Sports Shorts October 2nd
The results of a Major/Minor Pairs played Thursday September 26th by arrangement. Cameron Peardon and Robert Moore played Dan Kennedy and Grahame Starr, after a close encounter for the first 7 ends Dan and Grahame forged ahead with Cameron and Robert nipping away at their heels. The scores remained static up to end 20 where the difference was only one shot in favour of Dan and Grahame. This is where Cameron and Robert hit a solid wall and as a result Dan and Grahame went on to take the win 23 shots to 12 shots over 25 ends.
Just a friendly reminder to Bowlers that there is a sheet on the notice stating that there will be a Travelling Bowlers team from Scott’s Head Bowling Club visiting this Club on Sunday October 20th. Required is 20 bowlers to participate in Men’s Triples, so if you haven’t already placed your name on the sheet then your participation would be gratefully appreciated.
No Club Championships this weekend due to long weekend.
A reminder Daylight Savings commences this Sunday October 6th, so remember turn your clocks forward one hour.
The Bowls Bandit
Last Sunday’s stableford was taken out by the evergreen Len Stanley with 39 points. Mal Gaukroger was runner up on a countback. Nearest to the pins were Pat Grills on the 7th, Len Stanley on the 10th and Barry Simpson on the 18th.
Next Sunday will be a two person ambrose for the Regional Australia Bank trophy. A nomination sheet is on the board for this year’s midweek competition, which will start on October 21st. We need at least 8 teams so round up 6 players have some fun one afternoon a week.
On Tuesday September 24th, the wind dropped and 11 Vets enjoyed playing an 18 Hole Par 3 Event. That sounded like an easy game, but stick selection was quite a challenge!
The winner, with a nett score of 57, was John Prisk, followed by Pat Grills, who had 58.
Nearest the pins were won by Warren Mc Cowen on the 3rd, Pat Grills the 4th, Nancy Prisk, the 8th, Donald Campbell, the 9th, Phil Devlin, the 10th, Terry Varley, the 11th, John Prisk, the 12th and David Bearup was closest to the pin on the 18th.
On Tuesday, 8th of October, we will be playing an Individual Stableford event, counting putts.
Tuesday the 1st October saw 12 players compete in the Reg Taylor Stroke event counting putts.
The winner with a score of 86 was Ian Taylor, the Stableford winner was Dave Bearup with 41.
The best putter with only 26 putts was Ken Shaw.
Nearest the pins were Ian Taylor on the 10th and Pat Grills the 18th.
Walcha Vets Open will be run on Friday October 18th. Anyone interested in please let Tournament Director, Nancy Prisk know.