STUTTERHEIM ON ON ON THE CONGRATULATIONS
– On November 3, the golfers played in the MD Engineering golf day. The format was betterball Stableford.
The winners were Ryan Daniel and Brandon Hartley on 48 points. The runners-up were Jan Victor and Reece Daniel on 46 points. Third place went to Michael Dugmore and Reece Daniel on 45 points. Fourth place was taken by Eric Wylde and Greg Wylde on 44 points on a count out from Martin Flanegan and Mark Daniel. Closest to the pin on the
3rd/12th was Michael Dugmore and on the 9th/18th it was Buck King.
November 4, the country club hosted the Ladies’ Open on a gusty, windy day. Elze Nel finished on 38 individual Stableford points and Nicky Flanegan had 36 points. Third was Erin Barraud on 35 points. The longest drive was made by Hermien Jones. Closest to the pin on the
3rd/12th was Lusikhanya Piyaya. There was great excitement as Tracey Thesen made a hole-in-one on the
18th. Great fun was had by all the competitors.
November 3, the first cricket team played against Alberts from King William’s Town. Alberts batted first and made 179/9 in their allotted overs. Ryan Charlton and Nigel Maritz bowled well and each took a few wickets.
Stutterheim scored 185/4 with Kyle Blom (85) and Michael Dugmore (58 not out) being the mainstay of the innings.
Stutt won by six wickets.
October 27, 82 athletes, including numerous visitors, one all the way from Richmond, in the UK, completed event #209 in very warm conditions and amid a lot of noise from the bikers’ rally at the country club.
next Saturday, 74 parkrunners celebrated Stutterheim parkrun’s fourth birthday at event #210, on a beautiful, sunny morning – a far cry from the wet and muddy first event in 2014. Visitors from East London and London and a couple of first-timers came to help celebrate this milestone.
to Christell Snayers on her 50th parkrun and Greg Miles on his 200th run and 25th volunteering stint. Lex Palmer, Alupheli Matyana and
Asenathi Wapi completed their 10th parkruns to join the Junior Club.
MILESTONE: Christell Snayers, centre, completed her 50th parkrun at Stutterheim recently. Supporting her were, from left, Magdalena Jacobus and Hazel Govender