The first round of the MITRE 10 Club Championships was held on June 19, with forty players competing.
The daily competition, sponsored by Kitchen Essentials, was won by Darryl Edwards, with a 69 nett. Maurie Smith came in second, beating third and fourth places held by Ernie Gower and Carlo Manno respectively, on a count back with the three of them finishing on 71 nett. Thanks again to our daily sponsor, Kitchen Essentials.
NTPS 2/11 Ladies’ Betty Favier and the Men’s Mike Ellicott and 7/16 Ladies’ Kim Milini and the Men’s Kevin Edwards, with Jim Boston on 9/18.
Thursday afternoon’s Sporters 9-hole comp was won by Mike Ellicott, with Neil Reardon winning the 6-hole on a count back. Rundown winners were Sally Smith and Les Douglas. NTPS 1/10 Walter Miller, 3/12 Johno Dean, 5/14 Brice Henry, 7/16 Kim Milini, and Rob Milini on 9/18.
Golf Results for June 20
Thirty-two players contested the second round of the MITRE 10 Club Championships. Playing for prizes donated by game day sponsor Tully Office Supplies. Winning the day with a fine score of 68 nett was Troy Jones beating home the first-round winner, Darryl Edwards, who came in with a solid 71 nett. Third and fourth places went to Jim Boston who beat Tanu Wulf on a count back with 72 nett.
NTPS 2/11 Ladies’ Kim Milini and the Men’s Troy Jones 5/14 Mike Ellicott 7/16 Ladies’ Kim Robertson and the Men’s Jon Mackenzie, and on 9/18 Tanu Wulf. Thanks again to Tully Office Supplies for their support.
The third and fourth rounds of the MITRE 10 Club Championships will be played next weekend, with Tully Tender Cuts Butchers sponsoring Saturday and Reliable Pressure Cleaning sponsoring Sunday’s event.
A shared love for Torres Weka drew a crowd to the Maraka Stage in Ingham’s Rotary Park last Saturday.
FOUR local athletes competed in the Great Barrier Reef Masters Games in Cairns and achieved success in their respective sports.
INNISFAIL United Football Club junior and senior teams were back in action on Friday and over the weekend and finished the eighth round with some good
A FIELD of 19 shooters recently competed in the National Servicemen’s Association’s FNQ Inter-branch rifle shoot, hosted by the NSAA Tableland bra