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Results Saturday 15 June 2019 FINCH CUP

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Last Saturday’s competition was a single stableford and in conjunction, play for the Finch Cups for both men and ladies.


Alan Kerr found the wetter conditions to his liking, being the only competitor on the day to play below his handicap, returning 42 points for the win. Forty shots on the outward journey for 20 points and 22 points back gave him the win and to get his name engraved on the Cup. In second place was club captain, Richard Reardon with 36 points.


Margie Locke had best score for the ladies, 34 points to win her section and get her name on the ladies Finch Cup. Two points back on 32 was runner up, Lyn Ludlow after the countback.

The event was sponsored by club members, Tom and Trish Fittock, and we thank them for providing the great prizes for the day.


Len Leigh collected the pin at 3 and Keith Jones at 12. The 17th was unclaimed. Annelle Batterham collected the ladies pin at 12 and Neta Thouard had best approach at 17. Pro-pins at 1/10 and 5/14 were collected by the day’s winner, Alan Kerr and Aaron Simmers collected at 9/18.


In the run down, a ball to Barry Hughes (35), Ian Pickering (33), Keith Barnett (33) and Aaron Simmers (33) for the men and Linda Kelly (32) and Trish Fittock (31) for the ladies.

Next Saturday is a single stroke event and is sponsored by 4 Water Supplies. Tee off from 11.00 am. and the time sheet is on the board.

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