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IT IS 40 years since the Gena
Roughead Bowl began in 1978.
It was played in rather out of sea-
son wintery conditions at Woorayl
Golf Club on Monday, February 20,
however, it was well supported as
always with 51 players participating
from all the Gippsland clubs and
The winners of the Bowl were a
team from Woorayl with 86 stabl-
The team consisted of Pauline Lan-
caster, Elly Berryman and Jenny
Riseley, and the event was generously
sponsored by Hartley Wells Betta
A Grade winner was Irene Holm
from Meeniyan with 33 points.
B Grade winner was Heather Po-
letti also from Meeniyan with 33
points and the C Grade winner was
Peta Barlow from Welshpool with 32
Nearest the pin on the 11th was
won by Chris Gunn from Mirboo
North and on the 17th the honour
went to Sev Piasente from Wonthaggi.
Happy winners of the Gena
Roughead Bowl - a Woorayl team,
from left, Jenny Riseley, Pauline
Lancaster and Elly Berryman.
A Grade winner was Irene Holm
on the left with B Grade winner
Heather Poletti, and on the right
was C Grade winner Peta Barlow.
Home team wins the bowl
Tuesday February 21
Winner: D Summers +1
NTPs: 6th N Thompson
DTLs: R Prain Sq, N Cooper Sq
Wednesday February 22 Ladies
Winners: S Wylie 37pts, M Ellis
NTPs: 17th K Morris
DTLs: C Thompson 39, A McKen-
zie 36, M Willder 33, J O’Sullivan
Thursday February 23 Stableford
Winner: T Jones 40pts
NTPs: 17th J Stone
DTLs: C Pulham 39, T Price 38,
F Tyers 38
Friday February 24 Chook Run
Winner: B Dash 22 c/b
NTPs: 13th J Toner, 17th D Thor-
DTLs: K Esler 22, G Watkins 20
Saturday February 25 Single Sta-
Winners: A Grade – C Buckland
41 Pts, B Grade – G Paine 41Pts
NTPs: 4th C Buckland, 6th C
Downing, 13th C Buckland, 15th A
Naylor, 17th T Jones.
DTLs: D Summers 41, S Reid 40,
C Pulham 40, A McGrath 39, F Ty-
ers 38, S Rathjen 38
Ladies winner: G Reid 41Pts
DTLs: J Town 41
Last Saturday was the second
round of the club championships
with a course rating of 71 and Ian
Dixon and David Sorrell provid-
ing some excellent trophies for the
Former champion Steve Bromby
is the leader after two rounds with
71-78=149 from the fast finishing
Les Guilfoyle who had an excellent
73 on Saturday 82-73=155 to close
the gap to six shots.
The A Grade handicap leader is
also Steve Bromby with 67-74=141
with next best Ricky Johnson 75-
B Grade leader is Bill Hessels
playing consistent golf for his 84-
85=169 from Chris Clements 89-
B handicap leader is Bill Hessels
71-72=143 from three players in
Tim Fowles, Rod Spokes and Chris
Clements all on 150.
C Grade leader is Malc Garnham
87-85=172 from Brian Pope 91-
93=184 and Ross Besley 85-
Handicap leader is also the con-
sistent Malc Garnham 73-71=144.
D Grade leader is Ian Dixon 99-
91=190 two shots clear of Marty
DeLeeuw 100-92=192 with Nick
Leppin leading the handicap with
two solid rounds of 71-70=141 .
The Seniors championship has
equal leaders in Chris Clements
and Russell Fields on 172, while
Brian Clasby is the handicap leader
The day’s A Grade event saw Les
Guilfoyle (4) back to his best with
69 nett from the runner-up in Malc
Other DTLs were Darren O’Neill,
Brian Clasby and Steve Rose 72
and Ian Cash 73.
B Grade winner was Marty
DeLeeuw (23) 69 nett from the
runner-up Ian (Doc) Dixon 70 and
balls down the line to John Wilson
and Don Hislop 72.
Missing out in the countback
were Chris Clements and Bill Hes-
sels on 73.
NTPs: Tim O’Neill 1st, John
Wilson 7th, Bill Hessels 10th and
Trevor Herbert 13th.
Tuesday’s Stableford round with
the course rating of 69 was won by
Athol Worthy (20) with 39 points
from next best Greg Wilson, John
Wilson and Brian Brown all with 38
NTPs: Leigh Sharp hit the best
shots on the 1st and 10th holes,
with Ross Besley winning nearest
the pin on the 13th. Roland Rees
was the raffle winner.
course rating of 70 saw the in-form
Bill Hessels (12) win with 36 points
(22 back nine) on countback from
Chris Clements won two nearest
the pins on the 1st and 13th holes
and also won the raffle.
Next Saturday and Sunday sees
the final two rounds of the cham-
pionships in conjunction with the
monthly meda,l with the Spokes
family and Steve Bromby provid-
ing trophies for the last two days
Names are still needed to fill the
club’s pennant sides, contact Chris
Clements if you are available for
any of the games and pennant com-
mences on Sunday March 19.
Deepest sympathy from the offi-
cials and members of the Korum-
burra Golf Club are extended to
Steve Rose and his family on the
recent passing of Steve’s wife.
It was a mixed bag of golfing last
A number of people played
matches in the Singles Knockout,
nine played in a Par competition
and three played nine holes of Sta-
Marg Harper (33) won the Par
comp with 1 down and Jean White
(41) was runner-up with 4 down.
Jan Hewitt was closest on the 1st
green to win the voucher from the
Corner Garden Cafe.
Other NTP winners were Lynette
McIvor on the 7th and Chris Rick-
ard on the 13th.
The nine-hole comp carried over
from previous weeks was won by
Lee Clements with 15 pts.
Schwennersen who has put in suf-
ficient cards and now has a handi-
cap of 45.
It was great to have many begin-
ners taking part in the second golf-
ing lesson, with the final session on
Wednesday at 9am.
Next Wednesday, there is a
timesheet in the foyer for a Par
Some women are taking the op-
portunity to play their second
round of the Singles Knockout.
The next round of the Singles
Knockout needs to be completed
on or before March 8.
There will also be a committee
meeting after presentations.
Section 4 Pennant begins on
Monday February 27 and Section 2
starts on March 6.
Good luck to all women who have
put their hands up for Pennant.
Last Monday a team played in the
It was good weather once again
Three pairs finished on 20 pts,
with Betty Thomson and Roger Ha-
mill winning on a c/b from Jean
White and Greg Jones.
Sandra and Laurie Webster came
in third and Bob Stiff had NTP on
Seven women played on Satur-
day, Sandra Webster (37) won with
30 pts on a c/b from Deb Wrigley
(25) and Kath Welsh was NTP on
Tuesday February 21 2BBSTB
with a field of 64.
Winner: Greg Austin (6) 39pts,
runner-up: Brian Smith (25) 38pts.
2BBB Winners: Brian Smith (25)
and John Rodakis (34) 46pts.
NTPs: 5th Noel Wight 42cm, 9th
John Roberts 116cm, 15th Drew
DTLs: John Bellis 38, Mal McK-
enna 38, Noel Zunneberg 37, Ki-
eran Heenan 37, Mick Colley 37,
Leslie Anderson 36, David Fahey
36, Derek Scully 35, Dick Ogilvy 35
and John Rodakis 35.
A Grade: Ruth May (18) +6, B
Grade: Di Fraser (26) -1 , C Grade:
C Lynch (24) Square.
NTPs: 9th Carol Lynch, 12th Pat
Randall and 15th Ruth May.
DTLs: Jennifer Sullivan, Libby
Dehey, Lee Andrews, Roseland
Dubuisson-Perrine and Anne De
Thursday February 23 2BASTB
with a field of 68.
Grades: Splinter Dorratt (24)
39c/b, Grades Nick Dehey 39.
2B Agg. Winners: George Moro-
zoff and Nick Dehey – 77c/b
NTPs: 5th John Hansen, 9th
Thomas Johnson, 12th Will Chris-
tensen, 15th Ian Stewart.
DTLs: Gary Ward 38, David Allen
38, Michael Bushe 38, George Mo-
rozoff 38, Geoff Cohen 38, Leslie
Anderson 37, Thomas Johnson 37,
Bill Stainsby 37, Dick Ogilvy 37,
Bill Sherriff 37 c/b.
Saturday, February 25 2BBSTB
with a field of 191.
Rod Cameron 51,
Grades: Robert Bride 51, Grades:
Steve Wedlock 48, Grades: Brad
Individual Winner: Rob Bride
(15) 44, Individual runner-up:
Steve Wedlock (20) 41.
Ladies Winner: Pat Randall (22)
41, runner-up: Lee Andrews (24)
NTPs: 5th Lee Andrews, 12th
Pam Anderson, 5th Buddha Hark-
ness, 9th Mal McKenna, 12th Grant
Johnson, 15th Brian Barnes, 18th
DTL teams: Michael Harmes 47,
David Lovie 47, Noel Bradford
46, Clive Taylor 46, Steve Fuller
46, Trevor Cridland 46, Wayne
Thomas 46, Bob Sandiford 46, Ed-
mund Burgess 45, Peter Dovaston
45, Ray Orchard 45, Colin Ran-
gitonga 45, Jason Filip 44, Tony
Cheles 44, Jaymes Leahy 44, Kurt
Batt 44, Chris Banks 44, Gehan
Peiris 44, David Oswald 44, Da-
vid O’Donnell 44, Bill Stainsby 44,
Geoff Barns 44, David Taggart 43,
Perry O’Connor 43, Brian Hall 43,
David Hunter 43, David Hunter 43,
Kevin Curtis 43, Steve Pollock 43,
Daryl Barker 43, Shane Bydder 43.
Continued page 55.
Winners of the Leongatha Ladies Par event last week were Lynda Bassett
(C Grade) and Alison Strong (B Grade). Absent: Ann Blundy (A Grade).
Saturday winners at the Meeniyan Golf Club were Peter Wilson and
Thursday winner at the Meeniyan
Golf Club was Daryle Gregg.
Tuesday winner at the Meeniyan
Golf Club was Col Stewart?.
Heather Poletti, left, and Heather McCaughan won Section 1 and 2 at
Meeniyan respectively last week.
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