliott. 4 peg 5 tons.

Out­siders win by for­feit 5-0.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

PLAY­ING TO WIN: MIT Jets/Grem­lins won against Goondi­windi in the semi fi­nals on Septem­ber 2.

Grem­lins Un­der 16s lost against Col­le­gians in their semi fi­nal.

In­ter and United player's bat­tle for the ball.

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