Hud­dle wins monthly medal

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport - — Foo­zle

The GMCU­month­ly­medal for July was won by Jeff Hud­dle with a round of 86-17-69, with Trevor Allen run­ner-up in B-grade with 91-18-73.

Bryan Miller won A-grade with 84-14-70 on a count back from Steve Zolich, who had 80-10-70.

Col Bar­low had 71, Garry Reese, Terry O’Brien and Fred An­drews 73, John Fan­ning, Steve Haigh, Les Walsh and Brad Deane 74, and Bruce Gross and Gra­ham Smith 76 on count back for a ball.

John Steen won near­est­the-pin on the third hole, spon­sored by Lewis Homes, Steve Zolich won on the sixth (Tatura Post Of­fice), Bob Wildes won on the ninth (Tatura En­gi­neer­ing) and Bruce Gross won on the 14th (A-1 Freight).

Jan Coe won the women’s com­pe­ti­tion with 95-15-80 on a count back from Robyn Downs with 97-17-80 and Bev Roberts with 104-24-80.

Coe won near­est-the-pin on the third, Downs won on the sixth and Sh­eryl Curran won on the ninth.

Dar­ren Carter won the or­der of merit and a meat voucher from Tatura Fam­ily Butcher, with a to­tal of 169 stable­ford points scored on Satur­days in June.

Jody Web­ber was run­nerup with 167 and Rocco Barca was third with 159.

Sun­day

The med­ley four-ball stable­ford was won by Ron Pop­ple and Bev Roberts with 43 points ahead of run­ner­sup Jeff and Judy Baker on 41.

Pop­ple and Roberts scored seven three-point­ers and 11 twos and were on the card nine times each.

Bob and Heather Wildes won a ball each for their 40 points and near­est-the-pin tro­phies went to Jeff and Judy Baker on the third hole, Brian Coe on the sixth, Bob Wildes on the ninth and Ron Pop­ple and Heather Wildes on the 14th.

Win­ter pen­nant

With one round of matches to be played, two Hill Top teams are fight­ing for a place in their fi­nals.

Di­vi­sion two de­feated top team Nu­murkah 3-2 at Co­bram-Ba­rooga and is now level with them on 12 points.

Garry Reese had a whop­ping 7-5 win, Steve Haigh won 3-2 and Matt Miller won 4-3, but Brad Deane lost 6-4 and Drew Cur­tis was one down.

The di­vi­sion five team lost to Shep­par­ton 4-1 with cap­tain Dave Corn­wall the only win­ner and that was on the 19th hole.

Hamish Roberts lost 5-3, Dan Miller -2/1, Ryan Lind­say -5/4 and Ty Guiney -2/1.

They need to de­feat Rich River at Nagam­bie this week to make the fi­nal.

Mid-week

Lou Villani won Tues­day’s stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion with 36 points andMichael Downs was run­ner-up with 35 on a count back.

Play­ing off a 25 hand­i­cap, Villani looked far from a win­ner af­ter hav­ing 13 points on the front nine holes, but he flew home with 23 points on the back which in­cluded three pars.

Ron Pop­ple won near­est­the-pin and con­so­la­tion balls went to Steven Haigh and Pop­ple 35 and Bryan Miller 33 on a count back.

Miller won on Thurs­day with 39 points off a 14 hand­i­cap de­spite wipes on the ninth and 16th holes.

He parred nine holes and birdied the 10th in a top­sy­turvy round but won from Clive Mer­ri­gan, who was run­ner-up with 38 on a count back.

Pop­ple again won near­est­the-pin and balls down-the­line went to Dave Corn­wall 38, Mick Mulc­ahy and Garry Reese 37.

IGA chook-run

Ge­off Coola­han won on Thurs­day with nett 33 and Sh­eryl Curran was run­ner-up with 35 on a count back.

In the ball run-down, Scott Carter and Paul New­man had 35, Jeff Hud­dle 36, Dale Clark 37, Garry Reese and Robyn Downs 38 and Jan Coe 39 on count back, while Ge­off Cool- ahan also won near­est-thepin.

Com­ing events

Cam and Bec Den­nis from Fri­ars Cafe´ in Shep­par­ton are cater­ing a two-course din­ner at Hill Top on Fri­day night.

There will be a main course and desserts with gluten-free op­tions.

The meal is avail­able af­ter happy hour, about 7.30 pm, and costs $35.

Book­ings are es­sen­tial. Book and pay at www.try­book­ing.com/ 403075 by Wednes­day. No late book­ings will be ac­cepted. Cathy Sibio will be play­ing and singing to pro­vide en­ter­tain­ment.

Sat­ur­day’s golf event is a two-per­son Am­brose with sep­a­rate events for men and women.

Shocker

Allan Mc­Grath fa­mously had trou­ble with his elec­tric buggy which ended up in the chan­nel be­hind the first green but, hav­ing grad­u­ated to a golf cart, he found more trou­ble on Thurs­day when he ran over a metal sign di­rect­ing carts away from the sixth green.

Bang went a back wheel tyre and Allan’s day was over. We wait to see what other form of golf trans­port Allan can find that will get him safely around the course.

Good game: Bev Roberts and Ron Pop­ple en­joyed their win on Sun­day.

July monthly medal­list: Jeff Hud­dle.

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