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78 Golfers took part in a 4BBB Par
event on Saturday with the top four
pairs going into a Matchplay format
to decide the winner of the Allan Ed-
ney 4BBB Trophy.
Keith Finney and Mick Oliver
amassed a very good score of +11 to
win the day and be leading qualifiers
for the Allan Edney Trophy.
Runner-up was the team of Ian
Murchie and Allan Schache with +8.
The other 2 qualifiers were the
teams of Frank Gill and Phillippe du
Plessis with +7 and John Moor and
Rob Martin in a countback with +6.
They all received balls along with
the teams of Brett Windsor and Rod
Hopcraft, Doug Clemann and David
Vorwerg, Ian Debenham and Trevor
Rickard, Ryan Thomas and Rod
Brown, Geoff Sherman and Peter
Buttinger, Geoff McDonald and Peter
Walsh, John Dalton and Noel John-
son, Bryan Roylance and Nick Shaw
and Anthony Sparkes and Tom Wil-
NTPs were Denis Wallace on the
14th hole and Peter Hartigan on the
Next Saturday is a Stroke round
and Monthly Medal.
On Tuesday last week 62 golfers
contested a Stableford competition
with Antony Roberts producing the
best score of the day of 41 points to
win C Grade and the overall.
A Grade was taken out by Leroy
Sharrock with 38 points in a count-
back and John Simon was successful
in B Grade with 36 points.
DTL Balls were awarded to Geoff
Sherman, Frank Thomas, Rod
Brown, Richard Nelson, Craig Hams,
Marilyn Williams, John Eabry, David
Child, Andrew Henley, Neil Macken-
zie, Mark Anderson, Ron Findlay,
Grant McRitchie, Bert Borg, Will
Norden, Neale Gillin, Colin Bear and
NTPs were Ron Findlay on the 14th
hole and Geoff McDonald on the 16th.
Thursday was ‘Grab a Lefty’ Am-
brose day kindly sponsored by The
Winner with nett 55.875 was the
team of Kevin Castwood, Bill Bittle-
man, Neil Mackenzie and Frank
Runner-up was the team of Leroy
Sharrock, Mick Oliver, Keith Finney
and Wendy Parker with nett 56.375.
Third place was the team of Jan
and Ron Paice, John King and Jeff
Brewer with a nett 58.
DTL Balls were won by the teams
of Michael Thomas, Colin Bear, Al-
lan Schache, and Craig Hams, Peter
Hartigan, Trevor Moss, Chris Leaver
and Kevin Scott, Maryanne Gartner,
Rebecca Thomas, Karen Bear and
NTPs were Ian Murchie on the 14th
hole and Michael Thomas on the 16th.
There was also an individual Stabl-
eford competition for those not tak-
ing part in the Grab a Leftie competi-
tion and this was taken out by Ken
Smirk with 41 points.
Perfect weather and near perfect
golf was enjoyed by the Ladies in the
Par event last week.
Club vouchers were provided by
Jocelyn Howson for the grade win-
ners and Glenyce McRobert donated
a magnificent hamper for the raffle.
Of the 36 players in the field, seven
completed the round with a positive
Ann Blundy (17) won A Grade with
+2, not bad for someone not playing
Both B Grade and C Grade winners
have continued their steady form.
Alison Strong (28) won B Grade
again with +4 and Lianne Adamson
(36) was a clear leader in C Grade
It is pleasing to see that Lianne’s
handicap is continuing to reduce.
DTLs: Evelyn Indian +3, Libby
Seebeck, Shirley Welsford and Anne
Gibson +1, Maxine Eabry square,
Melinda Martin, Colleen Touzel,
Georgina Mitchell and Marea Ma-
her -1 and Glenyce McRobert, Trish
Owen and Jan Brownlie -2.
Dot Stubbs won the nearest the pin
on the 14th and Colleen Touzel on
Lianne Adamson was closest to the
flag, second shot on the 16th.
Noreen Williams (32) won the 9
hole competition with 20 points fol-
lowed by Fran O’Brien 16 and Marion
Chalmers 15 points.
Saturday February 25 Par
Winner: Rebecca Wilson (12)
DTLs: Wendy Parker -1, Di Williams
-3, Marg Berry -5 and Dot Stubbs -6
Despite the Men’s annual trip away,
there were good fields for each day of
play this week.
Col Stewart owned the mid-week
competitions, winning on Tuesday
with 37 points, then backing up with
a runner-up trophy on Thursday with
Lloyd Hemphill was most consis-
tent, losing the runner-up trophy on
Tuesday to Bruce Betts on a count
back, before taking out the Saturday
comp with viceaptain Peter Wilson
with a great 50 points between them.
Round of the week went to Daryle
Gregg for his Thursday score of 42
All players expected the pair of Col
Stewart and Bruce Betts to be run-
away victors in Saturday’s Col Hep-
pell 4BBB Qualifying event, however
they were beaten by eight strokes by
the pair of Peter Wilson and Lloyd
Hemphill scoring 50 points.
Reiner Kestenich was the unlucky
member to miss out on the members
Everyone should come out on a
Saturday from now on as the amount
is becoming very interesting.
Tuesday February 21: Single Stabl-
Winner: Col Stewart (23) 37 points,
runner-up: Bruce Betts (36) points
on a count back to Lloyd Hemphill
Nearest the pin: 2nd Reg Hannay,
11th Gavin Price.
Best 9: Lloyd Hemphill 19 points
Thursday February 23: Single Sta-
Winner: Daryle Gregg (23) 42
points, runner-up- Col Stewart (22)
Nearest the pin: 14th Bob McGeary
Best 9: Ron Findlay (19) 20 points
Saturday February 25: Col Heppell
Winners: Lloyd Hemphill/Peter
Wilson 50 points, runners-up- Brad
Wright/Paul Robinson 46 points on a
count back to Reg Hannay/Ross Bat-
DTLs: Reg Hannay/Ross Batton,
Winno Reilly/Bill Pratt 44 points,
Henry Mueller/Jeff Wilson 44 points.
Pro pin: Mat Vanboven
Nearest the pin: 2nd Reg Hannay
The club thanked the sponsor for
their generous donation.
MEENIYAN ladies have been out
and about this week arriving in
force at Woorayl to play in the Gena
The teams both missed out by one
point but Heather Poletti and Irene
Holm took out A Grade and B Grade
Heather scored 33 points (19) and
Irene scored 33 points (14). Heather
also won the raffle.
On Wednesday Heather scooped
the pool once again winning the tro -
phies donated by Janine Redpath
and Margie Roe.
Heather scored 35 points (19) and
thanked the sponsors for their con-
The other Heather, Heather Mc-
Caughan won Section 2 with 31
points (45). Well done Heathers.
The best nine only was won by Jen-
ny Cope with 16 points.
NTP: 2nd Dot Christie and 11th
BDL: Faye Le Page 32 points (21)
and Sue Hoskin 31 points (23).
Ladies Wednesday February 22 –
Opening Day, 9-Hole Ambrose spon-
sored by Hal and Jeanne St Ellen.
Winners: Nicole Allen, Wendy Ger-
vasi and Marie Ward.
NTPs: 4th Sandra Hughes, 6th
Thursday February 23 Open Stabl-
Winner: Joe Kus (16) 41 Pts
DTLs: Josh Robbins (21) 39 Pts.,
Ray Matthews (10) 39 Pts., Garry
Shandley (14), 38 Pts.
Pro-pin: Ray Matthews
Saturday February 25 Stableford
Winner: Joe Smeriglio (19) 41 Pts.
DTLs: Chris Bracecamp 38 Pts,
Joe Kus 37 Pts, Neil Whitelaw 36 Pts.
NTPs: 4th (Gippsland Solar) Terry
Bradshaw, 6th (VGL 1st T Motel) Mal
Payne, 13th (C+D Earthworks) Jim
Kidd, 16th (Ken Graeme Motors) Ray
2nd Shot NTP: 5th (Gippsland Mo-
tor Group), Mal Payne.
Wednesday February 22 Stableford
Winner: Kaye Huther H/C (29) 38
points, runner-up: Karen Green H/C
(14) 35 Points
NTPs: 7th Karen Green, 10th Karen
Green, 17th Wendy Hopkins.
Next week’s event is Stableford and
final of matchplay championships
Saturday February 25 Stableford
Winner: Karen Green H/C (13) 38
points, runner-up: Tracey Cuff H/c
(17) 35 points
NTPs: 7th Sue Brown, 10th Tracey
Tuesday February 21 Stableford
1st: Barry Melvern H/C (30) with 39
points on c/b from Barry Hunter H/C
(22), John Savas and Tony Crennan
also came in with 39 points
NTPs: 5th G Holbrook, 7th Barry
Melvern, 10th Rod Ward, 17th Rod
Thursday February 23 Par
1st: John Monk + 4 on c/b from
Don Chapman, John Gains was third
NTPs: 5th Brian Rennie, 7th Trevor
Reid, 10th Mark Haringsma, 17th
Saturday February 25 Stableford
A Grade winner: Jack Ross H/c
(12) 38 Points, runner-up: Jeff Ben-
nett H/c (11) 37 Points.
B Grade winner: Anthony Johns
H/c (13) 38 Points c/b, runner-up: Bill
Lang H/c (18) 38 Points.
C Grade winner: Kevin Rosen H/c
(23) 42 Points, runner-up: Garry
Blair H/c (20) 40 Points.
NTPs: 5th Alan Sherlock, 7th Don
Chapman, 10th Ken Wallace, 17th
Next week’s event is Stroke Men’s
monthly medal sponsored by Archi-
9 Hole Tuesday February 21
Brian Carvell won the competition
from Basil Moloney and John Savas
Men’s and Ladies 9 Hole Thursday
December 3 Stroke
Kai Louey was victorious in the
competition with Clive Hill and Basil
Moloney both having good scores.
9 Hole Saturday February 25 Sta-
Brian Carvell was the winner with
21 points from Clive Hill and Mal Ma-
Saturday February 25 saw 81 play-
ers take to the course on a day that
was perfect for golf.
The field played Stableford and re-
A grade winner: Ian Baker 38pts,
B grade winner: Noel Cook 42 pts,
C grade winner and the best score of
the day: Peter Foon 43 pts
Eagles: Peter Sullivan 7th hole,
winning him two golf balls.
NTPs: 2nd Jason Sartori, 4th hole
Jim Jordan, 13th hole Bob Cornelis,
17th hole Geoffrey Linguey. Pro pin: 8th
Norm Burne, winning eight golf balls.
DTLs: Geoff Linguey 41, Alan
Wright 40, David Gary, Lee Strosser,
Bob Cornelis 39 points. Miles Foster,
Norm Burne 38, John Davies, Kevin
Jamieson, Richard Johnson, William
(Bill) Howson and Secondo Tiziani all
37 on a count back.
Congratulations to all winners.
Next week is the March monthly
medal and the time sheet is in the
The monthly medal for April has
two shotgun starts.
One will be at 7.45am and one will
be at 12 noon.
We have a sponsor for this event
and you can win a $100 prize if you
win A Grade, B Grade or C Grade.
The only stipulation is that you
must be there at presentation at
4.30pm on the day.
During the period from 4pm to
5.15 pm we have some more draws
for $30 to $70 prizes.
If the winner of the grades are not
at presentation, the extra prize will
be raffled amongst the people that
Drinks are cheaper for golfers and
friends from 4pm until 5.30pm as
More details will be on the notice-
board in the golf shop.
Sunday was the last day of the ju-
nior golf matches.
All three days were well attended by
our young golfers.
A big thank you to Scott and Aly-
son Adams, Michael Scott and Aaron
Yann for giving us a hand in the run-
ning of the program
Thanks also to the Wonthaggi Club
for sponsoring the event and provid-
ing the BBQ lunch for the youngsters.
The Wonthaggi Golf club will be
running a series of junior golf clin-
ics starting on Sunday March 26
and more information will be avail-
able next week.
Wishing you all good luck and good
hitting, the Flying Dutchman Lee. 
ON WEDNESDAY, 22 players had
a round of stableford at Wonthaggi
while at the same time the semi-finals
of the 4BBB Board event were also
being battled out.
A Grade involved a great tussle with
Marg Ryan (25) 41 and Ally Adams
(11) 41 both having a day out.
On a countback Marg Ryan was
awarded the winner prize but great
scores by both girls.
B Grade was also a countback de-
cider with a fight between president
Chris Hamilton (33) 36 and Captain
Maree Anderson (29) 36.
As Maree said at presentations she
is always the lady and Chris was the
winner in that countback decision.
Birdies on the day came from Jan
Beaumont on the 5th and Ally Adams
on the 14th.
NTP: 2nd Di Grimmond, 8th Jan
BDL: A Adams 41, M Anderson 36,
I Ruby 35, S Patullo 35, R Wilkinson
32, J Beaumont 32, S Piasente 31, M
Results of the semi-final knockout:
Geraldine Prentice and Betty Bow-
mar defeated Annie Tschiderer and
Jacqueline Loughran, while Anne
Walker and Catherine Bolding won
on the 18th over Pam Hanley and
Saturday’s event was the February
Monthly Medal with 43 players com-
peting throughout the three grades.
Middendorp Electric was the sponsor
donating some great prizes – thanks
Middy’s for your ongoing support.
Winners: A Grade – I Balfour, B
Grade – T Williams, C Grade – sec-
ond monthly medal win from the past
three, B Wilson. Congratulation Wils,
Runners-up: A Grade – P Challis, B
Grade – G Salmon, C Grade – R Sul-
Third: A Grade – D Dwyer, B Grade
J Redmond, C Grade – G Forrester.
DTLs: K Miles, C Hall, R Warren,
G McKinnon, B Hogan, M Herrald, P
Wallace, T Ryan and J Howard.
NTPs: 8th T Williams and 17th with
a very fine shot B Hall.
The Shed syndicate won the raffle.
Next week is the McLeod four ball
qualifying event, so grab your partner
and enjoy your golf next weekend.
After some cool weather early in the
week it was pleasing to see the blue
skies and sun shining for our ladies
playing on Wednesday February 22.
Play for the day was a 4BBB Sta-
bleford format sponsored by Hartley
Wells Betta Home Living.
Elly Berryman (14) and Jo Fennell
(31) posted a score of 41 points and
were the winners for the day with
runners-up Shirley Thomas (16) and
Thel Scoble (24) with 40 points.
NTPs: 8th D.O’Connor, 11th
T.Scoble, 17th I.Giliam.
DTLs: H.Sullivan (23) and A.Grist
(18) 39 points, I.Giliam (35) and
J.Graeme (32) 37 points.
It was also the first round of the D
& J O’Connor 4BBB Stableford event
with the top four pairs to qualify.
Congratulations to Elly and Jo,
Shirley and Thel, Heather and Ann
and Inge and Jo who will go on to
play a knockout round later in March
with a third round to be played to de-
termine the winning pair.
The first round of Pennant com-
mences on Monday February 27 with
Woorayl v Meeniyan at Meeniyan –
good hitting to all players.
Next week – Monthly Medal, Quali-
fying round Ken Grist Memorial sin-
gles knockout – 16 to qualify.
Hartley Wells 4BBB winners Elly Berryman and Jo Fennell and run-
ners-up Shirley Thomas and Thel Scoble.
A Grade winner at Wonthaggi last week, Marg Ryan, with B Grade win-
ner Chris Hamilton.
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