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TUES­DAY VET­ER­ANS The vet­er­ans took to the west course for stable­ford on Tues­day, April 17. Lyle Her­rick,( known as ABC) had a win to­day with 38 points to take out A-grade. On a count­back with 34 points, Mau­rice Adams was the run­ner-up. B-grade win­ner with 39 points was Graeme Landy, fol­lowed closely by Tony Wouters with 37 points. Points this week went to Graeme Landy four, ABC Lyle three, Tony Wouters two and one point to Ross Ko­jak Lacy. Freddy Bar­ton, Jeff Lancaster and Basil Favaro each won near­est the pins. Balls down the line went to 30 points.WED­NES­DAY WOMEN On Wed­nes­day, April 18 the old course saw the women com­pete in stroke and putting, second round monthly medal, sil­ver spoon and medal day putting, first round E.F. Nether­sole Tro­phy and the Mona McLeod Brooch, with 48 women com­pet­ing. Gai Mitchel­son had a great day win­ning the monthly medal, the sil­ver spoon and the A-grade event. Run­ner-up in A-grade was Nu­murkah vis­i­tor Tracy Coul­son with 74 nett. Keep­ing a good eye on the hole to win the medal day A-grade putting was Jan Curran with 27 putts. He­len Ad­kins won the B-grade nett with 74 and the putting with 29 putts on a count­back. With 75 nett, Lor­raine Fox was the run­ner-up. Nancy Cope will still be smil­ing af­ter her C-grade win, which was on a count­back to Denise Har­ri­son, both with 82 nett, while 33 putts by Norma Her­bert won the C-grade. Down the line balls went to 79 nett on a count­back.

SU­PER VETS The su­per vets took to the old course for a stroke event last Wed­nes­day, with Norm El­liott vic­to­ri­ous with 35 nett. Balls down the line went to 37, with Graeme Landy scor­ing. Max Har­ri­son won the near­est the pin and Don Dodd won Gi­u­liana’s prize. There is no play to­day for the Su­per Vets.

THURS­DAY The men and women played stable­ford last Thurs­day on the west course with a field of 90 play­ers. A-grade win­ner was Bryan Eddy with 38 points, while on 39 points Dave Mathews took out B-grade. Near­est the pins were Jay­den Polo, Noel Milligan and Matt Geisler. Balls down the line: four to 38 points, three to 37, two to 35 and one to 33. Vis­it­ing golfer Kerri McKenna won the women’s event.

SATUR­DAY On Satur­day, the west course was the venue for the men’s monthly medal and third round of cham­pi­onships and the women’s stable­ford. Per­fect golf­ing con­di­tions greeted the golfers which was a huge con­trast to the pre­vi­ous Satur­day. En­joy­ing the con­di­tions to win the monthly medal and A-grade was Colin Rankin with 69 nett, a great re­sult off his hand­i­cap of 14. A-grade scratch win­ner was Chris Tom­lin­son with a gross score of 71. B-grade nett win­ner was Jeff Lancaster with 70. Dave Mathews took out the scratch with 92. Dale Casley was near­est the pin on the 13th, the money hole. Barry Gook, Mal Dick­son and Steve Carr won the fifth, eighth and 16th re­spec­tively. Balls down the line: four to 70 nett, three to 70, two to 74 and one to 77 nett. The women’s win­ner was Heather Miler with 34 stable­ford points.

MEN’S CLUB CHAM­PI­ONSHIPS The 2018 men’s club cham­pi­onships seeded groups will be played on Satur­day. C-grade 12.18 pm: Ash­leigh Tea­gle, John Ellis, Mal McKean and Frank Mess­ner. B-grade 12.26 pm: Mal Dick­son, Jon Milovitch, Michal Mitchel­son and Max Stew­ard. A-grade: 12.34 pm: Chris Tom­lin­son, Bryan Eddy, Ross Percy and Freddy Bar­ton.

SUN­DAY Sun­day’s med­ley stable­ford on the old course with per­fect weather brought out 36 play­ers to com­pete. It was great to see vis­it­ing Amer­i­can mem­ber Putz Zim­mer, on 38 points, win the men’s and brag­ging rights over his host, Freddy Bar­ton. Gai Mitchel­son con­tin­ued her win­ning streak to take out the women’s com­pe­ti­tion with 34 points on a count­back. Four balls went to 37 points, three to 36, two to 35, and one ball to 33 points.

SUN­DAY SLOMEN A nine-hole slomen comp stroke was played on Sun­day. Tiny Tim Nolan reached the top of the page with 35 nett to win A-grade. Ryan Con­nor took out B-grade with 36 nett. Balls to 39. Near­est the pin win­ners were Dana Nolan and Ryan Med­craft. Long­est drive went to Justin Munro and the NAGA was awarded to Brian Stan­ley. Next week: back nine, west course, 7 am to 8 am. Anzac Day com­pe­ti­tion to­day, med­ley stable­ford is for a shot­gun start at noon. It is not too late to en­ter. Phone the Pro Shop 5873 4372 be­fore 11 am.

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