Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education Centre celebrates 110th anniversary
IN 2021, Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education C
EL ARISH GOLF
The Club managed to hold two competitions out of the anticipated three last week, with the Thursday Sporters being a total ‘wash out’.
Tuesday, July 6
Several faithful interstate players arrived, which boosted the number of players nicely, but it was the locals who were the winners!
Paul Marland won with 37 Stableford, notwithstanding a hairline fracture in his foot (beware the injured sportsman!). The runner-up was Jo Bishop on 35.
NTP #2/11 Men’s – Ron Palmer / a visitor- #4/13 All In – Gavin Camilleri – Ladies’ #5/14 Caryl Lavell and the Approach Shot on #9/18 – Dot Corrin.
Saturday, July 10
Finally, the Club was able to hold the GA Flegler Sponsorship Day on Saturday, with a great field competing in a Stableford event.
The Ladies’ winner was Caryl Lavell on 35. The runner-up was Fran Lomas on 33, with Lisa
Spiegler, third on 31.
The Men’s winner was Troy Kopp on 38; the runner-up was Paul Marland on 36, and
Jamie Smith was third on a countback on 35.
NTP’s Men’s #2/11 Troy Kopp – #4/13 All In Caryl Lavell – #5/14 Ladies’ Liz Marland.
The Club and all winners thank Gary and Sandra Flegler for their very generous sponsorship on Saturday.
On Saturday, July 17, a 2-Ball Ambrose/Draw will be played, sponsored by Reed Betta Electrical.
Please do not forget our Open Championship next weekend, Saturday, 24 July and Sunday, 25 July, sponsored by Tietzel’s IGA. The Time Sheet is at the Club.
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