Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network
THE Cassowary Coast Business Women’s Network is hosting their m
About thirty people attended the most recent social on a cold Friday evening. Everyone enjoyed some delicious food arranged by Rae Scuderi and several other members and partners. Your efforts and that of the volunteer bar staff are much appreciated.
On Tuesday, the Tropical Coast Veterans’ game was held in Ingham, attracting thirty-two players, including nine from Mystic Sands. The men’s winner, with a fine score of 40, was Aldo Cantoni. Other Ingham men to take prizes were Mick Fluerty with 38 points, Geoff Gianotti with 34 points, Ian Fitzgerald with 33 points, and Mick Poggioli, Brian Scanlon, Ron Kerkwyk, and Ross Fitzgerald all with 32 points. Brian Scanlon won the pin shot on hole 5 and Ross Fitzgerald won the pin shot on hole 7.
Lee Irvine won for the ladies with 39 points, with Bobbie Marriot a close runner-up on 38 points. Julie Reed took the top of the run-down with 36 points. Julie Reed won the pin shot on hole 9, whilst Cheryl Lloyd won the pin shot on hole 10.
Wednesday’s Ladies had a good field turnout with ten players vying for single stableford prizes. The winner on a countback was Deb Giles, with 32 points. Julie Reed was the runner-up on 32 points and Lee Irvine was close behind on 30 points. Three pin shots went to Cheryl Lloyd, Janet Merryweather, and Julie Reed . The single stableford was won narrowly in a countback by Kim Moore with 32 points over Deb Giles. Pin shots were won by Kim Moore on hole 10, Deb Giles on hole 2/16, and Cheryl Lloyd on both hole 8 and hole 1/15.
Twenty-one players competed in the Stableford event on Saturday. Mick Poggioli emerged the winner with 37 points, with runner-up Ian Swarbrick also on 37 points. Run-down prizes went to Mick Fluerty on 37 points, and Ian Fitzgerald, Mark Gusmeroli, and Les Rolling, all on 36 points.
Sunday’s single stroke event attracted twenty-five players. The winner was Marty Smith with 69 nett in a countback from runner-up Les Rolling with 69 nett. Run-down prizes went to Lachlan Tennent, 70 nett, Mick Fluerty 72 nett, and Ian Fitzgerald, Steven Marbelli, Ian Swarbrick, and Ezio Brescianini all with 73 nett.
Saturday’s competition will be a single stroke event.
Sunday’s Round 5 of the Players Championship is sponsored by Bricks and Pennys and is a Qualifier for Single Match Play.
The Lionel and Trish Fuller Family Golf Day on August 28 will be a 2-ball Ambrose.
The next Friday Social will be held on September 3.
The Ingham Men’s Open will be held on Saturday, September 25.
The Stephen and Kim Moore Trophy Day will be held on Sunday, October 3. It will be an Ambrose with lots of prizes, and food and drinks will be provided.
The A-Grade Stroke Pennant will now be held on November 13-14.
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.
“Threads”, a new exhibition, which pushes the boundaries of traditional textile techniques into innovative and creative forms, opens at 6pm on Fri
INNISFAIL was awash with pink on August 13 as over fifty businesses, thirteen schools, and six early learning centres dressed in pink and decorated th
AFTER last year’s Art Deco event was cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Innisfail and District Historical Society is excited to host the Tr