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The next Friday social will be held this Friday and we hope to see many of you from 4pm. A Putting Competition Jackpot and nice nibbles will be on offer.
An Ingham A-grade team is participating in the Men’s Pennant’s event on July 9-11 in Pioneer Valley. Once again, a nomination sheet will be on the notice board. Grateful thanks to the sponsors, Hotel Hinchinbrook and Hype Promotions and Workwear Solutions.
Ingham Veterans’ Open commences on Monday, July 19, with a 4BBB Stableford 18-hole Medley. Then, on Tuesday, July 20, there will be a Men’s and Ladies’ 18-hole single Stroke (Round 1 of the 36-hole championship), and ending on Wednesday, July 21, with a Men’s and Ladies’ 18-hole single stroke (Round 2 of the 36-hole championship). Stableford events will be held in conjunction on each of the days. Nomination forms can be downloaded from the website www.inghamgolfclub.com.
The Ingham Men’s Open will be held on Saturday, August 7, 2021.
The next Tropical Vets game will be held on Tuesday, July 6, at Rowes Bay. Numbers are small so far for this visit, so Tropical Vets will pay the green fees and for lunch if you attend. You must email Sue Cameron if you wish to play, indicating if you need to hire a buggy. Closing day for nominations is June 30. Sue’s email is: firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Wednesday, the Ladies played a Single Stableford. The winner, on 36 points, was Bruna Quadrio, with Sue Cameron a close runner-up on 35 points. Pin shots were won by Sue Cameron for last shot on hole 3/17, and Lee Irvine for her longest putt on hole 1/15.
A good field of 23 players competed in the Thursday 14-hole competition, which was won by Sam Scuderi with 53 nett, followed by runner-up Brian McCarthy on 59 nett. Run-down prizes went to Ron Kerkwyk and Damian DiBella on 60 nett, Fred Smith on 61 nett, Aldo Cantoni and Mick Poggioli on 63 ½ nett.
Saturday’s Ingham Ladies’ Open was a great success with 47 players competing in some drizzle early in the competition, but fine weather prevailed. The Ladies missed Bruna Quadrio who, for the first time in her long years of playing (>50), was unable to make it. Ingham players to take winners’ prizes included Julie Reed with a Division 1 Gross third with 91, Lee Irvine with Division 2 Nett Runner-up with 73, and Kim Moore with Division 2 Nett third with 74. Run-down prizes went to Wendy Gibson, Freddie Baynes, and Deb Giles.
On Sunday, the Monthly Medal and Wareham Trophy was played, with another great field of 36. Much drama was the order of the day as it ended in a four-way tie with a playoff to determine the winner. Damian DiBella scored it on a countback from Darren Tennent, Jayden Swarbrick, and Mick Fluerty. Run-down prizes went to Fred Smith, Steve Hart, Alan Cazzulino, and Aurelio Mason. Pin shots were taken by Darrin Tennant on hole 12 and Jayden Swarbrick on hole 4.
This weekend’s games include a Single Stableford on Saturday and, on Sunday, the Cosca Pairs Championships – Round 2 4BBB Stableford.
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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