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Thursday, February 2 Single
Stableford, winner Bruce Betts
(28) 42 points, from runner-
up Marilyn McGeary (35) 41
points. Nearest the pins, 2nd
Bob McGeary. Best 9 Daryle
Gregg (23) 21 points.
Saturday, February 4 Stroke,
Monthly Medal, sponsor Peter
Riddle. The club thanks Peter
for his generosity. Winners: A
Grade Phil Johnston (16) 68
nett, runner-up Paul Robinson
(17) 71 points. B Grade Daryle
Gregg (23) 67 nett, runner-up
Llyoyd Redpath (25) 67 nett.
Down the line Rod Matthews
(24) 70 nett, Henry Mueller (23)
72 nett, and Michael Darminan
(22) 72 nett. Putting tie: Craig
Buckland/Graeme Hughes 25
putts. Pro pin Brett McKnight.
Members draw Brian Erving.
Jackpot to next week.
THE Meeniyan Ladies played
off for the monthly medal last
Wednesday. The course was
very good and the weather ex-
cellent for golf.
Sponsor was Dot Christie
and the winner of the monthly
medal and A Grade winner was
Faye Le Page (22) with a won-
derful 73 net.
B Grade winner was Fay
Smallman (31) with another
great score of 74 net.
Best 9 went to Sheila Con-
stantine (14) with 34 net.
Putting went to Dot Christie,
Irene Holm and Fay Smallman
with 31 putts.
DLB went to Sue Hoskin (25)
73 net, Irene Holm (14) with 74
net and Nancye Hammet (33)
with 76 net.
Wednesday February 1 Sta-
Winner: Megan Havers H/C
(38) 40 points c/b. Runner-up:
Di Gray H/C (19) 40 Points
c/b. 3rd: Jan Daff H/c (45) 40
NTPs: 5th Judy Henry, 7th
Lyn Ward, 10th Mary Whelan,
17th Karen Bond.
Next week’s event is the first
round of Webster Noonan and
Par for Ladies not in Webster
Saturday February 4 Stroke
Winner: Robyn Cornell H/C
(35) 73 Nett c/b, Runner-up:
Deb Orr H/c (12) 73 nett.
NTPs: 5th Karen Green, 7th
Lyn Ward, 10th Rob Cornell,
17th Karen Green.
Tuesday January 31 Stabl-
Division One winner: Gerard
Taylor H/C (18) 42 Points
Division Two winner: Kevin
Rosen H/c (23) 40 points
Mark Haringsma and Phil
Tucker also had 40 Points
NTPs: 5th Ray Smith, 7th G
Tanner, 10th J Hurley, 17th
Thursday February 2 Par
1st: John Hendrickson H/c
(30) +5 c/b
2nd: Peter Laydon H/c (14)
+5 c/b from Peter Blunden
NTPs: 5th Aaron Treacey, 7th
John Hendrickson, 10th Brian
Pirouet, 17th Peter Laydon.
Saturday February 4 Stroke
A Grade winner: Paul Co-
chrane H/c (8) Nett 70 c/b. Run-
ner-up: David Mitchell H/c (10)
B Grade winner: Greg Hynd-
man H/c (18) 70 nett. Runner-
up: Adrian O’Gorman H/c (18)
C Grade and monthly medal
winner was Rob Walker H/c
(30) 69 nett c/b. Runner-up:
Scott Sheers H/c (25) 69 nett.
Ben Clarke had an eagle of
NTPs: 5th Mark Haringsma,
7th Fred Panozzo, 10th Greg
Kane, 17th Mark Haringsma.
Next week’s event is Stroke
qualification for Match play –
9 Hole Tuesday January 31
Harold Jackson won with 22
points and Brian Carvell was
Men’s and Ladies 9 Hole
Thursday February 2 Par
Len Fenton was winner with
+4 and Dawn Andrews was
9 Hole Saturday February 4
The winner was a guest from
the Qantas GC, Bradley Pascoe
with 18 points.
A field of 83 played for the
monthly medal at Wonthaggi
last Saturday in some very hot
conditions. The DSR today was
The winner of A Grade with
a score of 79/70 nett was Mark
Tiziani. The winner of C Grade
with a score of 89/70 was Phil-
lip Studham and the winner
of B Grade and the monthly
medal, on a count back from
Graeme Crawford with a score
of 87/69 nett, was Alan Lowe.
Nearest the pins: on the 2nd
was Joe Harvey. Winner of the
4th was Glenn Hewlett. Winner
of the 13th was Steve Laing.
The pro pin 8th was won by
Joe Harvey, winning eight golf
balls, and the money hole 17th,
winning $83 was Alan Wright.
Apparently the rumour is
around that there is a five iron
stuck in a tree on the left-hand
side of the 15th fairway. The
question some people asked,
did the ball go further than the
Balls down the line went to
73 nett on a count back from
The putting was won by Mark
(Mr Consistency) Tiziani.
A few weeks ago I said that
there are no gimmies in golf,
well I must admit that that’s not
correct. In match play you can
give your opponent a putt or a
hole or the game however in all
other forms of play in golf there
are no gimmies.
Balls down the line: Graeme
Crawford 69, Howard Mack-
inder 70, Joseph Harvey, Steve
Laing, Glenn Hewlett, Noel
Cook, Geoff Linguey, Scott Ad-
ams, Norm Burne and Quacka
McDonald 71. Ron Francis,
Alan Wright, Eric VanAgtmaal,
Josh French and Secondo Tiz-
iani 72. Alan Cubbon and Ju-
lian Wintle both 73.
Next week Sunday we start
with our Junior Competition.
Wishing you all golfers ‘good
hitting and good luck’, from the
Flying Dutchman Lee.
GOLF with a twist. This was
the game Captain Maree set the
37 ladies on opening day with
an individual game of stabl-
eford and mystery partners un-
veiled at the presentations.
The A Grade division was a
three-way tie on 74 points and
the winners decided on count-
back were Annie Tschiderer
(16) 40 and Irene Walsh (18)
34 with 74 points.
Runners-up were Anne Walk-
er (14) 38 and Jan Beaumont
(19) 36 total 74 points from
Lorraine Peters (27) 41 and
Maureen Masterman (23) 33
also 74 points.
B Grade was won by Shas
Patullo (45) 39 and Robyn
Wilkinson (20) 31 total 70
points with runners-up Chris
Hamilton (33) 40 and Ivy Ruby
(28) 26 total 66 points.
There was much thanking of
partners who had a particular-
ly great day and the luck of the
There were great individual
scores returned including Lor-
raine Peters (27) 41, Annie Ts-
chiderer (16) 40, Chris Hamil-
ton (33) 40, Shas Patullo (45)
39 and Anne Walker (14) 38.
Mrs Handicapper is sure
to review some of these girls’
handicaps; great scores girls!
NTP: 2nd Maree Anderson
(3 for 4 points), 17th Anne
Walker; Pro Pin Balls Lorraine
Birdies galore including 4th
Lorraine Peters and Jan Beau-
mont; 5th Di Grimmond; 6th
Jan Beaumont and 11th Anne
BDL awarded to L Peters & M
Masterman 74, B Bowmar & D
Harvey 70, P Russell & P Han-
ley 69, D Grimmond & S Pias-
ente 64, C Bolding & G Prentice
Poulton & M Lock 61.
Saturday’s event saw the men
play an Irish Fourball and the
ladies a Stableford. The spon-
sor for the event was Riseley’s
Transport and we thank them
for their ongoing and generous
The ladies winner was T
Scoble with 41 points and the
runner-up S Wakefield with 32
The men had nine groups for a
total of 36 players. The winners
on a total of 126 points were C
Hall, G Calder, A Hillis and R
Goodwin. The runners-up with
121 points were I Mcennan, G
Fennell, G Price and G Forrester.
Down the line balls for this
event went to M Herrald, J Hick-
ey, A McEachern, G Challis, T
Hogan, B Hogan, K Miles and G
Johnson. Nearest the pin on the
8th went to E Poole.
On Sunday the Forrester’s
Plate was hotly contested with
19 groups containing 76 players,
10 of these groups were from
other clubs travelling to com-
pete. We thank them very much.
This cementing the popularity
and how highly regarded this an-
nual event is.
The sponsors for Sunday were
Russell and Lyn Moyes and The
Forrester Family – we thank
them for their generous support.
The individual winners for
the day were A Grade C Gour-
lay with 38 points, B Grade and
score of the day K Miles with 41
points and C Grade P Riddle 39
The winners of the much sort
after Forrester Plate were B Ho-
gan, T Hogan, K Miles and G
Johnson with a fine score of 116
points. Well done to you guys.
Dow the line Balls went to C
Barnard, T Ryan, B Hogan, D
Dwyer, M Luscombe, T Burgess,
I Ashton, G Johnson, C James,
B Feik, T Taylor, K Riseley, R
Thompson, R Funnell and J Dia-
Nearest the pin on the 8th was
R Thompson and the 17th C Mo-
reland. Congratulations to all of
the winners this weekend and if
you are playing again next week
– happy hitting.
There was a great turnout of
ladies for the Monthly Medal
round on Wednesday, Febru-
ary 1 which was sponsored by
Invisage Interiors. Conditions
were perfect and thanks to Greg
and his green keeping team for
all the preparation they have
done in keeping the course in
great shape over the summer.
Thel Scoble with an excellent
score of (24) 69 net was the
winner of the Monthly Medal
and also the B Grade win-
ner. The A Grade winner was
Heather Sullivan (24) 71 net.
Putting E Berryman (26). NTP
8th S Rayson, 11th A Grist and
17th A Campbell. DTL balls to
A Campbell 71 net, S Thomas
72 net, S Rayson and E Berry-
man 73 net.
Next week is the 1st round of
the Tony McLeod Memorial Sta-
IN Section 1 of Allambee Mirboo and District
Tennis this week, Leongatha won 3 sets against the
top team Phillip Island. Well done to them!
Inverloch won well at Koonwarra with Koonwar-
ra winning a men’s set.
In Section 2 Koonwarra won all the sets against
But the match of the round goes to Baromi v
Hallston. Gristy was back this week, winning two
tiebreakers. The first men’s set Sean Fraser and
Wayne Roberts against Michael Grist and Anthony
Polato was a tiebreaker with a score of 11/9 going
to the Hallston boys.
Hallston won three tiebreakers throughout the
day but Baromi won the match by three games;
Hallston winning the six sets though.
Berry’s Creek, clear on top of the ladder, won by
seven games against Outtrim. Outtrim using fill-
ins again this week. They are lucky to have such
a long list.
Korumburra and Leongatha Green was also a
good match with Korumburra winning 5/4 but
with 14 games the difference.
In Section 3, the Parrots and Mardan had a
close match with the Parrots coming out winners
by four games. Jacob Jannering (Mardan) had his
first game back since the Christmas break and
helped his team by winning his singles and mixed
set with Tracie McColl.
No score was received from the Baromi v Eagles
game. The ladders will be adjusted next week.
Please note that the results are to be with the
score secretary by 8 o’clock on a Saturday eve-
ning. Please call if you are unable to drop the score
Section 1: Inverloch 8.69 defeated Koonwarra
1.41, Phillip Island 6.62 defeated Leongatha 3.38,
Leongatha North Bye.
Section 1 Ladder: Phillip Island 114.5, Inverloch
106, Leongatha North 67, Koonwarra 63, Leon-
Section 2: Koonwarra 9.72 defeated Leongatha
Gold 0.23, Baromi 3.59 defeated Hallston 6.56,
Berry’s Creek 6.58 defeated Outtrim 3.51, Korum-
burra 5.58 defeated Leongatha Green 4.44.
Section 2 Ladder: Berry’s Creek 120.5, Koon-
warra 110, Baromi 109.5, Outtrim 100, Hallston
95.5, Korumburra 44, Leongatha Gold 41.5, Le-
ongatha Green 30.5.
Section 3: Leongatha Parrots 4.39 defeated Mar-
dan 3.35, Baromi v Leongatha Eagles No Result,
Leongatha Hawks bye.
Section 3 Ladder: Leongatha Parrots 82.5, Baro-
mi 77.5*, Mardan 66, Leongatha Eagles 52*, Le-
ongatha Hawks 49.5.
RIVERSIDE Tennis Association results and lad-
ders after Saturday, February 4.
Section One Doubles: Warragul North 6/61 def
Drouin White 3/50, Trafalgar 6/54 def Drouin
Gold 3/32, Drouin Maroon bye.
Ladder: Trafalgar 85.5 128.95, Warragul North
72.5 111.01, Drouin White 66 103.68, Drouin Ma-
roon 58.5 91.39, Drouin Gold 47.5 74.91.
Section Two Doubles: Hallora 5/41 def Poowong
4/40, Neerim District 6/44 def Trafalgar Tigers
3/30. Drouin 8/53 def Buln Buln 1/27, Warragul
8/52 def Trafalgar Lions 1/17.
Ladder: Hallora 92 148.43, Warragul 85 131.23,
Trafalgar Tigers 83 133.84, Neerim District 76
130.70, Poowong 75 115.51, Drouin 58 93.16,
Trafalgar Lions 37 60.87, Buln Buln 22 38.34.
Section One Singles: Moe Red 3/46 def Drouin
Maroon 1/27, Yarragon 4/49 def Drouin White
0/12, Drouin Gold v Moe Blue NR.
Ladders: Moe Red 60 186.41, Moe Blue 46
132.45, Yarragon 40.5 109.07, Drouin Maroon 25
80.78, Drouin White 21 64.76, Drouin Gold 11.5
Section Two Singles: Trafalgar 3/47 def Warragul
Purple 1/23, Drouin 2/37 def Warragul White 2/29,
Warragul Blue bye.
Ladder: Warragul Blue 46 128.57, Warragul
Purple 44 111.86, Trafalgar 43 141.78, Warragul
White 29 88.71, Drouin 18 61.81.
Hallston takes six
but still gets rolled
IN THE past three seasons, Allan Robic
has dominated all and sundry, taking out the
Singles championship for the past three years,
which equals the efforts of past champions, Phil
Munro, Michael Grist and Ian Witherow.
Another win this season and he joins Mark
Donohue on four with the next target Geoff
McKenzie on five.
Players are needed who think they can chal-
lenge Allan for his title to attend the first prac-
tice night for all grades on February 21 at 7pm
at the Table Tennis Centre next to the Velo-
drome on the Leongatha Recreation Reserve.
But take warning, he has only been beaten
once or twice in the past three seasons.
The association also needs players who just
want to come along and get a bit of exercise and
have a lot of fun while doing it, particularly in
the junior ranks where they learn the skills of
A committee meeting will be held on Monday,
February 13, also at the Table Tennis Centre,
so either come along to shape the future of the
club, or at least let advise organisers if you will
be playing in the Autumn competition so they
can start to formulate the teams and grades. E-
mail email@example.com or contact Mi-
chael Holwerda 0429 641 354 or Kevin Dowl-
ing 03 5662 5578.
There is also the KeenAgers group who par-
ticipate in a friendly social atmosphere each
Tuesday and Thursday morning from 9am to
noon. This session is open to all abilities and
everyone is welcome to come and give it a go.
Coffee break is at 10am.
Anyone wishing to join the social mornings of
table tennis can get more information from Ian
on 5662 5578.
Challengers wanted at
Leongatha Table Tennis
Allan Robic, the club champion for the
last three years, in action at Country Week
in Bendigo last year.
New players are welcome for the new 2017 sea-
son at the Wonthaggi Table Tennis Association.
There are no age limits, if you can hold a bat and
get a table tennis ball over the net and on the table,
the club would love to see you.
A number of keen Wonthaggi table tennis players
recently competed in the Melbourne Open Table
The youngest was 11 year-old Beau Dobbins
from Cape Paterson and the oldest was 80 year-
old Case deBondt from Inverloch.
Beau came home with his first trophy from a
major tournament and Case sailed through the
Over 80 Singles Championship with yet another
win to his very long tally.
Table tennis is renowned for being a sport for
all ages. wIf you would like to give it a try, just turn
up for a practice hit on any of the following nights:
A Reserve: Monday from 6.30pm
A Grade: Wednesday from 7pm
B Grade and juniors: Thursday from 6pm
This year B Grade will be in a different format,
with the more advanced junior players being in-
vited to compete. Social table tennis has already
commenced from 11am to 12.30pm on Thurs-
days and is a great sport for retirees or stay at
home parents who want to get the benefit of exer-
cise and some social interaction at the same time.
The Access for all Abilities Program commences
on Thursday February 23 at the Wonthaggi Table
Tennis Centre, from 1pm to 3pm.
Enquiries for new season – Bruce on 5672 2130
or Nancy on 5674 4628. Follow the association on
Facebook at www.facebook.com/wonthaggitta
No age limit at Wonthaggi
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