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Stan­thorpe Golf

MAX Hunter re­turned to form in win­ning the April monthly medal stroke com­pe­ti­tion with a re­turned nett score of 65 for the round.

His out­ward nine needed 43 strokes and in­cluded a 10 at hole 4 where the ball might have dis­ap­peared to look at the trains. The in­ward nine pro­duced the same score of 43 strokes for his round. Ob­vi­ously, Max prefers af­ter­noon golf to morn­ing golf. Also show­ing some form was Greg Yap, who claimed run­ner-up prize with a nett score of 66. Both play­ers have come to the no­tice of the hand­i­cap­per who will take the ap­pro­pri­ate ac­tion.

The ladies’ medal event was a bit more one-sided with Kay Webb win­ning with a nett 70. Kay’s front nine in­cluded a nasty 8 at the sec­ond hole but she re­grouped to come home in 45 strokes. Next best was Lyn Lud­low tak­ing run­ner-up prize with nett 75.

Ap­pre­ci­a­tion ex­tended to our spon­sor of the day, club cap­tain, Richard Rear­don.

Best gross for the day went to Scott Con­sta­ble with 76 for the round.

Ladies’ win­ner, Kay, also had low­est gross for the ladies with 94.

Ju­nior golfer, Matt Burgess, had least putts, need­ing 25 for the round.

Neta Thouard and Kay Webb shared the ladies’ putting hon­ours with 29 for the round. Aaron Sim­mers fi­nally won a pin shot with near­est to the pin at 3.

Stephen Kay held on to 12 and Len Leigh col­lected 17. He­len Jones took the ladies’ pin at 3 with no tak­ers for the rest. Dar­ryl Boekholt, Ian Har­vey and Max Hunter each col­lected a pro-pin on the day.

The birdies’ nest was shared three ways among Ian Har­vey, Matt Water­worth and Alan Ac­cu­rate.

In the run down, a ball to scores of nett 71 and bet­ter for the men.

Next Satur­day is a sin­gle stable­ford and spon­sor for the day is Madeline Jar­man. Tee-off from 11.30am and timesheet is on the board.

Sporters Golf

A GREAT day was en­joyed by all at our Mau­reen Bates Me­mo­rial Day on Sun­day. Win­ners for the day were Bren­don Barker and Peter Good­sir. Our thanks to Rex and fam­ily for the beau­ti­ful prizes sup­plied for Sun­day.

Sporters will tee-off be­tween 12-12.30 pm for the next three Sun­days due to Pen­nants. Hope to see you there on Sun­day af­ter­noon.

The Sum­mit Bowls

VERY nice af­ter­noon for Satur­day’s Tro­phy af­ter­noon played on a great green once again pre­pared by our hard-work­ing greens team. Jo McKaskil, Brian Wil­mot 21 v Mar­garet Har­vey, Dale Barker


Barry Mur­phy, Keith Mun­gall, Frank Tay­lor 19 v Ray Mat­ti­azzi, Ed­die Zanatta, Alex Mat­ti­azzi


Rod New­lands, Paul Zam­progno, Roberto 17 v Phil Davis, Ray Spiller, Mick Mills


Tro­phies went to Dale Barker, Barry Mur­phy, Phil Davis and Alex Mat­ti­azzi.

Lucky raf­fle win­ners were R J Spiller, Keith Mun­gall, Brian Wil­mot, Alex Mat­ti­azzi and Roberto.

Thanks to Pres­i­dent Robin for run­ning the bar and to our greens team also.

The Sum­mit fielded two teams at the Stan­thorpe Car­ni­val last Sun­day with all bowlers go­ing well.

Pres­i­dent Robin, Frank Tay­lor and Roberto fin­ish­ing in the money.

See you at the Bowlo on the week­end and happy bowl­ing.


IT WAS a beau­ti­ful morn­ing that was greeted by 65 parkrun­ners and walk­ers last Satur­day. Not as many parkrun­ners from our record last week but still wel­comed vis­i­tors from Bris­bane and Lis­more and also 15 per­sonal bests were achieved.

Great to see some reg­u­lars en­joy­ing the morn­ing – Troy Kemp 115 runs, Terry Dwyer 115 runs, Leanne Haynes 53 runs, James Fox 91 runs and also Kirsty Ir­win on 34 runs. Walk­ers are most wel­come at parkrun and can reg­is­ter at

A huge thanks goes to our vol­un­teers on Satur­day as you make parkrun hap­pen. Thanks to Amanda, Lucinda, De­clan, Harlen, Lyn, Stephen and Peter.


WRIG­GLE ROOM: Grem­lins player Ja­son Cobon tries to wrig­gle free from a tackle in their week­end tie with Toowoomba Brothers.

Grem­lins front rower Nick Rosen­grave gains some me­tres.

Michael Marini off­loads the ball for Stan­thorpe.

Jar­rod Ir­win takes the ball up field for the Grem­lins.

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