Women’s golf:

The Tatura Guardian - - Sport - —W.O.F.

Hill Top spon­sored the twoplayer Mul­ti­plier Stable­ford event of nine holes, which was played by a good field of ladies.

This event pre­ceded the an­nual gen­eral meet­ing.

The Mul­ti­plier stable­ford game can be tricky for some; if your part­ner doesn’t score and you’ve parred the hole, the end re­sult is no score, so a for­giv­ing part­ner is es­sen­tial to a happy day.

Liz Mulc­ahy and Lois Rogers com­bined well to win the day with 33 points. Joan Hill and Wilma Saun­ders fol­lowed closely be­hind with 31 points.

Balls down-the-line went to Gail Woot­ton/Sh­eryl Cur­ran 30, Lyn Flett/Di Day 29, Josie De Ieso and Bev Roberts 28 points.

Lyn Flett won near­est-the-pin on the 14th hole, spon­sored by One4One Cafe´.

The An­nual Gen­eral meet­ing be­gan at 1 pm with a good at­ten­dance of ladies. All po­si­tions were de­clared va­cant.

Fran­cie Mark will con­tinue her good work for an­other year as pres­i­dent, with Liz Mulc­ahy as vice-pres­i­dent.

Terri Wange­man con­tin­ues as cap­tain with Bev Roberts be­ing wel­comed as vice-cap­tain.

Phyl Fid­des and Rita Fairchild were wel­comed on to com­mit­tee for the first time, join­ing Lyn Flett, Sue Turn­bull and Judy Baker.

Wilma Saun­ders and Deb Reilly both re­tired from com­mit­tee and were pre­sented with bou­quets of flow­ers for their val­ued ser­vice over many years.

On declar­ing the meet­ing closed, af­ter­noon tea of pas­sion­fruit iced sponge whipped up by pres­i­dent Fran­cie and other good­ies sup­plied by gen­er­ous mem­bers was en­joyed by ev­ery­one.

Sum­mer 4BBB pen­nant

Hill Top drew their match last week with Nu­murkah at Mooroopna and has the bye this week. Shep­par­ton is Hill Top’s clos­est ri­val on points and they will play each other in the fi­nal match at Val­ley View the fol­low­ing week, putting Hill Top in a must-win sit­u­a­tion, that is if Shep­par­ton had a win yes­ter­day.

Vet­er­ans Fi­nal

The fi­nal was played last Fri­day in per­fect weather be­tween Joan Hill and Liz Mulc­ahy.

Liz fin­ished the front nine two up and con­tin­ued to play steady golf for the re­main­ing holes, fin­ish­ing on the 14th hole with a par, after rolling in what looked a dif­fi­cult putt.

The gallery

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play­ers ad­journed to the club house for re­fresh­ments.

Wed­nes­day’s event

Early Start: 8.30 pm to 9 am hitoff. Stroke, Monthly Medal: spon­sored by Drum­mond Golf and New­ton’s Par­cel Ser­vice. Start of the sum­mer points: Draw sum­mer 4BBB Knock-out. Nine-hole com­pe­ti­tion: Stroke: Front Nine.

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