Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education Centre celebrates 110th anniversary
IN 2021, Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education C
Coming golfing events in Ingham include:
The Ingham Men’s Open, which will be held in less than two weeks on Saturday, September 25.
The next Friday Social will be held on October 1. The last Social welcomed thirty guests, with great ford and fun. Come along from 4pm.
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 Nilo Martin Golf Day, which is a Single Stableford, will be held on Saturday, October 23.
The A-Grade Stroke Pennants will now be held on November 13 – 14.
The Mick Poggioli Ingham Corona Cup will be held on November 27.
Tropical Coast Vets participated in the Yamaha cup in Tully last Tuesday. This was an Aggregate Stroke event. The winning team was Mick Poggioli and Gary Cantoni, both from Ingham, with a score of 154 nett. Top of the run-down was Alan Cockburn and Mike Fluerty, with 160 nett (Ingham). The run-down teams included Fred Smith (Ingham)164 nett, and Geoff Gianotti and Aldo Cantoni (Ingham), 166nett.
Ladies pin shots went to Sue Cameron and Julie Reed.
Wednesday’s Ladies competed for the Nilo and Antoinette Martin Trophy in very blustery conditions. It was a Stableford event and there was a good field of eleven players, including our Forrest Beach visitors and Rowes Bay visitor Prue Dunstan. The winner, with a score of 33, was Deb Giles. Sue Cameron was a distant second with 28 points. The runner-up was Julie Reed with 26 points. Pin shots were won by Deb Giles, Bruna Quadrio (2), and Carol DiBella. Thank you to the Martins for supplying the game prizes. They have supported us for many, many, years, and we appreciate this greatly.
Fourteen players competed in a single stroke event on Saturday. Ian Fitzgerald emerged the winner with nett 72, followed by Adrian Chinotti as runner-up with nett 74. Run-down winner was Steven Marbelli, also with nett 74.
Sunday’s game was the next round of the Players’ Championship. Twenty-six players competed. The winner was Cameron Watt, with 37 stableford points. Runner-up winner, just behind, was Neil Edwards, with 36, and the run-down winner, also on 36 points, was Aurelio Mason. Julian Tomlinson won the pin shot.
Next Saturday’s competition will be a Single Stableford event and Sunday’s game is Round 4 of the Pairs’ Championship, a 4BBB event.
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