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Winners at Wonthaggi last week were, from
left, Marg Johnson (A Grade), Jacqueline
Loughran (B Grade and Medal) and Maree
Anderson (C Grade).
From page 60
Mens 18 Hole B Grade Handicap winner: Harry
Sterling 68 Net.
Mens 18 Hole B Grade Handicap runner-up:
Phil Foster 70 Net.
Mens 18 Hole C Grade Stableford winner: Rob-
ert Martin 37 points.
Mens 18 Hole C Grade Stableford runner-up:
Neville Palmer 36 points c/b.
Mens 18 Hole C Grade Stableford third: Laurie
Petrusch 36 points c/b.
NTPs: 5th – Rob Haydon, 7th – Ron Young, 10th
– Barry Grazules, 17th – Rowdy Jansson.
Sunday Mixed American Foursomes – Spon-
sored by Marcus Liberman Club Professional
18 Holes Scratch winners: Lorraine Hammon
and Isaac Batty 76 Gross.
18 Holes Scratch runners-up: Faye Morris and
Paul Cochrane 77 Gross.
18 Holes Handicap winners: Lorraine Hammon
and Isaac Batty 67 3⁄4 Net.
18 Holes Handicap runners-up: Paul Wagner
and Diddy Wagner 68 3⁄4 net.
18 Holes Handicap third: Greg Baker and Wen-
dy Hopkins 69 1⁄2 Net.
NTPs: Men: 5th – Ryan Thomas,
Rowdy Jansson, 10th – Craig O’Neill, 17th – Dirk
Ladies: 5th – Jeynolle Wilcox, 7th – Bec Thomas,
10th – Bec Thomas, 17th – Faye Morris.
Monday Men’s and Ladies 4BBB Stableford
Winners: Ron Young and Chris Sanderson 45
points. Runners-up: Paul Cashman and Mark
Haringsma 44 points c/b. Third: Mark Reid and
Mal Sargeant 44 points c/b.
9 Holes Out: Harry Sterling and Isaac Batty 25
9 Holes In: Bob Pascoe and Mal MacArthur 23
Winners: Karen Green and Jeanette Diss 42
Points. Runners-up: Di Gray and Rosemary Bailey
41 points. Third: Nola Crothers and Anne Sher-
wood 40 points c/b.
9 Holes Out: Ros Reid and Marlene Gibson 23
9 Holes In: Dawn Andrews and Lorraine Brown
NTPs: Men: 10th – Carl Russo, 17th – Paul Dick-
Ladies: 10th – Patty Carlson.
Saturday June 10 Stableford
A Grade: B.Clark (12) 40, B Grade: R.Dennis
(15) 37, C Grade: C.Kilgour (31) 41.
NTPs: 2nd: C.Baldwin (Vis), 4th: M.Johnson,
13th: B.Clark, Pro-Pin 8th: R.Dennis.
Money won by N.Cook. Eagle 11th: I.Baker.
Balls down to 35.
Now that we are into the winter period it is im-
portant that cart drivers keep to the rough.
This may be inconvenient for some, but if we are
to have playable fairways it needs to be done.
BRRRRR, pretty chilly start to the day but the
layers were soon stripped off and the 20 ladies
playing in the June Monthly Medal at Wonthaggi
ended playing in a great mild day.
The course is heavy and most of the scores re-
flected this except for one clever girl Jacqueline
Loughran who concentrated very well all day to be
the toast at presentations with a brilliant 97 (26)
71 net to take home the B Grade prize and the
medal. But wait, there's more. She also was the
NTP Queen Bee with the 2nd and the 17th prizes
A Grade and scratch was won by Marg Johnson
88 (12) 76 net. She also had a birdie gobbler 2
on the 13th, with a shout out to Sev Piasente who
joined the A Grade field today, welcome Sev, enjoy
your new handicap!
C Grade was won by captain Maree Anderson
with 108 (29) 79.
Irene Walsh won the NTP balls on the 8th and
Anne Tschiderer the putting with 29 putts.
BDL awarded to Jan Beaumont 77, Anne Tschi-
derer 78, Ivy Ruby 79, Heather Wintle 80, Cathe-
rine Bolding 81, Pam Russell 82 and Chris Hamil-
ton 83 c/b from four others.
SOUTH Coast Athletics Club runner, Ed
Beischer, meant business last Saturday
when he sprinted away from the starting line
in the Queen’s Birthday Weekend Inverloch
He was already well ahead of the field at the
first turn, in front of The Inverloch Glade,
and hitting top speed as he flashed past the
other 139 runners, enjoying the bracing but
fine conditions in the second winter run for
the season, as he headed the other way.
Beischer didn't let up until he crossed
the line in the five kilometre event in a new
course record time of 16:27, the quickest by
anyone in the 147-run history of the Satur-
day morning event.
When he hit the finish line, many in the
field were still only at the halfway mark and
even regular winners Bill Barry (2nd) and
Glenn Sullivan (7th) were left two minutes
and three minutes respectively in his wake.
After the event, Beischer acknowledged
he was out for a good time on the day but
he didn't expect to smash his own previous
best time in six Inverloch Parkruns, by half
He also recorded the best age-graded result
of the day, a handicap of sorts, at 81.05%.
The day was also highlighted by the com-
pletion of milestone runs by regular Parkrun
volunteer Addie Pykett (100) and Ros Facey
There were 25 people in the day's event
who recorded personal best times includ-
ing Sarah Lewis in the time of 18:37, which
wasn't all that far away from the female re-
cord for the event of 18:11 held by Charlotte
Wilson last year.
The personal bests were recorded by Ed
Beischer 16:27, Sarah Lewis 18:37, Michael
Eury 19:07, Scott Morrison 19:14, Paul Tiz-
iani 21:40, Rachel Tattersall 22:29, Scott
Hutchison 22:39, Jenna Wale 24:30, Louise
Hackett 25:29, Cathy McKnight 25:49, Wayne
Walker 25:50 Donald Smith 25:54, Courtney
Perryman 26:24, Julie-Ann Taylor 26:39,
Matthew Joy 26:59, Dale Lyman 28:15, Pe-
ter Hosking 28:21, Scott Taylor 29:39, Ste-
phen Humphrys 31:53, Jacqui Sword 32:00,
Val Zanolla 33:12, Michael Dhar 40:02, Alex
Dhar 41:14 and Janelle Forrrest 44.39 .
But, of course, the Inverloch Parkrun isn’t
only about breaking records or setting per-
sonal bests. For many it’s simply a way to
motivate themselves to launch into a healthy
fitness program during the week so that they
can run or walk as they like, from 8am, each
See you there, this Saturday, outside the
Rotary rotunda along Ramsay Boulevard.
Local runner Ed Beischer of the South
Coast Athletics Club raced away with the
course record last Saturday morning in the
Inverloch Parkrun race director Julian Walker congratulates Addie Pykett, right, on com-
pleting her 100th Parkrun and Ros Facey on 50 Parkruns last Saturday.
Beischer sets new record for Inverloch Parkrun
From page 68
Last month, Beau and table tennis partner
Valentine came runners-up in the under 13s
mixed doubles event at the Victorian Open
Two weeks after the event, Jacqui got a
phone call asking her if Beau was able to go
to Hobart to play in the Victorian team for
the National Junior Championships.
“When they called to ask me, I yelled ‘Of
course!’ He’s very excited, ” she said.
The trips are taking a financial toll on the
single mother of four and so she’s been busy
seeking out sponsors for 11-year-old Beau.
She’s received support from Wonthaggi
businesses and groups, including the Bowls
Club, Cargill’s Sports Store, McDonald’s and
Jacqui says the support from the Wont-
haggi Table Tennis Association has also been
incredible, with special thanks to the asso -
ciation’s vice-president Nancy Pattinson.
Nancy was Beau’s first table tennis coach
and she says he has played against tough
“It’s crazy to think, but we have 12 year
olds competing against people in their 60s,
70s and 80s, ” Nancy said.
“I knew when Beau first started playing
that he’d be exceptional. He had everything
going for him, the right strokes and the right
“We are very proud of Beau and of all our
juniors, including Jack Duff and Archie Pax-
Over the long weekend, a junior team rep-
resenting Wonthaggi went to Bendigo to play
in the Victoria Country Championships.
“It’s our favourite time of the year, we al-
ways bring back shields for Wonthaggi,”
Anyone who would like to sponsor Beau
can get in touch with Jacqui at jacallamby@
Dobbins in state team
FOLLOWING last weekend's Queen's Birth-
day holiday break, Mirboo North travels to
Thorpdale on Saturday, where the annual
Bright/St Ellen Memorial Shield will be de -
Since defeating Mirboo North by five points
in round one, Thorpdale has won another six
matches that sees the Blues sitting in fourth
position on the Mid Gippsland ladder.
The Blues' narrow victory in April was
their first success at Tigerland since 2001.
A Thorpdale oldtimer said watching his
team defeat Mirboo North was even more
exciting than listening to Wally's Hope beat
Blue King and Sox in the 1940 Snake Gully
Thorpdale newcomers Thomas McDer-
mott, Hugh Greene, Luke Collie, Marcus
Brown, Scott Gatehouse and Brett Gate-
house are an immaculate collection of play-
ers, who have contributed greatly to its huge
improvement this season.
Others who have been in top form for the
Blues are playing coach Nicholas Brown,
Joshua Collie, Mitchell Gorman, Trent Gib-
son, Kayne O'Connell, Shannon Pickering
and Matt Powell.
Mirboo North, which is a game and per-
centage out of the top five, must produce its
best football to defeat Thorpdale on its home
In simple terms, Mirboo North needs to be
faster, smarter and more agile than its op-
The Tigers' endeavour is always at a high
peak and integrating innovation, aggression
and courage are prominent parts of their
game plan strategies.
However, turnovers from misdirected
kicks, mistakes in the midfield and back-
line blunders have plagued Mirboo North
and created an atmosphere of unpredictabil-
ity in tight matches.
The Tigers are coming off a hard-fought
win over Yarragon and will look to playing
coach Clancy Bennett and skipper Damien
Turner to continue producing decisive on-
Other Mirboo North premiership play-
ers, Jake Nash, Josh Taylor, Dwayne Gunn,
Joe Brooks, Shane Peters, Dom Pinneri and
Jack Robertson are also expected to provide
large doses of enterprising play.
As well, the Tigers are hoping for big con-
tributions from Mitchell Wightman, Jacob
Blair, Zac Kilgower, Brayden Wilson, Hudson
Kerr and Cam Le Page.
Tigers face a tough challenge
LEONGATHA’S Louis Riseley has been se-
lected in the AFL Victoria Country Under 19
squad ahead of its Under 19 Challenge Cup
clash with the Victorian Amateur Football
Fifty-three of country Victoria’s best under
19 players have been selected in the initial
squad, which will go head-to-head with the
VAFA’s top talent at Frankston Oval on Sat-
urday, July 8.
Three training sessions will be held in the
lead up to the representative clash, with the
final squad to be trimmed to 22 players.
The Under 19 Challenge Cup will kick off
at 11.30am on Saturday, July 8 as a curtain
raiser to the Brian Molony Cup between Vic
Country and VAFA.
in Vic Country
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