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In­door - The fi­nal rounds of the club cham­pi­onship pairs were played on May 30. Peter Billinghurst and Therese Bouteray b Eric Har­ri­son and Andrew McClean 7-5; Semi fi­nals Keith Hands and Bev Walker b Peter Billinghurst team: Bar­rie Price and Chris Van Helle­mond b Wayne Gam­ble and Hien Mack 13-7. Fi­nals Keith Hands team b Bar­rie Price team 8-5. The other club mem­bers en­joyed a night of triples and fours. Win­ners were teams skipped by Peter Bowles, 2nd Bruce Lan­nam, 3rd Neal Mikkelsen.



Nine-Hole — A beau­ti­ful sunny day at Fairview last Tues­day, but a lit­tle chilly. The course was in great con­di­tion for their hand­i­cap match­play semi-fi­nal with Sandie Knowl­son and Cath Ed­wards. Cath Ed­wards 2up and Anne MacDonald v Bev Brit­tain. Anne MacDonald 1up. Nett Divi­sion One: 1st Janet Horn 35, 2nd= Anita Kelly and Sandie Knowl­son 36 , 3rd Sharon Wil­lets. Divi­sion Two: 1st Viv Ben­nett 38,

2nd= Laraine Harder, Anne Ames and Chris­tine Mur­phy 40.

Vet­er­ans - May 31 was the last day for the Breast Can­cer ap­peal. The nine hole Fairview men’s vets ran a mixed pairs Cana­dian fours com­pe­ti­tion. 48 play­ers en­tered for a 9.15 am start. But frost caused a 35 minute de­lay to tee off. By

9.50am all play­ers were on the tee’s, the horn was sounded and play re­sumed in the best of con­di­tions. The main spon­sor for the day was Te Puna Farm­lands who do­nated prizes for the win­ner­sOther spon­sors were Heaven Te Puna, 4 Square Te Puna, Liquor Cen­tre Te Puna, Lau­rie and Mary-Anne Har­ris, Garry and Kath­leen Grammer. Janet Horn or­gan­ised a raf­fle. The pro­ceeds, along with all en­try fees, raised $600 for the Pink Rib­bon Can­cer ap­peal.


Womens — The weather was rea­son­able for golf on May 26 for the 18 hole ladies, and al­though the sched­uled com­pe­ti­tion was Four­ball Best Ball sec­ond round, most of their matches could not be played due to the pre­vi­ous Wed­nes­day’s first round matches be­ing post­poned be­cause of aw­ful weather. The Satur­day play­ers have to wait un­til June 2 when Wed­nes­day first round matches will have been played, and they know who their op­po­nents will be in the sec­ond round. How­ever, one match was played — Sarah Tom­sett/ Chris O’Con­nell won against Jackie Rob­son/ Phillipa Harvey on the 16th hole. There was a sta­ble­ford hag­gle for the rest of the field: Niria Ger­bich 38 points; Kathy Ash­ton 36; Nan Hog­gard, Michelle Libby 33.

On May 27 Jackie Rob­son, Michelle Libby, Su­san Mus­tard and Shoneen Dun­ning rep­re­sented Waihi in the third and fi­nal Week­end Play­ers’ Match­play pen­nant at Omanu, which was won by Tau­ranga with 151 ag­gre­gate points, Te Puke 148.5, Waihi and Omanu 145. It was a freez­ing morn­ing on May 30, with frost on the ground that soon dis­si­pated in the bril­liant sun­shine. A sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion was played by those not in­volved in Four­ball Best Ball matches. Lead­ing scores: Jenny Gal­laugher 38 points; Diane Lewis, Nan Hog­gard 37; Anke Her­manns­dor­fer 36; Sarah Tom­sett, Bev Ire­land, Mar­garet Lecky 35.

Twos: Diane Lewis on 15. Four­ball Best Ball first round match re­sults, some hav­ing al­ready been played prior to the spec­i­fied date: Jenny Gal­laugher /Jessie Gear b Nan Hog­gard/ Jenny O’Dwyer; Nancy Ross/Jac­quie Bain b Pat Hay/ Denise McCon­non; Michelle Libby/ Kathy Ash­ton b Kay Mar­shall/He­len Tidswell; Jackie Rob­son/Phillipa Harvey b Heather White/Rae Wright; Gay Bain­bridge/Shoneen Dun­ning b Avon Gor­don/Sally Grind­lay; Karen Lee/ Penny Joyce b Rae Brown/Adri­enne Lynch. The sec­ond round must be played up to and in­clud­ing June 20. Soul Beauty Rooms Player of the Week: Niria Ger­bich.

Nine Hole — There were 36 play­ers in the field on May 29, en­joy­ing the sun­shine fol­low­ing a frosty morn­ing, and there were ex­cel­lent scores in the sta­ble­ford com­pe­ti­tion. Ladies — Divi­sion 1: Lor­raine Meyer 24 points; Yvonne Stack 20; Raewyn Bail­lie, Jean Cot­ter­ill 17. Divi­sion 2: Kay Lane 20; Jeanette Cul­ton, Pat Burr, Sue Ryan 17. Men: John Mur­phy 20; Brian War­ren 18; Tony Skel­ton, Mau­rice Drum­mond 17. Twos: Raewyn Bail­lie.

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