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TUESDAY, April 4, Stableford.
Winner was F Tyers 40pts.
NTP: 4th N Cooper, 17th C Buckland.
DTL: N Cooper 38, C Buckland 38.
Wednesday, April 5, Stroke, Medal, Merle
Winners were: A Grade, T Prue 73; B Grade
and medal, M Ellis 70.
NTP: 6th M Blake, 17th V Soderlund.
DTL: V Soderlund 74, K Morris 74.
Scratch: A Grade, B Warren 88; B Grade, K
9 Holes: V Williams 35.5 .
Thursday, April 6, Stableford.
Winner was A McKenzie +4.
NTP: 6th F Tyers, 13th P Dight.
DTL: G Buckland +3, N Cooper +1, R
Eagles: 10th P Spencer, 12th N Cooper.
Friday, April 7, Chook Run.
Winner was Alayne McKenzie 21pts.
NTP: 4th L McKenzie.
DTL: L McKenzie 19, C Beer 19, T Shack-
Saturday, April 8, 4BBB Stableford.
Winners were G Watkins and D Summers
NTP: 4th G Tyers, 6th D Summers, 13th S
Canning, 15th J Freeman, 17th S Reid.
DTL: J Freeman & N Thompson 46, N Coo -
per & B Robinson 45, G Reid & K Witheridge
Pennant results: No play due to lightning.
The Golf Club Bistro will be open for meals
over the Easter Long Weekend.
Contact the club for bookings.
LAST Saturday was the first round of the
club's fourball championship with some great
trophies provided by Tim Fowles.
The A Grade winners on the day were John
Solly (14) and Brian Pope (16) with 64 net on
countback from the runners-up Steve Rose
and Ian Gibson also with 64 net.
B Grade winners were Greg Wilson (16) and
Mick Bull (33) who combined brilliantly for
the best score of the day 58 net from the run-
ners-up Ian Dixon and Neil Spargo 60, Peter
VanAgtmaal-Col Rielly 62 and Peter Johnson-
Marty DeLeeuw 63 all ball winners.
Missing out in the countback on 64 were Da-
vid Gow-Donald Van Rooye, Rod Spokes-Bill
Hessels, Brian Clasby-Donald Van Rooye.
Nearest the pins were Brian Pope 1st, Don-
ald VanRooye 7th, Paul Hopkins 10th and
Greg Wilson hit the best shot on the 13th.
The club's winter eclectics have started and
you can sign up across the bar.
Tuesday's stableford round was won by Neil
Spargo (14) with 36 points from the runner-
up Rod Spokes 34 with other ball winners
Trevor Herbert 33, John Solly and Kevin Pope
Nearest the pins were Greg Wilson 1st, Col
Rielly 7th, Chris Corr 10th and Rod Spokes
Athol Worthy was the raffle winner with the
course rating 72.
Thursday's stableford round with the course
rating 70 saw Chris Clements (10) win on
countback with 19 points on the back nine
from Peter VanAgtmaal both with 35 points.
Graham Brittain won nearest the pin on the
1st and Rod Spokes hit the best shot on the
13th with Nick Leppin the raffle winner.
Next Saturday is the final round of the
championships with trophies being provided
by Donald VanRooye and Ross Besley.
All grades of pennant were cancelled last
Sunday due to the inclement weather.
TWENTY-FOUR women competed in the
Stroke event last Wednesday, with ideal golf-
ing weather throughout the day.
A Grade was won by Lynette McIvor with 98
(18) 80 on a count-back from Moira Rogers
101 (21) 80.
Jan Hewitt had a fantastic score of 97 (27)
70 to win B Grade and the April Monthly Med-
al. Julie Brannaghan was runner-up, with 106
The C Grade winner was Jean White, with
a great score of 116 (41) 75 on a count-back
from Lorraine Knox, who also had a good
round to finish with 120 (45) 75.
NTPs went to Lee Clements on the 1st and
10th and Jan Hewitt on the 13th green. Lee
was also the Scratch Score winner with 95.
Balls down the line were won by Sharon
Adams with 76 net, Pam Eyers 77 net, Jenny
Blackmore and Jan Follett 80 net and Heather
Grist 81 net.
Next Wednesday is a Par event.
The Match-play finals due date has been
extended a week to April 19 due to the busy
schedule with pennant and other district
events filling the calendars for many people.
The RWH 4BBB is planned for Wednesday,
April 19 and there is a sign-up time sheet in
the Ladies’ change room.
Well done to Section 2 Pennant side for the
3/2 win last week, and with one week to play,
cannot be beaten as Premiership winners.
This is very exciting for the club and con-
gratulations to all the girls who have been part
of the team; Lee Clements (captain), Heather
Grist, Chris Rickard, Joan Peters, Moira Rog-
ers, Carie Harding and Barb Twite.
Section 4 had a great 41⁄2/1⁄2 win last week
and is currently third on the ladder, with one
round to play for the season. Thanks to the
women in the team for their commitment in
representing the club; Jan Hewitt (captain),
Kath Welsh, Marg Young, Jenny Blackmore,
Beryl Brown and Julie Brannaghan.
So far, there have been many closely con-
tested matches in both these sections, which
helps extend each person’s golfing skills.
Perhaps, more importantly, pennant also de -
velops acquaintances and strengthens cama-
raderie within the wider golfing community.
Thank you to all those who have helped with
the various ‘behind the scenes’ tasks, to allow
the matches played at home to run smoothly.
Three teams played at Leongatha last Friday,
competing in the SGWGA Bowl. Unfortunately,
there were no wins but the weather was good
and the company and overall day were most
Due to many regulars playing golf three
times already during the week and others
away, there was a very small field on Saturday.
Sandra Webster (38) had no trouble with the
course, scoring a terrific 37 pts.
On Good Friday, April 14, there is a Sta-
bleford event and lunch is also available to
help raise funds for the Royal Children’s Hos-
pital Appeal. The sign-up sheet is in the foyer
of the club house.
The Joint Presentation night for the major
trophies is Saturday, May 20, which is a good
opportunity to meet up with club members
and their partners.
The evening format is BYO dinner/snacks at
6pm, presentations at 7pm and entertainment
provided by Fiona Curram from about 8pm.
There is a small charge of $5 and members
are asked to add their name to the list in the
bar if able to attend.
TUESDAY, April 4, 2BBSTB, field of 48.
Winners were Ron Constantine (22) 42pts,
R/Up Charlie May (9) 41pts.
2 Ball winners were Ron Constantine (22)
and Cameron Maguire (26) 49pts.
NTP: 5th Robert Stead 299cm, 9th Chris
Clark 22cm, 12th Bob Sandiford 1000cm,
15th Will Christensen 850cm.
DTL: Keith Stockdale 38, Ron Smith 37,
Noel Welsh 37, Brian Smith 37, Alec Hamilton
36, Will Christensen 36 and Chris Clark 36.
Wednesday, April 5, Ladies Comp, Stroke,
field of 22.
Division 1 winner was Pat Randall (22) 75
net C/B, R/Up Cheryl Stockdale (20) 75 net
Division 2 winner was Carolyn Cripps (24)
72 net, R/Up Bev Kitchen (29) 74 net.
Division 3 winner was Anne Schellekens
(31) 71 net, R/Up Carol Lynch (31) 78 net.
Medal winner was Anne Schellekens; put-
ting Yvonne Trask (29 putts).
Monthly nine hole winner: Noela Maxwell.
NTP: Div 1 Jennifer Sullivan, Div 2 Sue Van
Gaal, Div 3 Anne Schellekens.
DTL: Bev Kitchen 74, Cheryl Stockdale 75,
Yvonne Trask 76 and Maureeen Nankervis 77
Thursday, April 6, Mid-Week Medal,
2BBSTB, field of 70.
Winner: Doug Dorrat (22) 42pts, R/Up Rich-
ard Schmeiszl (26) 40pts.
2 Ball winners: Richard Schmeiszl (26) and
Bill Taberer (14) 48pts.
NTP: 5th John Bellis 102cm, 9th James
Hedrick 217cm, 12th Ron Constantine 80cm,
15th Colin Rangitonga 160cm & Eagle, 14th
DTL: Peter Cooke 39, Henk Mauriks 39,
Charlie May 39, Ian Stewart 38, Ralph Stew-
art 37, Jaymes Leahy 37, Michael Fahey 36,
Charles Hodge 35, Fred Skepper 35, Thomas
Johnson 35, Steve Fuller 35.
Saturday, April 8, Stableford, field of 145.
A Grade: Tony Andrews (11) 38, R/up Daryl
Barker (11) 37.
B Grade: Arch Janssen (21) 39, R/up Brian
Hall (16) 38.
C Grdae: David Oswald (32) 38, R/up Mi-
chael Quinn (28) 38.
NTP: 5th John Hansen 142cm, 9th Char-
lie May 142cm, 12th Adam Simpson 306cm,
15th Aiden Bock 11cm, 18th Tony Chandler
Ladies NTP: 5th Lee Andrews 750cm, 9th
Sue Purser 500cm, 15th Kerri McKenna
Ladies winner: Kerrie Davey (20) 36pts, R/
up Paula Sweeney (23) 35pts.
DTL: Peter Cooke 38, Steve Fuller 37, Alan
Courtney 37, John Bolton 37, Bill Merrigan
37, Mal Delzall 37, Gary Barker 36, Robert
Volk 36, Vern Hall 36, Shane Elbers 36, Tony
Kimber 36, Gary Wigham 35, James Hedrick
35, Neil Stafford 35, Keith Stockdale 35, Phil-
ip Grant 35, Daniel Cameron 35, Ray Dalrym-
ple 34 and Ian Stewart 34.
Continued page 55.
The South Gippsland Women's Golf Associa-
tion Bowl event, sponsored by Lewis Stone Real
Estate Inverloch and SO!me at Leongatha, was
played in perfect weather conditions on April 7
at Leongatha Golf Club.
60 players from nine SGWGA clubs com-
peted for the prestigious Bowl, awarded to the
team of three players with the best combined
One of the host club’s teams, Leongatha 1,
consisting of Maxine Eabry, Trish Owen and
Marg Griffiths, made sure the Bowl made Le-
ongatha GC its home for the next 12 months,
returning a combined score of 88 points.
Individual Grade winners were Anne Walker
(Wonthaggi), A Grade, with 34 points; Trish
Owen (Leongatha), B Grade, with 33 points on a
countback from Meeniyan’s Sue Hoskin; and Lo-
ris Clark (Leongatha), C Grade with 32 points.
Nearest the Pin awards went to Dot Elliott
(Meeniyan) on the 7th, Anne Walker (Wonthag-
gi) on the 14th and Robyn Galloway (Foster) on
Kilcunda Bass Cricket Club
Sunday, April 23, 2017 at 2pm
at the Corinella Bowling Club
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South Gippsland Women’s
LEFT: Individual Grade winners in the
South Gippsland Women’s Golf Association
Bowl event were Trish Owen (B Grade),
Anne Walker (A Grade), President of SGWGA
Beryl Brown and Loris Clark (C Grade).
ABOVE: The winning team in the South
Gippsland Women’s Golf Association Bowl
event were Leongatha’s Maxine Eabry, Marg
Griffiths and Trish Owen.
Golf Pennant players are a hardy lot as a rule, playing in all sorts of conditions to com-
plete their matches.
But not last Sunday.
Due to the prospect of the type of lightning we saw on Saturday night, organisers erred
on the side of caution and called play off on Sunday morning.
It didn’t stop this pair who felt they’d already made the trip across to Wonthaggi so they
decided to play nine and make a day of it. m601517
But the umbrellas were constantly in use.
Pennant off due to bad weather
Jean White, Jan Hewitt and Lynette Mc-
Ivor were the grade winners at Korumburra
last week, with Jan also being the Monthly
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