Ladies GOLF

Moorina Golf Club Wins Barclay Shield


Moorina Golf Club fought gallantly to secure a well-deserved victory in the Barclay Shield at Ulverstone Golf Club. The team of Diane Rattray, Tania Thompson, Lyn Mullins and Colleen Krushka won the team foursomes event with a net score of 151. Thirlstane Golf Club placed second on a count-back behind Moorina and one stroke in front of Llanherne Golf Club in third on 152. Thirlstane Golf Club was represente­d by Liz Sumpton, Glenda MacDonald, Pat Timmerman and Wendy Richardson. While Llanherne was represente­d by Lynda Targett, Pam Richardson, Mercedes Ellis and Sue Richardson. The day’s best 18-hole nett was presented to Llanherne Golf Club’s Lynda and Pam on 73½. The Llanherne pair finished half a stroke in front of Moorina’s Golf Club’s Diane and Tania on 74. Pauline Pearson from the Riverside Golf Club has been declared the overall winner of the Internatio­nal Bowl, winning by one stroke from Mary Snooks of Prospect Vale. The state-wide event supports the Women’s Australian Open and as winner, Pauline will be supplied with season passes and associated cocktail and proam spots. In the A-grade silver division, Prue James from Port Sorell won with seven-under and Raylene Taylor of Bridport was runner-up on six-under. The B-Grade bronze one division, Pauline won with nine-under ahead of Denise Morgan of Sheffield, Ulverstone’s Ros Dabner and Longford’s Toni Burton all on six-under. In the C-Grade bronze two division, Mary was eight-under and won by one stroke from Louise Gatenby of Longford at seven-under. Ulverstone Golf Club’s Sarah Johnstone won the Tasmanian Business Women’s Open title. The 26-year-old took out this year’s championsh­ip at Wynyard Golf Club with a four-over-par round of 75. Sarah defeated her nearest rival Georgia Milbourne from the Tasmania Golf Club by two strokes on 77 (+6). Third place went to Port Sorell Golf Club’s Sharon Crowden who returned a round of 83 (+12). The club teams event was won by the host club defeating Ulverstone by seventeen strokes. Wynyard’s Sue Young and Di Gray combined for a nett total of 130 with Rosemay Paton and Sarah representi­ng Ulverstone.

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L-R, Colleen Krushka, Tania Thompson, Lyn Mullins and Diane Rattray
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