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9/04/2019 District Brooch

Today’s event had a field or 56 players in the 18 hole competition and 8 ladies playing the 9 hole competition. Hopefully, it was the last of the very hot days as the humidity and mosquitos took its toll on lots of players.

It was a Stableford round, district brooch and a Vets round. The winners of the day were –


Division 1

1st Coral Wagenear (19) with 34 points

2nd Merrilyn Rowley (25) with 34 points

3rd Kerrie Johnman (19) with 34 points

Kerrie and Merrilyn

Division 2

1st Merrilyn Newbury (28) with 33 points

2nd Lisa Phillips (30) with 33 points

3rd Beth Bjorkbom (34) with 31 points

Lisa and Beth


1st Alison Lumby (45) with 33 points

2nd Bicky Mier (45) with 28 points

3rd Barbara Gambrill (45) with 26 points

Alison and Bicky
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Nearest the Pins

Division 1 13th hole   Judy Hennessy

Division 2 17th hole  Carmel Henry

Division 3 6th hole  Barbara Gambrill

Ball winners

Judy D, Jenny D, Paula R, Jan E, Yvonne B, Margaret B, Maz G, Judy H, Brigitte W, Kylie D, Donna A, Terri M, Jill M, Kate Mc, Carmel H, Di G, Helen P, Kath P, Laraine D.

Upcoming Events

Ladies Pymble Cup Monday 20th May

Wyong Charity Day Rose Cottage   Thursday 30th May

2019 Ladies Open District Championship Monday 17th June,Cessnock Golf Club 2019 Ladies Open Foursomes Championship Tuesday 18th June, 2019—Cypress Lakes Golf Club

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Ali (Captain), Linda, Donna, Kylie, Paula, Di, and Yvonne and they had a win in their 1st round against Shelley Beach.


Judy, Lesley, Cheryl, Robyn, Brigitte (Captain), Terri, and Kaz and the team had a loss in week 1 and week 2.

Next week pennants teams play-

Wattle Team plays Morisset at Everglades 9am hit off

Banksia Team plays Everglades at Gosford 9am hit off

Good luck ladies !

(taken on the 5th hole men’s tee off)
A white heron that develop fine plumes in the breeding season. These ones could be the Intermediate Egret that is common in wetlands Eastern Australia.

As the storms approached this photo was taken by Maree F on the 15th hole, quite eerie.