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Husband and wife win Tuross Secret Partners event


On what was another cool morning a field of 48 players teed off for this morning's Aggregate Stableford - Secret Partners event. Results on the day were as follows:

1st: Husband and wife pairing (by random draw) Stephen and Kathy Crossling with a combined score of 34 points after a 3 way count back was required.

2nd: Annette Manton and Ken Brown on 34, again on count back.

3rd: Ian Miller and Neal Watson, also on 34.

Ball or Chocolate:

John Cox and Errol Soden on 33, Leonie Snodgrass and Terry Challender on 31, followed by Patrick McNeile and Chris Wratten, Wal Williams and Ian Manton, and finally Gail Rogers and Henry Anderson, all three teams on 30 points.

Bradmans Award:

The Bradman's award was won this week by the fine pairing of Andrew Gordon and Steve Swanbury.

Nearest the Pins:

4th: Herb Muriwai.

6th: Ray Downey.

Ladies 7th: Kathy Crossling.

Men's 7th: Ken Brown, in the hole.

Accuracy:

Kathy Crossling completed a fine days golf with an accurate drive right alongside the string line on the 5th.

Next Week:

Next week's event will be a 2 Person Ambrose game, also playing for the Phyllis Starr "tin cup". Registration is from 7.45am in the downstairs sports bar area with a shotgun start at 8.30am.


Above: Steve and Kathy Crossling Tuross winners


Photo: Ken Brown and vets golf captain Ian Miller

#Sports #Tuross

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