Last week was closing day for the Tuesday women golfers. The competition on the day was a 5/4/3/ stableford event and was played in teams of three. The winning team was Diana Robertshawe, Chris Player and Mary Weston. Next was the team of Lesley Hosking, Sharon Wiggins and Jenny Cory, closely followed by the team of Viv Nyssen, Fran Fuller and Beryl Patterson. Nearest to the pins were won by Chris Thomson and Chris Player. Sheryl Painter was the longest putt. The evening ended with prizegiving followed by the AGM. with trophy oresentations for 2018 to follow. Team winners: First — All the Presidents Men team with a Net 58 included Bob Burns, B Plank, Richard Brooker and Vet’s secretary Mike Corkin. 2nd — Make America Great Again team of Roger Menzies, Murray Stanley, Peter Coles and Grant Birch with a Net 59.25. 3rd — Long Putters team of Dave Mansell, Terry Brighouse, Eddie Hawke and Dave Nixon with a net 59.5. 4th — Malcolm’s Troup team with a net 75 made up of Malcolm Munro, Tony Seavill, Graham Woodcock and Tony Rutledge. 5th — De Jona team — John Chapman, John Mather, John Roberts and Dennis Tito a net of 61. 6th — Three Farmers and One Wiseman Ttam made a net of 61 and involved Les Wraight, Dick Fraser, Martin Bull and Geoff Burton. 2018 Trophy Presentations went to: Barry Nicholl Cup (Single Match Play) — Martin Bull. Runner-up Bob Burns. Barry Nicholl Plate — Hayden Baker. Roy Mexted Trophy (Pairs Combined Net Match Play) — Peter Coles and John Mather. Runner-up Bob Burns and Dick Fraser. Len Murphy Salver — stableford best 6 of 9 on set dates — shared by Geoff Burton and Bob Cope. Geoff Jaine Trophy (All Irons Day) — Tony Seaville. Ray Trainer Cup — John Jacobs. Barney Peacock Trophy (Net Medal — best 3 of 4 rounds) — Les Wraight for his score of 203. Ecclectic: Gross Seniors Bob Burns 57 from Les Wraight 58 and Selwyn McLennan 59; Juniors Gary Baird 71, Doug Cullen and David Mansell 72. Handicap Selwyn McLennan 51.5, Les Wraight 52 and Peter Coles 54.5. December 5 Christmas Hamper Day sponsored by Central Motor Group on Tauhara.