Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
With superb playing conditions this week, some terrific scores were achieved in all the Club’s competitions.
Tuesday Stableford Competition (3/8)
1st: Jan Boulton (42), 2nd: Murray Ball (38), 3rd: Dot Corrin (37).
NTP’s: #2/14 Men’s – Paul Marland, #4/13 All-In – Jan Boulton, #8/17 Approach All-In – Lisa Spiegler, and #5/14 Women’s – Caryl Lavell.
Sporters Competition (1st 9 Stroke)
This competition was sponsored by Kurrimine Beach Holiday Park.
1st: Yvonne Zorzetto (28), 2nd: Dot Corrin (30) on a countback, 3rd: Von Jones.
Least Putts: Stew Worth (12).
NTP’s: #1/10 – Rhys Camilleri, #2/11 – Paul Topper, #3/12 – Lindsay Perkins, and #4/13 Tony Gray.
BROTHERS LEAGUES CLUB INNISFAIL MONTHLY MEDAL (7/8):
1st: Paul Topper (59 Nett), 2nd: Harry Spiegler (61 Nett).
1st: Caryl Lavell (61 Nett), 2nd: Lisa Spiegler (65 Nett).
NTP’s: #2/11 Men’s – Jeff Peel, #4/13 All-In – Paul Topper and #5/14 Women’s – Fran Lomas.
Thank you to the Kurrimine Beach Holiday Park and Brothers Leagues Club Innisfail for their sponsorship.
Women’s Pennants (8/8)
Round 2 of the Women’s Pennants saw the team from Cardwell Golf Club take out the win (10 points) at Tully Golf Club. El Arish came second (8 points), and the home team were third (6 points). Congratulations to Cardwell Golf Club and thank you to Tully Golf Club for hosting the day. Congratulations also to El Arish players Caryl Lavell for placing 3rd in the individual winners, Fran Lomas for the NTP on #7/16, and Hipas Donald for the approach shot. El Arish is leading the competition on 17, followed by Cardwell on 17, and Tully on 13.
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