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Omoko­roa — The Omoko­roa Bowl­ing Club held the Aussie Butcher-spon­sored Open Men’s Fours (Hams) tour­na­ment on Novem­ber 13.

Re­sults: 1st Tau­ranga South: De­nis Dun­can, Trevor Pow­ell, Brian El­lett, Stu Owen 4W+ 42: 2nd: Mount Maun­ganui: Ted Schis­cka, Athol Pre­ston, Rob­bie Wat­son, Roger Roberts 4W+ 28: 3rd: Te Puke: Alan Brown, Wayne Dug­more, Keith Grafas, Ron Par­ton 4W+19: 4th: Matua: Peter Keaney, Harry Burggraff, Bill Brown, Rob­bie Ste­wart

3W + 26: 5th: Mount Maun­ganui: John Si­mons (R), John Si­mons, Mau­rice Hickey, Don Shand 3W + 25: 6th: Mount Maun­ganui: Alan Jones, Kevin Max­field, Keith Arthur, Reg Archer 3W + 12. Af­ter­noon Prize: Waihi: Noel Rea, Tom O’Fla­herty, Matty Matich, Dave How­ell 2W + 3.

Katikati — The Op­tional Hand­i­cap Sin­gles for the An­drew’s Plate was played at the Ka­ti­akti Bowl­ing Club 14th Novem­ber 1, Hugh Mal­one 4 1/2 wins +36. 2nd Alan Bur­well 4 wins +16. 3rd Neville Canute 4 wins +16. 4th Donna Wit­ten 3 1/2 wins +19. 5th Ge­orge Fabling 3 1/2 wins

+9. Ladies Cham­pi­onship Pairs ( Myra Faulkner Tro­phy ) played Novem­ber 17-18. Win­ners Raewyn Bur­well & Hien Mack R/U Joy Scott & He­len Board.



Fairview Ladies — The weather turned out per­fect on Novem­ber 13, af­ter tor­ren­tial rain the day be­fore and the course was in ideal con­di­tion for the ladies 18-hole Shoot Out. This was a once a year event where all par­tic­i­pants are given a num­ber, which they then mark on their ball and greens marker. Three ref­er­ees are as­signed to keep the scores of each player.

Once the game starts one player drops out on each hole, de­ter­mined by the player with the high­est nett score or by putt off or chip off, up to the ref­eree. On the last hole it is a match be­tween the re­main­ing two play­ers that de­cides the win­ner.

The win­ner was Jill Cham­bers with run­ner-up Ros­alie Wrathall. Joyce Sher­wan was third, with Mar­garet DeaneFree­man, fourth.

Nine Hole — The 9-hole ladies started their sum­mer com­pe­ti­tion on Novem­ber 13 with a stable­ford round on the back nine holes. De­spite hav­ing very heavy rain the day be­fore and over night the course was in great con­di­tion and the weather lovely. Re­sults: Divi­sion One 1st Mary Fur­ness 21 2nd = Anita Kelly and Sue Couper. Divi­sion Two 1st Kath­leen Gram­mer 18, 2nd = Heather Ben­der and Pat Pep­per.

Vet­er­ans — Eigh­teen nine hole vets teed off at 8am last Thurs­day at Fairview Golf Club to play the front 9 holes in a stable­ford com­pe­ti­tion. The weather was good with a lit­tle wind, the fair­ways and greens be­ing in ex­cel­lent or­der, thanks to the green keeper and staff. The hid­den hole was won by Clive Lock. The win­ning player with 23 stable­ford points was Paul Black­ford. Sec­ond place went to Alan Part­ing­ton with 22 points, third place was shared by Jim Black­burn and Bruce War­den with 21 points, then there was three play­ers all with 20 stable­ford points. This made for a tight fin­ish. Waihi

Top Cat/Top Dog — There was a great turnout of mem­bers on Novem­ber 10 for Clos­ing Day and Top Cat/Top Dog fi­nal. With 85 in the field, the starters sent the play­ers out to mul­ti­ple tees for a shot­gun start. The course was in su­perb con­di­tion and there were many out­stand­ing scores. Dur­ing the sea­son, women and men who had earned the weekly Player of the Week ti­tles qual­i­fied for Top Cat and Dog fi­nals on Clos­ing Day, played with the rest of the field in a nett com­pe­ti­tion. Waihi Beach Soul Beauty Rooms spon­sored the women’s awards through­out the sea­son, and Katikati Panel­works & Car Painters spon­sored the Men’s Sec­tion.

In the fi­nal, Kay­lene Cro­ker with a mas­sive 58 nett won the Top Cat ti­tle, run­ner up Kay Mar­shall 67. Brian Robin­son won the Top Dog ti­tle with an im­pres­sive 63 nett, run­ner-up Norm San­der­son 66.

Clos­ing Day Hag­gle re­sults: Women — nett win­ner: Kay­lene Cro­ker 58. Run­ners up: Kay Mar­shall 67; Jacquie Bain, Bev Ire­land 68; Carol Leary 69; Jenny Gal­laugher, Liz Hale, Michelle Libby 70; Adele Gun­ning, Des­ley Ro­se­vear, Jackie Rob­son 71; Sharon Dea­con, Susie Goodall, He­len Baynes 72; Jessie Gear, Nan Hog­gard, Shoneen Dun­ning

73; Rae Wright, Robin Zin­zan, Wendy Matuti­novich 74. Men — Divi­sion 1 nett win­ner Brian Robin­son. Run­ners up: Norm San­der­son, Mick Goodall 66 nett; Graeme Parkin­son, Mur­ray Fraser, Wil­son McGil­livray, Mark Bryant, Ed­die Evans 67; Peter Wright, Ross Sayer, Allen Sar­jant, Rus­sell Ber­ridge 69; Brian Baynes, John Libby, Phil Treve­nen 70; Nigel San­der­son, Terry Ger­bich, Tim Parish 71; Andy Roche

72; Grant Rob­son, Wayne Bri­er­ley, Don Oliver 73; Frank Van Hat­tum (Re­muera) 74. Divi­sion 2: John New­ton 65; Ray Fisher 66; David Mor­ris, Des Johns, Chris Hale 67; Don Bain, Richard Taitoko 68; John Drent, Dave Camp­bell, Alex

Tees­dale70; Trevor Coombes 71; Lew Sayer, Tom Row­botham 72; Mau­rice Joyce 73; Rex Knight, Mike Matuti­novich, Bob Hog­gard, Rodger Bagshaw 74. Twos: Kay Mar­shall, Carol Leary, Graeme Parkin­son, Ken Pur­cell, Phil Treve­nen, Lew Sayer, John New­ton, David Mor­ris, Trevor Coombes.

Top Dog and Cat 2018 Brian Robin­son and Ky­lene Cro­ker.

The win­ners of the Fairview Ladies 18-hole shootout.

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