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Low Scores win out at Vets Stroke and Putts event


Against the backdrop of heavy rains the day before a smaller than normal field of 52 players registered for today's Stroke and Putts event. Fortunately the weather held for the day and the event was concluded in colder conditions, but fortunately without any rain. Results on the day were as follows:

1st: Wal Williams with a nett score of 30.

2nd: Michael Kermode with a score of 31.

3rd: Andrew Gordon won on count back with a nett score of 32.

Ball or Chocolate:

Paul Green on 32, John Cox on 33, Rob Nash, Annette Manton and Errol Soden on 34, and finally Greg Thornton, Ian Manton, Chris Wratten, Gail Rogers, Greg Ware and Stephen Crossling all on 35.

Bradman Award:

Feeling the winter temperatures following several weeks travelling through Norway and Denmark in the height of summer, Solveig Olsson battled the elements to take out the infamous Bradman award this week.

Putts:

Andrew Gordon's putter was working well throughout the morning and he had the low putting score of 12 putts for the nine holes.

Nearest the Pins:

4th: Steve Johnston, in the hole.

6th: Bruce Martin.

Ladies 7th: Chris Wratten, in the hole.

Men's 7th: Andrew Gordon.

Accuracy:

Paul Pereira was this week's winner.

Next Week:

Next week's game is a 4BBB Stableford event with registration in the downstairs sports bar area from 7.45am and a shotgun start at 8.30am.

#Tuross #Sports

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