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The results from last week’s games are:
Tuesday, June 22
The Stableford event was won by Tony Haydock, with Rhonda Bliss the runner-up, and Frank Tomasino was third.
Rhonda and Frank thank Arthur Hamilton for his generous donation of a box of balls for the 2nd and 3rd place winners.
The NTP #3/12 Men’s was taken by Jim Boston – #5/14 Ladies’ – Colleen Ingold and #9/18 Approach Frank Tomasino.
Thursday, June 24
Sporters played the 2nd 9 Stableford. The winner was Arlene Cook on a count-back to Ross Thompson, both on 22, with Kevin Tombs coming third on 21. The Least Putts was won by Paul Marland with 12.
NTP’s: #10 Jake Perkins – #11 Col Bidgood – #12 Wayne Kimberley – #13 Ross Thompson – #16 Mattie Smith.
All winners thank Coastal Marine for their sponsorship on the day.
Saturday, June 26
The Stroke event was sponsored by Liz and Paul Marland.
The Ladies’ winner was Lisa Spiegler on 64. Jo Bishop came second on 66 and Kelly Cavallaro came third on 66.
The Men’s winner was Gavin Camilleri on a count back to Harry Spiegler, both on 61, and Col Bidgood came third on 65.
NTP’s: #2/11 Men’s – Col Bidgood – #4/13 Ladies’ – Lisa Spiegler – #5/14 Men’s – Col Bidgood – #6/15 Men’s – Harry Spiegler – #8/17 Approach Ladies’ – Dot Corrin – #9/18 Approach Ladies’ – Kelly Cavallaro.
All our players personally thanked Liz and Paul for their generosity on the day.
This Saturday, we will hold our July Monthly Medal Stroke event, sponsored by Brothers Leagues Club/Innisfail.
Our Open Championships will be played on Saturday, July 24 and Sunday, July 25, and are sponsored by Tietzel’s Supa IGA /Tully. The Time sheet is available and, for registrations, please call into the Club or contact Jo Bishop on 0418 317 262.
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