Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education Centre celebrates 110th anniversary
IN 2021, Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education C
Firstly, we wish to say a big thank you to Steve and Kim Moore for their sponsorship of Sunday’s Ambrose. Everyone enjoyed the day immensely, with great prizes and nibbles provided. These sponsored days are so valuable in promoting the Club, so when the next comes around, please, as a member, do assist in promoting the event to all your networks.
Coming events to promote include:
The Foursomes Championships will be held on Sunday, October 17. Players are to please be at the Club by 10am for a 10.30am start.
The Nilo Martin Golf Day, a Single Stableford, will be held on Saturday, October 23.
The next Friday Social will be held on November 5. Please invite your friends to come along from 4pm to enjoy the refreshments and fun.
The A-Grade Stroke Pennants are now being held on November 13-14.
The Mick Poggioli Ingham Corona Cup will be held on November 27.
Last Tuesday, Ingham hosted the final round of the closed Tropical Coast Vets championships. The event attracted a field of twenty-nine players. Ingham winners included the winner of the men’s event, Gary Cantoni, with an excellent score of 68 nett. Sam Scuderi was the runner-up on a count back, with 71 nett. Run-down recipients were Fred Smith on 71 nett, Brian Scanlon on 74 nett, and Mick Poggioli on 75 nett.
The ladies’ competition prize-winners included Lee Irvine, who was top of the run-down with 72 nett. Julie Reed was also a run-down prize-winner with 73 nett.
Men’s pin shots were won by Fred Smith and Mick Poggioli. Bruna Quadrio won a ladies’ tee shot.
This week, Wednesday’s Ladies had twelve contestants competing in a stroke event, which was the second round of the Closed Championships. Deb Giles won, with a great score of 68 nett. Wendy Gibson was runner-up with 72 nett. We say goodbye to Wendy until next year. Kim Moore also had a good score with 73 nett. Pin shots were won by Deb Giles and Carol DiBella. Results of the closed championships will be announced next Wednesday.
Next week is a Stableford competition and is the third round of the MacDonald Cup.
On Saturday, the seventh round of the Players’ Championship was held, with a small field of thirteen players competing. Todd Cockburn was the winner with 39 points and Ian Swarbrick was the runner-up with 35 points.
Sunday’s event, the Steve and Kim Moore 2-Ball Ambrose, was won by the team of Jayden and Ian Swarbrick, with runners-up Aurelio Mason and Eros Bertocchi. Pin shot and Long Drive prizes were on offer on every hole with numerous winners, and a long run-down. Congratulations to all.
This weekend, the Club will host the September Monthly Medal on Saturday and a single Stableford on Sunday.
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