Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
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We had a serious amount of activity on our course last week, culminating with our extremely successful Open Championship weekend.
Tuesday’s Stableford competition was sponsored by Fran Lomas. The winner was Paul Marland on a triple countback to Hipas Donald, both on 37.
Fran then sponsored every hole for the NTP’s.
The results were: #1/10 All-In – Jeff Peel; #2/11 Men’s – Paul Marland; #3/12 All-In Paul Taylor; #4/13 All-In Graham Roberts; #5/14 Ladies’ – Julie Taylor; #6/15 Ladies’ – Lisa Godfrey; #7/16 All-In Betty Dahm. #9/18 is the Approach Shot sponsored each week by Wayne Bolton, which was won by Graham Roberts, who holed the shot!
Thursday’s Sporters drew our largest field this season, playing the 1st 9 Stableford, with the following winners:
1st: Liz Marland .
2nd: Greg Cottrell .
3rd: Tony Calcutt on a countback with 20.
Gavin Camilleri took the least putts with 13, on a countback.
NTP’s: #1 – Jamie Smith; #2 Brian Golding; #3 Jake Perkins; #4 Tony Calcutt; #7 Paul Marland.
All winners thank Kurrimine Beach Holiday Park for their sponsorship.
The results of our Open Championship weekend are as follows:
Ladies’ Saturday 24th Nett
1st: Hipas Donald on a countback to Jan Boulton both on 
3rd: Caryl Lavell .
NTP’s Saturday: #2/11 Jan Boulton; #4/13 Kass Marshall; #5/14 Caryl Lavell; #6/15 Emma Perkins.
Ladies’ Sunday 25th Nett
1st: Jo Bishop 
2nd: Caryl Lavell 
3rd: Deb Giles 
NTP’s Sunday: #2/11 Emma Perkins; #4/13 Julie Reed; #5/14 Deb Giles; #6/15 Tracey Dickinson.
Longest drive on both days was #8/17 Christine Barkle.
Ladies’ 36-Hole Gross Division 1
1st: Christine Barkle 
2nd: Emma Perkins 
3rd: Samantha Duck 
36-Hole Nett Division 1
1st: Caryl Lavell 
2nd: Kass Marshall 
3rd: Deb Giles 
Ladies’ 36-Hole Gross Division 2
1st: Jan Boulton 
2nd: Vicki Hendrie 
3rd: Fran Lomas 
36-Hole Nett Division 2
1st: Hipas Donald 
2nd: Lisa Spiegler 
3rd: Jo Bishop 
Men’s Results – Saturday 24th Nett
1st: Ralph Kay 
2nd: Jamie Smith 
3rd: Paul Topper 
NTP’s Saturday: #2/11 Rob Radcliff; #4/13 Chris Bolton; #5/14 Paul Marland; #6/15 Ralph Kay.
Longest Drive #8/17 was John Cornish.
Sunday 25th Nett
1st: Shane Roughsedge 
2nd: Ralph Kay 
3rd: John Cornish 
NTP’s Sunday: #2/11 Kev Dalton; #4/13 Harry Spiegler; #5/14 Shane Roughsedge; #6/15 Paul Marland.
Longest Driver #8/17 was Rhys Camilleri.
Men’s 36-Hole Gross A-Grade
1st: Tom Whittle 
2nd: Jake Perkins 
3rd: Shane Roughsedge 
Men’s 36-Hole Nett A-Grade
1st: Troy Kopp 
2nd: John Cornish 
3rd: Kygel Spencer 
Men’s 36-Hole Gross B-Grade
1st: Graham Hendrie 
2nd: Gavin Camilleri 
3rd: Gary Thompson 
Men’s 36-Hole Nett B-Grade
1st: Paul Marland 
2nd: Michael Morgan 
3rd: Lance Massina 
Men’s 36-Hole Gross C-Grade
1st: Ralph Kay 
2nd: Kenneth Thompson 
3rd: Lindsay Perkins 
Men’s 36-Hole Nett C-Grade
1st: Jamie Smith 
2nd: Dave Wylie 
3rd: Robert Ratcliff 
The Club and all our winners thank Craig and Ellen-May Teitzel of Teitzel’s Supa IGA in Tully for their outstanding support with the ongoing sponsorship they give to us.
Thank you also to all the players who travelled to support us for our Open Championship.
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