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The Sum­mit men’s bowls

VERY nice af­ter­noon for Satur­day’s so­cial bowls at the bowlo.

Thanks to Kurt for look­ing af­ter the bar and to our mem­bers who worked on the greens. Re­sult: Peter Ay­er­est, Ed­die Zanatta 22 v Pres­i­dent Robin, Brian Wil­mot 17.

Paul Zam­progno, Alex

Mat­ti­azzi 20 v Mar­garet

Har­vey, Lloyd Roberts 16.

Dale Barker, Eliseo Zam­progno 28 v Keith Mun­gall, Mick Mills 10.

This Satur­day will be a tro­phy af­ter­noon, names in by 12.30pm, thanks Bowlers. Happy Bowl­ing!

Dar­ling Downs vet­er­ans’ golf

ALLORA Golf Club hosted 63 play­ers in three-per­son am­brose on Mon­day.

Win­ners: J. Gadsby, W. Buck­ley and G. Cairns with 57 2/3 points.

Run­ners-up: P. Rad­cliffe, P. Hundt and E. Neilsen with 59 1/3 points.

Vets’ pins: G. Richter, hole in one. S. Rouse. J. Robin­son. D. Kath.

Ball run­down to 61 points. Com­ing events: Novem­ber 13 Millmer­ran Golf Club, sin­gle stable­ford, shot­gun start 9am; Novem­ber 20 Goom­bungee Golf Club, 4BBB stable­ford, shot­gun start 9am; Novem­ber 29 War­wick Golf Club sin­gle stable­ford, shot­gun start 9am.

Stan­thorpe golf

MAX Hunter had a field day last Satur­day when a good field set out to con­test a sin­gle stable­ford.

As Max was the spon­sor for the day, he rose to the oc­ca­sion by re­turn­ing the best score of the day, 43 points, as well as col­lect­ing the balls for the pin shot at 17 and the pro-pin at 1/10.

With three play­ers re­turn­ing a score of 42 points, the count­back gave first run­ner-up to Keith Jones and sec­ond run­ner-up to Kev Rowl­ing. Keith Allen set­tled for a ball in the run down with his 42 points.

Other pin shots were won by Aaron Sim­mers at 3 (with a birdie on the card) and Matt Water­worth at 12. Matt also held the pro-pin at 5/14.

Luke Rear­don rarely misses out on tak­ing balls away, col­lect­ing the pro-pin at 9/18 and the birdies nest at 2.

Ian Pick­er­ing had a good day on the course with a score of 41 to fea­ture in the run down.

The ladies event was a tie on 37 points, the count-back giv­ing the nod to Nikki Water­worth with Neta Thouard tak­ing run­ner up prize.

Rachel Hendry didn’t have one of her best rounds on the day but man­aged to win the ladies’ pin at 3.

No tak­ers for the pin at 12 but the ladies’ ap­proach at 17 went to the ladies win­ner, Nikki. There is only one more round to com­plete the Golfer of the Year event, that be­ing the monthly medal in a fort­night’s time.

Lead­ing scores in this year long com­pe­ti­tion are quite close and the fi­nal po­si­tions can be in­flu­enced by how well some mem­bers play in this last sin­gle com­pe­ti­tion.

Win­ners for both men’s and ladies’ sec­tions will be an­nounced at the Club Christ­mas party and awards night, Satur­day, Novem­ber 25, af­ter play on the day.

Sheet on the no­tice board for names if at­tend­ing for cater­ing pur­poses.

A num­ber of our se­nior play­ers (vet­er­ans) are play­ing in the Dar­ling Downs vets’ mixed four­somes cham­pi­onships at City Golf Club next Mon­day. Good luck to all at­tend­ing and some good news at the fin­ish. Next Satur­day is the Pierce Tro­phy, a mixed 4BBB stable­ford, spon­sored by the Peirce fam­ily.

Hop­ing for as many mixed teams as can be.

For those not paired in the mixed event, a 4BBB stable­ford will be played.

Time sheet for the event is on the board with tee-off from 11.30am.

PHO­TOS: CON­TRIB­UTED

LIT­TLE PLAY­ERS, BIG HIT­TERS: Ju­nior cricket was played on Satur­day with a heap of Gran­ite Belt kids in at­ten­dance.

The Sum­mit Bowls Club Ap­ple Blos­som shield win­ners (rom left) Quin­ton Stan­ley, Rob Capelli, Tyler Sweeney, Dar­ren Stan­ley and Paul Zam­progno.

Bowlers had a fantastic time at The Sum­mit Bowls Club Ap­ple Blos­som Car­ni­val on Oc­to­ber 29.

LEFT: Ladies’ cap­tain Lor­raine Evans with Stan­thorpe Golf Car­ni­val divi­sion 3 win­ner Rose­marie Faw­don (left). The car­ni­val, spon­sored by Mad­die’s Gift Gallery and City Golf Club, was con­tested by 171 golfers from 14 clubs and 171 golfers. A bril­liant car­ni­val en­joyed by all play­ers.

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