Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education Centre celebrates 110th anniversary
IN 2021, Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education C
COMING events at Ingham Golf Club include:
The Ingham Men’s Open sponsored by Sadleirs Terry White Chemmart Pharmacy will be held this Saturday, September 25. Please send any late nominations by text to Jayden on 0407 483 779.
The next Friday Social will be held on October 1. Come along from 4pm to enjoy the refreshments and fun.
The Stephen and Kim Moore Trophy Day will be held on Sunday, October 3, and will be an Ambrose with lots of prizes. Food and drink will be provided.
The Nil Martin Golf Day, 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 first round of the closed championships last Tuesday, September 14. This was a stroke event with putts counted. Mike Fluerty was the winner with a nett score of 69. Steve Finn was the only other Ingham man to take home a winner’s prize, which was in the run-down with nett 74. Sue Cameron, for the women, was runner-up with a nett score of 67, followed by run-down winner, Bruna Quadrio, with nett 69. Pin shots were won by Mike Fluerty and Bruna Quadrio .
Wednesday’s Ladies played their Brooch Qualifier for September with a good field of nine players on a lovely day. Deb Giles was the winner with 73 nett, followed by Julie Reed (75 nett), and Sue Cameron (77 nett). Julie had the least putts for the round on 30. Thanks go to Martin Smith at the Hinchinbrook Hotel for again sponsoring the Brooch Qualifier. This sponsorship is very much appreciated. Pin shots went to Cheryl Lloyd (longest putt 1/15), Janet Merryweather (last shot 3/17), and Sue Cameron (first shot on 9).
Last weekend, three of the ladies competed in the Tully Open. Sue and Julie competed in Division 1, with Julie taking out third place on Sunday and Sue taking out first place in the 36-hole nett, as well as a nearest the pin shot. Deb Giles won the Division 2, 36-hole event, as well as the longest drive for Division 2 on Sunday.
Twenty-two men competed in the 14-hole Thursday event. The winner was Geoff Gianotti, with 59 ½. The runner-up was Gary Cantoni, with 61 ½, and Run-down prizes were shared amongst Colin Noble (63), Mike Dann and Darryl King (64), and Albert Bison, Don Jurd, and George Croton all on 64 ½.
On Saturday, September 18, twenty players vied for honours in a single Stableford. The winner on 36 points was Steven Marbelli, with Ian Swarbrick, also on 36, as runner-up. The run-down winners were Jayden Swarbrick, again with 36 points, and Ian Fitzgerald, on 34 points.
Sunday’s event was Round 4 of the Cosca Pairs Championship, a 4BBB event. Twenty-four players competed. The winning team was that of Stuart Cocking and Les Rolling, with 42. Runner-up winners were Jayden and Ian Swarbrick, with 41, and run-down winners were Damian DiBella and Aurelio Mason, also with 41. The pin shot was awarded to Steven Marbelli.
This weekend the Club will host the Ingham Men’s Open, a 27-hole event sponsored by Sadleirs Terry White Chemmart Pharmacy, on Saturday. Sunday will be a Single Stableford event.
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