Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education Centre celebrates 110th anniversary
IN 2021, Daradgee State School/Daradgee Environmental Education C
Golf Results of Thursday, September 30
Thursday’s Sporters’ 9-hole competition was won by Graham Sinton on count back, with Rob Milini winning the 6-hole. Rundowns went to Les Edwards and Roy Favier. The least number of putts went to Les Douglas, with Brice Henry and Steve Wells winning the pins on 9/18.
Golf Results of Saturday, October 02
Saturday’s running of the Hotel Tully Monthly Medal saw thirty players take to the fairways. Evergreen Les Edwards took out the day on a count back with a 70 nett. Second place went to one of our newer members, Carlos Ferrera, also on 70 nett. Mickey Davis finished third with a 71 nett and Vesa Hyytinen rounded out the placing with a 72 nett.
Our thanks go to the Top Pub for their generous support.
NTPS 2/11 Ladies was won by Jo Baron. Mickey Davis won 2/11 for the men as well as 9/18. The Hole 7/16 Ladies was won by Sherly Bramely, who was visiting from Harvey Bay and the Men’s Maurie Smith. 5/14 was won by Kim Robertson.
Golf Results of Monday, October 04
Tully’s first Red Tee challenge was won by Mike Ellicott. Jim Boston came second and Rob Milini third, with Alex Gilbride on fourth, with the NTP 2/11 Claire Bourke and Rob Milini, 7/16 Jim Boston and 9/18 Micky Davis. Special thanks go to Chris Fowles of C&F Solid Plastering for sponsoring the day.
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