GOLF: Dell Groundwater, Rebecca O'Neill, Caitlyn Wheatley and Carol Ward.
GOLF: Dell Groundwater, Rebecca O'Neill, Caitlyn Wheatley and Carol Ward. Tom Daunt


Gympie Ladies Golf

WEDNESDAY, February 7 was a 4Ball aggregate stableford, with a good roll up of 16 players. As we had an odd number playing in the morning and afternoon a swinger was used. Rose Sauer and Marj Dakin won the day. Rose Sauer and Dell Groundwater were runners up. Pin shots division 1 was Keryn Jessen and division 2 was Lydia Costello. Club pin was won by Carol Ward. Carol must have just the right club for this hole as she is making a good habit of winning this pin. Good on you Carol. Dorothy Bramley and Yoey Coogan won the coffee vouchers. Saturday, February 10 was our first Monthly Medal for the year and we had 15 players. Janelle Thorburn was our daily winner with a good 69 nett, Janelle also had an eagle on hole 15. Well done Janelle, she received an eagle badge for this great effort. Marj Dakin was runner up with 72 nett and won the division 2 monthly medal. Marj is on a good roll with her golf. Karen Colley was the division 1 monthly medal winner with 73 nett, well done Karen and pleased to see you back.Run down was Rose Sauer 73, Rebecca O'Neill 75 and Ann Rigbye 77. Club Pin was Rebecca O'Neill. Pin shots division 1 on 17 was Dell Groundwater, division 2 on 3 was Mr Nobody. Seniors was won by Marj, and putting with only 26 putts was Rebecca. Coffee voucher was Betty Bailey on a countback. Wednesday and Saturday are single stablefords. Ladies a reminder when writing on the pin shots please do not use the erasable pens as the name disappears very quickly.

Gunabul Golf Club

The event on Tuesday, February 6 was a single stableford our winner was Phil Sweet. Runner-up was Peter Williams and NTP winners were hole one Jeff Streat and hole 10 Wayne Richardson. Thursday, February 8 was an all day competition winners were front nine Darryl Swan back nine Bob Knox.Our accuracy driver winner was Mick Curran. The Saturday, February 10 competition was a single stroke event and our winner after a three way play off was Peter Williams. Runner-up was Rob Lumsden and third place was Steve Grant. Putting competition winner was Peter Deighton with 24 putts.NTP winners were hole six Peter Deighton, hole 16 Le-Anne Roberts, hole 17 Gerry Burke. The ladies NTP winner was Lyndi Ball.Our Neals Meats Raffle winner was Gerry Burke.Next weeks event is our single stroke painters day sponsored by Brett Groundwater and Greg Kay.There will be plenty of prizes to win please ensure you add your name to the sheet if you wish to play.Saturday, March 10 is our trip to Tanawha and the cost is $25.00. The cost covers golf and a barbecue lunch. If we get 18 players committed to travel by bus our club will cover this cost, also on this day there will still be a competition at Gunabul for those that can't make Tanawha.

Gold City Darts

Battlers 13 def Cooloola Eagles 7, Nutcrackers 18 def Misfits 2, Taipans 15 def Wanderers 5, Hornets 13 def Scorpions 7 and Street Shooters 11 def Underdogs 9. 180's was Steve Hughes and John Groves. Highest pegs: Tyson Hillcoat 117, Steve Dunn 115, Steve Brady 108, Jasmine Alexander 99 and Russell Clarke 94. Points (cutting off at 20 points): 39 Ken worling, Tyson Hillcoat, 37 Brad Ryder, 35 John Groves, 32 Doug Hawkins, 30 Dean Chandler, Steve Hughes, 26 Paul Bradow, 22 Tara Rowe, Codey Rowe, Kerry Treichel, Matt Stevenson, 21 Megan Little and 20 Annett Moreland, Kenneth Dowson and Steve Dunn. Tons: Ken Worling 21, Steve Hughes, Tyson Hillcoat 17, Brad Ryder 16, Dean Chandler, John Groves, Doug Hawkins 14 and Tara Rowe 10. Four singles: Ken Worling, Tyson Hillcoat, John Groves, Brad Ryder and Codey Rowe.

Three singles: Dean Chandler, Phillip King, Michael Thexton, Annett Moreland, Paul Bradow and Tara Rowe.

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