Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
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This Sunday, the Father’s Day event will be a single Stableford with an all-day tee off (Covid style) for those wanting to enjoy the afternoon with family etc. The Crushers Reserve Grade are playing in the TDRL final in the afternoon. A scorebook with cards will be available from 7am, as well as the normal 1pm start.
The next Friday Social will be held on September 03.
The Ingham Men’s Open, sponsored by Terry White Chemmart, will be held on Saturday, September 25. Flyers are going to all clubs this week, and a nomination sheet will be at the Clubhouse this weekend.
The Stephen and Kim Moore Trophy Day will be held on Sunday, October 3. It will be an Ambrose with lots of prizes, and with food and drink provided.
The A-Grade Stroke Pennant is now being held on November 13 – 14. Details can be found on the GNQ website.
On Tuesday, Tropical Coast Vets hosted players from Rowes Bay in a Single Stableford with forty-four competitors. Alan Cockburn was the outstanding winner with 41 points. Steve Finn took a Men’s rundown prize with 38 points, as did Mick Fluerty, Jim Busuttin, Ross Fitzgerald, Fred Smith, Geoff Gianotti, Mike Dann, Bob Lloyd, and Brian Scanlon. Mike Dann and Steve Finn took the Men’s pin shots. Ingham Ladies took home rundown prizes. They included Deb Giles, Sue Cameron, Bobbie Marriott, and Cheryl Lloyd. Deb Giles took a pin shot.
Wednesday’s Ladies had nine players turnout for a Single Stableford. The winner, with 33 points, was Julie Reed and the runner-up was Cheryl Lloyd, with 32 points in a countback from Sue Cameron. Other rundown winners with 31 points were Ruth Saint, Deb Giles, Lee Irvine, and Janet Merryweather. Janet also won the pin shot.
Thirty-four players paired to compete in the Fuller Family Ambrose event on Saturday. It was a great day, and we thank the Fuller family for their support of the Club. The winning pair on the day were Regan and Adrian Chinotti. Runners-up were A. Thomson and S. Lane. Rundown prizes went to Darrin Tennent and Alan Cazzulino. Pin shots were won by Deb Giles and Colin Noble.
Sunday’s Single Stableford event attracted twenty-nine players. Steve Marbelli took honours with 38 points, followed by runner-up winner Jayden Swarbrick. Rundown prizes went to Ian Swarbrick, Brian Scanlon, Neil Edwards, and Cameron Watt, all with 34 points.
This Saturday’s competition will be a 4BBB, which will be the qualifier for the pairs’ match play.
Sunday, Father’s Day, will be a Single Stableford, with all day play. Those competing in the Singles Match Play Round 1 must have completed by this Sunday, September 5.
THREE Innisfail Leprechauns A-grade players have been nominated for the coveted Cairns District Rugby League Gold Medal, with the winners to be announ
THE annual Currajah Hotel Motorcycle Show on Saturday, September 4, is proudly raising funds for a local lady who is battling chronic kidney disease.
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