Sey­mour wins me­mo­rial bowl

Seymour Telegraph - - SPORT - Dave Pearce and Greg Pell. Sue McCall and Shirley Wright. Grat­tan and Sharon Cress­well.

took out B-grade with 98-21=77.

Sharon Cress­well also nabbed a near­est-the-pin.

There were the nor­mal com­pe­ti­tions at the club on Wed­nes­day.

In the women’s re­sults, Ricky Rick­man (15) had 40 points to win.

The ex­tra com­pe­ti­tion was the best nine-out score and that went to Shirley Wright with 18 points on a count back from Ricky Rick­man.

The ball pool went to Ricky Rick­man and Shirley Wright.

In the men’s com­pe­ti­tion, Bill Brock (13) had the best score of the day to win with 41 points.

The next best was Frank Am­brose with 40 points.

The near­est-the-pins went to Graeme Drum­mond on the sixth, Bill Stevens on the 12th, Sandy Cress­well on the 17th, while the fourth stayed with the club.

A score of 37 points was needed for a ball.

There was a good field for the mixed nine holes and Stubby Byrne (30) had the top score of 20 points to win.

The run­ner-up was Phil Block with 18 points.

Dun­can Chisholm had 14 points and Dawn Leece had 11 points to make up the ball pool on a count back.

Sat­ur­day was the fi­nal round of the Parker Plate with the course stand­ing up beau­ti­fully af­ter the much needed rain.

Dave Pearce (6) and Greg Pell (7) played an­other good round of golf to have +8 on the day and a to­tal of +18 for the two weeks to win the Parker Plate.

The best score on the day went to Phil Javis (17) and Dar­ren Cook (17) with +9.

The near­est-the-pin on the sixth was Gary Wright, the 12th was won by Gra­ham Kiper, the 17th by Phil Jarvis and the fourth once again stayed with the club.

Only the drive and pitch on the 15th was claimed and that went to Mark Foun­tain.

Teams needed a score of plus 8 to get a ball each.

In the women’s re­sults, Shirley Wright (17) and Sue McCall (18) had an­other stel­lar week to back up their form from last week, scor­ing +7.

This gave them an em­phatic vic­tory for the Parker Plate with a to­tal of plus 14 and also made them the win­ners in the daily re­sults.

The ball pool stretched to Glenda Woods and Paula Brit­ton who had +3 on the day.

The Fri­day so­cial nine holes this week is stroke on holes 6-16.

Sat­ur­day it is back to stroke for both the men and the women and it is the de­cid­ing round for the medal­lists of the year.

The men are also com­pet­ing for the De­cem­ber monthly medal.

On Sun­day, it is the Sey­mour Health char­ity golf day which is a four-per­son am­brose event that raises money for the hos­pi­tal.

It is an 11 am as­sem­bly for an 11.30 am hit off.

The teams can be any com­bi­na­tion and the event is open to any­one who wants to play be­cause a golf hand­i­cap is not es­sen­tial. The cost is $30 per per­son. En­tries can be dropped into the hos­pi­tal re­cep­tion, faxed to 5793 6335 or email de­tails to [email protected]­mourhealth .org.au

Women’s golf on Wed­nes­day was a stable­ford event.

A-grade win­ner was Irene Keogh with 36 points, while B and C-grade win­ner was Jane Bow with 28 points.

The nine-hole win­ner was Ronda Richards with 18 points.

Nagam­bie

Near­est-the-pin on the third was Moz Fowler and on the 16th was Richards.

The 18-hole balls went to Keogh (36), Richards (32) and Fowler (31), and the nine-hole balls went to Richards (18), Sue Verge (17) and Jo Goodacre (16).

To­day will be 4BBB stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion.

Thurs­day’s chicken run saw 16 play­ers brave the wet weather for stroke com­pe­ti­tion on the back nine.

The win­ner with 40-6-34 nett was Shaun Bryant, and near­est-the-pin was Shane McCormick.

To­mor­row will be par event to be played on the front nine with near­est-thepin on the eighth hole.

The pres­i­dent ver­sus cap­tain day at Nagam­bie pro­vided plenty of fun and laughs with the pres­i­dent’s team tak­ing the win by the small­est of mar­gins — 30.94 to 30.75 — mean­ing cap­tain Barry Cryer was $100 lighter at the bar cour­tesy of the de­feat.

The stable­ford event con­tested on the day threw up some rare, sel­dom oc­cur­ring and widely spaced out re­sults, with Jeff Mills and Shaun Bryant both scor­ing 37 points and need­ing to be sep­a­rated on count back.

Mills was the even­tual win­ner and was the most shocked of any­one in the club­house when the re­sult was read out.

In his acceptance speech he thanked his play­ing part­ners and was par­tic­u­larly sat­is­fied with beat­ing Bryant by such a small mar­gin.

Next best scores went to Dave Ful­lager with 36 and Jeff Lod­ding and Lind­say Hall on 35.

The near­est-the-pins went to Tim Bald­win, jam­ming one up to the eighth, Phillip Neville need­ing all his strength and a wood to reach the 13th, and Greg White­man manag­ing to hit one de­cent shot for the day on the 16th.

Sat­ur­day night was the club pre­sen­ta­tion which was a great suc­cess.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to all the tro­phy win­ners through­out the year and a spe­cial men­tion to Bill Le­vis­ton on achiev­ing a life mem­ber­ship — an achieve­ment ap­pre­ci­ated by the en­tire club.

Next week’s golf is a monthly medal as well as the first round of the sum­mer tro­phy.

On of­fice duty is D. Love and in the bar is B. Le­vis­ton.

Sey­mour Golf Club’s mens Parker Plate win­ners:

Sey­mour Golf Club’s womens Parker Plate win­ners:

Win­ning Jean Wallder Bowl team: Pam Jarvis, Dilva

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